Looks good, understood perfectly what you want to do!
I don't stink much!
currently playing - Skyrim (modded)
I’m so glad there are people that like the same games I like.
No longer vanilla… went with some minor mods in Oxide. Modified the stack heights for resources, turned off decay for buildings (other than the first stage twigs) and added a few more things into the loot drops piles for more variety.
Always looking to improve game play. Now if there were just people there.
AES and You is what it is currently called.
Well there may be a few of us incoming soon
Yeah, I’ll jump in there and give it a whirl
@Sgt_T8ie yeah, skylake is the the current gen. Apparently it was on that one too.
I was just looking at this bundle. Not really wanting Homeworld, but the others for the average price all seem like a great deal. I might go for this one!
On Humble, do you have to have your steam account linked? It tried to make me do that to get Dirt. I didn’t link it, because I’ve always been very protective of my steam account. Is linking it a requirement to get this bundle?
@Sgt_T8ie According to what I read, whatever issue it is, it also exists for the current generation too. I’d think if it was that big of an issue though, they’d fix it. I’d hope anyway…
@katsuo yeah, that Dell is overpriced for what you get. I don’t like Dell (or HP) anyway.
well, my boss drug his feet and then left early yesterday without telling me how to pay for the laptop, and since I can’t afford that on my own, the sale was missed.
I still think I can get the one with the Kaby Lake processor, 15" screen, and the 1050 GTX in it for right around $1100, regular price. It just does not have the SSD or the 1050ti card in it.
For $200 more, I can get the 17" screen and the Ti version of the card, but I don’t think he will pay it, I think I’d have to chip that in myself.
any advice still appreciated.
I’m not as concerned with mobility, long as I can pick it up and put it in a case.
My applications are 80% on my desk, and when I take it somewhere I just have to be able to transport it to customers to test stuff with in the case.
I like the fact that the bigger screen one also seems to have an SSD in it. I think thats the one to go with. But its only on sale today, looks like, and I just was wondering if the 1060 would be that much different than the 1050 to justify everything else that was better.
I have been given the go ahead to replace my laptop here at work. Budget is around $1000-$1300.
I’ve been looking at the ASUS ROG lineup. For roughly about the same price, I can either go one of two routes.
Intel i7-6700HQ, with a GTX 1060 GPU and 15" screen
Intel i7-7700HQ (the new Kaby Lake one) with a GTX 1050ti GPU and 17" screen
So since this is for work, I don’t need it for gaming, but it would be nice to be able to.
But which one would you guys recommend, (or any other brands), Go with the newer CPU, or the better GPU?
Looks like your connection to Gaming Exodus was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.