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  1. Yeah, but this has actual PS2 boards in there. It is a great example of what Sony could have done with the hardware they had, so long ago.
  2. Wow, even better graphics, that's amazing. Although I'm a terrible pilot, and probably on a list since the first thing I did when airborne was crash into our local hospital, It's been a while since I played Chuck Yeager's Flight Trainer.
  3. Found the keyboard codes as well. Might have to install it one more time.
  4. EVGA updated their z370 BIOS' to support resizable BAR for AMD and Nvidia GPUs. Not sure how this will affect performance on my 8086k yet though. Here's the link to the matx z370 1.16 BIOS https://www.evga.com/support/download/showdlinfo.aspx?id=17652&type=N&acctype=BIOS&accversion=1.16&part_number=121-KS-E375 Currently running with a 6900XT
  5. Broke 3 Caps on my 1080ti, so I had to buy a new GPU. I guess I was lucky I found a 6900XT at what ASRock lists as MSRP, on the plus side my wife didn't notice the extra cost of a new Silicon Power 1TB NVME drive This is the ASRock Phantom Gaming 16GB, it is freaking huge, barely squeezing into my Cooler Master HAF-XB, Dust filters unfortunately removed for airflow.
  6. If they had just cancelled the PS4/Xbox version I feel the game would have been able to keep much more of it's content intact. The Execs really shot themselves, and their programmers in the foot promising a game like this on such old hardware.
  7. One for the Doctor

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