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Kona-Rider1 MarzocchiMTB's article
Oct 28, 2014 at 13:13
Oct 28, 2014
Marzocchi - Ask Us Anything
This doesnt quite answer my question (27,5" compatibilty and weight i dont care about at all) i meant how the fork feels different on the trail (smoother/stiffer/tracks better)
Kona-Rider1 MarzocchiMTB's article
Oct 28, 2014 at 12:21
Oct 28, 2014
Marzocchi - Ask Us Anything
I currently have a 2012 888 EVO RC3 on my bike and am considering upgrading to a 380 (probably the non-ti), where would you say the 380 is better than the 888 and would you think it is worth it (take into considaration im a poor college student and i had to save for a year to afford a new fork)
Kona-Rider1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 13, 2014 at 9:07
Sep 13, 2014
Top Three Finds - Interbike 2014
Sure the SSD is faster than HDD. But you wont notice that in games, it may prevent the occasional texture-lagg and shorten loading times, but it wont improve your fps (atleast not noticably). Id im sorry SATA II will not limit your drive in real world applikations.
Kona-Rider1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 13, 2014 at 7:34
Sep 13, 2014
Top Three Finds - Interbike 2014
Sata III doenst preform better with normal HDD's then does Sata II. So it wouldnt make a difference if the PS4/XBOX1 had SataIII. And having your game on an SSD is a little bit faster than on a HDD, but its only very little and you wont notice a difference except when benchmarking. And you cant compare bandwith on a PC Graphics Card to the consoles, because the CPU GPU and (V)RAM sit on one board (they even share the same memory). Oh and both the PS4 and the XBONE run the graphics clocked at 800Mhz. Although since everything is way better optimized on the consoles (think about it - they just have to optimize for 1 CPU/GPU) so it actually makes more sense comparing the picture of the consoles to those renderd by a PC. If you look at comparisons for games like Watch Dogs you will find Tests saying the PS4 offers the same Picture as the PC Game with High/Ultra settings but without the AA/AF. Sorry if I made any mistakes, explaining such technical stuff in englisch is hard for me 8)
Kona-Rider1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 12, 2014 at 14:06
Sep 12, 2014
Top Three Finds - Interbike 2014
Here for example: http://www.anandtech.com/show/6972/xbox-one-hardware-compared-to-playstation-4/2 And the r9 270 has 1280 shaders
Kona-Rider1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 7:57
Sep 11, 2014
Top Three Finds - Interbike 2014
Sorry LindLTaylor, your wrong, the graphics chip in the PS4 and Xbox One is based on the GCN (Graphics Core Next) Architekture, like AMD's current PC Graphics Cards (The PS4's chip has 1150 Shaders and 72 ROP's (XBOX1 768 48 ) which makes it comparable to a r9 270 and because stuff is better optimized for the consoles than for PC (and you have less driveroverhead and so forth..) the new/current consoles should have enough power to run a virtual reality headset. You wont be able to run a simulation with it though, as the processor is only a Jaguar based AMD CPU. And Sony is developing their own Virtual Reality Headset called Project Morphius (dont know if i spelled that right)
Kona-Rider1 mdelorme's photo
Sep 8, 2014 at 17:36
Sep 8, 2014
I hate to say it but belgian beer sucks

Kona-Rider1 davetrump's photo
Sep 8, 2014 at 15:46
Sep 8, 2014
i think thats a girl

Kona-Rider1 redbullbike's article
Jul 30, 2014 at 5:36
Jul 30, 2014
Video: First Look at the 2015 Specialized Demo
And it was originally called Horst Link, and only reffers to the pivot on the chainstays beeing before the rear wheel dropouts. Specialized bought the pattent and now call it FSR...
Kona-Rider1 redbullbike's article
Jul 29, 2014 at 10:08
Jul 29, 2014
Video: First Look at the 2015 Specialized Demo
I just dont get one thing, the chainstay pivot is around the BB right? But then they put a Horst Link on it which takes all the advantages of having the pivot there away, but still having the negatives?!
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