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    1. This epic game is free today on stream, go grab one right now http://store.steampowered.com/app/38400/Fallout_A_Post_Nuclear_Role_Playing_Game/
    2. There are some pretty games now on humble bundle, including Rise of the Tomb Rider, but one is for free! Wanted to keep that in secret but title said it all :/ https://www.humblebundle.com/store/the-walking-dead-season-1 Have a nice play!
    3. Yes... they've done it... Looking at the trailer will help ya out to grab the main idea of this game which is avaible on Steam :/ (I ain't kidding ) More of panty party: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDEXPXfGca4
    4. Hello everyone, To celebrate the Easter Bunny, here a list of games I offer: Airscape - The Fall of Gravity Frederic Bundle : Frederic: Evil Strikes Back, Frederic: Resurrection of Music Plazma Being Terrorhedron Tower Defense The Howler Tracks of Triumph: Summertime Just ask me here to get your present Have fun.
    5. Simple cfg with 1 key you can check all cmds from sourcemod. alias smhelp smhelp1 alias smhelp1 "sm_help 1; smhelp2" alias smhelp2 "sm_help 2; smhelp3" alias smhelp3 "sm_help 3; smhelp4" alias smhelp4 "sm_help 4; smhelp5" alias smhelp5 "sm_help 5; smhelp6" alias smhelp6 "sm_help 6; alias smhelp smhelp7; echo press binded key for check sm_help 7 at sm_help 10" // added break here then u need press again for see next cmds if u have alias smhelp7 "sm_help 7; smhelp8" alias smhelp8 "sm_help 8; smhelp9" alias smhelp9 "sm_help 9; smhelp10" alias smhelp10 "sm_help 10; alias smhelp smhelp11; echo press binded key for check sm_help 11 at sm_help 14" // added break here then u need press again for see next cmds if u have alias smhelp11 "sm_help 11; smhelp12" alias smhelp12 "sm_help 12; smhelp13" alias smhelp13 "sm_help 13; smhelp14" alias smhelp14 "sm_help 14; alias smhelp smhelp15; eecho press binded key for check sm_help 15 at sm_help 18" alias smhelp15 "sm_help 15; smhelp16" alias smhelp16 "sm_help 16; smhelp17" alias smhelp17 "sm_help 17; smhelp18" alias smhelp18 "sm_help 18; alias smhelp smhelp1; echo reseted for sm_help 1 if u have more cmds u can edit this cfg and add more" bind "kp_pgup" "smhelp" // you can change this key kp_pgup = number 9 (numeric keyboard) you can copy/past it in your autoexec.cfg or save this cfg and exec ingame using console. local for insurgency ".../steam/steamapps/common/insurgency2/insurgency/cfg/" you can use in any steam game with sourcemod installed for tf2 ".../steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/cfg/" for csgo ".../steam/steamapps/common/Counter-Strike Global Offensive/csgo/cfg/" listhelp.cfg
    6. As of today 07:32 PST Seeing major #Steam connection manager servers downtime=> all steam servers are down. Thus no wonder you can't play both these games. To follow Steam on Twitter: https://twitter.com/steamstatus And here Steam status: https://steamstat.us
    7. Steam Autumn Sale 2016 - Introducing The Steam Awards! Announcement - Valve The Steam Autumn Sale 2016 starts now, with great deals across the Steam catalog throughout Black Friday and Cyber Monday*. Come back every day to see new featured titles, or check out the games that are recommended for you. In addition to discounts on thousands of great games, join the nomination process for the Steam Awards. Nominate your favorite games across a variety of categories, and earn profile XP and badges for participating! Your nominations will help determine the finalists for each category. In December, you can vote on the winners for each category during the Steam Winter Sale. *Offers end Tuesday November 29th at 10am Pacific. More than 12K items (games&dlc) are on sale right now on Steam, so better check it out! Source: http://store.steampowered.com
    8. AnnouncementDeep Silver Weekend - Up to 80% Off Deep Silver games13 oct Save up to 80% on Deep Silver games as part of this week's Weekend Deal*! *Offer ends Monday at 10AM Pacific Time http://store.steampowered.com/sale/deepsilver/ Few other promotions too which should be considered PAYDAY 2 free till one more and if ya wanna keep it 5 euros (normally 20 euros) http://store.steampowered.com/app/218620/ Brutal Legend 2.5 euros (normally 15 euros) http://store.steampowered.com/app/225260/?snr=1_7_7_204_150_2 Trine 2: Complete Story 2.5 euros (normally 17 euros) http://store.steampowered.com/app/35720/ Sanctum 2 3 euros (normally 15 euros) http://store.steampowered.com/app/210770/?snr=1_7_7_204_150_2
    9. <17.- Too good deal to pass, though it seemed to have some "personalisation"- I got some zombie DLC too.
