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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    yeah its so blazing fast that sometimes it took longer to realize that the loading is done and you have to press a key to continue lol
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    seriously impressive
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    faster than doom 2016
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    doom eternal even on a 5400rpm hdd loads fast on pc
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Major Aly said:
    Tsushima was unbelievably, insanely fast
    Yep, that's just good optimization without needing a super fast media.
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  • Major Aly Major Aly:
    Tsushima was unbelievably, insanely fast
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  • Major Aly Major Aly:
    Doom Eternal on PS4 with SSD also loads up in seconds
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  • NaNoW NaNoW:
    work
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  • NaNoW NaNoW:
    yo
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    monday hai bhai, sab kaam karte hain (hopefully)
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    Itna sannata Kyu hai Bhai
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    @Chandoo Mafia cracked. Go go.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    m2 sata after all :p
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    256GB M.2 SATA SSD
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    or a much lower speed one
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    10 seconds on nvme? thats not possible... unless its m2 sata, not m2 nvme
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    maybe 10~15 seconds, I don't exactly recall right now
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Didn't you play Doom Eternal? It practically loads in a second
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Chandoo said:
    maybe its a selective ignore where shouts/posts get selectively ignored based on content ? :p
    THIS is next-gen (of ignore systems) :ROFLMAO:
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    my laptop has an m2 ssd
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Borderlands 3 200+ second load time, jayzus .. I played it on PC and don't remember any more than a couple of seconds
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    CerebralTiger said:
    Apparently not, since he could still see stuff I found worth noting in the Cyberpunk thread :ROFLMAO:
    maybe its a selective ignore where shouts/posts get selectively ignored based on content ? :p
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Chandoo said:
    ignore list phir chalu ? :p
    Apparently not, since he could still see stuff I found worth noting in the Cyberpunk thread :ROFLMAO:
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    shovelling ain't fun at all
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    Necrokiller Necrokiller: yeah its so blazing fast that sometimes it took longer to realize that the loading is done and...