>The next generation edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will release as a standalone purchase for PC, Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, as well as a free update for everyone who already owns the game on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Glad to see more being confirmed.
I picked up the Samsung 980 pro and bought a heatsink from Amazon. I'm getting speeds in the 6000s
The heatsink I bought fits really well. I tested both with and without, and it's definitely a bit faster with the heatsink helping out. (Though the Samsung 980 pro has good heat control without the heatsink. Still got one because it was cheap and is overall just safer)
Heatsink I bought:
MHQJRH M.2 2280 SSD heatsink, Double-Sided Heat Sink, Matching Thermal Silicone pad for PCIE NVME M.2 SSD or SATA M.2 SSD https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KDDKDNN/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_glt_fabc_CDG910EMKWFCSYQYZ0WX?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This brings up the fact that Virtua Tennis on mobile is still a Virtua Tennis game and is somehow still better than most any tennis game out there.
Hight light: the controls still somehow feel like Virtua Tennis even though they're touch.
Low light: the ads are ridiculous.
Catch is you need this cable to connect them to your TV.
WD_Black 500GB SN850 NVMe Internal Gaming SSD Solid State Drive with Heatsink - Gen4 PCIe, M.2 2280, 3D NAND, Up to 7,000 MB/s - WDS500G1XHE https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08SWFTP9N/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_Z53ZSV0QGK8C7YW2QBWG?psc=1
This is the next best thing. it works very well for me.
I pair it to this so i can use my favorite wired headphones for days and days without needing to charge it.
as someone that uses this combonaton for 8+ hours every day i can confirm it works great but you can pair any headset to the dongle easily
Yes. You have the official notes on COD Vanguard website.
The game file size its 54gbs, but it requires 93gb of free space.
I gotchu bro! This one is expensive but I got it and traveled with it. It fit everything but the stand and if you have a disc version it’s a bit tight but definitely secure as can be 👍
Case Club Pre-Cut Waterproof Hard Case - Fits PlayStation 5 (PS5), Two Controllers, Games, & Cords - Impact Resistant - Lockable - Laser Cut Foam - Lifetime Warranty (PS5) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08P44VYCK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5judGb8SX39V2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Probably because it’s sold out currently
It’s there though
A lot of people are buying these up quick
WD_Black 1TB SN850 NVMe Internal Gaming SSD Solid State Drive with Heatsink - Gen4 PCIe, M.2 2280, 3D NAND, Up to 7,000 MB/s - WDS100T1XHE https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08PHSVW7K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_J8F8MEN02HBZ206X63ZW?psc=1
Their roadmap says they are basically doing nothing but patches and hotfixes until the end of the year, and then DLCs. I really don't think they have plans to add more main game content. Maybe barbers, but idk.
>Q: What are you going to do going forward to fix Cyberpunk 2077?
>A: We are focused on fixing the bugs and crashes players are experiencing across every platform. You can expect more in the way of patches — both small and large — to be released regularly. Our plans for supporting Cyberpunk 2077 in the long-term are unchanged, and we will continue to introduce updates and patches to give all players across all consoles and PCs a better experience with the game.
>Q: You have said there would be free DLC for the game in ‘early 2021’, will this be impacted by improvements?
>A: We’re still planning on releasing free DLC for the game, just like with The Witcher 3. However, we have decided that our priority is working on the most important fixes and updates. We will be releasing free DLC afterwards — we’ll have more to say about that in the coming months.
It's also larger than Sony's own modern VCR:
VCR: 14-1/4L x 10-1/8W x 3-3/4H".
PS5: 390mm (15.4 inches) tall, 260mm (10.24 inches) deep and 104mm (4.09 inches) wide
I got the Samsung 980 pro, and also bought a heatsink on Amazon.
I'm getting speeds in the 6000s (specs say up to 7000)
Heatsink I bought from Amazon. Fits with the Samsung 980 pro nicely.
If money isn't a problem, get a bigger one, put your tv, ps5 & modem/router on it.