    10. Simple cfg with 1 key you can check all cmds from sourcemod. alias smhelp smhelp1 alias smhelp1 "sm_help 1; smhelp2" alias smhelp2 "sm_help 2; smhelp3" alias smhelp3 "sm_help 3; smhelp4" alias smhelp4 "sm_help 4; smhelp5" alias smhelp5 "sm_help 5; smhelp6" alias smhelp6 "sm_help 6; alias smhelp smhelp7; echo press binded key for check sm_help 7 at sm_help 10" // added break here then u need press again for see next cmds if u have alias smhelp7 "sm_help 7; smhelp8" alias smhelp8 "sm_help 8; smhelp9" alias smhelp9 "sm_help 9; smhelp10" alias smhelp10 "sm_help 10; alias smhelp smhelp11; echo press binded key for check sm_help 11 at sm_help 14" // added break here then u need press again for see next cmds if u have alias smhelp11 "sm_help 11; smhelp12" alias smhelp12 "sm_help 12; smhelp13" alias smhelp13 "sm_help 13; smhelp14" alias smhelp14 "sm_help 14; alias smhelp smhelp15; eecho press binded key for check sm_help 15 at sm_help 18" alias smhelp15 "sm_help 15; smhelp16" alias smhelp16 "sm_help 16; smhelp17" alias smhelp17 "sm_help 17; smhelp18" alias smhelp18 "sm_help 18; alias smhelp smhelp1; echo reseted for sm_help 1 if u have more cmds u can edit this cfg and add more" bind "kp_pgup" "smhelp" // you can change this key kp_pgup = number 9 (numeric keyboard) you can copy/past it in your autoexec.cfg or save this cfg and exec ingame using console. local for insurgency ".../steam/steamapps/common/insurgency2/insurgency/cfg/" you can use in any steam game with sourcemod installed for tf2 ".../steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/cfg/" for csgo ".../steam/steamapps/common/Counter-Strike Global Offensive/csgo/cfg/" listhelp.cfg
    11. Nvidia's Pascal and AMD's Polaris architectures have stolen the spotlight in the GPU sector as of late, but it's Nvidia's previous generation GeForce GTX 970 graphics card that's still the most popular among Steam gamers, Steam's hardware survey for July reveals. Given how new Pascal and Polaris parts are, it's not surprising that Maxwell would still hold the top spot in graphics card ownership, at least for now. According to the survey, a little over 5 percent of Steam gamers wield a GeForce GTX 970 graphics card, compared to 3.59 percent who use a GeForce GTX 960 and, somewhat surprisingly, 3.09 percent getting their gaming fix with Intel's integrated HD Graphics 4000 to round out the top three spots. Positioning is likely to change in the coming months. Both Pascal and Polaris emerged with relatively high bang-for-buck propositions, though it will take some time for consistent availability. It won't be surprising if the GeForce GTX 970 still holds the top spot at the end of August. So what else are the majority of gamers running, according to Steam's system audits? If building a system based on the most popular parts from Steam's hardware survey, you'd have a dual-core rig clocked somewhere between 2.3GHz to 2.69GHz with 8GB of RAM, 250GB to 499GB of storage, and Windows 10 64-bit. And for those with single displays, the most used resolutions is 1920x1080. Now that you know what most Steam users are running and what the PC Gamer staff is rocking, tell us about your setup(s)! Source http://www.pcgamer.com/steam-hardware-survey-shows-geforce-gtx-970-still-holding-strong/
    12. Like the topic title says, it´s time for steam summer sale 2016: http://store.steampowered.com/ From biggest titles GTA V, latest DOOM and Tomb Raider have about 40% off. Witcher 3 is discounted also, it has had the best support I´ve ever had, bugfixes coming out even after latest DLC and patch. Not to mention the DLC Blood and Wine was very fun to play. My attention caught Shadowrun: Dragon Dragonfall DC, for only 3.- I´m aiming for latest Medal of Honor also. There´s time to grab a ton of more deals till 4th of July.
