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 No.13078

/gm/ continues to be used for /new/ content. This needs to be moved for people that would like to discuss games, movies and literature.
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 No.13079

Workin' on it heh

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 No.13080

>>13079
I'll be up all night with you if I have ta

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 No.13144

Friendly reminder that this is still occurring and these threads that should be moved to /new/ are being bumped on the wrong board.

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 No.13145

Friendly reminder that this is still occurring and these threads that should be moved to /new/ are being bumped on the wrong board.

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 No.13146

its obvious the attention whore spergpants mcgee is abit miffed nobody posts in his gay little threads LOL

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 No.13148

Ban the saloon/zerohedge/stormfront spambot

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 No.13155

>>13148
ban this nigger too

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 No.13156

Valve’s gaming handheld is called the Steam Deck and it’s shipping in December

It starts at $399

https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/15/22578783/valve-steam-deck-gaming-handheld-pc

Valve just announced the Steam Deck, its long-rumored Switch-like handheld gaming device. It will begin shipping in December and reservations open July 16th at 1PM ET. It starts at $399, and you can buy it in $529 and $649 models as well.

The device has an AMD APU containing a quad-core Zen 2 CPU with eight threads and 8 compute units’ worth of AMD RDNA 2 graphics, alongside 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. There are three different types of storage: 64GB eMMC storage, 256GB NVMe SSD storage, and 512GB of high-speed NVME SSD storage, according to Valve. You can also expand the available storage using the available high-speed microSD card slot.

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 No.13157

Valve Announces the Steam Deck, a $400 Handheld Gaming PC

https://www.ign.com/articles/steam-deck-valve-announces-handheld-gaming-pc-2021-release

The Steam Deck has a form factor similar to that of a slightly larger Nintendo Switch but with the capabilities of a full gaming PC. It runs a modified version of Valve’s SteamOS, complete with a new console-like interface for easy navigation of both the Steam store and your Steam library, but it also provides access to an unrestricted computer desktop where any third-party applications can be installed (including non-Steam games or launchers).

In terms of hardware, the Steam Deck has a 7-inch, 1280x800 resolution, 60hz LCD screen, a custom AMD APU featuring a 4-core, 8-thread CPU paired with 8 RDNA 2 compute units for the GPU, and 16 GBs of LPDDR5 RAM. Practically speaking, that makes it a substantial amount stronger than the Switch, allowing it to run modern games impressively well – as a point of reference, I was able to play Jedi Fallen Order on an in-development Steam Deck at “High” graphical settings with little-to-no issue. It can even suspend running games like a console, and Valve says the intent is really to give players access to their entire Steam library on the go.

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 No.13158

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>a slightly larger Nintendo Switch but with the capabilities of a full gaming PC

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 No.13159


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 No.13215

>Scalpers Are Already Reselling The Nintendo Switch OLED At INSANE Prices!

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 No.13216

>DO NOT BUY The Base Valve Steam Deck

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 No.13217

>>13216
I have to believe this has to be exaggerating a little; would valve or really any company REALLY release something if it straight up wouldn't work to the extent this guy is framing it? I would assume that they would have playtested the base model with Skyrim and GTA V pretty thoroughly seeing as they're among the most popular games of "recent" years and would have tons of streaming assets. We were playing Oblivion and the like on traditional hard disc drives, are those significantly faster than this EMMC memery?

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 No.13218

>>13217
Do you remember their 'console', the steam machine? It was just overpriced, Chinese shit. My cousin actually bought one, which was supposed to have an i7, but they sent him the one with the i3. Customer support refused to do anything about it. Gay Ben ripped him off massively. I don't know why people still have any respect for this shitty company.

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 No.13222

>>13217
the problem isn't with old games but with upcoming games like forspoken. video game companies focus on developing for PS5 and XBSX, both of which have NVMe SSDs and then later make the PC port with the assumption that most PC gamers have at least SATA SSDs. by the time steam deck comes out in 2022 its base model will be obsolete due to its slow and tiny eMMC storage.

>We were playing Oblivion and the like on traditional hard disc drives, are those significantly faster than this EMMC memery?

SATA HDD <= eMMC < SATA SSD < NVMe SSD

>Skyrim and GTA V pretty thoroughly seeing as they're among the most popular games of "recent" years

those games came out in 2011 and 2013, they're not recent. to put it in perspective, someone who was born in 2000 was 11 years old when skyrim came out is 21 today.