I prefer the APC brand, and get one with AVR, (Auto voltage regulation) without getting to technical, it cleans the power as well so no brown-out, spike or bad circuit will damage your stuff. https://www.amazon.com/APC-Battery-Protector-BackUPS-BX1500M/dp/B06VY6FXMM
Would mean using the 3.5 mm jack though.
DVI and HDMI are super different once you get signals over 1200p60.
For DVI to do over 1200p60, they use Dual Link. Literally two sets of RGB signals in the same cable. Thats how the DVI designers got around bandwidth limitation, they doubled the number of wires to send more data.
HDMI got around bandwidth limits by increasing the clock speed. So HDMI instead of being limited to a signal clock of 165MHZ, increased its clock to 340Mhz (HDMI 1.3 and 1.4, 600Mhz for HDMI 2.0).
Basically DVI gets more cars down the road by adding lanes. HDMI gets more cars by increasing the speed limit.
Any DVI/HDMI adaptors are limited to Single Link (1200p60) because HDMI physically doesn't have the extra wires for the second link.
Now, you will see adaptors sold as "Dual Link". This is because the physical connector of the DVI port has all the pins for Dual Link. So its a Dual Link connector, but those pins for the second link are not connected to anything on the HDMI side.
You would need an active adaptor to go from DVI Dual Link to HDMI and as far as I know, no such adaptor has ever been made.
You might be able to over DP. This HDMI 2.0 to DP adaptor will do up to 4k60 which is also enough bandwidth for 1080p120:
I don't know if it will work but at least it has a chance.
Nope it’s a website where people sell stuff kinda like Craigslist
Just search “Returnal PS5” and I’m sure you’ll find people selling the game (some cause they beat it, others didn’t like it). I live in LA so there were literally dozens of people selling the game!
PS5 version has RT lighting but not reflections like the PC version. You can see from this chart from their website.
I don't think this information is accurate unless something changed since February. The developers confirmed the only ray tracing feature missing is RT reflections. Ray traced global illumination with infinite light bounces were confirmed for console.
I was confused too, it was in this book I read which is very informative about the hellish state of both 360 and PS3 CPU development;
So you spent 110 dollars on extra connections and adaptors and a 22 step guide that requires pc connecting and downloading and editing drivers just to get 120hz with your existing monitor for ps5...?
Bruh just spend the extra 100 and change and get a dedicated monitor that's plug and play: (this monitor is also commonly on sale for 220 instead of 250)
AND now you have a dual monitor setup and god forbid you wanna move your setup around, or one of your 5 new wires comes unplugged and you gotta do all that bullshit again? Also your wire management probably looks atrocious. This just isn't worth it chief.
Yes this guy has it right. One of these
APC UPS, 425VA UPS Battery Backup Surge Protector, BE425M Backup Battery Power Supply, Back-UPS Series https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HDC236Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5PWTH9MGCFZ8M0AF91VQ
Is essential, you have to protect your equipment. People spend thousands of dollars on tech only to plug it into a $10-20 surge protector that honestly doesn’t do much. With a UPS you can make it so only clean power is delivered to your equipment. That means anything over or under a certain voltage triggers the battery which is a good thing. I used to get the beeps every once in a while but ever since owning a UPS I haven’t gotten it once.
If you like collecting steelbooks (you may have done this already) but I purchased a picture frame
and some magnetic sheets
And was able to make a pretty sweet framed display of all my collector's steelbooks. The dimensions for that frame in the first link fits EXACTLY 16 steelbooks.
I think they have. They have a 300 USD console (Sony is NOT going to beat XBSS), whose storage solution (512 Gb PCIE 4.0 NVME) costs at its cheapest 100 bucks ALONE on Amazon right now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WS1BRX4
That in and of itself is astounding, but this console also has a CPU more powerful than the PS5 as well!
Want more horsepower? Get the Series X, which is the most powerful console being released.
Want the popular games and Xbox exclusives at your fingertips? Get Gamepass Ultimate. At the price of 3 videogames a year, you get PC games, Xbox games, AND access to xCloud to play them all on.
