The holidays are here, and everything in America is going really well. To celebrate Black Friday, Cards Against Humanity is digging a tremendous hole in the earth.
“As long as money keeps coming in, we’ll keep digging.”
Both Gaveroid and myself had the opportunity to test out the new JC3MP mod by Nanos. This weekend they are having a public test preview, allowing users to download the client software and hop on one of the testing servers.
At first i could not go more than a couple of minutes without it crashing but they soon released an update that fixed that.
The guys at Nanos have done an excellent job of creating this mod, even at this very early stage it is very playable and has lots of features like the ones we have come to love and enjoy with JC2MP. To be honest i had my doubts at first. I am glad they proved me wrong.
I also managed to get some game play footage, mainly of Gaveroid and myself experimenting at the airfield.
Minutes ago NVIDIA announced unexpectedly a new version of their TITAN X graphics card, joining the 1000 series lineup currently consisting of the GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080. The TITAN X has been known as the end-all-be-all GPU that everybody jokes and drools over having, until their 1000 series dropped. Now, the new TITAN X, priced at $1,200, features 12 billion transistors, 3584 CUDA cores, and 12GB of GDDR5X memory; 11 teraflops! Most excitingly of all, it features the Pascal architecture. The GTX 1080 is currently overkill for 1080p or 1440p gaming. Even 4K gaming is more than playable on a single GTX 1080 on most new AAA games minus anti-aliasing (which at that resolution is not needed anyway). The new Titan X is supposedly 3x faster than its’ predecessor according to Nvidia’s website. The GTX Titan X will (predictably) be a single-GPU solution for absolutely overkill performance at 4K. I can only imagine how it will perform at 1080p or 1440p. Or should we wait for the 1080 Ti?
(Source: Nvidia’s website, YouTube video)
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