It was shocking to hear the sudden passing of Prodigy frontman Keith Flint last monday. I love The Prodigy heck anyone who grew up in the 90’s did.
Music for the Jilted Generation Music for the Jilted Generation was bloody awesome and still is. I played the hell out of that album on cassette tape. My favorite track has got to be “Poison” ive being playing the hell out of that for the last couple of months.
An absolute favorite tune of mine from the moment i first heard it back in the 90’s. This reworking is stunning and i actually hated it when i first hear it with the vocals as that’s not the way i remember it but ive grown to love it now.
I was wondering if my current PC’s motherboard which is almost 6 years old at this stage would cause a performance deficit with a Graphics card with a PCI-E 3.0 interface
This video on youtube from vmreviews seems to suggest that it doesn’t really matter and that the difference is minimal at best. From reading the comments people say its like a 1 fps improvement at best.
Another video seems to suggest the same result;
Motherboard upgrade: The problem lies in upgrading an entire motherboard for just PCIE 3, it doesn’t make sense. Its difficult to know but the above video seems to show that there’s no real benefit.
Motherboard ,CPU and Ram Upgrade: This would of course bring a better results but its almost impossible to guess how much benefit it would yield. I would guess a 20% increase in overall performance would be possible? Not something possible and still way too expensive to do.
5 Years on and still going: My current PC setup has been going for almost 6 years, which to be honest is almost incredable. the only upgrade ive made in the time was to switch out the CPU from an AMD FX 4350 (Quadcore) to an AMD FX 8350 (Octocore) and ive no complaints in performance regarding most current PC titles. This is the longest peroid of time where ive not upgraded my PC.
Im not sure what it says about the state of the PC hardware market where i feel games are being held back by the consoles.
Backup your save file before you do anything: Type the following in the windows run dialog (Windowskey+R) to view the folder where your save game is located.
Make a copy of the folder inside you should see a folder beginning with st_<bunch of numbers here>
Your NMS save file is located in; “C:\Users\windows_username\AppData\Roaming\HelloGames\NMS”
If the No Mans sky CE (Community Event) put you in the wrong galaxy after doing the quest heres how you get yourself back to the galaxy you were in. Example I was teleported back to “Euclid” galaxy when it should have put me back in the galaxy i came from the “Budullangr”.
Save Game Editor:
You’ll need to download the No mans sky save editor from; Download here