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Leopard 1 Jan
Quoting: F.Ultra
Quoting: Leopard
Quoting: Linas
Quoting: axredneckCan you add "VRAM amount" ?
Wouldn't GPU model tell you that?

Nope.

As in i use a GTX 1050 mobile, which has 2 versions. One with 4 gb vram, other is with 2 gb vram and that is the only difference.

GTX 1050 desktop only has 2 gb vram model so things are clear there.

Isn't that GTX 1050 Mobile vs GTX 1050 Ti Mobile?

No?

GTX 1050 Ti mobile are all 4 gb vram, GTX 1050 Mobile has 2 variants, one with 2 gb vram, other with 4 gb vram.
Quoting: ShmerlIn regards to future proofing - hard to say. On one hand you don't want to change monitors often. On the other hand they do improve gradually. I think the most practical is to have a monitor that's somewhat better than you current GPU can saturate. So over a few GPU upgrades it will sync up. But not too much better. Since by the time that will sync up, new monitors at that time will be better in some other ways too.
Thanks, some good advice. I'll have to think some more about what I want to get.
F.Ultra 1 Jan
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Quoting: Leopard
Quoting: F.Ultra
Quoting: Leopard
Quoting: Linas
Quoting: axredneckCan you add "VRAM amount" ?
Wouldn't GPU model tell you that?

Nope.

As in i use a GTX 1050 mobile, which has 2 versions. One with 4 gb vram, other is with 2 gb vram and that is the only difference.

GTX 1050 desktop only has 2 gb vram model so things are clear there.

Isn't that GTX 1050 Mobile vs GTX 1050 Ti Mobile?

No?

GTX 1050 Ti mobile are all 4 gb vram, GTX 1050 Mobile has 2 variants, one with 2 gb vram, other with 4 gb vram.

Ok, I have only seen 2GB versions of the 1050 Mobile so I assume that the 4GB one is quite rare?
Lightkey 1 Jan
Quoting: F.Ultra
Quoting: LeopardNo?

GTX 1050 Ti mobile are all 4 gb vram, GTX 1050 Mobile has 2 variants, one with 2 gb vram, other with 4 gb vram.

Ok, I have only seen 2GB versions of the 1050 Mobile so I assume that the 4GB one is quite rare?

I've just had a look at geizhals.de and only found five notebook models with a pure GeForce GTX 1050. One had 2 GB, two had 4 GB.. and two had 3 GB, which is not what expected to find.
pageround 1 Jan
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Im lucky enough to be on a labtop with a 165hz display. Although I dont know if I could detect a difference with a 60 or even 30 hz display. Also, I try to be conservative with temperatures and try to not stress things to extend the hardware's life, so I will limit games to 60hz if i have the option in-game.
Leopard 1 Jan
Quoting: F.Ultra
Quoting: Leopard
Quoting: F.Ultra
Quoting: Leopard
Quoting: Linas
Quoting: axredneckCan you add "VRAM amount" ?
Wouldn't GPU model tell you that?

Nope.

As in i use a GTX 1050 mobile, which has 2 versions. One with 4 gb vram, other is with 2 gb vram and that is the only difference.

GTX 1050 desktop only has 2 gb vram model so things are clear there.

Isn't that GTX 1050 Mobile vs GTX 1050 Ti Mobile?

No?

GTX 1050 Ti mobile are all 4 gb vram, GTX 1050 Mobile has 2 variants, one with 2 gb vram, other with 4 gb vram.

Ok, I have only seen 2GB versions of the 1050 Mobile so I assume that the 4GB one is quite rare?

Not rare. Hp, Lenovo, Asus, Acer are the ones that i know that had 1050 4GB models. In Asus's case, there was two even. One sold under the ROG family while other one is from FX series.

Probably Clevo and bunch of other brands that just puts their brand over Clevo laptops had too.
t3g 2 Jan
For game controllers, I am currently using an Xbox Elite v2 and I was curious if you could add the Elite controllers to the list. :-)

As for VR headsets, I have an HP Reverb G2 (not in the list) but I'm not sure how popular that is either. Maybe you could add a general "Windows Mixed Reality" headset. Sounds kinda weird running on a Linux OS though heh.
Liam Dawe 3 Jan
Quoting: t3gFor game controllers, I am currently using an Xbox Elite v2 and I was curious if you could add the Elite controllers to the list. :-)
Added.

Quoting: t3gAs for VR headsets, I have an HP Reverb G2 (not in the list) but I'm not sure how popular that is either. Maybe you could add a general "Windows Mixed Reality" headset. Sounds kinda weird running on a Linux OS though heh.
Added Reverb G2.

Also added a bunch of 8BitDo Gamepads.
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