Ok, so I have a pretty good Desktop gaming PC with 2 GeForce GTX1080 graphics cards with 2 seperate inputs in the back (1 HDMI and 3 display ports each) is it possible to use the HDMI port to let a friend use one of the cards to run a higher end game on his laptop?
I know external graphics boosters are a thing but...
I've only tried Steam, PSN, and eShop, but none of them take pre-paid visa cards. I would only presume that XBL would also not take them.
But what you can do: go to Walmart, GameStop, etc. and use the card to buy XBL gift cards, which then you can use to buy what you want in the XBL Marketplace. ...
I want to buy something with my account on xbox but im not supposed to be playing (my brother can though). If I were to buy something on my account will she be emailed which gamertag the giftcard was used on?
Pro let’s you play some ps4 games in upscaled 4K if you have a 4K tv. It’s not native 4K like the Xbox X. It lets you stream 4K movies if you have a 4K tv. You’ll get a performance boost with the PSVR. Go with the pro if you plan on getting the PSVR.
The pc will have a better sound card and less latency
So I m trying to connect my old ps2 to my tv. I ve found a couple of cables, including the Y PB PR (yellow, red, white) cables for audio and video input I believe. however, My tv does not have a yellow input, so I put it in the green one. By doing this I got a black/white screen, and without sound. Does anyone know...
Hey, I ve accidentally broke something in my mouse and I need to open it up but there are no screws etc.
Mouse: Hama uRage Reaper NXT
I'd recommend buying a new TV or look for a different console that is suited for your TV.
If your TV doesn't have a HDMI port then the image would look awful on it, you're buying a console capable of 4K and your TV can't even handle 2K.