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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
User avatar #5 - andyhuber
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how many fps is that?
#63 to #5 - anon id: 47e3694a
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I would say 120 cause that's what my game runs but god damnit mine still doesn't play as smooth as this. I average 98 though so that might be a great difference. He is probably running on low graphics to give it an edge though
User avatar #133 to #63 - LePedobear
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turn vsync on
User avatar #68 to #5 - labree
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read some other comments, its actually sped up so while the game is prolly only running at like 30 or 40 fps its sped up to be constantly running 60, which results in a sped up gif.
#103 to #5 - anon id: 471cd400
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Hmm, I would say about 1. As you can see, this video is shot through the perspective of only one person, so it's just 1 first person shooter. It aint rocket science.
User avatar #109 to #103 - rokkarokkaali
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But he shot a rocket propelled grenade perfectly. That's rocket math, and math is a science.
User avatar #130 to #5 - thismustbeseen
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I seriously want to know. How many FPS are these webm's?
User avatar #125 to #5 - trollwoopnazi
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This only features one FPS, Battlefield 3
User avatar #9 to #5 - Maroon
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all of them
#139 to #9 - anon id: 336b8731
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#19 to #9 - tepelstreeltje
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oh god my sides
User avatar #30 to #19 - gildemoono
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Alright, take it down a notch buddy.
User avatar #46 to #30 - thegamerslife
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or you could take it up.
#37 - samoaspider
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This is why I love the future. In 10 years everybody can afford alienware-tech with average toaster price and the costum built pc's are even better! **** it, even i7 processors will be outdated as **** in 5 years
#43 to #37 - mattmenzo
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Alienware >.>
#66 to #43 - anon id: 97dfa5dd
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I got the same powersupply on my old pc....
I suspect it to suck cock now and then.
How come?..... PC ******* underclock itself. Gayest thing on earth.
#64 to #37 - anon id: 676f6dc7
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By the time that happens we are gonna have augmented reality which is gonna be way more harsh when it comes to cpu usage.
User avatar #104 to #37 - wotterpatch
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You understand what an I7 CPU is...right?

It's a line of CPUs, that gets refreshed continuously. Not just one processor
#126 to #104 - anon id: d8405866
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yes, and that line of cpu's will be forgotten then.
User avatar #149 to #126 - wotterpatch
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It's refreshed all the time though. the term I7 will still be synonymous with intel high end processors until the naming scheme changes
User avatar #147 to #37 - tacticalhog
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I think the only problem is that newer games with better technology will come out, Volumetric water and smoke will be here within 10 years I bet. But with that, all the new technology to run these games will be expensive.
#41 to #37 - angryninja
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try dis you alienware pleb
User avatar #131 to #41 - thismustbeseen
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Does it come with the girl?
User avatar #137 to #41 - thefates
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That's the exact graphics card i'm buying soon. Gonna run Crossfire between two of them.
User avatar #146 to #137 - angryninja
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Need to do that (if you mean CFing 290)
It can run anything maxed out
User avatar #101 to #41 - wotterpatch
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That could be a 660 ti, or a 780 ti. We don't know


If I'm not mistaken there was twin frozr on the 660 ti
User avatar #145 to #101 - angryninja
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It is r9 290 (got that one in my pc)
User avatar #150 to #145 - wotterpatch
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balls, i didn't even think about team red

sorry, you dirty red
#45 to #41 - anon id: 1c72ab67
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oh my god its bigger than her tits!
#42 to #41 - anon id: 84624302
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read comment #39
#38 to #37 - thatguythatlaughs
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>alienware
User avatar #39 to #38 - samoaspider
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couldn't think of anything else retardedly overpriced without pointing to apple products
User avatar #40 to #39 - thatguythatlaughs
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Oh thats how you were using it.
I thought you were saying alienware computers were good and not overpriced.
my bad
User avatar #70 to #39 - namehasntbeentaken
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User avatar #99 to #38 - shadowoflife
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What's so bad about alienware exactly?
#127 to #99 - rohdester
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It's overpriced for the hardware they contain. You'd get much better bang for your buck with just about any other brand, Alienware you are paying for a name and flashy lights and curvy plastics.
User avatar #152 to #99 - thatguythatlaughs
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what rohdester said
User avatar #1 - schnizel
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The new BF3 update looks great.
User avatar #31 to #1 - Nahyon
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The worst thing is that I haven't played both of them in a while and I can't even tell if you are joking or being right ( second one applies to both )
#2 - IrishBrawler
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i dont feel like buying 2 gtx titans just to play the BF4 beta.
User avatar #122 to #2 - sursum
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BF4 Beta

wat

You realise this is 2014, not 2013 right?
User avatar #22 to #2 - bringmesolo
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So buy 3.
User avatar #71 to #22 - badpeace
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3 is free.
User avatar #88 to #71 - richardbatsbak
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He meant titans.
User avatar #3 - chrisel
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How can you run that so smooth, I can't even run a small game on anything much more then 25 fps.
User avatar #53 to #3 - ieatbengay
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im not sure about this game but in a lot of pc fps games you record a demo of game ]which you can watch back and change settings to make it look nicer and use other software to record it

you get a higher fps video by replaying the demo at a slower rate maybe 10% speed so if you get 25fps you can speed it up to 100% after recording giving you 250fps

probably possible to play like this with a really good computer but that's the way most videos are made
User avatar #18 to #3 - killerliquid
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sounds like you got a **** computer
#54 - dinonator
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i have a 900 euro alienware laptop.   
   
