Picked up DragonBall Xenoverse 2 for the Switch so I will be on that a bit. Also Mario Odyssey.
Kind of on a switch kick. If that don't do it, then maybe some Outer worlds on PC and of course some trash rounds on Overwatch for dessert.
I have found some sick stuff at GW. A few great speaker sets, turntable, pc and networking stuff. Hit or miss but you go all the time and nab the good stuff. GRATS!
B&W makes some really great stuff.
Nah, I get the vox populi, I can clearly see that the industry isnt going to keep supporting SLI so I am not going to go that route.
My initial impulse for even asking was an article I read that said that SLI might work better on multicore boxes, but if the developers are not going to code for...
So I have used these a lot now and for the most part am happy about the purchase.
I have uncovered a downside to these that I am pretty unhappy about.
The sound volume. Cranked up in a quiet room they seem loud enough. But say, you are mowing the lawn...NOPE can't hear shit...
I had this before I upgraded to the ASUS PG348Q
I agree with the OP 100% the LG 29" version of this and it was excellent. The colors and image quality was great. 25" seems a bit small but I know what he is saying. For the money it is an excellent budget display.
It is kind of a hidden gem. You wouldn't think a $69 router would be this good. Been running for a couple weeks and it is awesome. I will be out walking the dog and realize that I am still connected to wifi. Crazy.
So really, and thanks for all the erudite responses, it is hit or miss but still, in a lot of games two 1070Tis can bring a decent performance boost.
Let's say I got an extra 1070ti for free? Is it worth it then?
I just upgraded to a 3700x and I have a 1070TI. Runs great. But now I am seeing the price of used 1070TI cards getting low enough to where I am wondering if going SLI is a good option.
I have read reviews and I know that some games benefit, some don't. However, with the Multi-core power...