Does it not at least make a difference with regards to operating temperatures, and by extension reliability? My understanding was that AMD GPU's have a tendency to run hot on stock coolers.
the version in question is a sapphire model with its own custom heatsink. its 645NZD.
Honestly, my main complaint is having to install another ******* launcher, and thats not an Epic-specific problem. My real problem is how no launcher except steam seems to be capable of updating stuff in the background without hogging up all the CPU and RAM.
Perhaps the problem is power draw? GPU's can draw a lot of power. See if you can find out what the power draw is when the crash is caused. If its the max amount or close to the max amount your PSU can supply, you've found the problem. If its not that, check that all cables are fully plugged in. Not totally sure though, take my advice with a grain of salt.
Death is a mercy. Let him be deprived of all contact with other human beings.
a lot of people on 4chan are just edgelords. I could see 8chan celebrating it, but I thought 4chan had some standards.
If he is, he still needs to be locked up. For life. In solitary confinement.
Didn't watch it myself, but according to someone who did, it looked like a sick, twisted first-person-shooter.
On old consoles they basically never do, its getting ROM's thats the grey area, but some like DOOM are open-source (you're allowed to fiddle with source code). Most 80s-90s games tend to be either legal, or the dev just won't bother because its not worth the trouble. That's my understanding anyway. But on 7th gen consoles, you'll get screwed by copyright.
Yeah, I can see how that is better. I wish the budget were bigger too, (its actually 1700, but 500 is set aside for a laptop for school), but I'm only 15, so my options are limited. Been doing stuff for my dad when works available (he owns the business) but thats the only big income source I've got. My only question about that build is: Will it be easily upgradable? I want to start of with something that does what I want, then gradually add to it over time, as opposed to starting over every 3-5 years like some people I know do.