Not sure on that. Forza Horizon 3 for example does a lot for pc gamers, more so than many pc only games. Settings are all encompassing and include lots of what you want including a pretty good auto detect. You can change controls from pad to keyboard on the fly etc.
It's occasionally a bit flaky and CS is a bit hard to contact but then that has always been the case with the Forza franchise.
Once they stop trying to ram Xbox down your throat at every opportunity and sorting out the pricing then...
it's a major problem in PC gaming in general. most games can be picked up cheaper in physical form especially if you compare the prices to Steam. the problem is in the digital market place the big players see them self as having no real competition for their market, so there is no real competition.
so the problem here isn't on digital stay at an inflated price it does on just about every store front and platform, the problem is they chose not to release a physical copy of the game that could be distributed outside of their own store.
Or maybe they've got a lot of spare inventory to shift with the serious slow down in VR sales this year!
Think they're going to be in it for the long haul though, they can't have expected VR to have been a huge industry immediately. Triple-A game development alone can take five years, so just to get the best content was always going to take a while.
True. Only time will tell.
How is the Rift figuring compared with the other VR outfits?
With the speed VR has improved in terms of hardware it be interesting to see how AAA titles are designed with rapidly moving goal posts.
57C at idle is still 57C unless AMD have created a new temperature scale.
The rated temps came from the previous version of the Ryzen Master app which reported a 20degree offset on the 95W 'X' chips.
So that 57C idle is actually 37C according to AMD. The reporting is changing soon (now?) to take that into account.
? The 1600x is rated at 95 watts. (This is the heat you need to dissipate,or power,to be more precise.)
The 1800X is also stated as a 95 watt part. So its a guidence bracket, not an exact power figure.(my cooler for e.g. is labelled 95 watts)
At full load in this test the 1600x is at 64C, which is well acceptable for life span.
It is not clear if that is over clocked full load or stock clocks full load, but trust me when I say it will not be difficult keeping these processors in the required temps.
None of them function above ~ 4.1 gig what ever the temps anyway,so best leave off the last 0.1 gig and have sensible voltages and power usage.
I am all about the K70 love. Best keyboards I've ever owned :)