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Found 8 results

  1. ZacOnCrac

    PC Overkill?

    Hey, if there are any PC people hiding around here I was wondering if this was considered overkill for a desktop PC I want to use for intensive gaming at most. i7 7700k GTX 1080 - AORUS Xtreme 16GB DDR4 3000mhz RAM Gaming M8 Motherboard 750w 80+ Gold PSU This is all to be paired up with a 144hz 1440p 27" G-Sync Monitor. It'll end up around 2.75k AUD though, rip. Soooo can I justify the purchase?
  2. 420SuperSaiyan

    Gaming and Anime 4 life

    I just started playing Far Cry 4, any tips to find weapons, collectibles etc.
  3. bahaa112012

    Advice for gamers

    greetings... this is my first post and i would like to give advice based on my experience in playing video games since 1988, for modern games i would wait for like 3 to 6 months until buying one, that way the game gets little bit cheaper, issues and bugs or glitches get fixed, also i would go for the pc version instead of console version, that way you would get fixes faster, that is for player who have powered-up PC's. and if there's no pc version, only console version, i would go for downloadable games because of faster loading and faster multiplayer experiences. even though i'm new here, i don't mean to brag or anything, i just wanted to see your replies so i can benefit from those who can advice me on better game playing experience.
  4. dn_angel000

    Gaming PC Help...

    I found an AMD Gaming PC on Amazon and was wondering how outdated it is. In the Product description it's equivalent to an Intel i5 with R7 240 Graphics card, so just buy comparison how outdated would this AMD build be?? lol Amazon Link: $499.99 AMD Gaming PC Also was curious if these custom gaming builds would be able to run most if not nearly all relatively new games @ MAX SETTINGS: Intel Build: Intel Boxed Core I7-6700K 4.00GHz LGA1151 CPU ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII HERO LGA1151 Motherboard 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws 4 DDR4 2400MHz PC4-19200 CL14 Intel X99 Quad Channel kit (4x4GB) Black Heatsinks x2 ASUS STRIX Radeon R9 390X Overclocked 8 GB DDR5 OCZ Technology 256GB Vector Series SSD Cooler Master Seidon 120M Water Cooling System Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500W PSU AMD Build: AMD FX 9370 H20 Cooled CPU ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z Motherboard Corsair Vengeance Pro 1600MHz 32GB RAM x2 Sapphire Radeon R9 295X2 8GB OCZ Technology 256GB Vector Series SSD Cooler Master Seidon 120M Water Cooling System Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500W PSU
  5. Emrys

    Tom Clancy's The Division

    Is anyone getting this game on the PS4? I already have it on pre-order, but I might need some people to team with in the dark zone... so I don't get pvped PSN: UniversalX1 WHEN SOCIETY FALLS, WE RISE Tom Clancy’s The Division is an online action-RPG set in an immersive & realistic urban open world. Everything starts on Black Friday, when a devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and society starts to collapse into chaos. You are humanity’s last hope: a member of The Division, a unit of sleeper agents activated to save what remains. BEWARE OF THE DARK ZONE Enter seamlessly a massive multiplayer area accessible behind the walls of a quarantine zone where the most valuable loot was left behind when the military evacuated. It’s also the most dangerous area in the game, where fear, betrayal, and tension are at their maximum. Multiplayer Enabled Area The Dark Zone is a place of fear and betrayal. Here it’s every agent for themselves and you’ll not only have to worry about enemy factions, you’ll also have to contend with other players – Rogue Agents who may not think twice about taking you down. Extractions In the Dark Zone you will find some of the best gear in the game, but this loot was contaminated by the virus. To gain access to it, you will have to extract it via helicopter. As soon as your extraction flare has been shot, you will have to survive 90 seconds during which any other player can attempt to kill you and steal your loot. Rogue agents Killing other agents comes at a cost. If you choose to attack other agents while in the Dark Zone, you will be tagged as a Rogue Agent. Your position will appear on the map of all the Agents in the area, and you will become a target for all of them. Choose your actions wisely if you want to survive. Legendary loot The Dark Zone is the very place where the virus started to spread, and it was the first one to be abandoned. A lot of people, including the military, left very valuable loot behind. Even though it’s a dangerous place, some of the best equipment can be found there. High risk, but high reward.
  6. BluerGost

    1TB Interlan HDD

    I just installed a new 1TB WD Blue HDD in my PC. And it showing 931GB usable of total 1TB. Yes I already know that Windows doesn't detect the total Memory you have & always decreases the memory by a little. But 69GB seriously!!!! that's a little too much,isn't it !!?? So, Can you guys plz confirm it for me. Is the shown memory is as it should be or have mine been reduced a little too much. http://minus.com/i/Y6YYZLi7V9Ua
  7. Steamzy

    PS3, Xbox 360 or PC?

    Personally my favorite is PC, but I used to only like Xbox, then it was PS3. Lately however I've just been playing so much League of Legends, so it has to be PC now, but I still enjoy all three, especially for their exclusives.
  8. We released episode 3 of the Middle of Nowhere Gaming Podcast this morning! It features us going over the major news stories from last week and a 40 minute interview with Steve Gaynor! Steve has worked on projects including BioShock 2, BioShock 2: Minerva's Den, BioShock: Infinite, and Gone Home! Be sure and go give it a listen and spread the word! We would love to have more listeners! http://www.middleofnowheregaming.com Thanks for the support!
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