    13. Valve is preparing to implement Bitcoin support on Steam, numerous reports today suggest. The digital currency is likely to be a payment option quite soon, too, if screenshots taken from Steam's private developer forums are accurate. "We are excited to announce that Steam is going to start accepting payments via bitcoin," reads the announcement (via PCGamesN). "We’re using an external payment provider to process Bitcoin payments to help partners reach more customers on Steam. "Bitcoin is becoming an increasingly popular online payment method in some countries, and we’re enabling a system that insulates partners from risk and volatility while still providing value to the end customer." Steam will charge the user based on the current value of Bitcoin in their region – so it's not an exciting new way for Australians, for example, to bypass common region-specific cost increases. For developers and publishers, no action is required: they'll continue to set their prices according to whichever currency they prefer, and Steam's external payment provider will operate the currency conversion automatically. Meanwhile, the external payment provider will also convert the Bitcoin back to local currency on Valve's end. "At no time does Valve receive or hold Bitcoin," the announcement insists. Interestingly, the use of Bitcoin in Australia could lead to consumers side-stepping local GST costs, due to the government's view that Bitcoin is "akin to a bartering arrangement". According to Australia's tax website, "there will be no income tax or GST implications if you are not in business or carrying on an enterprise and you simply pay for goods or services in Bitcoin." While Australians don't pay GST on Steam purchases at the moment, they're likely to do so starting next year. It could also throw a spanner in the works regarding regional consumer protection laws, which cost Valve a lot of money recently. Source http://www.pcgamer.com/steam-is-reportedly-planning-to-accept-bitcoin/
    14. Valve Corporation, the company behind the Steam PC distribution platform, has been found guilty of breaching Australian Consumer Law due to Steam’s lack of a refund policy, as ruled by the Australian Federal Court and reported by Kotaku Australia. Steam did not have its current refund policy in place when proceedings commenced in 2014, involving allegations that Valve was in direct breach of Australian law which states: "It is a breach of the Australian Consumer Law for businesses to state that they do not give refunds under any circumstances, including for gifts and during sales." Today, the Australian Federal Court ruled that Valve had made "false or misleading representations in the terms and conditions contained in three versions of its Steam Subscriber Agreement and two versions of its Steam Refund Policy". These include: Consumers were not entitled to a refund for digitally downloaded games purchased from Valve via the Steam website or Steam Client (in any circumstances); Valve had excluded statutory guarantees and/or warranties that goods would be of acceptable quality; and Valve had restricted or modified statutory guarantees and/or warranties of acceptable quality. Although Valve sells games to Australian consumers through Steam, it does not have a physical presence in the country, which was a major cause of contention. Kotaku Australia reports that Valve stated that it did not officially trade in Australia, but only provided online access to video games through a client, which they felt did not fall into the definition of 'goods' as it is defined in Australian Consumer Law. Valve also stated that its Steam Subscriber Agreement is based in the law of the State of Washington, USA, and not that of Australia. Today, Justice Edelman ruled that Valve was indeed conducting business in Australia, due to the three aforementioned representations in the Subscriber Agreement, which involve conduct in Australia. In a press release, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman Rod Sims stated that: "The Federal Court’s decision reinforces that foreign based businesses selling goods and/or services to Australian consumers can be subject to Australian Consumer Law obligations, including the consumer guarantees." "This is also the first time Courts have applied the extended definition of 'goods' to include "computer software" in the ACL. It will provide greater certainty where digital goods are supplied to consumers through online platforms.” "Consumer issues in the online marketplace are a priority for the ACCC and we will continue to take appropriate enforcement action to hold businesses accountable for breaches of the ACL." Kotaku reports that a hearing on relief is currently scheduled for April 15, but there is no set amount for liability. Source http://www.gamespot.com/articles/valve-found-guilty-of-breaking-australian-law-with/1100-6436074/
