- Mar 26, 2014
- 5,293 (3.70/day)
- Washington, USA
|Motherboard||Gigabyte GA-Z97X Gaming 5|
|Cooling||NZXT Kraken X60|
|Memory||G.Skill Ripjaws 4x8GB|
|Video Card(s)||MSI GTX1080 Ti Gaming X|
|Storage||250GB SSD / 3x1TB + 2x2TB HDD|
|Display(s)||3x AOC 2425W + ViewSonic VA2855Smh + 2x Dell E178FP|
|Case||Phantec Enthoo Pro|
|Audio Device(s)||LucidSound LS30|
|Power Supply||Rosewill Fortress 750w|
|Mouse||G.Skill MX780 RGB|
|Keyboard||G.Skill KM780 RGB (Brown switches)|
|Software||Windows 10 Professional|
|Benchmark Scores||Technical term is PEBCAK issue, which stands for Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard|
It's a game about being a bee with more shapes and polygons and less optimization than any game from EA and Ubisoft combined. It has some of the most insane system requirements over any game I have seen and is a VERY resource intensive game.
My first thoughts were at the system requirements but quickly skimped over them. While interesting it wasn't worth getting bothered over.
Gameplay is a bit wonky as there is a delay to controls and has a "smooth delay" to them. Not very responsive but not jagged.
Your main goal is to fly around the grass and flowers as a normal bee would do, and land on one here and there. I found my bee in space somehow.
These are just my thoughts. Anyone else give it a try?
Also it crippled my 1080Ti with a 117% power limit. (1974mhz core clock) and used four threads on my 4790k. Don't bother with the ram because all you need is half a gig.