Let me be clear: if I had to choose a side it would be Sony; I will be preordering the PS5 the SECOND preorders release.
But come next year's Black Friday, I will be shocked if I don't pick up the Series S as well. Series S plus Gamepass Ultimate is just too much value to pass up.
That's because people like you who didn't actually play the game gave it 0. The metacritic score was 2.2 the second the game came out, which meant people gave it the score without even playing it. Definitely review bombing. Metacritic even changed their user review policy so that people have to wait 36 hours after the game released because the amount of people reviewing it the second it was released was unprecedented. Read the user reviews that give it 0, none of them talk about the game they just talk about "sjws" and "politics".
Pretty good scores from people who actually played it (unlike you)
I've been trying to post that Returnal is 20 dollars off on Amazon (49.99) and the stupid bot keeps deleting my posts. Anyway here's the link:
You think a new faster, faster drive is going to be cheaper than current tech? A 2TB evo 970 is $310. Https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-970-EVO-Plus-MZ-V7S2T0B/dp/B07MFZXR1B
I can easily see a ps5 compatible drive being $400 for 2TB.
I’ve had my eye on this one. I don’t own it yet but in the “customer questions” people are saying it works w/ PS5
We use this one connected between our PS4 and two 55" TVs with no issue. Probably newer/similar models that function the same out there. Shows the same exact screen on each TV simultaneously with no lag.
Why would PS5 be different?
What if it is an SSD? I purchased this one and wonder if it can perform decently?
Don't buy anything yet, Sony is going to release a list with compatible SSD's. It's going to be something like this, but again don't buy anything yet! It has to be fast enough to be supported by the PS5...
You really didn't think this one through didn't you? GPU does NOT offer a subscription for a year, unlike PS Now and Plus, which retail at $60 a year each. Even Xbox Live Gold doesn't have a yearly option, Microsoft sneakly removed it shortly after the XSX/S's launch, it's only available in physical and online stores until they run out.
If you own a great pair of Bluetooth headphones, I'd recommend this dongle. I use it on my PS5 and it works great with my Sony noise canceling headphones(wh1000xm2). Plus it supports 3d audio!
I’d advise against a surge protector and spend a little more on a UPS. I’ve had my PS4, Pro, and PS5 connected to one with no issues. It prevents those random PlayStation “beeps” you’ll get occasionally if the power goes out briefly at night and the console things you shut it off incorrectly.
Example of one: APC UPS, 425VA UPS Battery Backup Surge Protector, BE425M Backup Battery Power Supply, Back-UPS Series https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HDC236Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_H319ZC6R306NAZ1SF7V3
I just replaced the battery on mine after 4-5 years so they last thankfully.
I play it still on Android, official port by SEGA with original soundtrack and everything. Still holds up decent, but a proper remake on console would be incredible! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sega.CrazyTaxiplayhaven&hl=en\_GB&gl=US
I saw this one while browsing amazon. looks like it has lots of space for accessories & cables as well.
I am using Govee TV LED backlights, they works surprisingly well and its a quarter of the price of philips hue lights.
This is definitely a good placeholder until I decide to bite the bullet and get the philips set up, just waiting for the price to go down.
Not sure about Samsung Tv which use Tizen, but on my Sony TV which use Android, there's an app that can map the button on remote. My remote has google movie button that I map to youtube. Also disabled some other useless button like help
I think this one https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=flar2.homebutton
You can use your AirPods.
Get a Bluetooth audio adapter that plugs into the headphone jack on your controller. Might be a little awkward with it hanging out of your controller, but it would definitely work.
First of all, congratulations!
I think everybody here already gave you good advices (specially the headphone, if he doesn't have one) but if he already ordered that for himself and you're thinking about going in another direction, maybe he would like some decorative pieces related to playstation, like this
Or this https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B079CBP6P9/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fab_h7IzFbPGVCVGC
Idk how people feel about the 80 Euro price for games. Why are games 10 euro more expensive when the new hardware makes development faster and easier
Just buying 7 games and you already spent more money than having this https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-i7-10750H-Dual-Channel-PH315-53-72XD/dp/B08842D7JS/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=rtx%2B2060%2Blaptop&qid=1600273404&sr=8-1&th=1 not to mention that you need to buy a 120hz monitor or tv
it's more about the lacking infrastructure on Sony's part imho.
