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Jacob did some measuring and the Gigabyte 1080 would defo fit inside the chassis. The PCB is actually shorter than the 1060 in there at the moment.
Sadly the PSU is what's holding you back from dropping one of those in. To get to the size of the rig MSI have used an external power brick, like a laptop or console.
That means you're probably waiting for a micro mid-range Volta for a proper GPU upgrade.
Planetside 2 was what I was just thinking of, I'm almost kind of surprised they haven't built their own battle royale mode as an aside to showcase how many players Planetside 2 can hold.
Planetside 2 is all about the server size, but the individual shooter elements aren't strong enough to be worth investing into. There's no drop/loot system for the world exploration (so there's no risk/reward of going to busier areas).
The game works as a war of fronts; almost trench-warfare styled in the way the maps were built for barriers, bridge crossings, low hills and large areas to shoot/run over. By having that relatively quick respawn it worked. They may be able to make a 'last-man-standing' mode, but it wouldn't be satisfying to play.
Er, I don't think you understand what that word means. His explanation for his actions are the opposite of sociopathy.
Well shoot. Guess I didn't have to wait 10 years.
Call of Doody: Infinite Borefare.
We have got some retailers in the UK with stock of Vega 64 cards and a retail price of £470, which isn't too far north of the original £450 SEP. That's about £10 cheaper than the GTX 1080.
But yeah, get yourself an R5 1600X and you'll feel better about being a red team fan :)