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About Beastly

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  1. Nice pc martle, I do high end gaming as well.. I'll add you on steam once I'm home
  2. Wow that's an old setup
  3. Nvidia has released a new low-end graphics card in the GeForce GT 1030 for entry-level and budget-minded users. It's the latest GPU within Nvidia's 10 series (all equipped with the Pascal architecture), and is priced around $75. The GT 1030 provides a little more power than what an integrated graphics processor (IGP) offers and is targeted to those who mainly play less demanding games such as League of Legends or Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It's also useful for 4K home theater setups, since many older IGPs cannot do 4K. The single slot GT 1030 from EVGA. The GT 1030 itself has 2GB of VRAM, a 64-bit memory interface, 384 CUDA cores, and includes ports for HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort. Its small form factor of 4.7 by 6.7 inches makes it easier to fit into compact systems, and the 30 watt power draw means it doesn't need much juice. Reference models have a 1468MHz boost clock speed. However, there are many different SKUs from several manufacturers, some offering fanless passive cooling solutions and higher core clocks. AMD's low-end graphics card--the Radeon RX 550--is priced around $80 and features 2GB VRAM, a 128-bit memory interface, and a core clock around 1200MHz depending on the SKU. AMD is also set to reveal the upcoming Vega line of GPUs on May 31 during Computex. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-launches-the-geforce-gt-1030-a-low-end-budg/1100-6450202/
  4. When Destiny 2 was first announced, one of the first big pieces of news was that, unlike the first game, it would be coming to PC in addition to consoles. The PC version has remained something of a mystery over the last two months, but we're now beginning to learn more about what computer players can expect. Destiny 2 PC lead David Shaw recently spoke with PC Gamer and revealed, "We do not have dedicated servers for Destiny 2 on PC." That said, Shaw did say Bungie and Vicarious Visions (which is working on the PC version) are aware of concerns related to lag in Destiny, though they are not yet ready to share any specifics regarding tickrate. Similarly, required specs for the PC version have not yet been confirmed, though he suggested more details might be shared around E3 in June. He did offer some reassurance for those who might want to play the game on PC but don't have high-end hardware, saying, "[N]o, you absolutely won't have to buy the latest and greatest hardware to be able to play the game and have a fun, quality experience." Having skipped PC with the first game, Shaw acknowledged the need to "come out of the gate and be legit on day one" to convince PC fans that this isn't a lackluster console port. Activision has previously said the PC version will have "meaningful features" on the platform, and we learned this week that it will offer support for 4K, unlocked framerates, control remapping, and other features. Shaw offered what might be a glimmer of hope for those hoping to move from the console version of Destiny to the PC version of Destiny 2. While we already know that gear won't transfer, your appearance will, and returning players will be eligible to receive some kind of "honor" in the new game. Shaw said, "We definitely have gotten strong feedback that people are interested in [migrating from consoles]. At this time, we don't have anything to announce. We think it's super interesting, we totally get it, but we don't have anything really to say about that topic today." Pressed on the issue by PC Gamer, he continued, "We've already got a pretty sizable history with Destiny and we expect a long one in the future, so I would say there are lots of things we would say, today, we're not doing, but that are on the table. This is something, certainly, I personally think about quite a lot." PC players could be waiting longer to get their hands on Destiny 2 than their console counterparts, as we learned this week that the previously announced September 8 release date for Destiny 2 may not apply to the PC version. (On the bright side, at least it is coming--Switch owners appear to be out of luck.) Whenever it does release, it will operate through Blizzard's launcher app, formerly known as Battle.net. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/destiny-2-on-pc-doesnt-use-dedicated-servers-wont-/1100-6450200/
  5. We got the chance to check out a multitude of new Legendary and Exotic weapons at the Destiny 2 gameplay premiere event. Click ahead to check out each weapon and their associated statistics. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/gallery/destiny-2-check-out-these-new-exotic-and-legendary/2900-1241/18/
  6. Destiny 2's big gameplay reveal has provided us with a ton of new details about the game. That includes the fact that there will be new subclasses--with new Supers--among many other additions. In this gallery, we've rounded up images of every skill of the Warlock's new Dawnblade subclass. In addition to the Super ability Daybreak, it provides Warlocks with a skill to heal themselves and nearby players who stand in a designated area. Alternatively, that area can be used to boost players' attack power. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/gallery/destiny-2-classes-all-the-warlock-dawnblade-skills/2900-1242/19/
  7. Destiny 2's big gameplay reveal has provided us with a ton of new details about the game. That includes the fact that there will be new subclasses--with new Supers--among many other additions. But even the existing subclasses are seeing some changes for the sequel. In this gallery, we've rounded up images of every skill for the Titan's Striker subclass, which returns from the first game. While many aspects of it will be familiar to returning players, there are some differences. For instance, Fists of Havoc now lets you slam down with one button or shoulder charge with another, while a handful of skills allow the Titan to construct a barrier.
