• CIPWTTKT&GC v0x14 (v20): Turning it off and on all day every day
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[QUOTE=altern;37603089][url]http://facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1210950&p=37603076&posted=1#post37603076[/url] I'm disappointed, honestly[/QUOTE] Nah, I think Valve could do something cool with that, besides, it's literally the first thing we've seen of that project, compare the first thing they showed us of TF2 to what it is now.
So now my Server boots for hours every time I run dcpromo and then is stuck at a black screen with only a mouse forever, tried reinstalling WS2008R2 several times, and it always worked fine before I installed AD. Anyone have any idea what might be causing this?
[QUOTE=Rents;37603602]Nah, I think Valve could do something cool with that, besides, it's literally the first thing we've seen of that project, compare the first thing they showed us of TF2 to what it is now.[/QUOTE] Yeah, the first we saw of TF2 was practically a different product, so let's just wait till they revise it completely and build something else.
[QUOTE=GoDong-DK;37603981]Yeah, the first we saw of TF2 was practically a different product, so let's just wait till they revise it completely and build something else.[/QUOTE] That's what I'm saying, they wont release it until they've got something good.
So I built another i5-2500 rig for another audio related project and bought a cheapass Corsair Nova 2 SSD for it. (For reliability in crap on-the-road conditions, not speed) I need an SSD for my main machine now, it's insanely fast and it's not even a top spec SSD. Far from it. ._. Boot up from cold in under 18 seconds with windows 7, most of that time is the BIOS getting to grips with its existence. Speaking of reliability, I'm not too sure I trust Intel's push-pin heatsink mounting system for a system that will get thrown about a bit. I know the stock heatsink is fairly light but those pins look feeble. I might pull it apart and put some bolts through the motherboard (With appropriate washers and nylon locknuts of course) - AMD's camlock system is far superior.
The Intel heatsink mounts scare me, I always worry about putting too much pressure on it and busting the clip.
[QUOTE=Amiga OS;37605273]The Intel heatsink mounts scare me, I always worry about putting too much pressure on it and busting the clip.[/QUOTE] Oh god this so much It takes so much force and it feels like it's going to snap from a light touch
You can get heatsinks for Intels sockets where the heatsink screws into a backplate. I've only seen it on prebuilt heatsinks though.
Wait, this Spacebuild server's going to be Spacebuild 3 innit fuck, I haven't played since SB2, i wonder if I can rebuild Spaceboat...
[QUOTE=lavacano;37605949]Wait, this Spacebuild server's going to be Spacebuild 3 innit fuck, I haven't played since SB2, i wonder if I can rebuild Spaceboat...[/QUOTE] Yup, I'll be giving up my hover ball addiction and I'm going to try and get my shuttle to self upright with a few delta chips. Also I'm trying my hand at writing a simple DRADIS system with an E2 and a digital screen.
how do you report someone?
[QUOTE=altern;37606122]how do you report someone?[/QUOTE] [img]http://www.facepunch.com/fp/report.png[/img]
[QUOTE=superstepa;37605293]Oh god this so much It takes so much force and it feels like it's going to snap from a light touch[/QUOTE] I didn't have a problem with it when I installed mine. Took like 30 seconds.
[QUOTE='[EG] Pepper;37605885']You can get heatsinks for Intels sockets where the heatsink screws into a backplate. I've only seen it on prebuilt heatsinks though.[/QUOTE] I've seen quite a few waterblocks do this.
