It seems there's been trend for a couple generations now where the price/performance of a new card matches the price performance of the outgoing gen's cards.
So, not only are "tiers" getting more expensive, but so are the $/frame.
In short, today's $400 video card isn't blowing the doors off a...
what browser? have you tried another?
bring up a command prompt and "telnet IPADDR 80" (install telnet client if necessary). Does that connect to your end device? Replace port 80 with 443 if device is https enabled
I've considered this too. I was going to make the swap, but was hesitant for a number of reasons.
I've decided that when I complete my playthrough of Psychonauts 2 I'm going to sell my 5700xt outright.
From there, my daughter will get a handmedown 1600X to upgrade her 2500K w/ RX480.
Gamer ethics aside, what does everyone think of flipping a 5700XT to a miner and picking up a 6700XT that's somewhat faster in gaming?
I've read some rumblings about people doing this.
Unless I can come out ahead or do it for a net-zero expense, I'm probably not interested in the hassle.
Go ahead and use mental gymnastics to eliminate the myriad of thought paradoxes all you want...
Discover me a real means of transporting my current self to a previous state in the universe and you have my attention.
2.5gb makes a lot of sense for average users, where 10gb doesn't. Lots of users have Cat5e jumpers lying around and Cat5e structured cabling.
From a service provider standpoint, delivering internet connections above 1gb obviously require handoffs faster than gig. For that reason I welcome, at...
port 1 configured as 126.96.36.199/30 on your router (comcast's side is 188.8.131.52/30)
port 2 configured as 184.108.40.206/28 on your router
set a static default route on your router to 220.127.116.11/30 (comcast's side of the connection)
a device connected to port two would use address (for example)...
Initially, the greater GPU horsepower of the XSX will be realized before the storage bandwidth of the PS5. After a couple years it'll be interesting to see if there's a killer app that shows off the storage benefits of the PS5