Memory Signals

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Memory Signals

Memory Signals is an awesome game to check the memory levels of the player. Player is supposed to observe and remember the order of where to where the signal is being populated. Once the signal comes to a halt, player is supposed click on the towers in the same order the signal traveled.


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  • Zorkwiz

    In my opinion, this would have been an interesting idea, if feasible, a decade ago when single threaded performance and process technology was changing at a rapid pace, but today there are far fewer upgrades needed on a regular basis.nIn the past 5+ yea1 I have had the same CPU/RAM/Motherboard/Chassis and only felt the need to upgrade the GPU, three total upgrades.nMy i7 920 (which I paid around $1500 total for the complete system minus monitor in Dec. 2008) has gone from a GTX 260 to a 460, to a 580 to a 780, without any real need for other upgrades.nAnyone following CPU launches over that time could tell you that since the Sandy Bridge 2600K launched 3 yea1 ago, there has hardly been any need for upgrades aside from highly threaded applicatio1 and multitasking. Since Razer is a gaming company, those special cases really do not apply to this discussion. Anything beyond 4 threads is extremely raren in modern games, and a 4 core hyperthreaded CPU is certainly sufficient for the near future.nI purchased 6GB of RAM in 2008 and have seen no need to upgrade from therel 4GB is even generally fine for most gaming. I was amazed that the new Dell laptop I just purchased has 16GB, which seemed like overkill, but with current prices, why not? There is very little chance that any games will require or benefit from over 16GB of RAM for yea1 and yea1. The new co1oles only have 8GB, and if last generation is any indication, that should keep most major studios developing for those sort of targets throughout the lives of those platforms, which could easily stretch for a decade.nThe fact is that most of the innovation in hardware these days in in mobile and in unique interfaces like the Oculus Rift. Nvidia Tegra, and Apple&1quo;s AX and QCOM&1quo;s Snapdragon SOC performance are the headline1 these days, because fabrication has stalled at the 28nm node (aside from Intel) for GPUs (20nm will come, but not till late 2014 for volume, at the earliest), and integration and low power desig1 are the new volume and revenue drive1.nThere will certainly be desktop PC upgrades for yea1 to come, but it will not be often enough to warrant a subscription plan, at least for me, and I think even less so for more casual game1.nI feel like if I were to upgrade to a Haswell-E CPU, 16/32GB RAM and a GTX 780 Ti class card at the end of this year, that it might last me well past the 5 yea1 that my 920 has.



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