I am a fan now of this music genre that I grew up with it is a mixture of 80’s and 90’s synthesizer music. Check it out…
I am what people would call a GAMER and this music just speaks to the gamer in me.
So I decided to pledge to the YOUMO Kickstarter, check it out I think it is a really cool idea.
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The official Logitech G logo.The official AMD Gaming logo.The official Seasonic logo.The official XFX logo.The official GIGABYTE logo.The official Kinguin logo.The official STEIGER DYNAMICS logo.The official VisionTek logo.The official ASUS logo.The official NZXT logo.The official G.SKILL logo.The official MSI logo.The official HipStreet logo.The official COUCHMASTER logo.The official JRiver logo.
Gaming Tribe, the world’s first social network for tech-savvy gamers, has partnered with Logitech G, AMD Gaming, Seasonic, XFX, GIGABYTE, Kinguin, STEIGER DYNAMICS, VisionTek, ASUS, NZXT, G.SKILL, MSI, HipStreet, COUCHMASTER, The Bright and JRiver for a SEVERE GIVEAWAY EXPERIENCE!
TWO Grand Prize winners will each receive a stunning gaming HTPC, meticulously handcrafted by STEIGER DYNAMICS in Silicon Valley, and equipped by AMD, Seasonic, XFX, VisionTek, ASUS, NZXT, G.SKILL, Sony, Couchmaster, CyberLink, JRiver and Microsoft. These two BEASTS are brutally powered by dual XFX AMD Radeon R9 390X graphics technology and augmented with the latest Logitech G peripherals.
The two Grand Prize winners will also receive both, the Tom Clancy’s The Division and Far Cry Primal PC videogames, selected and offered by Kinguin.
The combined value of both Grand Prizes is $7,800.
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THREE First Prize winners will each receive several PC components, courtesy of AMD, MSI, GIGABYTE and Seasonic, so they can build their own gaming HTPC:
• AMD Athlon X4 880K (4.2 GHz Turbo) CPU
• MSI AMD Radeon R7 370 Gaming 2GB GPU
• AMD Radeon R7 16GB Performance Series (2x8GB) 1866MHz memory
• GIGABYTE GA-F2A88X-D3HP motherboard
• Seasonic 620W M12II ATX12V V2.3 / EPS 12V V2.91 Bronze Certified PSU
The combined value of the First Place Prizes is $1,890.
THREE Second Prize winners will each receive a Hipstreet Phoenix 10.1″ TFT-LCD Quad Core 32GB Bluetooth Android Tablet w/ HDMI output. [more details]
The combined value of the Second Place Prizes is $480.
FIVE Third Prize winners will each receive HITMAN The Full Experience, selected and offered by Kinguin. In Hitman, you are Agent 47, the world’s ultimate assassin. Backed by your long-term handler, Diana Burnwood and the power of the International Contract Agency you operate on all continents across the globe to unravel a conspiracy originating from the highest echelons of the world’s power elite.
The combined value of the Third Place Prizes is $300.
The total value of the prizes: $10,470.
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I bought a founder package a few week ago and now the second beta is opening up this weekend. I hope it runs nicely on the laptop that I am using right now it would suck if it didn’t. I will say this I did install the simple character creator to test it out and it runs so I have hope. I also beta tested Blade and Soul which I liked a lot, so I am going to build a beast of a machine to play all the games I bought into.
At this time, I have these games that I want to play on a regular:
- Blacklight Retribution
- Ghost in the shell – online
- Blade and Soul
- Black Desert Online
- Counter Strike: GO
I have other games to but those are the ones that I really want to play on my computer. I do have a PS4 but I lost interest and at this time I am waiting for PARAGON beta. I am going to be posting my build list and a photo of my parts when I get them all. I think I will record the build and take photos to just share the build.
Well I was sent an invitation to play ESO for a small period of time, I am guessing that they updated some of the things that just wasn’t working when I first try the beta a year ago. I loaded on my work laptop cause I don’t have space on my pc and it seems to run smooth with even all my work apps running. I am guess they worked on optimization a bit. This would allow for more people to give the game a try and open the door for more users. Well going to post maybe some photo and video if possible.
Until next post..