I managed to snag a 3080 just now, even though I did not really need it. But will go ahead and keep it.
No idea what the fall refreshes are going to cost with inflation and availability, so this will do for now, and I can sell later if I wat to.
Pachter is a literal idiot, who gets things so much more often wrong than right. It is obvious he understands the industry, but he does not "know" it. And he has no actual sources of information among the Big 3 console makers.
I cannot fathom why he is still able to earn an income.
Cost of Living is one of their criteria, but not one of the major ones.
They want to be near a place that has a large education environment to draw new hires from, a good mass transit system, close to major internal air hubs, liberal. Cost of living is a second tier consideration.
Has Kyle/Hard indicated whether they have a 2080 in hand? I know they declined to sign the NDA, and will wait until they have formal release hardware and drivers for their review, but have they indicated if they have one in hand to play with until then?
I do not expect them to publish anything...
Yep. Positive. For all states where there is a Costco, they charge sales tax on the original value of products, before discounts are applied. A few states have exceptions per local tax laws (e.g., CA).
Actually case law in Washington state has a high success rate for favoring the company when a non-compete exists.
Several factors come into play, including reasonableness, but prior court cases DO favor the company at least in WA state.
Or maybe, MS year end is June 30. Yesterday was the first day of the final quarter of its fiscal year.
Trimming groups to reduce costs in preparation for the next fiscal year.
Plus these people were "business/marketing" people, not development/creative making games.
No story here.
Sorry, I call b.s.
Don't want to do sequelitis:
Let's see since last HL....
And not talkin guntil they have something to offer???? Let's see, they have been talking the new CS and Dota for over a year each...