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#1 twinpotter


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Posted Oct 19 2016 - 11:09 AM

Reletivaely new Nvidia cards with VR support.

Full spec as been put into laptop/notebooks and not just desktops.

Is this the new way to go for gaming heaven.

There seems to have been a lot of hype, but maybe over marketed by Nvidia on the significant difference between the 9 series and the 10 series.
Is it on your shopping list or are you all ready set up and rolling. Have you any reports on the latter or is it beneficial to go for the 9 series instead, in the hope of getting a cheaper/better deal?







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Edited by twinpotter, Oct 19 2016 - 11:17 AM.

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Posted Oct 20 2016 - 09:17 AM

Sync'g physics to display...seems what its all about.
That and being able to dial-in monitor refresh rates seems most significant and amazing.

Maybe there will come a point when DX7-9 sims will jam on the latest hardware at full on capability, as so little has to be processed compared to modern sims.

Not likely I'll be a buyer for several years at the my pace of upgrades.

Hardware continues to push software to new capabilities.
Now state-of-the-art is well beyond what is required to run Grand Prix Legends at its max rate.

But wow.

Would Grand Prix Legends be way way way way way better with a 1080?

Thanks TP. Very interesting, fun and helpful.

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