love tech,linux and gaming.you will see these type of videos.plus i like vinyl which you will see that as well on here.
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this is not good news at all,so if you liked playing online that is not gonna happen after march.not sure if it will go online with proton or not.but you all know there gonna put anticheat into it so it won't work in linux.mac is affected as well.
I had some hope after Epic gave Lutris $25000, but no they suck
this game is native and it runs great.if you like outrun,chase hq or any of those retro based games you will love this.
DAHH! you beat me to it! Looks like I'll have to upload my 2nd choice... good luck beating my times though....@_@
taking a look at the fifine k669 condenser mic
rest in peace to mr greaves and my condolences to his family,friends and people that are affected in the linux community.
for those of you looking to switch to linux,this video is for you.i do not force anything on anyone,it is whatever you want to choose,im just showing what is out there and yes i am using distrowatch,i know some do not like that site but i use it as a place to find distros.
if your in the market for a upgrade you cannot go wrong with this.i paid $182 for mine 6 months ago so the price has dropped pretty quickly.i know its 2nd gen ryzen but this is not a bad deal.i do not get a kick back from this just spreading the word.
AMD doesn't even make the cooler. Coolermaster makes them, so not really a point for AMD in the long run. More like an expense for them, paying another company. Which is good for the consumer, so not complaining, only saying it's just another expense so it could increase the price overall when it could be cheaper.
As for any first party coolers go, I still would want a third party one over that. I also refuse to use the included thermal compound on those things after three machines of using it. After a good while of use and you try to separate the cooler from the CPU it can stick like adhesive almost. I've accidentally pulled a AMD CPU out of the socket just trying to remove the cooler with the latch down. Luck for me, no damage, but still. After I learned about that my other two computer I unlatched the CPU from the socket before trying to lift the cooler. The other two machines, pulled the cpu right up. I had to wiggle the CPU's off little by little. Because there really was no finger space and second I'm not getting pliers to try and remove a delicate thing like a CPU, lol.
there seems to be a thing out there that there is a one stop distro for gaming and that is the distro your comfortable with.
Tails I wouldn't say is something you use as your main distro. Since all network connections are routed through Tor. Which has become faster than it use to be, but even video playback on Tor tends to be very slow and sometimes just browsing some websites could be slow as ever. It really depends on what you're using Tor for since how it works is running through a cluster of peoples computers. The more that volunteer to use it the faster it can be. Yet still might end up being slow since each relay point has to encrypt and decrypt data to properly route the connections between each other. Not sure how fast exactly it's gotten, because I haven't touched it in about three or four years now. At least from what I've heard it's faster now, but still very slow.
OpenSuse I think is fine for a new user personally. Though, might be confusing for a new user on which version to get. Since Tumbleweed is the rolling release and Leap is the non-rolling release. Both work fine, but the user would need to know which their using, specially if needing help. Since their not going to have the same packages on each version.
Best distro for a new user wanting to just get into gaming, would be a rolling release to be honest. It gives you all the latest Mesa drivers for AMD and tends to have the latest Nvidia drivers in the package manager or at least a easy way to install it. Because most non-rolling have out dated Nvidia drivers if they do have them and you're forced to manually install a downloaded version. Which requires a user to know how to disable a display manager so that Xorg can stop running. There is Pop_OS! of course that has it on the ISO and has the packages in the package manager, but the naming on them is just horrible and you're not getting it from the PopShop.
I say that because there are a handful of people that jump on some random distro that isn't rolling and it just black screens due to incomparable drivers. Even Ubuntu has done this in the past with the Vega cards. It's fixed now, but it happens on almost all versions of AMD cards on all distros. Specially the "bleeding edge, mid-grade cards" that day one black screen and throw errors. That being said, you will not be getting the fixes near as quick if not on rolling. At least not without having to install a random PPA (which is like downloading from the AUR since it's maintained by who know whom) to get the latest Mesa drivers and kernels. Which to a new user of Linux isn't ideal, I would wager in most cases. Since they would likely end up not removing a PPA as well so it might lead to breaking a system at some point. At least if a upgrade doesn't come out before then to clean everything out.
Good points, I vote Manjaro 👍
just a heads up and im sure comes to no suprise
Have you heard of VMetal by Nitrux linux? Looks like a promising project allowing you to run windows inside linux with direct GPU access.
game runs fine in linux,little bit of stutters but that goes away after a while.
ryzen 7 2700
vega 56 with 64 bios
1080p 72hz display
pop os 19.10
Played that game back when it was VR only and Facebook didn't have there hands all over it. Being as you can't get the VR version without Facebook junk now, that Steam version does seem a little tempting. Yet, has Facebook infected that game in any way on the flatscreen version?
Very nice Game i love it
this game does run quite well but do keep in mind it does crash to the login screen every once in a while,not sure why it does that but the game is playable and its free so.
ryzen 7 2700
vega 56 with 64 bios
path is so rad. and it does that crash on windows as well..
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