As a person who would probably never sub to a music service, I might would even bite for 5. As long as the library is solid and there is good playlist management.
Nice cards no doubt, but nvidia likes to price their higher end gpus on mobile to the extreme
I really hope the 960 is good to further push prices down. 299 is still a bit high for me and I think I would pay the slight premium for the 970 still (once prices come back to MSRP from the gouging). The 290 is a great card but the 970 does everything it does, but does it better and its slightly more future proof with HDMI 2.0 , newer Architecture, etc...
I'm currently on a 7950 that I bought for 179 of the exact model I wanted (MSI TF with 7970 PCB) before the mining boom. At that time it was basically barely below the best card you could get in performance, the price:performance was pretty dang exceptional for its time.
Nice giveaway and I would like to say, thats a sweet looking mobo
I have the old X-Fi fatal1ty, never tried onboard, so i wouldn't know the difference but I'm happy with what i got, so i would be glad to see this modern comparison to see if it even matters.
Nice system, monster cpu :>
probably to indicate players 1-4
at the bottom of the article you mention that its a monthly fee, but PS+ is an annual subscription @ 50 (and I've seen it on sale for $36 a few times as well)
Also PS4 requires PS+ to play online, so I would say most gamers cough up the money anyway, so in the end Drive Club is just like a typical MMO style pricing/policy, only a big issue for the consolers who haven't watched all their franchises turn into MMO's for the last decade. Welcome to next gen consoles...MMOs and probably MOBAs will flood your system.
10 yr warranty is pretty nice. The only thing ive ever had fail on me was a PSU which died 2 months out of its warranty.
I hope the game looks as good as it did at E3 on PC. I have high hopes for it. You never know these days what devs will put out.