its overpriced and not THAT good but it lasts a long time.   
   
and yes i know gaylienware is ****
i have a 900 euro alienware laptop.

its overpriced and not THAT good but it lasts a long time.

and yes i know gaylienware is ****
#84 to #54 - anon id: 735063f6
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typical
User avatar #57 to #54 - undeadmaus
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>Gaming
>Laptop

pick one
User avatar #144 to #57 - neokun
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There's nothing wrong with a good gaming laptop, its useful if you like to play games with your friends by bringing your laptop over to their house.
User avatar #154 to #144 - dinonator
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i know but everyone here doesnt have friends so they wouldnt know
User avatar #123 to #57 - sursum
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Oh for ***** sake, I had an laptop once upon a time and it ran new releases perfectly fine, **** off with your elitist ********.
User avatar #156 to #57 - dinonator
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im sorry i have friends
User avatar #157 to #156 - undeadmaus
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How many times do you intend to comment your stupid excuse ?
User avatar #158 to #157 - dinonator
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how is it an excuse, its just true theres nothing wrong about my statement.
User avatar #159 to #158 - undeadmaus
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Well, no. Not really. I do have friends you see. I'm not gonna try to argue with you cause you're a dumb faggot. Enjoy spending 1.5k to medium everything.
#160 to #159 - dinonator
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well i rather medium with friends instead of playing alone with higher graphics, and if you dont think so you probably dont have friends. graphics dont matter that much anyway, see. your the retarded fueggut here.

also i payed 1000 dollars for medium/high
User avatar #155 to #57 - dinonator
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i can medium everything. i can also go game with friends but i dont think you have any
#65 to #57 - anon id: 8108abfd
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the gtx 880m is top in top 20 graphics card.
it can prettymuch max all games up to the ones being released now
User avatar #76 to #65 - undeadmaus
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I haven't checked but I'm gonna go on a whim now and say that any laptop with that card probably costs more than 1.5k euros. You can get a desktop with that money that beats any gaming laptop. Also the heat, pretty much all gaming laptops have problems with ventilation. It can run any game sure but for how long?
User avatar #90 to #76 - richardbatsbak
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They are made to not overheat. You obviously haven't read that much about them.

Also, can you fit a gaming desktop in your backpack? No, you can't. That's what gaming laptops are for. Some people can't use desktops becase they're on the move on the lot but they still need performance. They pay the 1.5x to 2x price premium for mobility. Smaller maachines are more expensive.
User avatar #93 to #90 - undeadmaus
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Of course they are made not to overheat but they eventually do, and when I say eventually I mean in a few months time. And personally I don't think that mobility is that important. I mean where else can you play games comfortably other than your home? But whatever, surely everyone has their reasons. However most of the people getting laptops are not doing it for the mobility, they just don't want to get involved with learning about computers.
User avatar #96 to #93 - richardbatsbak
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As a frequenter of a notebook forum I can assure you that 90% of overheating issues are because of dust, which can be solved with compressed air. 5% of heat issues are due to a bad pastejob which can be fixed with a simple repaste.
The last 5% or less is of badly designed laptops. Some MSI and dell ones in particular.

I can only use laptops because I have to travel back and forth between where I study and where I live every week and I can't afford two desktops.
User avatar #105 to #96 - undeadmaus
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Exactly, multiple pcs is the key word here. We're talking about gaming laptops here. A gaming laptop costs typically between 1.5k-2k euros and sometimes even more (prices may vary obviously, I'm using Alienware,Razer, Origin etc as examples) You can get two gaming desktops with that kind of money. They might not be able to max out anything you throw at them but I don't know if the laptops can do that either.
User avatar #110 to #105 - richardbatsbak
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You forget the monitors, keyboards and mice. A 1.5k gaming laptop could outperform 2 $750 desktops (which have to include 1080p monitors for a fair comparison, mice and keyboard) if you pick right. (Clevo with 8970m or 880m).

That, and you'd have a laptop which you can take to class/work/...
User avatar #113 to #110 - richardbatsbak
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Which when overclock to 660Ti levels. Good luck getting two full 660Ti systms for 1.5k
User avatar #112 to #110 - undeadmaus
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Whatever floats your boat I guess. Personally, I prefer the gaming desktop and cheap laptop route.
User avatar #114 to #112 - richardbatsbak
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Me too, I really would go that way if I'd have the option.
User avatar #62 to #57 - xxkelevraxx
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I pointed this out before and caused a *********. ppl be tripping when you say a laptop, no matter how much new tech is in it will always be crap for gaming
User avatar #91 to #62 - richardbatsbak
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No. There are machines out there with 2x 880m's overclocked as ****, able to compete with the gtx titan. Yes they're big for a laptop and extremely expensive compared to their desktop counterparts. But they kick ass in gaming performance and they fit in your backpack, which some users can't live without.

