Palit RTX 3080 Ti Game Rock OC Review

Total Warhammer II

Palit RTX 3080 Ti Game Rock OC Review

Total Warhammer 2

Creative Assembly rewrote the book for strategy games with their Total War series, and with Total Warhammer they brought fantasy into that sphere. Total Warhammer 2 took all that was great about the first entry and filled it so full of content that you can play the Mortal Empires campaign for literal years if you wish. The CPU does as much work as the GPU here, thanks to hundreds of units and vast draw distances. Bring on Warhammer III already.

Palit RTX 3080 Ti Game Rock OC Review  

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09-07-2021, 10:25:40

Deadtroopers
Looks like it was dropped and the glass shattered. I guess it could go with the shattered window held together only by the peel on both sides of i after courier carelessnesst. I like Palit (Galax, KFA2, HOF. Same people), nowt wrong with the hardware; but that shattered placky look belongs in my great neices's dress-up box :-)



Why is this posted in Audio? It can't be that loud!Quote

09-07-2021, 16:20:34

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Deadtroopers View Post
Looks like it was dropped and the glass shattered. I guess it could go with the shattered window held together only by the peel on both sides of i after courier carelessnesst. I like Palit (Galax, KFA2, HOF. Same people), nowt wrong with the hardware; but that shattered placky look belongs in my great neices's dress-up box :-)



Why is this posted in Audio? It can't be that loud!

I think the Gskill Royal Memory was an inspiration for this. they actually work really well togetherQuote

10-07-2021, 14:04:21

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
I think the Gskill Royal Memory was an inspiration for this. they actually work really well together
True, but that "Game Rock" logo just completely ruins it. Overall look of luxury, but then having a guitar hero looking logo on the top of it... Meh.Quote
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