    15. Valve is releasing the Steam Controller's mechanical computer aided design geometry for everyone to use under the Creative Commons license. This means the door is now open for people to add accessories and modify the look, however you still need to contact Valve for permission to sell whatever you create. This Dropbox link contains all the eDrawings viewer files you need, including Creo Express, Native Modelling, neutral exchange and 3D print files, so you've got compatibility with a number of different design tools. If you're having model related issues, Valve invites you to contact SteamHardwareFeedback@valvesoftware.com. The Steam Controller started shipping in October last year. It's available for $50 / £40 on Steam. We're giving the hardware and software a little more time to develop before declaring our final verdict on the controller, but we wrote about our experience so far last year. Source http://www.pcgamer.com/valve-releases-steam-controller-cad-geometry-so-you-can-mod-it/
    16. http://store.steampowered.com/app/282440/ I am downloading it as I am posting this , I wonder if they made any changes from the browser version. I'll post my thoughts in a moment.
    17. On the surface, the 2015 Steam Winter Sale seems fairly mundane as these things go: Good deals, cute comic, but nothing we haven't seen before. But maybe—just maybe—there's more to it than meets the eye. The Steam Sale Detectives on Reddit have discovered a rabbit hole, and at this point there's no telling how deep it goes. The “rabbit hole” is actually a hidden password prompt that can be reached by going to any Steam store page and typing “search” (without the quotes) and pressing enter. The prompt is apparently handled by this bit of “nothing to see here” javascript, which includes a link to store.steampowered.com/actions/clues. Entering the correct password will presumably lead to a different page, but there's no hint as to what it might be. Or is there? Of course there is! The first page of the Northpole Noir comic originally featured a barcode, which closely—but not perfectly—matched the barcode tattooed on Agent 47 of Hitman fame. Entering that code on the Steam store page for Hitman: Codename 47 results in another code, and that, appended to the Winter Comic URL, leads to an audio file: "I was on the right track. I could feel it. Tomorrow, I was going to search again." That's not all: The “incorrect” Hitman bar code replaces three numbers—6, 0, and 4—with three 9s, which also happen to figure prominently and in a similar sequence in a string of text hidden in the Northpole Noir “Sending a Message” trading card: 794E2CEA991. There are other potential clues as well, like the “nesse” printed very faintly in the bottom-left of the first page of the Northpole Noir comic, which just happens to be under the part of the cover that was torn away. Some or all of them may be red herrings, but one thing's for sure: There's a mystery here, and we need to solve it. Source http://www.pcgamer.com/something-strange-is-afoot-in-the-steam-winter-sale/
    18. Some Steam users' personal information was exposed for a period of time on December 25. Following a brief statement released a few hours after the problem cropped up, Valve today offered a more in-depth explanation of what happened. "About" 34,000 Steam users' information may have been accidentally shown to other users due to a "configuration error," Valve explains in today's statement. Only users who visited a page on the Steam store containing their personal information during this period--11:50 AM PST to 1:20 PM on Christmas--could have had it exposed to other users. That's a small reassurance, but Valve says it's attempting to identify those whose information may have been seen. Once it's done so, it'll be contacting those users. In