If you take a look at this you can see that out of the top10 average, only 3 of them have PSNow.
The USAF isn't the only one, the Stanford's [email protected] program make use of this technology in many health researchs.
Running PS3 games on x86 hardware, madness I say!... oh wait, we can do that even without Sony's support!
I imagine with Sony's internal support and knowledge of their own hardware and software ecosystems, emulating past generations and supporting the current PS4 library seems very likely. If you doubt it working, just look at Microsoft's backwards compatibility implementation that works on x86 hardware from 2013.
This is next-gen Halo
Go look at the R&C trailer and gameplay footage. No one who's honest with themselves would think you can run that on current gen hardware. Hence, it's next-gen.
Also Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus meets the speed spec. Would also need a heatsink. https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-Internal-Extreme-Performance-SB-RKT4P-2TB/dp/B08P2B6JKV/ref=sr_1_13?dchild=1&keywords=pcie%2Bgen%2B4%2Bnvme%2Bssd&qid=1627593429&sr=8-13&th=1
Seagate (STGD2000100) Game Drive for PS4 Systems 2TB External Hard Drive Portable HDD – USB 3.0, Officially Licensed Product https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07M9VCHDG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZBKHNA85AGSY7XVQFEDR idk if links work but it’s the one with the PS logo on amazon
Not sure where you live, but Amazon currently has them: SteelSeries Arctis 7P Wireless - Lossless 2.4 GHz Wireless Gaming Headset - for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 - White - PlayStation 5 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08H4YMC22/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_QV0FYCE696TWX97C7PN2
I know it sucks to have to pay for a third party app, but I used this app and it works well for my usew:
I used a razer Kishi on my Galaxy S20 and played through a majority of Persona 5 on my phone. Haven't tested to see if a DS4 or Dualsense works or not though.
How much heft does this thing add OP? I already have one of these attached to my DualSense...
I was wondering whether both would fit on the controller without it turning into an absolute brick?
I'm not exactly sure what brand mine is, as I got it a while ago (at Nebraska furniture mart), but it's look almost exactly like this one when it come to size and "fill" when sitting on it.
I do remember mine was like 220 dollars. They're definitely not cheap, but worth it if you use it imo
>Consoles are still a better bang for your buck than PC.
People forget this all the time when they go on about "people would just get a PC"
You can buy a PS5 and an XSX for less than what it'd cost to build a PC that performs similarly. Hell, a 2TB (to match the 1.85TB you'd get with a PS5+XSX combo) PCIe gen 4.0 SSD alone costs nearly as much as an entire console.
Not to mention, a lot of people also just prefer the ease of use of a console vs W10.
Official amazon page is up -- if you clicked that link before, it'll show as 'last purchased this item on September 16th'
Tbf it’s always said 2020. I agree would have thought more is shown off. That being said it has a pretty established community https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/rainbow-six-quarantine/home
Here is everything that's been changed these past few years. If seeing the team's dedication doesn't convince you then idk what will. Maybe trying watching the Internet Historian's video on why exactly the release was a dumpster fire; a lot of the blame falls on Sony more than anyone. I feel like 16(?) free updates is more than enough to at least give it a shot, don't you think?
I imagine AI could overcome that paradox of procedural generation: the even with almost infinite combinations, at some point players start recognizing the limits of generation.
Seeing projects like thispersondoesnotexist.com and GPT-3-generated blogs exhibit the huge strides AI is making in generating content that is almost indiscernible from handmade content. I wouldn't be surprised if we start to see games with AI-generated storytelling, worldbuilding, and character design in the next few years.
So for every 100 PS5’s sold 10 would go to scalpers and this was closer to the release, I’d wager it’s even lower now.
