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The PSVR launches this month, the media have had some hands-on time with it so a lot of reviews are starting to be released this week. Review Roundup Fairly mixed reviews, a lot of it will depend on the type of games you enjoy playing, the layout of your house, so if it's more VR friendly to have a console out in the lounge room or if you already have a PC set up there. $549 @ JB Hi Fi https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/vr-headset/playstation-vr-reserve-for-2016-shipment/945851/ Games SuperStardust Ultra VR https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/super-stardust-ultra-vr/971048/ Resident Evil 7 https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/resident-evil-7-biohazard/971037/ VR Worlds https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/vr-worlds-vr/971046/ Hustle Kings VR https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/hustle-kings-vr/971190/ RIGS https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/rigs-mechanized-combat-league-vr/971045/ EVE: Valkyrie https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/eve-valkyrie-vr/313766/ Battlezone https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/battlezone-vr/987723/ Driveclub VR https://www.jbhifi.com.au/games-consoles/platforms/playstation-4/driveclub-vr/987711/
For sale is custom gaming pc in a one-off case made specifically for this build. The case is a custom itx case built by a company called parvum in the UK. They do manufacture and sell matx cases but a year ago they were nice enough to make me an itx version. This build was on overclockers.net, parvum systrems and pccasegears Facebook page. Specs are as followed. *Core i5 4670k (never overclocked). *Asus ROG maximus impact z87 itx motherboard. *Corsair vengeance pro 8gb kit 2133mhz (red). *Samsung evo 250gb ssd. *Evga gtx 780 ftw dual bios. *Evga gtx 780 backplate. *Silverstone 450w sfx modular psu (gold). *Corsair h80i cpu cooler. *Bitfenix 24 pin red sleeved extension cable motherboard. *Bitfenix 8 pin red sleeved extension cable eps. Bitfenix 8 pin red sleeved extension cable pcie x 2. *Phobya 30 cm rgb led strip *Phobya rgb led light controller with wireless remote. *Phobya NB E - loop 1600 rpm radiator fans (red). *Phobya NB black silent pro 80mm exhaust. *Microsoft Windows 7 home premium. *Asus pb278q 27" 1440p monitor (purchased for $540) * custom one off parvum white/red acrylic itx case from the UK. B.y.o mouse/keyboard/speakers. Will not be selling these with the computer. Looking for $2200 including the 1440p 2560x1440 monitor. Michael on 0421333319. I do work full time so anytime from 7-6 please sms only, after that feel free to call.
Element Unknown posted a topic in Computer & Video GamesI have finally seen the light and spent the beans on a pair of Turtle Beach XP500's, totally changed the experience for me having only used regular Sennheiser stereo headsets and tv/hifi speakers. Soundwhoreing like a boss all up in this shiz with Dolby 7.1 surround! Answering phone calls from the missus like a champ without interrupting on-line game play! Digital sound filtering, enhance footsteps and filter out other unwanted noise. The sound quality isn't bad at all, have listened to misc and watched a couple of films as well on these , nothing to complain about. Maybe could have a bit more midrange and bottom end balanced out, however I haven't fiddled around with the programmable pre-sets yet so I cant say if that can be boosted/trimmed or not. Oh, you using these or something similar? please tell me how you like hearing people creeping up on you...