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Nov 30, 2012Yeah putting your console into the DMZ shouldn't really be that big of a deal. I don't think hackers could pull much from a PS3, but I'm not sure if any credit card info etc is actually stored on the PS3 itself.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Aug 31, 2012hiloser12221 posted a message on Oh boy that problems back. Cpu shoots one core to 100% while stuttering the entire computerWhy have you not contacted the manufactures about these problems? Most graphics cards have a 2-3 year warranty (IDK if you're in that time frame) and I believe Intel processors have a 3 year warranty on them as well.Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
Aug 31, 2012Posted in: Computer Science and TechnologyQuote from PAandW
>Developing for Android
Why don't you use Java since you know, that's what Android is made in?
Aug 29, 2012I just hope its not $20 like Dawngaurd...$10 would be somewhat acceptable, but I doubt this took them insanely long and I wish it would be like $5. Doubt its going to even be $10 though.Posted in: General Gaming
That's my only gripe with mainstream games DLC, the cost...lets put it into perspective. Skyrim was $60 and I more than got my moneys worth for it. Now lets assume that this DLC will be $20 and I buy it and Dawnguard, that's $40 more on top of the base game. If another DLC comes out (lets say it allows you to raise your own animals or something) and its $20, I will have bought essentially another copy of Skyrim.
Don't get me wrong, Skyrim is a great game, but the DLC costs pile up and it just gets annoying.
Aug 27, 2012Posted in: General GamingQuote from FillyRarity
I simply cannot wait for this game to go standalone. I'm just wondering, will the standalone game remain free?
While it's not confirmed the exact price, IIRC Rocket mentioned a price for the standalone.
Aug 27, 2012Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from teckmaster
Get an i3 instead, and a better monitor and keyboard. A 19" monitor...? Come on dude this is the 21st century. Also cheap wireless keyboards and general peripherals are a nightmare for gaming, get the wired equivelant.
I have a cheap wireless keyboard and mouse and I've had no problems with gaming...the only exception being I had a hell of a time finding a keybind for push-to-talk in mumble while playing ArmA 2 since just about every key has a purpose...
Aug 26, 2012Posted in: General GamingQuote from OrangeBunny2168
Im going to buy N.O.V.A 3 for my ipod touch 4g. I know it takes up a lot of space so can you tell me how much memory it takes? I have about 1.8 gb free space. is that enough?
Check the desktop app-store (online one) because that will have more info about how much the game takes up. It should be enough though, very few apps are >1GB
Aug 26, 2012Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
Well first, what are you using this computer for? Regardless, swap that 16GB kit to 8GB because you won't need 16GB.
Second, for gaming, that processor is horrible. If you must stay in that budget I suggest you switch to an i3-2100 and a Z68 motherboard. If you can go 100 over, I think you'll be able to get an i5-2500k.
So switch to 8GB of RAM, get an i5-2500k and a Z68 motherboard (or an i3-2120 if you don't want to add $100 to the cost) and get a TX650W V2. I don't have any knowledge about the GS700 but I can say the TX650W is a very good PSU.
Aug 22, 2012Hi guys, so prior to 1.3 I was able to run Minecraft fine (Far, fancy, smooth lighting etc) and it was great. Come 1.3, I launch Minecraft eagerly awaiting the new update. What I found was disturbing.Posted in: Legacy Support
First, my relevant specs.
- GTX 670 (stock speeds)
Anyways, currently my game looks like this:
In case you're wondering what the heck is wrong with it, the outlines around the blocks are white, if you look at the water you notice that the blocks are VERY distinct. It should not have those "ghost" outlines.
What's worse is my friend who recently bought a new computer (A6 APU with the on-chip graphics) and when I went over to his house, he did not posses this graphical bug. Another interesting note is my brothers computer (GTX 210, yes it's old but he doesn't do a lot of gaming) has these same graphical glitches. Is this a problem with nVidia drivers?
Any suggestions to solve this problem would be great.
Aug 21, 2012I think if you ever implement multiplayer, a central story might not be the best. For example in Runescape (don't flame I know it's a **** game but it used to be good) there is a very weak central story, sure there is lore, but there really isn't a central story like in say Skyrim or Fallout. I believe this makes the game easier to add new content too.Posted in: General Gaming
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