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That's better interpreted as saying that some fraction of Americans doesn't know and/or doesn't care how gravity works on that scale rather than insisting on something that is untrue. And in their defense, most people don't have any particular reason to know or care about that.Iselin said:This might explain it:nariusseldon said:Yes. How do you feel when 20+% of those who voted say "yes", and even the gamelist of this site classifies Destiny 1 & 2 as "MMOFPS"?AntiheroD said:
By "the point", I think he means periods, which is why he uses so many of them.DMKano said:LOL - your first sentence "As always, I'll be blunt and to the point."
Do you know what those words mean?
A sledgehammer to your existing rig is a good reason to build a new one.Torval said:Five years ago this couple with a threadripper CPU would have been the pinnacle. But now I remote in to where I'm working - my work desktop, a client's server, AWS, and such. I don't need that compute power. It's still a cool build idea though.Ridelynn said:Compute Performance:
Interesting read, as Quiz had guessedAll in all, this is extremely impressive. If you’re a workstation user wanting a GPU that will give you good performance in both workstation and gaming workloads, the RX Vega 64 is, surprisingly enough, a pretty attractive choice…
This could be great in a design and development environment where you can render and play test the game on the same rig.
I seriously wanted AMD to give me a reason to build a gaming rig, but they haven't really. None of it's bad in my opinion, just not exciting for me personally.