I think people like to blame their frustrations on not getting a 5 on scalpers, and while it does take away from legit buyers it is nowhere as bad as what people make it out to be.
The demand is just so high that there are not enough units made to cover the demand.
Exactly, no reply after reading and learning something.
Here you go, go knock yourself out. There were 80k sold on eBay in the US alone.
agreed this was taken of sitejabber:
ANTOnline has a consumer rating of 1.62 stars from 198 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. ANTOnline also ranks 85th among Computer sites. The most common issues with ANTOnline are around returns, which are more complicated than expected by some customers.
It will be playable on PS5 thanks to backwards compatibility, but I don't know that the free upgrade will be ready day one.
Do you have a source for that?
ineo M.2 heatsink 2280 SSD with Thermal Silicone pad for PC / PS5 M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD [M16] https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0823V2BPR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_98FMMG3DTEHVSQW7W15D
This works and fits well
This one has been recommended by many people:
MHQJRH M.2 2280 SSD heatsink, Double-Sided Heat Sink, with Thermal Silicone pad for PC / PS5 M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD or M.2 SATA SSD https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KDDKDNN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_JF1MHKA9VBSAD0C1PY7W
There are many other options that fit within the PS5’s listed dimensions too
Sure! This has been a pretty popular choice for single sided SSDs... Generally those that are 1TB or less. Larger drives have chips on both sides and may need a slightly slimmer model.
MHQJRH M.2 2280 SSD heatsink,... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KDDKDNN?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
This NVME heat sink fits really well. Nearly flush. You can still fit the cover on it without any issue but I’m going to leave it off.
So if you can’t find an NVME SSD with an OEM heat sink like the WD SN850, you can get an add on one from Amazon for $10 here. It also comes in a few colors too if you don’t want a black one.
I would vote for the iOS or Android Version. The controls for the switch version are weird on a tv screen. Play on a high res mobile device.
Its also hard to come by cheap Switch copies.
it's currently new for $199.
Honestly I thought they'd be a LOT more expensive than that.
That one is PCIe 3.0 x4, the max read speed is only 3.5 GB/s. You need PCIe 4.0 x4. Amazon sells 980 Pro 2 TB for around $420.
Just invest in a UPS. It’s relatively cheap and it’ll actually protect your equipment. Surge protectors can only do so much.
APC UPS, 425VA UPS Battery Backup Surge Protector, BE425M Backup Battery Power Supply, Back-UPS Series https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HDC236Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_MGQRG550S606Q3E8MXK5
> I can't say the value of a Bitcoin is $1 because that was the historical low point. I can't say a house shouldn't cost more then $100 because it was "cheaper" in the 19th century.
You can't say those things because those prices are no longer relevant -- you have to use up-to-date prices, which is the point that the person you replied to was making. You're literally making their point. The prices of Bitcoin and houses are going up, whereas the prices of games go down.
> The market does?
Yes, and the market says that Shadow of the Tomb Raider costs $24.70, not $60. The market dictates worth -- the official price set by publishers does not.
> hook my ps1 to the HD tv which looks terrible
It doesn't have to.
That device works just as well as competior products that cost twice as much. It looks sharp, crisp, really great. No input lag that I've noticed at all.
I just recently picked up a PS1 and dove down the rabbit hole of retro gaming on modern TVs. This is most affordable solution I've found.
I have Microsoft’s xbox headset so it’d only work with an Xbox. There might be some third-party alternatives that work with a PlayStation instead but I’m not too sure.
EDIT: Turns out Turtle Beach makes a PS4/5 headset with the same feature!
Here 2 minutes searching on Amazon you would have found this it works on the PS5 instead of making this redundant post
There are two series as of now, one is an ongoing series of graphic novels called Fazbear Frights which is available as a boxset on Amazon (first 4 only for some reason) and a three book series which is available as paperback here, there's also an activity book called Survival Logbook and a lore book called The Freddy Files.
I'm thinking of getting a PS5, a Sony 75" X900H, and a UPS.
