lundell318

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  1. Rip 500k #2

    "Why so many snipers?" Ehm did I miss something but I only saw 1...
  2. Zombies Confirmed

    Probably poor internet and a strict router. With a person behind the PC without knowledge about ports etc And ofc a tad of devs "not doing their jobs"
  3. Post your RIG.

    CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600 (stock for now) CPU Cooler: Phantek ph-tc14pe Motherboard: ASUS Prime B350M-A Memory: Corsair 32GB (2x16) running at 2600MHz (For now, waiting for more stable BIOS) SSD #1 (OS): Samsung 840 EVO 120GB SSD #2 (Games): Samsung 750 EVO 500GB Storage #1: Samsung Spinpoint F3 750GB Storage #2: Random 1TB HDD 7200RPM Video Card: Sapphire R9 290 Vapor-X Edition (GPU Clock - 1100MHz, Mem Clock - 1500MHz) Case: Corsair Graphite 230T Power Supply: Corsair CX 850M 850W (Got it for cheap, see how long it will last) Monitor: AOC 24" Couldn't find many people in here using AMD for CPU not even the Ryzen
  4. Don't use DX12 for EFT. Choose Vulkan

    Why satisfy with DX11, Vulkan is the way to go As @Articulo said "It's basically DX12 but without the exclusivity clause (meaning you can use DX11 alongside other APIs, including Vulkan if you wish), it's optimized for 4-core CPUs (overwhelmingly the most popular CPU form factor) and most importantly it gets a lot more frames-per-second than Vulkan." 4 cores are low count with todays standard, fine you can go with DX11 but I would like to see Vulkan as an option aswell. You know for those PC's where it actually helps. DX12 is a dead race imo, it just shines with the old mindset "lets keep it to ourself" Vulkan opens up for gaming on more than one OS.