Honestly, I wouldn't mod it for visuals or fast travel. I've played through twice now and don't regret not looking for mods.
Later in the game, when you reach Skellige, there is an option to purchase maps from a vendor for 200 gold that enable fast travel to other points on the islands. At...
This is by no means complete. There have always been multiple PCs, and I can't remember the exact specs of them all.
Cyrix 150 120Mhz
Pentium 1 200Mhz MMX passively cooled with Micron heatsink. Love that thing. Still have it. PSU is probably on borrowed time.
Bought this just to hear Hellmarch. Honestly.
The full motion videos look worse than expected on a 1440 screen. But that’s to be expected
The high-definition fishing snap in until a minute or two after the first round. So at first I was fumbling to understand why it looked blocky and why I...
You guys have a very informative conversation going on here. Honestly.
But every time I see this thread pop back to the top I think I have a chance at getting some 14TB drives.. and It's tearing me apart :D
I ran into some odd issues with my Phanteks 90 degree PCIe riser cable. Ended up pulling it out of my system.
The riser cable worked with my old EVGA 980 SC and my new X570 motherboard. However, when I installed my new 3070 Founders Edition card, things went sideways.
Details below, for other...
As others have said, Right would be better. Less bending in the tubes is a good thing for fluid flow. Also keeps the tubes from developing a permanent kink. Putting the tubes in air flow probably doesn't hurt either.
Finding a way to keep the tubes off your GPU might be more difficult...
They do seem to last a long time. Though capacitor age/dry out seems to be the most common cause of death.
I still have a PSU in an old Pentium 200 that looks perfect and works. And an FSP 300W that I bought for my Celeron 300A build in 1999 that works great. Everything since then has died. :/
Baldurs Gate 1 & 2 and IceWind Dale (ignore the recent expansion to BG2) are totally worth the money.
Star Control I & II are both very good games. Though very old.
Gal Civ II Ultimate is probably the best $5 you can spend.
I absolutely love my NZXT Phantom 630
it's discontinued, but still available on Newegg and Amazon.
Thanks for your input. My other card is a gigabyte, and up until now, I had considered it to be the lesser of the two. I guess I'll see how things go over the next week. Hopefully MSI gets a replacement out to me soon.
It's been a long time since I last had to RMA a video card.
Those that have had to do it in the last few years, what's the turnaround time?
I'm on week 5 of an MSI RMA, as in, they have had it since November 27th. I understand the holidays can delay things, but I'm starting to feel like it...
Exactly what has happened to me.
There is a Corsair RM1000 sitting on my desk. I'm picking up two 7950s from a buddy on the way home where there is a new MSI Z87-G45 and a Core i3 waiting on the porch.
Tonight, Worker.2 goes from one 7950 to three and hopefully from 640 KH/s to 1920.
It's been killing me that my XFX 7970 ran slower than my MSI 7950. The updated BIOS seems to help. So the 7970 went from 480 to 550. Over 700 is possible when I put in -g 2, but the system consistently crashes when the batch file with -g 2 is run.
Regardless, thank you for posting this...
Boss wants at least 16TB for new backup space. Backup server is an IBM x3650 with 6x full 3.5 inch drive bays. (2x 73GB 15k SAS and 4x WD RE4 2TB 7.2k SATA). RAID card is a ServeRAID 8k.
Installed EXP3000 with 7x 4TB WD Enterprise SATA drives. However, ServeRAID Manager reports the 4TB...