- Sep 7, 2017
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|Motherboard||MSI X299 Raider|
|Memory||Corsair LPX 3600 32GB (4x8GB)|
|Video Card(s)||Powercolor Vega 64|
|Storage||Intel 900p 280GB, 660p 2TB, Seagate Barracuda Pro 10TB|
|Display(s)||Viewsonic VX2457, Samsung NU8000 TV|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX750|
|Software||Win 10 Pro|
I'd rather not think about any of it. I'm getting too old for this. Heh..Is it really worth the fuss?
I don't know how you guys game. I'd imagine most people use their PCs for other things and jump into games for longer sessions when they have time.
I'd also imagine that "more than just a light gamer" also cares for having pretty clean environment for best gaming performance, i.e. he kills everything expendable and doesn't really care what OS is running underneath.
So what exactly is wrong with dual-boot? With a fast SSD and clean OS instances, switching will take a minute.
I was a Linux user for a long time - jumping to Windows just for games. It didn't paralyze my life and back then rebooting took 5 minutes, maybe more.
To be honest, gaming kind of makes a mess on a PC anyway. I mean drivers, Steam, GOG and all this crapware. I'm currently playing 2 games on the PC (very occasionally), but I have 5 gaming platforms installed (Steam, Blizzard, GOG, Uplay and Origin)...
But I kind of wish everyone had good options. It should be similar as iOS is compared to Android. They're practically the same, app-store wise. edit: Or XBox vs PS4, for that matter.