The For Honor closed beta was announced last month and it now has a date.
Those who have signed for and are selected will be able to participate in the For Honor closed beta on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.If you have not signed up, do so through the official website. The beta will be available January 26-29.
During the closed beta, players can participate in War of the Factions, which will track every match across all platforms during the tester. Players will be rewarded for fighting for their factions, and additional rewards will be handed out to all of those who participate the beta.
These will transfer over to the full game at launch.For Honor will be released on February 14 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
U kiyala thiyana smahara dewal waradi or personal preference.
1060 nam ganna epo over 480!!! ehema ganne nvidia fanboy kenek witharai or melo hasarak danne nathi kenek.
best value for money is the 480!!
OC karanne naththam ganna eka therumak nehe. mage lagath thiyenne unclocked processor ekak but never have tweaked with the clock speeds. But perhaps the resale value will be relatively higher I guess.
FreeSync stock karanawa redline la me dawas wala. Habai mata nam hariyatama idea ekak netha. Hodama de thama tikak reviews, opinions kiyawanna.
Reddit wala AMD subreddit ekata yanna. Topics athi FreeSync gena.
SSD ekak aniwa ganna.
And the freakin PSU!!! IMO PSU is the most important part of a rig. So don't hesitate to buy a good one. Don't buy coolermaster, raidmax, armageddon shit.
Go for a gold, platinum 80+ efficency FSP/ Seasonic/ Silverstone/ Corsair one. FSP is relatively cheaper as I said before.
Spend good money on the PSU, GPU, SSD and the Processor (go for i5). RAM are usually the same. Hard prices are the same as well. + Buy a good air cooler.
Find something cheaper for the mobo (That'll support your needs) & casing. But better to choose a casing with good ventilation.
umbata graphics nam one, and hz gaana 60 walata wadaa one naththam , price ekath prashnayak naththam , 24" 1440p definetely worth it. higer resolution kiyanne maara smooth and nice, and as a bonus samahara graphics settings (like anti-aliasin) danna bari unath dukak naa, screen eka crisp nisa.
but fast phased gaming nam higher hz gaanakata yanna one.
Machan don't change your monitor or UPS. This is cause by electrical interference. HDMI signals are more sensitive to interference than VGA or DVI cables (if you used a VGA cable you'd not notice this problem). There can be many causes to interference such as improperly grounded cables to HDMI cables not being shielded properly. You'd have to try out each possibility to exactly find the cause.