Thanks for the info. This seems like an odd niche I've been asked to fill. For some reason, he wants to put a TV-sized panel on the wall behind his desk for photo editing. I just can't see it being a good experience.
Need some help finding a monitor for my father.
He wants a larger screen for photo editing. 32" or larger, with reasonably good color reproduction. He's a pretty good photographer with decent hardware (Sony A77 II). However, he doesn't want to spend more than around $500-$600.
He IS an...
The camera benefit cannot be understated. The pixel camera is simply the best out there. And several reviews have shown that the CPu in the 3a, while slower lo load apps, doesn't show significant in-app performance issues.
Yea, this isn't particularly egregious to me. If Sony wants to have their own standards for particular geographic regions, that's up to Sony. So long as it isn't content-based (vs artistic differences) or story-line determining, it doesn't bother me.
THanks everyone for this thread. Very useful to me.
One question: is there any indication that performance hits in ray tracing is ram limited or core-count limited. It doesn't seem clear to me.
I'm a 1080p gamer, so the 2060 seems like a good update to my aging 970 FE
1) I refuse to buy previous generation tech. A policy that has served me very well over time.
2) games do get more demanding over time as new visual tech is created. So future proofing from a horsepower perspective.
My 660ti in my HTPC is acting wonky and is on it's way out via obselescence anyway.
Being a lame 1080p gamer, I WAS looKing at the RTX2060 (to replace a GTX 970 in my main rig, to be sent to the HTPC), but the [H] review and craptastic RTing performance gave me some pause.
Then these leaks...
What a conundrum.
I'm a 1080p gamer currently with a GTX 970. My HTPC has a 660ti though, and needs an upgrade. The 970 will go to the HTPC.
I'm stuck. I'm really against buying previous tech, so I really don't want to buy a 1070. But this review makes me think a 2060 might be a bit of a waste...
Upgrading from my GTX 970 to (likely) an RTX 2060. However, I am torn between the standard size cards and the mid size ones. For example:
I have an Intel 7600k on an Asus Strix Z270i GAMING and THIS ram.
The last time I overclocked was my old 2500k, which was pretty much set it and forget it, and a solid OC was attainable with essentially no effort. I have not kept up with the meaning of all the settings in the Z270 chipset bios...
Nice breakdown. Few questions:
1- JayZ saw better performance even with RT on in multiplayer vs sp. Did you see that?
2- do you see RT on as an "essential" part of BF V? I.e., are nonRT Modes significantly worse looking that it's not worth buying of you don't turn it on?
3- did the cards run...
I always wanted a Scythe Ninja, but it was either too expensive, or too big. Glad to see it make a comeback, though the same issues remain.
The thing is, there seems to be a LOT of margin/profit at this price point.
The memory management seems to be very hit or miss. Mine doesn't do it like I've seen (I can have about 5 to six apps loaded and cached), though there are videos showing a max at 3.
The wireless charging limitation is bs though. I'm not sure if it's a big issue, practically, but it's a crappy move.
The best examples are the SHadowrun games. GREAT games, that enjoyed significant post-launch patches and content adds to flesh them out, filling in stuff that couldn't be added for launch. The expansions were full campaigns in their own right.
I have this case:
Ringke [Onyx] Compatible with Pixel 3 XL Case [Extreme Tough] Compatible Rugged Flexible Protection Durable Anti-Slip TPU Heavy Impact Shock Absorbent Case for Google Pixel 3 XL - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HFXZY6P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_UOtYBbJANPN30
I thought it was just my old phone, but after upgrading, the issues persist. And hard to describe.
Say I'm typing along and I insert a typo. Example:
"I love to visir this site."
On other sites, I can tap the misspelled word, and get suggestions. Like this:
However, when I tap the correct...
Posting from my Pixel 3 XL.
Haptic feedback is FAR better than the og Pixel. Night and day.
The notch disappears after about a minute of using it.
It's actually a little thicker than the og Pixel.
The glass back is really nice to the touch, but it went in a case as soon as I...