lundell318

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  1. "Why so many snipers?" Ehm did I miss something but I only saw 1...
  2. Probably poor internet and a strict router. With a person behind the PC without knowledge about ports etc And ofc a tad of devs "not doing their jobs"
  3. CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600 (stock for now) CPU Cooler: Phantek ph-tc14pe Motherboard: ASUS Prime B350M-A Memory: Corsair 32GB (2x16) running at 2600MHz (For now, waiting for more stable BIOS) SSD #1 (OS): Samsung 840 EVO 120GB SSD #2 (Games): Samsung 750 EVO 500GB Storage #1: Samsung Spinpoint F3 750GB Storage #2: Random 1TB HDD 7200RPM Video Card: Sapphire R9 290 Vapor-X Edition (GPU Clock - 1100MHz, Mem Clock - 1500MHz) Case: Corsair Graphite 230T Power Supply: Corsair CX 850M 850W (Got it for cheap, see how long it will last) Monitor: AOC 24" Couldn't find many people in here using AMD for CPU not even the Ryzen
  4. Why satisfy with DX11, Vulkan is the way to go As @Articulo said "It's basically DX12 but without the exclusivity clause (meaning you can use DX11 alongside other APIs, including Vulkan if you wish), it's optimized for 4-core CPUs (overwhelmingly the most popular CPU form factor) and most importantly it gets a lot more frames-per-second than Vulkan." 4 cores are low count with todays standard, fine you can go with DX11 but I would like to see Vulkan as an option aswell. You know for those PC's where it actually helps. DX12 is a dead race imo, it just shines with the old mindset "lets keep it to ourself" Vulkan opens up for gaming on more than one OS.