the meantime, as it said on Christmas, there's no need to actually perform any actions, as the only thing someone would have been able to do is see other people's cached page information. (That said, it's probably wise to keep an eye on your credit card statements and credit report anyway.) As for how this happened in the first place, Valve says a denial-of-service attack targeted Steam in the early morning hours of Christmas. This in and of itself is not unusual, but it was the response that then caused the problems to occur. "[C]aching rules managed by a Steam web caching partner were deployed in order to both minimize the impact on Steam Store servers and continue to route legitimate user traffic," Valve explains. "During the second wave of this attack, a second caching configuration was deployed that incorrectly cached web traffic for authenticated users. This configuration error resulted in some users seeing Steam Store responses which were generated for other users. Incorrect Store responses varied from users seeing the front page of the Store displayed in the wrong language, to seeing the account page of another user." Once it was discovered this was happening, the Steam store, as we already know, was taken offline for a period of time. Valve says it "remained down until we had reviewed all caching configurations, and we received confirmation that the latest configurations had been deployed to all partner servers and that all cached data on edge servers had been purged." The company goes on to say it's working to ensure this kind of thing doesn't happen again in the future and apologizes to affected users: "We apologize to everyone whose personal information was exposed by this error, and for interruption of Steam Store service." Valve was criticized last week for what was perceived as a slow response, both in terms of a fix and an official statement. The latter ended up being sent to the media, including GameSpot, but until today there had been no official statement on Steam itself informing users that anything had happened. Source http://www.gamespot.com/articles/valve-explains-steams-christmas-day-issues/1100-6433430/
    19. The 2015 Steam Winter Sale has begun. As earlier reports indicated, the sale period started today, December 22, and will run for two weeks through January 4. In a news release, Valve said there will be discounts on "thousands of games and software." You can also collect Winter Sale-themed trading cards only available during the sale period. Some good deals include The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for $5, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for $30, Ark: Survival Evolved for $18, and Rocket League for $14. In addition, Valve is introducing the first-ever Steam Sale comic, called "Gingerbread Jake In: North Pole Noir." A new page from the comic will be revealed every day during the sale. Like the Fall sale before it, it looks like the Steam Winter sale won't include rotating daily deals--that means what's on offer now may be all you'll see for the duration of the sale. Source http://www.gamespot.com/articles/steam-winter-sale-begins-offers-thousands-of-disco/1100-6433318/
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      File Name: Steam Setup File Submitter: SvK2701 File Submitted: 16 Oct 2015 File Category: Communication Latest Steam Setup Click here to download this file
    21. Gonna spam this section with random ass gameplay! Started a new "Series" (lolwut) called Randomizer. It's basically gameplay where I don't need to focus on story let's plays, reviews, or being consistent. Mostly games with rogue-like elements, multiplayer focused, or just do whatever you want gameplay. Anything from Minecraft to COD to whatever else I can find. Starting this off with some GTA V gameplay to test it out. Dirt Bike Huntin'
    22. Running this game alongside my Saints Row 3 playthrough. Will post parts as they are uploaded. Review at the end. Youtube users feel free to subscribe or like for updates! Type: First Person Shooter, Story Driven, Sci-fi Dev: Irrational Games Publisher: 2K Steam Price: $29.99 ($49.99 for season pass bundle) Lowest: $7.99 (14.99 for bundle) Bundled?: 3 times. http://store.steampowered.com/app/8870/ Pros: Amazing Story. Amazing Story. AMAZING STORY. Cons: Linear gameplay. Limited weapon inventory.
