Regarding this post: http://www.hardocp.com/article/2010/02/11/dont_buy_global_agenda_editorial
Global Agenda announced that they are going subscriptionless (probably already a post somewhere in here on that), and the game is 33% off on Steam.
I'm looking at it, and either my forum...
Given the reaction from HardOCP over Global Agenda's treatment of multi-monitor support, and BioShock 2's multi-monitor problems, maybe the forces of Tech can be used for Good rather than Retribution.
For those interested in the basic details, the thread on the City of Heroes forum is here...
Currently my main system is using an Asus M2R32-MVP motherboard. The board has served me well, going from a Socket AM2 3200+ to the 6000+ to the current Phenom 9600... but after a disaster with a DFI LanParty x58-TH36 where I wound up with 12gigs of DDR3 memory (2 kits of triple channel 6gig...
Okay: short version. I've got an I7 920 processor on DFI's Micro-ATX Crossfire / SLI board. It's not running yet due to problems with incompatible memory ... but I hopefully should be in a position to obtain compatible memory next week.
On the first power-up though, I noted that the stock...
figured I'd toss this up here since there are newegg ads all over the forums and HardOCP.
small picture to show sort of what happened.
This is the first time that I've ever had such brain dead...
In a chat room just a few minutes ago, I saw this comment
Now... I called bunk on the comment stating that the only Windows 98 releases were Windows 98 (FE) and Windows 98 Second Edition. According to Microsoft.com, these are the only two branded versions of Windows 98.
So... my question...
finally got around to giving my systems list a much needed overhaul
I realize placing a list of systems in the [H] forum is the equivelent of asking to have my host /.'ed, but I'll risk it to be a showoff for once :D
Probably other linkups with more data out there... but it appears that Acclaim employees are now going without pay and that some have been locked out of their studios...
kinda of going for a reality check here. I have no troubles loading the CS : Source game onto my P4 and AXp systems. But when I try to load to any of the A64 systems the game loads up and I get the double faced ops, then the game CTD's.
I've tried looking on the Steam Forums, but no help...
once again I see a [H] news person display a shocking lack of knowledge about a subject.
Wether or not you like it, Nintendo has the creds to speak about online functions and play that neither Sony Nor Microsoft have. Nintendo was one of the first gamer organizations to go online. Their so...
Recently given an old HP and old Compaq comuters I decided to rob the systems of parts and ressurect a Gigabyte GA-7ZX with a Duron 750 using the other computers RAM, Hard-drive, cables, Cd-drives and power supplies (the last of which turned into a no-go and I put a junk 500watt in there...
I got this little PM from somebody. Seems to think he's something.
Well Hitech-Hate. You misplaced your message. This should have gone to the trash bin.
um. No. The Xbox is a standard PC with a non-standard Celeron Processor.
Correct. The Xbox actually has a list of games that...
I already posted this on Anand... so now I'm going to see if the uber geeks here can help me fix this.
Oh... and C'n'Q ? it is disabled.
CPU-Z version 1.21.
Number of CPUs 1
Code Name ClawHammer
Specification Mobile AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 2800+
Family / Model /...
I was about to put this in the general hardware thread... then decided I post this here.
I'm sure everybody has a preference for game controllers, wheels, and other devices, but I'd like to know... what keyboard mouse combo do you use?
Me? I prefer Datel's/Mad-Catz PowerBoard/Sharkboard...
As the title states, I'm dealing a Dell Optiplex GX270 computer.
The computer is running the Intel P4 2.8ghz. According to CPU-Z
Number of CPUs 1
Code Name Northwood
Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz
Family / Model / Stepping F 2 9
Extended Family / Model 0 0
Some time ago I picked up 2 WRT55AG Linksys routers as I needed one to network, and the other as an access point... I figured... perhaps wrongly at the time, that I could just stick the second router in bridge mode and it'd work like an access point and draw and give the IP's from the first...