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  1. The gf’s a secret republican, bro. Only explanation. Sorry. #plandemic
  2. You may need an adapter for your PC or it may not work with your TV for whatever reason. Try it with your current one just to see if it’ll sync.
  3. COVID likely caused manufacturing issues. Might as well get the DS4, but make sure you can sync it to your TV or PC before buying.
  4. I said signal, meaning the wireless one you mentioned buying. Bad news, looks like there’s a controller shortage or something, I just checked Amazon and eBay. WTF. HOWEVER; https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0777FDCX7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_O5CYEbSY10PA2
  5. The 360 controller won’t sync to the TV, BUT, as long as the signal reaches it can just be plugged into the PC and will control the game. You don’t like the Xbone controller? It’s better than the 360 IMO.
  6. I guess you should use the $15 towards a new controller?
  7. I don’t believe you can use a wired controller. However, I think you can connect a DS4 to the TV.
  8. What TV do you have? The app will tell you how to sync it. After that, as long as your PC is on you can remote play all your steam games.
  9. It’s local so internet speeds won’t matter, it has to do with the router’s bandwidth. If you have a decent 5ghz router you should be fine. Some TVs have the app available, if not, an AppleTV, Chromecast, Roku, any Android device, etc has the app available.
  10. As long as you have a good router there’s basically none. I stream 4k HDR @ 60fps from my PC to my OLED and I don’t notice any lag even in fighting games.
  11. Unless you really want to see it in HDR, don’t. Just use a Steam Link app to stream it to your TV if that’s the issue. I can’t imagine playing TW3 without mods tbh.
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