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post #601 of 6598

Yay, DmC has options for HD textures, shadows, etc. Beat the first mission, no issues other than cinematics look straight console port.

post #602 of 6598

For some reason it's only just occurred to me that a lot of the ambient language is in Canto. Makes me quite happy since it's set in HK. They should get a full Canto language pack out.

post #603 of 6598

Good god, Cinema 4D's HAIR module is a broken mess, the documentation just shows some pretty pictures which are utterly useless for actually helping a person get similar result and every tutorial I see online is for making grass. 

post #604 of 6598
Thread Starter 

I'm back from my weeklong conference everyone!

 

Now to game

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Am I the only one who thinks those eBay gaming pcs are funny?
post #606 of 6598
Thread Starter 

What is funny about them?

post #607 of 6598
Quote:
Originally Posted by Parall3l View Post

Am I the only one who thinks those eBay gaming pcs are funny?
I do to... the quad core (A8) watercooled (H60) ones with integrated graphics? LOL! tongue.gif
post #608 of 6598

8 core AMD at 3.6GHz? Guess that's actually 28.8GHz.

 

Want to game? Here's a HD5450 GPU.

 

LOL

post #609 of 6598
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

8 core AMD at 3.6GHz? Guess that's actually 28.8GHz.

 

Want to game? Here's a HD5450 GPU.

 

LOL

Ebay:

 

Add in Hyper Threading if that was an Intel and that is 57.6 GHz!!

 

And it comes with a super Fast INTEL HD 3000 CHIP. For UBER fast GAMING performance!

post #610 of 6598

Slowly getting to grips the the pesky HAIR module. Not really liking the fringe atm, will probably rework it into a parting at the front instead. Happy with the back though. I think I prefer the black/really dark brown hair. The lighter brown tends to end up as an overblown reddish brown in strong lighting.

 

 

post #611 of 6598
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

8 core AMD at 3.6GHz? Guess that's actually 28.8GHz.

Want to game? Here's a HD5450 GPU.

LOL

Aha, nice one! I'm taking this as a joke on the architecture for a generic processor's speed really is stackable just because it's multi-core.

Seriously. Just no... not all softwares utilize every single core clocking at 3.6ghz "each" (in example case in quote). *facepalm*

But yeah. rolleyes.gif

Making a pipeline bigger (aka making more cores) isn't going to make a stream of water flow any faster. Might create programs better to utilize the cores in order to increase efficiency of the programs themselves (aka pushing more water in those pipelines in one go because of more space).
Edited by Tundramystic - 1/28/13 at 1:40pm
post #612 of 6598

Okay guys...

My new IPS monitor had a scratch in it, and Newegg is all outta stock of this model LG, so they're sending me a refund. 

So... Best monitor under $200 that's at least 23" and 1080p?

Thanks

post #613 of 6598
Thread Starter 

I gave you some links

 

The most get

 

Dell

HP

Acer

ASUS

 

At this price. LG and Samsung are fine but are hits and misses.

post #614 of 6598
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Okay guys...

My new IPS monitor had a scratch in it, and Newegg is all outta stock of this model LG, so they're sending me a refund. 

So... Best monitor under $200 that's at least 23" and 1080p?

Thanks

Dell refurb(Dell warranty service is amazing though)

LG(if there's another model)

BenQ, AOC, Viewsonic, Asus, Samsung, HP

 

At this price range everyone uses the same LG based panel anyhow(except Samsung who use their semi-proprietary PLS/IPS panel). Just pick the one with the best warrenty, looks and a sturdy stand.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tundramystic View Post


Aha, nice one! I'm taking this as a joke on the architecture for a generic processor's speed really is stackable just because it's multi-core.

Seriously. Just no... not all softwares utilize every single core clocking at 3.6ghz "each" (in example case in quote). *facepalm*

But yeah. rolleyes.gif
 

No, seriously!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/23-4Ghz-6-Core-USB3-HD-BluRay-Gaming-Windows-7-64-Bit-Desktop-PC-Computer-Tower-/121058090295?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item1c2f9fdd37

 

DAT 23.4GHz.

DAT HD6750.

post #615 of 6598
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Dell refurb(Dell warranty service is amazing though)

LG(if there's another model)

BenQ, AOC, Viewsonic, Asus, Samsung, HP

 

At this price range everyone uses the same LG based panel anyhow(except Samsung who use their semi-proprietary PLS/IPS panel). Just pick the one with the best warrenty, looks and a sturdy stand.

No, seriously!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/23-4Ghz-6-Core-USB3-HD-BluRay-Gaming-Windows-7-64-Bit-Desktop-PC-Computer-Tower-/121058090295?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item1c2f9fdd37

 

DAT 23.4GHz.

DAT HD6750.

What a good business marketer

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