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    Wow CODEX just released the first crack of a Denuvo game in six months with Team Sonic Racing. Get in here DJR210, bout to be good times on the high seas again maybe.

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    Might have to go with Ryzen next build, tbh... just added a 7TB SSD and new power brick to this box, so I'm ok for a while, but if we keep doing Unreal stuff, those Threadrippers are ridiculous.
    wow, i didnt know even normal disks were going to 7tb, much less SSDs!

    i finally picked up my first ssd for my pc, had been managing along with 2tb for about 9 years, but with the lockdown and my kids getting older it finally got unmanageable yeah, it was probably worth it to have upgraded sooner, but better late than never

    im going to try taking one of my (media) drives and connect it through USB to the router, anybody have any experience with that?

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    wow, i didnt know even normal disks were going to 7tb, much less SSDs!

    i finally picked up my first ssd for my pc, had been managing along with 2tb for about 9 years, but with the lockdown and my kids getting older it finally got unmanageable yeah, it was probably worth it to have upgraded sooner, but better late than never

    im going to try taking one of my (media) drives and connect it through USB to the router, anybody have any experience with that?
    https://www.amazon.com/Micron-MTFDDA.../dp/B07JQ2F2WG

    It's a bit pricey, and not nvme, so I only recommend if you need the capacity right now, I'm sure there will be bigger sized nvme drives in the future.

    Never actually tried hooking a drive/printer to the router to use as a share, but I wouldn't expect it to be problematic if you use exFAT or FAT32...

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    Persona 4 Golden looks like it's coming to PC.



    Cry Havoc man, I know you were excited about Persona 5 to Switch back when that rumor seemed pretty strong, but P4G is another first rate JRPG. Should be great seeing it at 720p or better too.

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    Just picked up the Corsair Ironclaw Wireless.. Such a good mouse

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    fck amd ryzen zen 3 apus faster then ryzen 5 3600 cpus and has integrated vega gpu...

    htf is intel going to respond to amd gen 3 cpus? fkn rushed out gen 11 when gen10 is only a few weeks old?

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    18 minutes into the PC Gaming Show and it has been nothing but indie crap

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    Persona 4 Golden officially released on Steam, for $20. Get in here Cry Havoc this game is ing great.

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/1...sona_4_Golden/

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    God, the PC Gaming Show is 99% indie crap.

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    God, the PC Gaming Show is 99% indie crap.
    Thought I was watching a show from 2001 or something.

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    Thought I was watching a show from 2001 or something.
    I got excited when I saw Sega and Atlus. The Atlus announcement for P4G was great, but man didn't see from Sega other than that (since Sega owns Atlus now). I was really hoping to see Judgment and/or Yakuza 4-6 announced for PC. Probably will just buy Judgment on PS4 now since it's on sale for $24 currently and it not being announced for PC yet means I won't see it for two years at best most likely if it does come to PC.

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    Horizon Zero Dawn coming August 7th. The recommended specs are pretty reasonable too:

    Processor: Intel Core [email protected] or Ryzen 5 [email protected]
    Memory: 16 GB RAM
    Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB) or AMD Radeon RX 580 (8GB)
    DirectX: Version 12
    Storage: 100 GB available space

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    cyberpunk looks like gta5 in a futuristic era right? looks good...

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    AMD Ryzen 3, 256gb ssd, 8gb ram. Would this be decent for everyday web browsing? YouTube? Netflix? Some school work for my nephew? It's an HP prebuilt.

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    AMD Ryzen 3, 256gb ssd, 8gb ram. Would this be decent for everyday web browsing? YouTube? Netflix? Some school work for my nephew? It's an HP prebuilt.
    That should do fine browsing pornhub and posting on reddit.

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    That should do fine browsing pornhub and posting on reddit.
    You know me all too well.

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    You know me all too well.
    Which Ryzen 3 is it btw?

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    Which Ryzen 3 is it btw?
    Ryzen 3rd gen? Says 3200G?

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    Ryzen 3rd gen? Says 3200G?
    I can't remember... were you interested in emulation before? Because a 3200G is a really nice cpu/gpu for emulating games. You should be able to run Gamecube, Wii, PSP, Dreamcast, Saturn, N64, PS1 really well and even some PS2 (problem with PS2 is mainly the emulator though, not that a 3200G isn't powerful enough). Also I know this video here is for 2200G, but 3200G is a better version of the 2200G.



    You can do AAA gaming on it too if you don't mind targeting 30 fps most of the time and sometimes dropping to 720p



    Though if you want to do AAA gaming I would recommend upgrading the RAM to 16GB since on an integrated gpu like is on the 3200G it has to use your RAM for video memory. All in all though 3200G is actually a pretty awesome low budget gaming chip.

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    the Cemu Wii U emulator is good enough you can even play Wii U games at 720p on the 3200G it looks like:



    Cemu is a little bit of a pain to setup but if you want to play Breath of Wild for free it's doable on that system too. I know you weren't asking about gaming but still, it's doable on that processor and its integrated gpu.

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    Might even get the Switch emulators running well on that someday.

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    That's awesome. Thanks for the great info. Yeah, I'm definitely going to try and give emulation a go. I'm more into "retro" gaming so it'd be mostly snes/gamecube/ps1 emulation. I'd like to try ps2 but I've read it's a bit sketchy due to how the PS2 was designed or some like that?

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    That's awesome. Thanks for the great info. Yeah, I'm definitely going to try and give emulation a go. I'm more into "retro" gaming so it'd be mostly snes/gamecube/ps1 emulation. I'd like to try ps2 but I've read it's a bit sketchy due to how the PS2 was designed or some like that?
    The PS2 emulator, RPCS2, is kind of like you start it up and see your PS2 game rendered at 1080p and think holy this looks incredible. So much better than a real PS2. But then you play for 15 minutes and notice the textures flickering, the sound slowing down, the minimap isn't rendered properly, the textboxes look a little off, all kinds of little that really pull you out of the game. It's pretty great for the games it works properly for but most games have little annoying bugs and require a lot of tweaking. Pretty much the opposite of the Dolphin emulator for Gamecube/Wii, which is the gold standard and is just pick the game, play it, and 's perfect. The ePSXe emulator is awesome for PS1. You can put all kinds of filters on the graphics to completely change the art styles of the games for example. I remember one that would make any PS1 game look kind of like a watercolor painting and there was another filter that would make the graphics look like pen sketches.

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    Damn. Fukin PS2.

    I mostly play Zelda games though so the Dolphin emulator sounds good.

    So if I wanted to play games like AC Odyssey/Red Dead 2 I'd have to upgrade the ram? I know those are some pretty massive games though so it might be asking too much of this desktop lol

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    Damn. Fukin PS2.

    I mostly play Zelda games though so the Dolphin emulator sounds good.

    So if I wanted to play games like AC Odyssey/Red Dead 2 I'd have to upgrade the ram? I know those are some pretty massive games though so it might be asking too much of this desktop lol
    Here is an idea what to expect. I'll just link the video since the description gives timestamps for individual games.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2j1SXY-di-o

    I don't know what he means by setting RDR2 to use 64 MB of VRAM though. No idea how he did that but seems like the game was pretty unplayable by using 2GB VRAM settings (leaving only 6GB for the game). I'd definitely add a second 8GB stick of RAM if you plan on doing any kind of AAA gaming though, because if you have browser windows open and especially tabs with say youtube videos, that will eat heavily into your RAM and usually 2GB or so of your RAM will be set aside for the gpu when doing modern AAA gaming.

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