https://www.gamespot.com/articles/psa-the-cheapest-steam-deck-has-much-slower-storage-than-you-might-expect/1100-6494049/
>For context, the maximum theoretical throughput of the eMMC 64GB model is 500MB/s, according to the official PCIe specifications. By comparison, the other two models have a theoretical throughput of 4GB/s, or around eight times faster. For modern games that are being developed with the assumption of faster memory will become common soon (spurred on by the move to new consoles, with both the Xbox Series X|S and PS5 having extremely fast SSDs) the cheapest Steam Deck might be quickly hindered by its storage if you're playing any games that are either large sandboxes or graphically demanding.
of course these "maximum theoretical throughputs" are always bullshit, in reality with the latest highest-quality eMMCs when you look at crystaldiskmark benchmarks they max out at like 150MB/s for reads and half that for writes, ordinary 7200RPM HDDs at like 100MB/s for reads and 4/5 of that for writes, ordinary SATA SSDs at around 500MB/s for reads and 3/4 of that for writes, and NVMes are in the thousands of MB/s for both reads and writes

most importantly, basically any PC game released in the last few years can't fit on the 64GB eMMC

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 No.13223

>eBay Is BANNING Valve Steam Deck Scalper Listings

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 No.13224

>>13223
Scalpers are BASED for taking advantage of dumb-ass gaymers though. Imagine being so addicted to the virtual-jew that you're willing to pay a huge mark-up for your toys instead of just waiting for the scalpers to get BOGGED.

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 No.13225

>>1322
W-well…I did put recent in quotes for a reason, but I suppose you're right, I've just become an old, out of touch boomer by this point. It's crazy how much time goes faster as you get older and I suppose there has been at least some advancements in gameplay over that long stretch of time, and it would explain why some games basically appear to have no loading times at all despite their vast size.

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 No.13226

>>13225
>deleting you are post

JUST

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 No.13227

>>13226
It's not deleted though.

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 No.13228

>>13227
Oh, I somehow erased one of the digits heh

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 No.13234

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>>13226
JUST posting needs to JUST come back

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 No.13248

>What The Hell Is Going On With The Steam Deck? Can you replace the SSD in the Steam Deck?

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 No.13249

>Gaming at Max Settings is REALLY Dumb

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 No.13250

>>13249
>implying you shouldn't miss a rent payment for 3 extra fps

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 No.13299

>Why are user serviceable batteries a bad thing? Why do people advocate against their self-interest?

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 No.13331

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>>13078
even if berserk 2016 had art at least as good as the trailer (which still wasn't that great, especially the animation), it still would've been a shit series since the pacing was awful, it had zero charm, the director and writer obviously have never read the manga or watched the superior 1997 anime, the music was extremely lame and generic and didn't fit the anime at all, shiro sagisu was the wrong choice of composer, and the sound effects were nothing more than some guy banging pots and pans together. i can guarantee you there are amateur composers on bandcamp and soundcloud that could compose far more interesting and appropriate music and can emulate susumu hirasawa's style who would be willing to work for a fraction of what shiro sagisu was demanding. dirty stinking rotten stubborn japs are stuck in their ways, they really believe that if an aging composer has name recognition, that's all that matters and his music must be great for their show even if he's clearly past his prime

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTZqGKOtBsw

seriously? heavy metal music? a generic action scene with totally boring antagonists (skeletons) is what you choose for the pv trailer? this is supposed to be berserk, not doom eternal

then again you're the phaggot who thinks game of thrones was a good tv series and is obsessed with heavy metal even though it doesn't belong in berserk

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 No.13333

>>13331
>dirty stinking rotten stubborn japs are stuck in their ways, they really believe that if an aging composer has name recognition, that's all that matters and his music must be great for their show even if he's clearly past his prime
If that's what they thought why not just get Hirasawa again? Hell, he made tracks for the movies 3 years before 2016 came out, so it's not like he's unwilling.

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 No.13335

>The "You" In YouTube, Is No More

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 No.13336

>>13335
Youtube has been dead for over a decade, and youtube grifters have been whining about it for over a decade. They don't give a shit as long as they're getting paid. Notice how they only complain about being 'demonetized', they rarely have anything to say about being able to freely upload videos for their own sake, they don't even care how permissible youtube is about what content you can post in general, unless it's to cry over how they can't put copyrighted KIKE media in their videos while still getting paid.

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 No.13338

>>13331
Homie why did you take the time to type out that essay? My disdain for the 2016+ Berserk anime is quite pronounced. I adored the 1997 anime and adored Hirasawa's soundtrack. Every time I watch those opening sequences in the reboot I am disappointed that they could've handled that at least serviceably.

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 No.13341

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 No.13343

>>13341
>gay memes, the extent of the germ-man argument
I should have known better than to waste my time making any effort to reply to you. Sorry, redditcucky.

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 No.13352

>Why Twitch Sucks: The Thot Problem

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 No.13355

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>>13352
Is this what an apex Germanic is like?

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 No.13359

>So, California Is Banning Gaming PCs…

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 No.13365

>>13352
>>13355
this man has never had sex and probably has a small penis

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 No.13379

>The PS5 and Xbox Series X Chip Shortage Can Now Last Even Longer, Possibly Till 2023

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 No.13380

>No, Nintendo Did NOT Fix Joy-Con Drift



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