I have nearly two decades of experience in IT, computer repair, and related fields and will attempt to provide the most solid, brand-agnostic advice when it comes time to purchase a new computer, or upgrade an existing machine. I can answer anything from the seemingly basic to the downright complicated - and will do my best to provide this information in a clear and concise manner. I have a personal interest in PC gaming, and can apply my experience to such an end. Questions related to 3D games on OS X or other platforms are less likely to get answered.
Nearly two decades of experience in and around IT.
15+ years of experience and education.
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Unfortunately there isn't really a clear-cut answer here, primarily because we aren't talking about something as simple or proprietary as an iPhone. Instead, the PC market is driven by release schedules
Which version of the Xbox did you buy? The original Xbox, the Xbox 360, or the Xbox One? Generally speaking the answer to your question, with respect to game consoles, is "no" however the Xbox One
I would need more information about how you're measuring frame-rate, and what games you're talking about to provide a more directed response. That having been said, your CPU is likely part of the "problem"
Can you elaborate on what you mean by "dipping a significant amount of frames"? Do you mean the frame-rate is lower than you'd like? What kind of FPS target are you looking for, and what are you realizing?
Generally not, due to the file structures that most digital download services (e.g. Steam, Origin) implement. Downloads from GOG, however, can be moved around like this without trouble (the installers