Anyone know about this Amazon Basic UPS? I'll probably connect an AVR (Onkyo 602) and the Spectrum modem to it as well.
Yea just the silicone shell. On amazon I ordered before it was sold by Amazon as a seller so its super slow shipping. Here is one w/ cast shipping on Amazon, you'll probably get it before me! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08R8C52W5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_T4ecGbZ3ZGB0X
I use the 2TB Samsung T7 SSD no problem.
Here's a 1TB
The best combo for the price. Been using for years and better than gaming headphones.
Philips Audio Philips SHP9500 HiFi Precision Stereo Over-Ear Headphones (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ENMK1DW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_hF-3FbPE1EPDR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
V-MODA BoomPro Microphone for Gaming & Communication - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BJ17WKK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_yF-3FbS5V7A2W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Mentioned it in my first comment.
It's the V-Moda BoomPro mic
And for a "gaming mic" it's a class above every gaming headset mic available. The level of clarity in this mic is top tier.
I got these for my system. Work great.
2.1 HDMI Cable 8K, IBRA 1m Ultra HD Lead High-Speed Cord 48Gbps | Supports [email protected] [email protected] 4320p Compatible with Fire TV 3D Support Ethernet Function 8K UHD 3D-Xbox PlayStation PS3 PS4 PC-Orange https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07WH7L8ZM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_TLIUFbD4B4E4F?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
AOC 27G2 27" Frameless Gaming IPS Monitor, FHD 1080P, 1ms 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible + Adaptive-Sync, Height Adjustable, 3-Year Zero Dead Pixel Guarantee, Black/Red https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WSK5W7V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_srtUFbMK1HQ57
I used name brand Plastidip. They have a ton of colors, even glow in the dark varieties. I know Lowe's carries it in store, probably other hardware places do too.
Here is the link to exactly what I used for reference: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008PO6368/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabt1_ajmUFbVGXP8B0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Currently instock on Amazon Canada if anyone's still looking
SSDs and M.2 SSDs are different things.
External USB drives will not be able to play games and will strictly store data. Those are items like this: https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-T5-Portable-SSD-MU-PA1T0B/dp/B073H552FJ/
Sony has a requirements that SSD expansions (internal) meet its expected performance levels to be considered compatible. The current internal SSD operates at around 5.5 Gb/s which is faster than pretty much everything on the market atm. It's insanely fast, and I think Sony will require SSDs to meet that speed to be used as an expansion.
Go for the 5 or 6 series tcl I have a 50” 5 series it has hdr and Dolby vision the Dolby vision is hard to come by on cheaper TVs and it’s totally worth it makes games pop with color really is amazing I personally don’t like hdr when gaming but movies look great
TCL 50" 5-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 50S535 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08857ZHY4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_jKyzFbF79NNWX
I'm looking for Spider man mm ultimate edition, and the accessories. No luck on amazon so far.
The BBC still seem to be treating 4K (or UHD if you want) as a trial. In 2021.
There's a list of programmes at https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/help/questions/features/uhd-connected-tv or you can search for UHD in iPlayer itself.
The PS5 app seems quite happy to show that limited 4K content.
How about this then, on their own site:
"Q: When can we expect the next-gen update for Cyberpunk 2077?
A: We are planning to release the free, next-gen update for Cyberpunk 2077 in 2022."
> it can´t be my internet cuz i got Fiber.
Fiber alone doesn't mean much. Typically for gaming, you don't need fast connection as much as you need a stable one. Optical fiber is actually more error-prone to any random physical issues there might be with the infrastructure around your area.
It most likely is your ISP or something on the way between ISP and the server you're trying to get to. Sometimes it's also a temporary (as in: lasting a few weeks) issue within AWS.
