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  1. 1pm Eastern, 5pm UK. What is it? Console? Streaming service? Dreamcast 2? Another Ouya type waste of time? Lots of rumours, very few facts so far. Are you hyped? Is this going to be 'The Future'? You can watch it here:
  2. I bought my last one through CyberpowerPC, and it was generally okay. I had some recent problems with it (had it over a year, so didn't really panic that much). And yeah, I could probably fix it if I wanted to spend a ton of time trying to diagnose and figure out what it is doing. Basically, it started making sounds like it was calling for Emus to attack, so after all of the Emus attacked, I turned off the computer. I then opened it up, ran it for a bit, and then it started up again about a few hours later (the Emu attack sound). I figure it's either a fan going nuts (although I can't seem to locate it) or my video card's engine just went nuts (and possibly its fan as well). So, rather than try to figure it out, I'm just thinking of treating myself and getting a brand new system. I figure I have about 4k to spend (if needed), so would love to see some ideas from you all. I kind of want to have something I can get soon, rather than later, and I really don't want to have a bunch of parts delivered to me and then having to install them all. Yeah, I know that's cheaper, but I've made too many systems in my time and just don't feel like going through the work again. Up until I get one, I have a pretty awesome Alienware laptop, but while my laptop was kind of nice, and I'd like to move from 2017 to 2018-9 now.
  3. I have been having this issue for quite sometime but I just ignored it. When playing Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One witha wired connection I can't connect to Xbox Live playing 360 games. I'm online via the Xbox One as I can see my friends list and go back to playing Xbox One games online but playing games like Mordern Warfare 2 via Backwards Compatibility I get the check your connection as you are not connected to Xbox live. Funny thing is if I disconnect the wired connection and my Xbox is on wifi it works. I have checked all my settings, IP addresses, DNS and open all my ports but still can't connect using BC. It sucks because in games like MW2 a WiFi connection will give you a disadvantage and also I don't want to disconnect my wired connection Everytime I want to play BC titles. I'm trying to figure this out as I am not the only one having this issue it seems.
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