[QUOTE=nikomo;37601830]And I'm not even uploading yet since my ADSL is getting activated tomorrow. I was thinking about the list of addons, so far the list looks like this: [CODE] Carter's addon pack http://carterspack.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/carterspack/ SBEP http://spacebuild.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/sbep/ Wiremod Adv Dupe Spacebuild3 (LifeSupport3 etc.) http://spacebuild.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/sb3/spacebuild/ GravityHull http://gravityhull.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ Smart constraint Easy precision Pewpew[/CODE] I'll make SBEP work, apparently you just need to make stuff lowercase and that's just some basic Linux magic that I'll work out fast.[/QUOTE] I'd recommend getting Advanced Duplicator 2, it's much better than the first one [URL]http://advdupe2.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/[/URL] Also prop protection [url]http://falcospropprotection.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/[/url]
If I got those two asus monitors for the sides, can someone link me to a triple monitor stand that can handle a center 30?
I had a quick visit to the Mods and Addons section, haven't been there in a long while. I want to put a gun to my head and pull the fucking trigger, that place is worse than Gamespot's forums.
Oh wait shit. I calculated the pixel pitch and one of those 27"er koreans is effectively like a 29.5" equivilent. I have .2525 pixel pitch on my 30, but the 27"s are .2331, which I thought would be a big deal, but over the whole panel the diagonal is only half an inch or so off. I could live with that, and I could play games windowed fine. I just need to find a method to calculate the height difference. [editline]9th September 2012[/editline] Here is a visualizer thanks to an online calculator: [img]http://puu.sh/13DGW[/img] [editline]9th September 2012[/editline] The difference seems much bigger. Am I missing something? [img]http://puu.sh/13DJQ[/img]
[QUOTE=nikomo;37607765]I had a quick visit to the Mods and Addons section, haven't been there in a long while. I want to put a gun to my head and pull the fucking trigger, that place is worse than Gamespot's forums.[/QUOTE] good fucking shit those bastards made a rape SWEP i don't know what to say here
[QUOTE=lavacano;37607934]good fucking shit those bastards made a rape SWEP i don't know what to say here[/QUOTE] Oh god, you cannot be serious.
Link to rape swep please
[QUOTE='[EG] Pepper;37607958']Oh god, you cannot be serious.[/QUOTE] [url=http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1195105]I am unbelievably sorry[/url]
brt what website is that calculator on?
[QUOTE=lavacano;37608056][url=http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1195105]I am unbelievably sorry[/url][/QUOTE] Of all the things they could come up with...
[QUOTE=altern;37608163]brt what website is that calculator on?[/QUOTE] [url]http://tvcalculator.com/[/url] My hope is that they would be very close, but simply doing the vague screensize is bringing up diff results I need to look at pixel pitch calculators.
[QUOTE='[EG] Pepper;37607958']Oh god, you cannot be serious.[/QUOTE] you honestly can't be surprised.
[QUOTE=Amiga OS;37608556]you honestly can't be surprised.[/QUOTE] I don't go to that section.
Went to the Gamestop to pick up some extra controllers for my Gamecube (I only have one right now, wanted more in case I have people over). They were having a buy-two-get-two-free sale on GC games - picked up Double Dash, PN 03, Timesplitters 2 and Lord of the Rings: The Third Age, plus a memory card, one original GC controller and two weird Gamestop-brand ones for like $100, total. Between those, Melee, the first two Metroid Primes, Resident Evil 4, both Pikmins, Ocarina of Time, Twin Snakes, a Megaman collection and Sonic collection, I've pretty much got a full Gamecube library. Just looking for Windwaker, Soul Calibur 2 and Okami to complete the collection. And maybe I'll pick up some GBA games - I've got the GBA Player on my 'cube. And every time I visit Gamestop, their PC section shrinks more and more. It was down to three shelves, with one whole shelf for the Diablo "war chest" and Diablo 3. I don't even know why they bother at this point.
I'm pretty sure I have SC2 around here some where, probably missing the manual though.
Amazon has the monitors and lists them as 22"ers and also are prime so I could get them wednesday for free, or teusday for $7.98. $290 for two of them. Should I do it? [url]http://www.amazon.com/Asus-VS229H-P-22-Inch-LED-Monitor/dp/B005S0XYKK/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1347239347&sr=1-1&keywords=vh229h[/url]
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