The PC is the Real Titan of Gaming
Behold the ASUS TYTAN G70 gaming desktop PC. NVIDIA GeForce GTX780 graphics that can support four displays, 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor pushing the clock speed to 4.1GHz, up to 32GB of memory and dual 128GB SSD with RAID 0.
Naturally, the PC is a rather nonchalant maverick when it comes to the new kids on the block, the Xbox One and the Playstation 4. “Next gneration? Yeah, right!” A mid range gaming PC is able to keep up with it’s so called new generation rivals and still make games look and perform better overall.
Thanks to Nvidia even notebooks are capable of some amazing feats. Take, for example, Nvidia’s new GeForce GTX 880M that weighs in with a hefty 4GB of GDDR5 memory, 256-bit bus, 1536 processor cores and a 954MHz baseline GPU clock. Two features of this card are ShadowPlay and GameStream. ShadowPlay not only allows you to record your gaming session in real time at up to 1080p but also broadcast your gaming session on Twitch. GameStream lets you stream a game from your notebook to a compatible device like Nvidia’s Shield handheld gaming device.
The cost issue aside, a high-end pc will deliver great image quality, fantastic anti-aliasing technology, better detail levels and fast frame rates. In short, the sky is the limit and there is a reason why the PC is called the savior of gaming. Not only that but pc gamers have a huge range of accessories to choose from including the PS4 DualShock 4 controller and soon Microsoft’s Xbox One controller will be up for grabs as well.
PC gamers on Steam can enjoy a number of community features like friends lists and groups, in-game voice and chat functionality, contribute to game forums and gift games to other players.
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