    23. Valve's PC digital gaming platform Steam has reached a new concurrent user milestone. According to Steam's "Stats" page, 10,761,566 people were logged in at the same time on October 18. That represents a new all-time high, surpassing 10 million in June, which was up from 9.5 million in May. Steam is one of the most prominent platforms in all of PC gaming. By Valve's latest count, it had more than 125 million registered users and 6,000-plus games. The top five Steam games right now, based on current player count, are Dota 2 (free), Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Team Fortress 2 (free), Ark: Survival Evolved, and Grand Theft Auto V. In other recent Steam news, Valve has said it has no plans to bring advertisement to the platform. "It would be a bad business decision, let alone just dumb," Valve's Erik Johnson said. Looking ahead, Valve hardware--including the Steam Controller, Steam Link, and Steam Machines--go on sale in November. Source http://www.gamespot.com/
    24. With Valve's various Steam Machines launching next month, gamers will finally be able get to their hands on these compact gaming PCs. To help you get the full details before you potentially take the plunge, we've compiled all the Steam Machine's first wave details you need to know! This collection of over a dozen small living-room PCs--each with their own different specs, prices, and release dates--together encapsulate Valve's vision for Steam Machines: Scalable and modifiable units that aren't the typical desktop setup. Each box will come with SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system designed by Valve, along with a Steam Controller. Because the system runs on Steam OS, you won't have access to the complete Steam library; only Linux-supported games will work on the machine. For a full run down on what you can play, SteamDB has a comprehensive list of compatible titles. Listed below are all 14 current units, with final details and images. Those interested in buying can also find these machines on the Steam Store page. They will also be available for purchase at GameStop. Alienware Steam MachinesPrice: $480 upwards. Release date: Due November 10. Steam Page. Gaming laptop specialist Alienware offers a living-room PC with a glowing alien logo on its front panel, which depending on your taste is either a wonderful idea or cast-iron deal-breaker. There are four variants available, with the most basic offering 2GB of video memory, 4GB of system RAM, and an i3 processor. The high-end model doubles the system RAM and swaps the processor for an i7, making it a far more forward-thinking system. Pricing on the more advanced systems, however, is not available yet. All units can play up to 4 Steam Controllers at once. Specs:Alienware Steam Machine A CPU: Intel Core i3 Dual-Core processor GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX - 2GB GDDR5 Memory: 4GB DDR3L 1600MHz Storage: 500GB Hard Drive Alienware Steam Machine B CPU: Intel Core i3 Dual-Core processor GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX - 2GB GDDR5 Memory: 8GB Dual Channel DDR3L 1600MHz Storage: 1TB Hard Drive Alienware Steam Machine C CPU: Intel Core i5 Quad-Core processor GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX - 2GB GDDR5 Memory: 8GB Dual Channel DDR3L 1600MHz Storage: 1TB Hard Drive Alienware Steam Machine D CPU: Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX - 2GB GDDR5 Memory: 8GB Dual Channel DDR3L 1600MHz Storage: 2TB Hard Drive Alternate Steam Machines Price: $1100 upwards. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Alternate is positioning itself for the more affluent PC games enthusiast. Its range of Steam Machines start at $1100, and for this you can expect an NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750Ti and 8GB of system memory. That's not too distant from the more affordable Alienware system, but the key difference is Alternate's Steam box comes with a 500GB solid-state hybrid drive, which will theoretically make things run faster. Specs:Alternate Steam Machine Price: $1,099 USD CPU: Intel Core i3-4130 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750Ti Memory: 8GB DDR3-1600MHz Storage: 500GB SSHD Alternate Steam Machine - Advanced Price: $1,299 USD CPU: Intel Core i5-4570 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960 Memory: 8GB DDR3-1600MHz Storage: 1TB SSHD Alternate Steam Machine - Power Price: $1,499 USD CPU: Intel Core i5-4570 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 970 Memory: 8GB DDR3-1600MHz Storage: 1TB SSHD Alternate Steam Machine - Ultra Price: $1,899 USD CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980 Memory: 8GB DDR3-1600MHz Storage: 2TB SSHD Asus ROG GR8S Price: $700 upwards. