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Do you have any idea about political theory or have you just been .... brainwashed.Dvora said:
You realise this is a worldwide forum?Gorwe said:EXACTLY! AMEN TO THAT! Glad to see some sense around here!Tsiya said:So, this guy has free speech because I agree with him, and that other dude over there has free speech because I agree with him, but because that guy on the other side of the road doesn't agree with us he has to STFU and go home. I deplore the KKK and white supremacists, but you can't deny them their rights because you don't agree. The Constitution either works for all Americans or none.
"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
Vrika said:It's much more expensive to buy a cheap CPU and upgrade it + motherboard in a couple of years, than it's to get a cheap GPU and switch it to another in a couple of years. Also switching the GPU takes less time and it's a lot easier to do.gervaise1 said:Its the price performance ratio at a system level rather than the cpu level. Since the gpu - in most games today - is the bottleneck long before the cpu is the price performance ratio of:
e.g. an i5-7600K (say) + a higher end gpu
will probably be higher than
e.g. a Ryzen / i7 / i9 + a lower end gpu however
If you limit it cpus then absolutely what you say.
Sales figures suggest that "we" are upgrading our cpus less and less however so "we" are thinking system and overall performance not cpu only. Which leads to return on investment questions etc.
Also you can change graphic settings to get a game to work on a GPU that's a bit slow, but if your CPU is a bit slow there's not much you can do with settings you must upgrade.
@Jean-Luc_PicardJean-Luc_Picard said:Hi, I'm thinking about giving ESO a new try, back then at release I was disgusted by some commercial practices for this game.So here are a few questions that I hope will get honest answers:1) Can you now play an Imperial without buying something special? Are there still races/classes locked behind a purchase, and even worse, one you can't get anymore today?2) Do you still need to inject money into the cash shop if you choose to pay a subscription (aka "ESO PLUS") or does the subscription provide everything you need as it should be?3) Would you recommend the Morrowind "Digital Collector" or is the normal version more worth it ? Money isn't a problem, but I want to know if the bonuses are worth the price difference.Subsidiary question, as a heavy armor wearing melee player, (think "Death Knight" in WoW, or "Warrior" in Guild Wars 2), what would I be more happy with, Dragon Knight or Templar? I'm more Warrior than Paladin usually.Thanks!