As of right now it is still available on Steam. Supposedly, if you buy before the change over(later today) you will still be able to access through Steam.
As a side note a company called Tencent Holdings Limited owns 48% of Epic games. It is a Chinese company and is the largest gaming company...
Bugged for me. Driver would not install. Could not delete. Every time right or left clicked froze system for a few seconds. Lucky for me I mirror image weekly. M2 3.4 comes in handy at times like this.
Really wanted to see if Freesync would work on my 34" Ultrawide 2k LG 144hz freesync monitor...
Was thinking about waiting for the 9900k. After looking at the rising costs of 8th gen, I wonder what crazy price the 9900k will be. I think I will give the 2700x a try. Today would be a good day to pull the trigger on it. $310. after promo code ending midnight.
Not seeing any increase in prices at the Egg. Actually the 8600k,8700k and the 8086k, are on sale. But ya I agree they are hurting themselves with lack of 7nm ability, and probable overpricing of the upcoming i9 release.
I understand that this m2 3.0x4 drive is slower then many. I decided to test the speed vs my crucial m2 ssd. Here are results. The one on the left is the m2 3.0x4 and the Crucial on the right.
They both cost 99 dollars. Write time is a tad slower then advertised. However read time is almost...
Yup looks like a great deal. Already at the egg. Trying to find out if single or double sided. Went to Intel and it does not show the back. Same at the egg. If single probably a good idea to slap a heatsink on it. The 600 is single sided, so the 660p most likely is the same I am guessing...
So.....what country is the i9 9900k finished at? Malaysia? Obviously you know why I am asking this.
I think I may have just answered my own question. Dalian, Liaoning, China. Or it could be Ireland hopefully.
Wait do we have electronic tariffs on Ireland?
It sure would be nice if someone could come up with a comprehensive review on this. Currently at the Egg for an extreme crazy low price. 25 reviews all 5 stars. Seems to need a heat spreader though. Even so, read and write speed supposedly rival the best out there. Come on TPU review this item...
Who was it that first said the 8 cores would most likely be compatible with the 370 chipset? And who was it that got argued with about it? And who was right? ME. just saying.
If your going to quote me, put the entire quote in. The rest goes as follows "yet Intel chose to not make 8th gen cpu compatible with either the z170 or z270 chipset." I should have added, even though it also uses an 1151 socket.
Of course you may not know this with that antique you play on.