I really don't see this as a trolling case.
These "reviews are all clearly labeled either Want to See, or Not Interested, its a feature of the site, or was. The amount of not interested commetns aren't surprising with all the Bree has said.
I watched itmeJP. Gassy and Strippin play it on twitch and some of the story was really disappointing, especially the ending. Overall seems a bit slow for me, but if the multiplayer turns out like Warframe's then I'm sure people will have fun.
Punisher is my fave, I imagine after the seasons air that the rest of the marvel shows will get canceled too. Though I'm not a big fan of Daredevel, I will say that Vincent does do an amazing job as Fisk.
The grind, or the farm is the game. Unless your endgame goal is fashion frame/Lunaro/Frame Fighter. And to not burn out you just don't rush the grind, find frames you like and have fun with them while gathering other parts and stuff.
One of trhe worst things is pushing for Mastery Rank for no...
So, the big negative is the new player experience, its tough and you need to have someone to playwith, or just keep the wiki open.
As far as end game, theres fashion frame, theres leader boars for an endless scaling onslaught mode, achieving long survival runs or long defenses, open world boss...
The free to play model is a good model, its just that companies are greedy and ruin it. Warframe and Path of Exile are great examples of how it can work and not be greedy. Never played League of Legends but heard it had a good model as well.
I'm not worried. I love PoE, love the team behind it, and the pay model. Tencent has their hands in a bunch of companies. PoE does well, seemingly better and better financially, so this shouldn't change anything in the near future.
Since I switched the home phone to ooma all I get for spam calls is windows tech support calling about my computer that is infecting my neighborhood and causing a slowdown of the entire internet. I would love it if phone companies could do something about those.
The caps aren't in place in areas that comcast considers to be highly competitive. Thats how its always been worded. They've been doing caps for probably 10 years now. More than enough time to phase it in everywhere.
Oh wow so you pay for distribution either way in CA? Here in CT we pay a "line fee" but its 20 bucks a month so its pretty much nothing. Generate enough power to cover the night use from the grid and the 20 dollar fee is all you end up with.
Will existing motherboards support the 2nd gen Ryzens like the 2600/2600x out of the box or will they require a BIOS update?
If not, how can I tell if a motherboard supports updating without a working CPU? Supposedly these exist now?
I'm weary about the AIO, I could mount it to the top of the case, but unless I want to mess up the airflow of the case I wouldn't be able to have fresh cool air blowing on it. Also not sure how much better an H60 would be over a good air cooler.
I keep going back and fourth on the AIO.
Looking at reviews the 2400G it doesn't seem anywhere near 970 levels of performance.
Never dealt with the AIO coolers, do they come sealed with all the water in them or do I have to add it? Done watercooling in the past but assume air is the more budget friendly.
Oh no, i have a WD Black hdd, planning on the WD ssd as well. Was going to say that one is too pricey, but that would be the Pro, the Evo looks pretty good, 8 bucks more and better performance on paper.
EDIT: For the windows copy listed, I'll be getting one that comes with a USB stick as that...
So its been a very long time since I did a full build.
Planning to reuse my EVGA Supernova 750 G2, 970 GTX, WD Black 512GB hdd, and Sound Blaster Z card
Otherwise looking to get all this:
I don't think I'm missing anything.
Not fully sold on the fans...
My system is 8kw. This covers peak useage during pool season with a litle headroom to help build up a bank of stored kWh. During pool season our monthly average is 900 kWh used, outside of pool season its 430 kWh a month. The majority of power is made in the summer. What isnt used is sent on...