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Hardware jack-of-all-trades Asus offers a compact PC tower with a unique, angular look. As well as being visually arresting, it's also designed to be upgradable with straightforward slide-off panels. The unit starts at $700 for a Intel i5, a GeForce 9 graphics card, and 4GB of system memory. The range on offer has some customisability too, with the option of paying extra of a solid-state hard drive. Specs: CPU: Intel Core i5/i7 processors GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 9-series graphics Memory: DDR3 4GB ~ 16GB Storage: 500GB/1TB 7200rpm HDD, or 128GB ~ 512GB SSD Audio: ROG SupremeFX 5.1 HD audio Network: Intel Gb LAN with 802.11 ac Wi-Fi Digital Storm Eclipse Steam Machine Price: $700. Release Date November. Steam Page.One for the traditionalists, the Digital Storm Eclipse comes in a familiar frame that can either stack vertically or horizontally. One of the benefits of this standardised size is that its graphics card can be swapped out, while other key components are upgradable too. Opting for a hard drive instead of solid state, the Digital Storm Eclipse offers 1 terabyte of storage at a reasonable price. Specs: CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960 2GB RAM: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Storage: 1TB 7200RPM Machnical Falcon Northwest Tiki Steam MachinePrice: $2000 - $5000. Release date: Due November. Steam Page. Just four inches wide and 13 inches tall, Tiki is a premium micro-tower that is described by manufacturer Falcon Northwest as the world's most powerful. It also has a shot at being the most expensive too, with top-of-the-line models fetching $5,000. GPUs range from GeForce 9 series to the Titan-Z class, with up to 8 terabytes of solid-state memory, and a liquid-cooled Intel i7. Comes in a range of colours too, which you can see in the gallery above. One thing worth asking yourself before you give into temptations to splurge: how much would this actually cost if I made it myself? Specs: CPU: Intel Core up to i7-4790K GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 900 series, including Titan and Titan-Z class Memory: Up to 16GB of DDR3-1866 MHz Storage: Up to 8 TB of SSD or SSDs and a standard HDD Completely customizable configurations Liquid cooled CPU Overclocking available Gigabyte BRIX Pro Price: $600. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Though some might find its stout body a little uninviting, Gigabyte's BRIX Pro is tiny, measuring just 62mm high and 114mm wide and deep. This barebones unit shrinks its size so rapidly by integrating its GPU onto its Intel i7 chip. The likelihood is you'll need to turn settings down on modern PC games. It also will require additional laptop memory and a 2.5 inch drive before it's up and running. Specs: CPU: Intel Core i7-4770R GPU: Intel Iris Pro graphics 5200 Memory: 2 x SO-DIMM DDR3L slots 1600 MHz Storage: Supports 2.5” SSD/HDD (1 x 6Gbps SATA3) Maingear DriftPrice: $850 upwards. Release date: Due November. Steam Page. It would be somewhat futile to gauge the value of the Drift since Maingear lists the cheapest price and the highest spec, but does not detail the prices relative to the specs. At maximum, the machine offers an i7 processor and a GTX 980, with the option to throw in up to 16GB of system memory, and two 1TB solid-state hard drives. It uses liquid cooling so will likely be quieter too. Specs: CPU: Up to Intel Core 4790K GPU: Up to NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980 and AMD R9 290X Storage: Up to 2x 1TB SSD and 1x 6TB 3.5’ HDD RAM: Up to 16GB of DDR 3 Memory Other: Epic 120 Liquid Cooling Materiel.net Steam Machine Price: $900. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Looking past its curious look (slightly resembling an unfinished washing machine), Material.net's imaginatively titled Stream Machine packs an i5 processor with a GeForce GTX 960, and a 1TB hybrid drive. The system memory spec isn't final yet, so it's hard to determine the true value of this set. Specs: CPU: Intel Core 4440 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960 OC Memory: TBD Storage: SSHD - 1TB To (8GB Nand) NextBox Price: $800 - $1300. