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oikake

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Gender: male
Age: 33
Date Signed Up:4/16/2012
Last Login:12/07/2016
Location:UK
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#90 - had a good look, and you're pretty bob-on with suggesting 1070…  [+] (1 reply) 07/01/2016 on RX 480 now available 0
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#91 - bendingtimeisgood (07/01/2016) [-]
If you play at 1080p, unless there are some very drastic changes in games, an i5 6600k with a GTX 1070 will set you right for max settings on every game that comes out for a few years.
#25 - im planning on upgrading to this soon currently rocki…  [+] (4 replies) 06/29/2016 on RX 480 now available 0
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#28 - affix (06/29/2016) [-]
I can't think of less demanding games than overwatch and wow.
Fucking minecraft can put a small dent in my speed more than those two. Even at 5 chunks view.
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#27 - bendingtimeisgood (06/29/2016) [-]
Word of advice. Get a GTX 1070, or whatever AMD's equivalent is, if they have one by then. Don't buy two budget cards, buy the best single card you can afford.
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#90 - oikake (07/01/2016) [-]
had a good look, and you're pretty bob-on with suggesting 1070..

so getting a i5-6600k and GTX 1070... should set me right for a year or so... considering i really only play 1080p too

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#91 - bendingtimeisgood (07/01/2016) [-]
If you play at 1080p, unless there are some very drastic changes in games, an i5 6600k with a GTX 1070 will set you right for max settings on every game that comes out for a few years.
#38 - well Switzerland have access to common market, and a limited f…  [+] (2 replies) 06/26/2016 on Suptigorg Puirn Ytagl 0
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#39 - iateapenguin (06/26/2016) [-]
Not really, the Swiss people voted for it but the EU aren't happy. They've refused to negotiate with them and have threatened to suspend other bilateral agreements because of it.

Brexit will have just complicated things further. I doubt very much that they'll concede now that they know Britain will be watching their answer.
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#40 - oikake (06/26/2016) [-]
We have no idea how things go, but the onus is purely on the EU, with the idea of leaving so prevalent in other countries, the EU has to form a contingency incase this happens, making concessions to keep a former member in the bloc, rather than pushing them away will;

a, ease the tension of an over bearing central EU government to the countries tempted to leave

b, bring the UK within arms length of where it once was, and consolidate the EU mandate of peace through an economy based convenant