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    Nvidia gets game ready for Tekken 7 & Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    Both games are about a week away from release.
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    Re: Nvidia gets game ready for Tekken 7 & Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    [...] Nvidia recommends a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.
    Of course they do.

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    Re: Nvidia gets game ready for Tekken 7 & Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    Trekkies chomping at the bit
    Mr Tyson - the phrase is 'champing at the bit', not 'chomping'

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    Re: Nvidia gets game ready for Tekken 7 & Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy75 View Post
    Trekkies chomping at the bit
    Mr Tyson - the phrase is 'champing at the bit', not 'chomping'
    Actually the original phrase is correct as it is the most commony used phrase than champing

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    Re: Nvidia gets game ready for Tekken 7 & Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    Quote Originally Posted by Aberdonianman View Post
    Actually the original phrase is correct as it is the most commony used phrase than champing
    Actually both are perfectly correct. Champing is the older form and refers more to chewing noisily, while chomping technically refers more to things that are champed and then swallowed. Since horses do (or certainly should) not swallow their bits, champing would technically be the more accurate... ya know, if ya wanna get into 'splitting heirs' and all that!!

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    Re: Nvidia gets game ready for Tekken 7 & Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    Tekken 7's recommended specs are pretty high in comparison to similar looking Unreal Engine games. Seems like it may not have been to well optimised.

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