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Straddling the line between creative inspiration and copyright violation, the NextBox offers a trio of mid-to-high-end systems emblazoned with a green X logo. Word of warning: Some might mistake it for an amp. The low-end unit offers an i3 processor, a GTX 750, 8GB or system memory, and 1TB hard drive for $800. Specs:NextBox Steam Machine - $800 CPU: Intel Core I3 4160 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Memory: 8Gb DDR3 Storage: 1TB NextBox Steam Machine - TBD CPU: Intel Core I3 4160 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960 Memory: 8Gb DDR3 Storage: 1TB CPU: Intel Core I5 4460 NextBox Steam Machine - $1300 CPU: Intel® Core™ I5 4460 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 970 Memory: 8Gb DDR3 Storage: 512GB SSD Origin Omega Steam Machine In a game of PC spec oneupmanship, OriginPC's Omega will prove hard to beat. The high-end model offers 32GB of DDR3 system memory, an Intel i7 4770k, up to three Nvidia GTX980 cards, and up to 14TB of disc space. That'll fetch you $5000, while the more modest systems start at $900. It also comes in a range of form factors, from bulky boxes to units that resemble hi-fi seperates. Specs: Price: $899 - $4,999+ USD CPU: Up to an Intel Core i7 4770k GPU: Up to 3-WAY Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Memory: Up to 32GB of 1866Mhz Storage: Up to 14TB Scan 3XS ST Steam Machine Price: $1000 - $1300. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Offering a console-sized system that's fully upgradable throughout, Scan's 3XS ST range offers three variants of a premium living-room PC. At $1000, the 3XSST offers 8GB of system memory, a GeForce GTX 750 Ti, and Intel i3 processor, and 120GB solid-state drive. Upgrading to the i5 and a GTX 970 will cost about $300 more. SpecsScan 3XS ST5 Steam Machine - $1000 CPU: Intel Core i3 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti Memory: 8GB of Corsair DDR3 as standard, with 16GB available Storage: 120GB SSD as standard, with larger options available Scan 3XS ST10 Steam Machine - $1160 CPU: Intel Core i5 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960 Memory: 8GB of Corsair DDR3 as standard, with 16GB available Storage: 120GB SSD as standard, with larger options available Scan 3XS ST15 Steam Machine - $1300 CPU: Intel Core i5 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 970 Memory: 8GB of Corsair DDR3 as standard, with 16GB available Storage: 120GB SSD as standard, with larger options available Syber Steam Machine Price: $500 - 1400. Release date: Due November 10. Steam Page.Syber is offering the widest range of Steam Machines, from humble $500 units (4GB RAM, AMD Athlon X4, 2GB Radeon R9) to high-end $1400 systems (8GB RAM, Intel i7, GTX 980 4GB). It resembles a PlayStation 2 if it were designed by Batman, with its corrugated plastic available in a range of hues. SpecsSyber Steam Machine A Price: $500 CPU: AMD Athlon X4 840 GPU: AMD Radeon R9 270 2GB Memory: 4GB DDR3 1600MHz Storage: 500GB 7200 RPM HDD Syber Steam Machine I Price: $700 CPU: Intel Core i3 4150 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750Ti 2GB Memory: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Storage: 1TB 7200 RPM HDD Syber Steam Machine X Price: $1400 CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980 4GB Memory: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Storage: 1TB 7200 RPM HDD Webhallen S15-01 Price: $950 upwards. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.Fans of Fred Perry apparel might have thought the outfitter has expanded into PCs when admiring the designer look of the S15-01. Manufacturer Webhallen says it has built the unit from the ground-up with optimum price in mind. It packs together an Intel i5, a 2GB GTX 960 and a 1TB solid-state hard drive for $950. Specs: CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960 2GB Memory: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Storage: 1TB SSHD Zotac Steam Machine SN970 Price: $1000. Release date: Due November. Steam Page.The SN970 delivers premium specs within a diminutive case, which explains the $1000 price tag. Zotac says the CPU will be Intel 6th gen, but didn't specify, along with a 1TB Laptop-size hard drive, plus a 64GB SSD for zippy booting. Perhaps the standout feature is the 3GB GDDR5 GeForce 970M. Specs: CPU: Intel 6th Gen Processor GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 970M with 3GB GDDR5 Memory: 8GB DDR3 SODIMM bundled Storage: 2.5” 1TB HDD + 64GB M.2 SSD Source http://www.gamespot.com/
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