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  1. Here's the forum's wannabe tech and game expert/reporter. Play a game or two some time.
  2. Yeah, I can get a bit lost and confused as to where to go next. I've completed that area myself but without looking at a guide I wouldn't be able to advise. I've just had to refresh my brain with a video of where to head next after not playing for a week or two. It's a great game. Love playing it in bed on my Series S before I drop off.
  3. Yeah, you can deffo make it work, and work well, with a twiddle. I haven't looked into the other 4XXX, much. 4K is bandwidth and RAM intensive and that's what could hinder the other cards. All the current 4XXX cards are incredibly powerful. I think, as outrageous as the 4090 price is, it's about the pounds to power ratio that currently puts the 4090 as the best proposition.
  4. 4K 60 with all of the trimmings. A lot of the time it's a 4k 120 with all of the trimmings card. Probably be that way for the next 12 to 18 months. Not the case with lower teir cards. They're great but not as fire and forget as the 4090. TBH I'd say its big use point is it's the first 4k 120 RT card. Perhaps the 4080 is the same just for 4k 60. It can handle well beyond 120 of course, that's both frames and Hz. With and without twiddling.
  5. It is a crazy amount of money, but it's the most impressive tech I've ever owned. Sorry 77" C1, Steam Deck, Nutribullet and Major Morgan. The 4090 is incredible. I've been playing all afternoon and every game runs like butter. Not a toggle lowered*. Cyberpunk and The Witcher 3 look superb, Forza Horizon 5 at 4K 120 is a treat. Late now, so time to fire up Dead Space. Confident it'll be a match for any game in the next couple of years too. If you love PC gaming you won't be disappointed. ReBAR
  6. I have both a PS3 and 360 (and a Wii) plumbed up in the bedroom. Both with a ton of games on their respective HDDs. I love them, still, but they're a sub par frame-rate, bloomy and tearing mess. Yeah, there are some technically fantastic games but the vast majority suffer problems mostly gone today. Tearing is everywhere on a lot of games. Don't get me wrong, I'll always keep a way to play the Motorstorm series or Ridge Racer 6/7 but the machines were notorious for poor frame-rates, sub HD pixel counts and tearing.
  7. Yeah, these factory OC cards come with cabling for 600w but I highly doubt the small OC they come with will use anything above 450w. If you then add your own decent OC to it then perhaps, but even then I think it's only the extreme over-clockers who'll really need four.
  8. I have four separate leads myself. I do know that daisy chaining is a no-no for the 4090 but seeing as you have three already and only one being chained I'd imagine you'll be fine, that'll give 450w+. Two daisy chained cables would be a no. You can simply plug three in only, anyway. It'll only attempt to draw over 450w if you give it a big OC. From what I've read only the big dicks who hover around the top of the 3DMark charts will be using anything like the power needed for 600w that four separate cables provides. You'll be fine.
  9. Yeah, 4 cables (600W) into mine too. TBH I normally turn any intrusive launcher shit off straight away but don't really use GOG. Added bonus after disabling it is now not having nonsense achievements etc popping up.
  10. I posted in here that whilst running The Witcher 3 at topper most settings at 4K 120 I was getting crashes. I thought I'd fixed it with an OC to my 4090 (lol). I hadn't. Of course it was nothing to do with needing more power out of the card, but the fact that the GOG overlay is borked with DLSS3. Unticked the overlay and it hasn't crashed once in a dozen hours. My card is staying at stock, don't think there's a game yet that'll need an OC. Doubt anyone will find the above useful but if anyone is playing TW3 with DLSS3 via GOG, turn off the GOG overlay as it's broken.
  11. Yeah, just caught this. Moody, creepy, decently gory with a modern Hammer vibe. It's obviously not new, 2021, but it was new to me. Really enjoyed it. I'd go so far as to say it's bloody excellent.
  12. I've just went for a years Play Pro sub, I'll never finish this in a month or two, I chop and change what I play too much. Always finish a game but rarely by playing it exclusively. Could go game only for £37.99 Origin or £47.99 on Steam, already have a couple of purchased games on Origin so used to the launcher. Anyway, like the look of Wild Hearts, and of course the new Jedi game. Will probably play more than ten hours on the new NFS plus the other tat that's not on basic Play. A year for £89.99, I'll get my worth out of it. Looking forward to this. Rinsed all three of the games back in the day.
  13. Lol. What an innocent time.
  14. amc

    (PS5/PC) Forspoken

    Played the demo. Loading is insane. Game is not for me.
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