Try to figure out the IP or hostname of a server of the game you're experiencing this with. Run tracert to the destination IP. Verify which hops take the longest, and if there is any step that times out or takes significantly longer - there might be a specific bottleneck on the packet route that will at least let you know whether it's your device, your home network, your local infrastructure, your ISP, their service provider, or their infrastructure. The alternative is there are maaany steps on the route, none specifically long - this means that someone at some point introduced incorrect or inefficient routing path. In this case, try to look if there are any loops (packet going to IP 1, then 2, then 3, then back to 1, and bouncing into 2, and then 3, and then maybe going to 4 or again back to 1). There might be a load balancer set up incorrectly somewhere. Or a plethora of other reasons.
You can also use WireShark for more in-depth analysis. Refer to WireShark documentation for details.
Also, make sure all the ports required by your game are open on your router for PS5, or just put it in DMZ. Review the traffic on your router at the time you're experiencing these issues. Disable any QoS settings you may have experimented with. Release and renew your connection. Restart your router with a full power cycle.
Well he hasn’t uploaded in what, 8 months?
Of all the stuff that’s shilled, Raycons are one of the worst. Up there with the Chinese game apps. Manscaped, helix, and NordVPN aren’t terrible. I’ve been using Nord for years and bought a manscaped set for $15, honestly I think it’s probably worth the asking price. I’ve seen a few push for the Soundcore liberty pro 3’s and it’s hard to tell because while the marketing is cringe, soundcore has a pretty reputable track record and the features they offer are excellent
It comes with a copper heat shield. I was lucky and snagged MHQJRH M.2 2280 SSD heatsink, Double-Sided Heat Sink, with Thermal Silicone pad for PC / PS5 M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD or M.2 SATA SSD
It's 95f today, and the AC on the room is at 71 so far, with no issues.
I use tourna grip tape for my controller. It’s made for tennis racquets but works great for other applications. Adds a lot of grip and stability. Apply some around the handles and you should be good. Note that it’s not permanent and needs to be replaced though every so often. I change mine every 3-4 weeks, but this will vary from person to person (depends on how much you sweat and play). Hope this helps.
Tourna Grip XL Original Dry Feel Tennis Grip
I installed the same PNY XLR8 CS3040 1TB. Read speed was the same at slightly above 5600MB/s (didn't write it down). I used a different heatsink (link below).
So far no issues. I transferred about 270GB from a Samsung T7 and everything went smoothly. Took maybe 5-10 min (I wasn't paying attention).
I've only played about 5 or 6 hours of games on the expansion NVME but so far so good.
The firecuda says gen 4 on it though that's why I'm wondering how flexible the speed requirements are...
Seagate Firecuda 520 1TB Performance Internal Solid State Drive SSD PCIe Gen4 X4 NVMe 1.3 for Gaming PC Gaming Laptop Desktop (ZP1000GM3A002) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07ZPRMLJP/
980 Pro and hestsink delivered
EZDIY-FAB M.2 SSD heatsink 2280, Double-Sided Heat Sink, High Performance SSD Radiator wit for PCIE NVME M.2 SSD or SATA M.2 SSD- Red https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086W5GGV3/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_7ZQMM9TFTTQ24BRJJQY3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
No invite or update
Will install in the deep sleep of the night
Can confirm that a Samsung 980 Pro plus this heatsink fits in a PS5. I put a 1TB drive in it last night and have been playing FF7 Remake Intergrade off it with no problems.
I went with Samsung simply because I’ve been using Samsung SSDs (SATA and NVME) in my PCs for years with no problems.
Actually ordered 2.
Its a fraction taller then the dimensions in the instructions. But its this guy:
Double sided, if it fits, it sits, if not, maybe I can just band the top? Guess ill find out!
Any thoughts on PNY XLR8?
It seems to barely meet the read speed spec on paper but reviews seem to disagree…
Dude, wtf. Just plug your HDD into one of the ports on the back. Get a small USB Hub like this
Ive got the camera and the PSVR plugged into those.
That’s all you need, no switching around cables etc.
As far as HDMI 2.1 ... you don’t need it currently. HDMI 2.0 does [email protected] or . The PS5 doesn’t do anything with ALLM or VRR which would need hdmi 2.1 yet.
Just plug the PS into the PSVR and you won’t be missing anything.