Saying ALL laptops are crap for gaming is ignorant and stupid.
Saying laptops will never reach the performance and performance to price ratio of desktop is however very true.
User avatar #151 to #91 - xxkelevraxx
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I'm going to say this. with laptops getting smaller and smaller the only way to achieve their miniscule size is to solder the main components to the mobo. This makes things like the power supply, CPU, Main board (mobo), sound card and in some cases the gfx card non-serviceable. meaning you can only upgrade the ram and HDD/SSD AT MOST. This is why I say they suck.

Even the ones that can compete are so large and bulky as well as produce so much heat (which degrades the components even more in performance as well as lifespan) that it's not practical over having a desktop to begin with. Besides, there's things like micro ATX that make desktops as small and compact as a large gaming laptop without losing servicability and remain upgradable as well as keep an air of portability.

I'm not saying laptops aren't keeping up with desktops, I'm saying those that can are impractical and more or less a gimic. More expensive, lifespan of the tech is minimal due to the components can't be serviced/replaced/upgraded to keep up with ever-advancing technology coming out every day.

On a further note. the laptop needs 2x880m OC'd to the gills to keep up with a single gtx titan? see heat and chip degradation. not saying OCing is bad, just there's a safe and sustainable limit as far as voltage and heat output and exchanging that I can't see a laptop being able to safely and efficiently exchange the heat those cards would make for a sustained amount of time.

TL;DR: Laptops are impractical for gaming no matter how you slice it. non-upgradable, easily overheated and insanely expensive to achieve what a moderately priced desktop can and then some.
User avatar #153 to #151 - richardbatsbak
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Unless you travel a lot and need something that you can travel with, game on, and take to work/class all in one package. For people who don't need mobility laptops don't make sense, for people who do, they do.
#60 to #57 - anon id: 67c0f513
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you dirty little girl, I can't run any modern ****, but I happily play oddworld, fallout, kotor1&2, thief, and bitch, i have fun.
User avatar #61 to #60 - undeadmaus
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Most computers can run old games. That is why when someone buys a ''gaming'' system, we assume it is for modern games. The difference between a normal pc and a gaming pc is that the gaming pc has supposedly the edge it needs to run most games whereas a normal pc can't.
User avatar #67 to #61 - labree
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i wouldnt say most computers, ive yet to meet someone with a computer that costed less then a thousand dollars that can run anything more then minecraft.
User avatar #87 to #67 - Darianvincent
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700$ is the minimum amount to build a computer that will outperform the "next gen" consoles in every way. Shop around and you could probably lower the price even more.
User avatar #89 to #87 - labree
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yea. minimum, but you can always pay some extra and get some really cool ****.
User avatar #74 to #67 - undeadmaus
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Nah, old games are pretty easy for normal pcs to handle. Try it out yourself if you don't believe me. Try playing a PS2 era game on a plain pc.
#58 to #57 - zvon
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You can have both thanks to steam's in-home streaming
User avatar #59 to #58 - undeadmaus
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Why stream to a laptop if you have a tv?
User avatar #77 to #59 - labree
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laptops are mobile?you cant stream directly to a tv? the laptop could be hooked up to a tv?you dont have an nvidia shield?
User avatar #78 to #77 - undeadmaus
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If your tv runs on an os, it must be pretty easy to stream to it.
User avatar #79 to #78 - labree
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not really...the only good methods for tv steaming that dont result in input lag involve laptops and other streaming devices. and as i said, laptops are mobile, so you can have a cheap laptop and a fantastic computer, and just play games in your bed or something.
User avatar #83 to #79 - brokentrucker
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Wait wait wait. ******* wait.

So, what you're telling me. Is if I'm streaming from desktop to laptop on steam, that it's going to be my desktop running the game, but my laptop showing the picture and handling input?
#85 to #83 - labree
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see that chart on #58?thats the general idea of it, the input goes to your wireless keyboard and mouse or controller, and the game is played on the pc, and the only thing sent to the laptop or tv is the graphics.
User avatar #86 to #85 - brokentrucker
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Sexy.
#94 - halofiratwin
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oh god dat framerate
#69 - rollmania
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**rollmania rolled image** pilot's fw
User avatar #21 - fuperbooper
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It's funny because it's sped up
User avatar #33 to #21 - thundagawd
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Don't know why you're getting thumbed down, you're right. Even at 60+ FPS, a game of BF3/4 never moves this fast, Chances are the original video runs at <60 FPS, but it was modified to output 60 frames of animation per second anyways, resulting in s sped up video. Kind of how Netherealms's version of the Unreal Engine 3 used in Mortal Kombat 9 and injustice: Gods Among Us always outputs 60 frames of animation per second at all times, meaning that if you play on a ****** computer, rather than getting a ****** framerate, the games still get 60 FPS, but run in slow motion.
#32 - Nahyon
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I will never get the opportunity to write "inb4 dat fps" at all these 5600 FPS WEBMs but that's impossible