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Batman: Arkham Knight Benchmarks GTX 670 SLI

Batman: Arkham Knight Benchmarks GTX 670 SLI

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Batman_AK

  If you are playing this title on consoles then you are probably enjoying the game. If you are attempting to play this on PC then 9 times out of 10 you are having issues. Warner Bros. & Rocksteady has pulled the game from Steam to address serious performance issues across a wide number of GPU models for both AMD and Nvidia. On Steam there are literally thousands of down votes along with angry comments from PC gamers. To make matters worse there are a ton of settings missing and graphical content missing from the PC version. Rocksteady has since released one of many patches. The game remains absent from Steam, however, you can still purchase the $39.99 Season Pass.

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Westmere-EP & X58 Overclock Info

Westmere-EP & X58 Overclock Info

Introduction

Let me start by saying thanks for reading this article. You can sign up and discuss this using the comment section [last page if I ever add pages]. I’ve decided to write this information regarding the X58 chipset and Gulftown\Westmere-EP. There is a lot of information about the X58 spreading around the net due to the recent “revival” of the platform. Long story short there are a ton of Xeons flooding the market. These Xeons are being replaced by newer Xeons based on newer architectures.

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Westmere-EP - X5660 Full Review

Westmere-EP - X5660 Full Review

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Introduction

Update - 2020: X58 + AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Review: Click Here

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Update - 2015: X58 + AMD Radeon Fury X Review: Click Here

  It was suggested to me that Intel’s best platform to date could be the X58-LGA1366. From the looks of it, that suggestion may have been correct. Moving into its sixth year in the market; the legacy X58\Tylersburg is still alive and kicking. There appears to be plenty of life in the platform now that high-end server microprocessors are more affordable. This review is mainly for those who are on the fence and thinking about upgrading to X79 or possibly the X99. I also understand that Haswell-E is right around the corner, but some users might not want to upgrade unless they absolutely have to. Some users can’t always buy the latest and greatest. Personally I can, but only if I feel as if I’m getting a lot more than what I already have.

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