  8. Destiny 2's big gameplay reveal has provided us with a ton of new details about the game. That includes the fact that there will be new subclasses--with new Supers--among many other additions. But even the existing subclasses are seeing some changes for the sequel. In this gallery, we've rounded up images of every skill for the Hunter's Gunslinger subclass, which returns from the first game. While the Gunslinger's Super sounds similar to that of the first game, two new Dodge abilities allow you to either automatically reload your weapon or generate Melee energy. There's also a version of Throwing Knife that causes it to explode when used at full Melee energy. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/gallery/destiny-2-classes-all-the-hunter-gunslinger-skills/2900-1240/19/
  9. The Destiny franchise comes to PC for the first time with Destiny 2. The PC edition will feature a number of graphics options and an uncapped frame rate. Now, Nvidia has released the first 4K screenshots of the game. The images show Guardians in dramatic poses, preparing for battle. You can see them right here on the chip-maker's blog. http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/destiny-2-4k-pc-screenshots In other news about Destiny 2's PC version, it might not launch alongside the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 editions in September. The PC edition will support 4K and uncapped framerates, while players will also thankfully be able to remap the mouse and keyboard controls. Destiny 2's PC edition will be sold through Battle.net, not Steam. Destiny 2 launches on September 8 for Xbox One and PS4, though you may be able to play early, as a beta is coming this summer. Source: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/destiny-2-4k-pc-screenshots
  10. It's a big day for Destiny 2, as Bungie revealed new footage of the shooter sequel and talked about gameplay features being added. One of the cool parts from today's livestream was the section dedicated to some of the new planets you will get to explore. "Now we have stuff tucked around every corner, under every locked door. There is something there for you to find," producer Mark Noseworthy said. One of the locations shown off in the video is the European Dead Zone (EDZ), which Noseworthy says is the largest destination Bungie has ever made, possibly by a factor of two. Another new location is Saturday's moon, Titan, while another new location is the planetoid Nessus. Yet another new area to explore is Io, the sulfuric moon of Jupiter. You can see all of these in the video embedded above. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/destiny-2-gameplay-reveal-video-shows-off-new-plac/1100-6450175/
  11. yeah surprised a lot of people that bungie went with blizzard, good move i guess tho
  12. Destiny 2 will be available on PC exclusively through Blizzard's Battle.net platform, it has been announced. The news was confirmed during the Destiny 2 reveal event, where Blizzard president Mike Morhaime appeared to confirm that players would be able to use Blizzard's service to download games, explore, and connect with each other. Of course, Battle.net's in-built friends list and chat functionality will work with Destiny 2. According to a press release, the PC version will offer "4K resolution support (3820x2160), uncapped framerate, full mouse and keyboard support with custom key mapping, text chat, an adjustable field of view, a detailed PC settings screen, and 21:9 monitor support." The move makes sense given that Destiny 2 is published by Activision, parent company of Blizzard. Battle.net has proven itself to be very robust in handling large online gaming communities, given that is used for World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo 3, and Heroes of the Storm, among other titles. Destiny 2 for PC will be available at retail too, for those that don't want to purchase the game through digitally. However, the game will no doubt still utilise Blizzard's client to run. Destiny 2 is the first third-party title to be available to purchase on Battle.net. Destiny 2 is headed to PC in addition to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will offer PS4-exclusive content until at least Fall 2018. An open beta will be available to everyone sometime this summer, but if you pre-order the game you can play the beta early. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/destiny-2-pc-uses-blizzards-battlenet-supports-4k-/1100-6450162/