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About what? I got this and it's working flawlessly so far. I paid $37, it's pretty sweet. Anything directly connected to the MOBO will be better than USB or other connections (obviously barring something like plugging video cables into your GPU if you have one)
I've not touched Diablo 3 in a long time. I like the game, but it doesn't really capture my interest long term. Last time I played was with my WoT clan (we like to branch out).
In other news, a sort of new game, I've started playing LSPD:FR:
I'm not sure why, but I've taken a keen liking to the Park Ranger. I think I just like driving the "different" vehicle from everyone else. In LCPD:FR it was a necessity with my Charger since the game would run out of RAM if the computer could use it too. No one has figured out how to add custom vehicles to GTA V yet, just custom textures. Given that GTA V is 64 bit, if anyone is ever able to add cars, it should be a load of fun.
Also, Rockstar did apparently fudge the optimization with GTA 5, if to a far lesser degree than GTA 4. If you aren't using graphics features that require DX11, you seem to get better performance running the game in DX10 mode instead, at least for a lot of AMD cards. I'm quite happy about the AMD Gaming Evolved program now, since I doubt I ever would have found out if I hadn't checked it for suggested graphics settings (which I wish I had done first. Would have saved a lot of time).
D3 draws 2 main types of people endgame. Those that can grind grifts FOREVER, and those that play for a couple weeks (endgame content) and then take a break, then come back.
Looking at the list again with some clan mates, it does seem a little excessive. I would settle for what you said, a trimmed quest cape that didn't require 90 all/113 dg as well as a ton of other crazy requirements, but instead required some menial tasks... and then maybe also a master cape
edit: I'm not sure, this cape isn't going to become a comp/trim req is it??