• Battlefield v5: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a LAV!
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[QUOTE=eddy-tt-;34772429]I used to get that all the time with the drivers made specifically for BF3 on my radeon, updated since then and it's stopped happening. Completely different cards but same sketch, have a look to seen if it's not overheating or something. Only other thing I can think of which might cause it.[/QUOTE] took this after a match [img]http://i.imgur.com/SurTr.png[/img]
[QUOTE=Techbot;34772822]took this after a match [img]http://i.imgur.com/SurTr.png[/img][/QUOTE] Are you using stock fan?
[QUOTE=Techbot;34772822]took this after a match [img]http://i.imgur.com/SurTr.png[/img][/QUOTE] Jesus fuck get a better cpu cooler, an nvidia at ~80c is normal though ingame.
[QUOTE=Techbot;34772822]took this after a match [img]http://i.imgur.com/SurTr.png[/img][/QUOTE] Holy fucking batman, how do you get an i5 to 85C?
[QUOTE=SataniX;34772912]Holy fucking batman, how do you get an i5 to 85C?[/QUOTE] Easy, stock intel cooler. Mine was hitting 92c on it a few days ago before I was able to replace it. Fucking glad I did, its performance has gone up quite a bit. How intel thinks that pathetic thing is safe to ship with that cpu I have no idea, but from reading over the 2500k runs fine up to around 105-110c but fuck I wouldn't trust it.
FP Squad domination [url=http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf3/battlereport/show/21887817/1/189265889/][img]http://i.imgur.com/0GUSO.jpg[/img][/url]
84C isn't too bad for a GPU, it's hardly ideal but most GPUs can withstand it. Though 80+C on a CPU isn't a good thing at all. Most struggle to cope with >80C.
are you fucking kidding me [img]http://i.imgur.com/romJc.png[/img]
[QUOTE=Techbot;34773359]are you fucking kidding me [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/romJc.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] what speaking half english - half french? j'ai name is Sourcegamer8
I have never gotten a legitimate answer to "why do you kick for language? The game is rated M, THE CHARACTERS ARE CONSTANTLY YELLING PROFANITIES? CAN YOU NOT HEAR THEM YOU DEAF FUCKS??" Game disconnected: you were kicked by an admin. Stated reason: wach ur mouth fgt.
Kicked because he doesn't speak French. Makes sense really, people complain when people don't speak English on a lot of the servers.
[QUOTE=Techbot;34772822]took this after a match [img]http://i.imgur.com/SurTr.png[/img][/QUOTE] My 2500k rarely goes above 65ºC with the stock cooler at 3.3ghz. Even your north-bridge is overheating, your case must be [I]really[/I] hot and cramped.
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=MZMlITOAMpw[/url] Why didnt media tags work?
Is there a way to fix the "Battlefield 3 has stopped working" error? It happens every time I try to launch the game
[QUOTE=Techbot;34773359]are you fucking kidding me [img]http://i.imgur.com/romJc.png[/img][/QUOTE] Ahh help I'm getting my shit pushed in here!
[QUOTE=jaybuz;34774050]Kicked because he doesn't speak French. Makes sense really, people complain when people don't speak English on a lot of the servers.[/QUOTE] thissssssss
It seems like spotting is not illuminated enough in the PS3 version of the game. I had absolutely no clue how to mark/spot enemies on any class until today after I had been playing for a month. My friend came over and asked me "Hey, why aren't you marking your targets? You can still do that even when you're not Recon." ... "What do you mean marking targets?" Yeah. The game didn't ship with a manual (which normally lists all of the controls and important features) and even the Prima game guide for BF3 doesn't tell you how. It just blindly repeats "Always mark your targets kids, lol!" Since it never listed a specific button, I assumed it just meant to 'keep an eye on' the enemies near you and alert your teammates somehow. After my friend made this comment to me, I set about trying to figure out how the fuck you actually mark somebody. "How do you mark a target in Battlefield 3 PS3" yielded a a fuckton of angry forum posts about how people never mark their targets. [i]Well how about you fucking tell us, dickweeds?[/i] Finally, after digging around on some obscure fan forum, some kind soul was kind enough to leave the comment "btw mark is the select button". Was that so fucking hard? It's a really useful feature, but it was NOT intuitive, at least the situation I was put in with the PS3 version. On a side note; when flying the helicopters (any type), does one need to constantly hold Throttle-Up to stay in the air? I keep getting Engine 1 RPM warnings and my chopper's health slowly depletes and I'm afraid I over-rev the engine.
[QUOTE=thirty9th;34774656]It seems like spotting is not illuminated enough in the PS3 version of the game. I had absolutely no clue how to mark/spot enemies on any class until today after I had been playing for a month. My friend came over and asked me "Hey, why aren't you marking your targets? You can still do that even when you're not Recon." ... "What do you mean marking targets?" Yeah. The game didn't ship with a manual (which normally lists all of the controls and important features) and even the Prima game guide for BF3 doesn't tell you how. It just blindly repeats "Always mark your targets kids, lol!" Since it never listed a specific button, I assumed it just meant to 'keep an eye on' the enemies near you and alert your teammates somehow. After my friend made this comment to me, I set about trying to figure out how the fuck you actually mark somebody. "How do you mark a target in Battlefield 3 PS3" yielded a a fuckton of angry forum posts about how people never mark their targets. [i]Well how about you fucking tell us, dickweeds?[/i] Finally, after digging around on some obscure fan forum, some kind soul was kind enough to leave the comment "btw mark is the select button". Was that so fucking hard? It's a really useful feature, but it was NOT intuitive, at least the situation I was put in with the PS3 version. On a side note; when flying the helicopters (any type), does one need to constantly hold Throttle-Up to stay in the air? I keep getting Engine 1 RPM warnings and my chopper's health slowly depletes and I'm afraid I over-rev the engine.[/QUOTE] Eh, whats your PSN ID?
