Home • PC Game Hardware • And which one should you buy? Katharine Castle Hardware Editor 7th November 2019 / 3:50PM Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1660 Super is in a bit of an odd place right now. It’s a teensy bit faster than its non-Super sibling, the regular old GTX 1660, but not quite fast enough to really a proper impact on your minute-to-minute gaming performance. But given the GTX 1660 was already pretty close in speed to its more expensive cousin, the GTX 1660 Ti, is the GTX 1660 Super actually a way of getting Ti levels of power on the cheap? I’ve made some lovely bar graphs to find out. Nvidia GTX 1660 Super vs 1660 Ti: How we test Just like my GTX 1660 vs 1660 Super comparison piece, the main thing I want to find out here is how well each card runs at a variety of resolutions and graphics settings. Also like that particular test, I’ve only focused on 1920×1080 and 2560×1440 resolutions this time round, because, let’s … [Read more...] about Nvidia GTX 1660 Super vs 1660 Ti: Which is best?
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Home • PC Game Hardware • PC Game News • The Outer Worlds • 8 Katharine Castle Hardware Editor 1st October 2019 / 2:46PM AMD have announced a bunch of new game bundles for anyone thinking about buying one of their new Radeon RX graphics cards or Ryzen CPUs. Previously, AMD was giving away three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC with any new Radeon or Ryzen purchase, but now you can also nab a free copy of Borderlands 3, Ghost Recon Breakpoint and / or The Outer Worlds as well depending on what you buy. Starting from today (October 1st) until December 31st 2019, here’s how the Radeon and Ryzen bundles work, and which games you get with each product. Let’s start with the easy bits. On the graphics card side, anyone buying a new Radeon 7, Vega 56, Vega 64 or RX 560 GPU will just get three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC with their purchase. If you go for an RX 570, RX 580, RX 590 or AMD’s new RX 5700 / RX 5700 XT graphics … [Read more...] about AMD’s latest game bundle gets you free Borderlands, Breakpoint and The Outer Worlds
Home • Guides • The Outer Worlds • But what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long cryogenic sleep... Ollie Toms Guides Writer 12th November 2019 / 10:47AM The very first thing that you’re presented with upon starting a new game of The Outer Worlds is a wonderful selection of skills and attributes to choose from to customise your character, making it very clear that Obsidian know the best part of an RPG for many players is the character creation process. With this finely crafted array of skills, you can start to carve out the path of your character before you even set foot on Halcyon – and our The Outer Worlds skills & attributes guide will help you make the choices you truly want to make right off the bat, with detailed explanations of how each skill is used in-game, and how levelling up your skills actually works in The Outer Worlds. The Outer Worlds skills & character creation guide … [Read more...] about The Outer Worlds skills & attributes guide – character creation overview
Home • Guides • The Outer Worlds • Beginner's tips and advanced tactics galore! Ollie Toms Guides Writer 22nd November 2019 / 3:34PM The Outer Worlds may not quite be the largest RPG we’ve ever seen, but it sure does have a great deal of stuff to explore and experiment with, from the first moments (or in my case, half-hour) of character creation to the many different quests, enemy types, combat mechanics, stories, and interconnected systems you’ll encounter throughout your travels. Lucky for you, our The Outer Worlds guide series looks to furnish you with all the information you need, starting with the below 25 The Outer Worlds tips and tricks on everything from dialogue options to Workbenches. The Outer Worlds guide contents How to play (1-5) Character & Skills (6-10) Items & Equipment (11-15) Companions & Conversations (16-20) Combat & Stealth (21-25) 25 The Outer Worlds tips and tricks for beginners We’ve split … [Read more...] about The Outer Worlds guide – 25 tips that beginners need to know
Home • Guides • The Outer Worlds • 2 Tinker, Tailor, Solder, Modify RPS Hivemind 12th November 2019 / 10:54AM The Workbench in The Outer Worlds, among many other useful things, gives you the ability to apply all sorts of powerful mods to your weapons and armor. This alone makes the Workbench one of the greatest tools available to you, and the best part is that you can find at least one in pretty much every region of the game, including your own ship, the Unreliable. Our The Outer Worlds Mods & Workbench guide will ensure that you know exactly how to use this powerful piece of tech! We’ll go over tinkering to improve weapons and armour, adding mods to weapons, repairing damaged equipment, and more. The Outer Worlds Mods & Workbench guide The Outer Worlds mods & Workbench overview How to install mods – modify equipment in the Workbench The Outer Worlds mods list Repair items using the Workbench Tinker equipment – how to … [Read more...] about The Outer Worlds mods & Workbench guide – how to repair, tinker, install mods, and use the Workbench