What's the difference between DDR3 and DDR4? DDR3 had a good run, while DDR4 is the new memory of choice. DDR3 was first released in 2007 and used on everything from Intel's LGA1366 through LGA1151 (6th/7th Gen Core only), along with AMD's AM3/AM3+ and FM1/2/2+. However, all modern platforms (since 2017) have switched to being DDR4 only, and most Intel platforms shifted away from DDR3 with the 6th Gen Skylake CPUs. So if you're looking at an 8th or 9th Gen Core CPU or later, or an AMD Ryzen processor, you'll need DDR4.But what about older CPUs, and is there really that much of a difference between DDR3 and DDR4? The short answer is that yes, there are plenty of differences, but most of the time your motherboard will make the decision for you. A motherboard with DDR4 slots cannot use DDR3, and you can't put DDR4 into a DDR3 slot. But let's dig into the differences a bit more.4 PlayHere's our guide to the best DDR4 RAM options in 2019.DDR4 operates at a lower voltage than DDR3. DDR4 … [Read more...] about The difference between DDR3 and DDR4 RAM
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The latest footage from the next DC Films movie, Shazam, is all about the biggest difference between it and its predecessors. Shazam’s hero, get this, actually wants to be a superhero. “Shazam is one of very few superhero characters that is genuinely stoked to be a superhero,” says star Zachary Levi, in the new clip. “More often than not you’ve got a character who is begrudgingly pulled into this and everybody needs them and they’re like [clenches fist, looks away, deepens voice] Ohh, I have to save the world again. Billy Batson is stoked!” Levi plays Billy Batson in his superheroic form, while Billy himself is played by child actor Asher Angel. One of the oldest superhero stories still around, the original Shazam comics — under the name Captain Marvel (it’s a long story) — consistently outsold Superman in the early days of superhero history. And thanks to being out of production from 1953 to 1972 (another long story) the … [Read more...] about Zachary Levi explains the difference between Shazam and whiny superheroes
Bugger me, Paradox Interactive’s grand strategy games are a lot, right? If I could put that even more in bold, I would have fattened up like a sacrificial pig before god-appeasing slaughter, because they really are. My experience with Crusader Kings II, for example, mainly involved me staring at menus for half an hour then crushing half a pack of ibuprofen into a fine powder, mixing it into a hot chocolate, and cradling it while rocking back and forth in a corner for the evening. I am, to put it lightly, not a bountiful well of expertise when it comes to these devilishly complex map-painters. Which is why I was pleasantly surprised to find that, about four hours into Imperator: Rome, the thing had got its wreath-decorated hooks well and truly into me. “I think we’ve done a decent tutorial this time,” laughs creative director and Paradox Interactive co-founder Johan Andersson. “We worked a lot with the tooltips… you should be able to figure out … [Read more...] about Imperator: Rome finds the difference between obstruction and intimidation
The argument raged for millennia. Titans clashed on an appropriately dramatic field, with internet armies raging between their massive feet. “Will you choose to play as Alexios or Kassandra?” my local grocer cried, eyes wild with suspicion. “They’re both the same!” screamed a man set aflame. “Yeah, I’m picking Kassandra,” said literally everyone else. However, after playing through the three-hour opening of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey nearly seven times for you (and continuing to play over a dozen hours on a separate save) I can confirm that both Kassandra and Alexios are distinct, compelling, and valid protagonists. Choosing between Alexios or Kassandra colours the events of Odyssey in a multitude of ways, even moreso than FemShep and BroShep of the Mass Effect trilogy. Ways I am now going to describe, so that I can clear some of the several thousand screenshots on my hard drive. Odyssey opens with your mercenary contemplating their … [Read more...] about The subtle differences between Kassandra and Alexios in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
We’re going to talk about the difference between software and games. Now you might be thinking, “Why is this important? Why do I care? What’s the difference?” Well, software has very different design philosophies from video games. The thing about that is that software and games are usually made with some of the same technologies. Programming can carry over to making actual desktop software or you can make games with it. Web technologies, you can make websites with it, or you can make web applications and all that kind of stuff, or you can make HTML 5 games. You can make cool stuff like that. I’ve seen a lot of people a lot of people in the sofware programming industry or in the art industry or whatever. They have these specific skills set and they’re used to working on things. When they move over to game development, they find it very difficult because the design aspects of a game is very different from that of software. We’re going to talk … [Read more...] about What’s the Difference Between Software and Video Games?