[QUOTE=thirty9th;34774656] On a side note; when flying the helicopters (any type), does one need to constantly hold Throttle-Up to stay in the air? [B]I keep getting Engine 1 RPM warnings and my chopper's health slowly depletes and I'm afraid I over-rev the engine.[/B][/QUOTE] You get that warning when the chopper's health is below 100%, and that's pretty much all the time. And no, you can't over-rev the engine
[QUOTE=eddy-tt-;34772977]Easy, stock intel cooler. Mine was hitting 92c on it a few days ago before I was able to replace it. Fucking glad I did, its performance has gone up quite a bit. How intel thinks that pathetic thing is safe to ship with that cpu I have no idea, but from reading over the 2500k runs fine up to around 105-110c but fuck I wouldn't trust it.[/QUOTE] Which aftermarket cooler do you suggest? I'm using stock cooler but on an i5 2500, 1155 socket on the motherboard if I recall.
[QUOTE=Mr. Agree;34775180]Which aftermarket cooler do you suggest? I'm using stock cooler but on an i5 2500, 1155 socket on the motherboard if I recall.[/QUOTE] Don't worry, I highly doubt you bought a non-1155 i5-2500k I recommend the Hyper 212 EVO, but previous hyper 212's are good too. [editline]19th February 2012[/editline] But i doubt you're overheating on a non-k processor.
[QUOTE=BrainDeath;34775411]Don't worry, I highly doubt you bought a non-1155 i5-2500k I recommend the Hyper 212 EVO, but previous hyper 212's are good too. [editline]19th February 2012[/editline] But i doubt you're overheating on a non-k processor.[/QUOTE] my 2500 gets over 70C regularly when playing battlefield and a few other games. Rarely above 75C but it's possible
[QUOTE=Mr. Agree;34775180]Which aftermarket cooler do you suggest? I'm using stock cooler but on an i5 2500, 1155 socket on the motherboard if I recall.[/QUOTE] [URL="https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Cooling/CPU+Coolers/be+quiet!+Dark+Rock+Advanced+Quiet+CPU+Cooler+?productId=43590"]I'm using this[/URL] but pretty much anything like the Hyper 212 EVO which was suggested above is just as good/better. Or you could go crazy and get a Noctua NH-D14 which is huge but a really good air cooler.
[QUOTE=eddy-tt-;34772977]Easy, stock intel cooler. Mine was hitting 92c on it a few days ago before I was able to replace it. Fucking glad I did, its performance has gone up quite a bit. How intel thinks that pathetic thing is safe to ship with that cpu I have no idea, but from reading over the 2500k runs fine up to around 105-110c but fuck I wouldn't trust it.[/QUOTE] S1155 is safe up to 72C in theory. Even stock cooler shouldn't go above 65C, so you can't have it applied properly.
Anyone else have their Origin client labeled as "Origin Beta"
[QUOTE=BrainDeath;34775411]Don't worry, I highly doubt you bought a non-1155 i5-2500k I recommend the Hyper 212 EVO, but previous hyper 212's are good too. [editline]19th February 2012[/editline] But i doubt you're overheating on a non-k processor.[/QUOTE] It's not the heat of the stock cooler, it's the noise :v:
[QUOTE=jaybuz;34774050]Kicked because he doesn't speak French. Makes sense really, people complain when people don't speak English on a lot of the servers.[/QUOTE] actually it's because they got a language mod say fuck or similar 3 times = kick :suicide:
[QUOTE=SataniX;34775678]S1155 is safe up to 72C in theory. Even stock cooler shouldn't go above 65C, so you can't have it applied properly.[/QUOTE] It was applied correctly with a fair amount of thermal paste, issue was the stock pointed the airflow in the completely wrong direction in my case. PSU was blowing into the CPU, the CPU was blowing in the side of the case and my GPU was blowing all of its heat into the bottom of the case with the cases side fan struggling to move it all around. Now though I've got the heat from the CPU going right out the back with the heat produced from the PSU's fan as well, only problem I have now is getting airflow into the bottom for the GPU.
[url]http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf3/battlereport/show/21923417/1/187906020/[/url] Obvious hacker ruining a game. God. Damnit.
Had an AMAZING round on Wake Island Rush today. Spent it in the gunner seat of a Viper, and HOLY SHIT the pilot was good. We never crashed, and he easily flew under that small bridge, and in the end, landed in the fucking HANGAR. Damn, that was so fun. [editline]20th February 2012[/editline] [url]http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf3/battlereport/show/29803629/4/212406835/[/url] I'm iEzhik, KeViNeM94 is the pilot. It's on the PS3 version, so the scores are low.
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