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  1. I do find it odd that Tabletop Games is a separate board but PC Gaming is a sub-board. Shouldn't they both be sub-boards?
  2. "The media is the enemy of the people." -Adolf Hitler Donald Trump
  3. Holy shit. What's amazing is they put work into making the AI function decently, one typo destroyed that work from being in the final game, and no one ever caught it.
  4. I would say that's a very plausible estimate, especially given PC Perspective's reputation.
  5. G-Sync HDR If you're still having trouble reading that I'll make you an 8k JPEG out of it.
  6. They are way more than $200 extra. The G-Sync HDR module itself accounts for $500 of the cost of an equipped monitor. Both Intel's discreet graphics cards and AMD's Navi 20 aren't expected until between 2020 and 2021, so it's really the same difference. But I don't think WHEN competition arrives is really relevant to the discussion anyway.
  7. There already are some. G-Sync HDR monitors are atrociously expensive, though.
  8. That's why Intel's involvement is so important. Intel may actually turn out to be the last hope for a true competitor against NVIDIA, and I'm dearly hoping they can dish out some humble pie for all the anti-competitive bullshit they've been doing.
  9. While Intel had voiced support for Freesync a few years ago, this latest affirmation is bigger news as it pertains to their discreet GPU business slated to launch in the next 2 to 3 years. This is likely to have a further impact in the market, already favoring Freesync in terms of market share and product offerings, as Intel stands a very good chance of producing very competitive graphics cards with the talent they've hired and the amount of attention they're giving it. The video also mentions Intel's support for Vulkan, which I don't feel will have nearly as much impact given Microsoft's entrenchment there, but it's good that Intel is showing openess to... open standards, rather than trying to reinvent technologies with proprietary substitutes.
  10. Yeah it's truly competitive, and while obviously not the best for gaming, will be substantially better in things outside of gaming.