Sn1PeR's forum posts

#1 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

I am at a loss for words. I have never before been so saddened by the death of someone I never knew. Ryan left behind quite an impression.

#2 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

Anyone else get a real Super Smash Brothers Pika-Thunder vibe from that youtube video?

#3 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

Cheaper to tether...

#4 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

@BionicRadd: You do know that you can disable any ad pop-ups in Steam right? It's in the settings menu - turn off the notify me of upcoming releases/sales/etc. When Steam opens on my machines all I see is my games list and friends list. The only time I ever see ads is if I open the store - and those are ads for sales/new releases on the Steam store, as expected on a store front. Honestly my first thought when I read your post was, "Steam has ads?".

#5 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

Amazing job! /followed

#6 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

@FlemmingM said:

I pimped my saw-mill...

Bling bling dwag!

I knew that mill was dangerous! I was literally just there 30 minutes ago. Any side quests to pickup at that location?

#7 Edited by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

@bonorbitz: What PC issues? Crossfire/SLI scaling is pretty bad, but that will be fixed on the driver end. Aside from menu scaling in eyefinity (fixable using memory hacks found on the WSGF for now) I haven't run into any issues (~6-hours in).

#8 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -

This is an unsettling trend. Devs finish the game for consoles in time to go gold for disc pressing, then start focusing and inevitably delaying the PC version. It's a completely unacceptable practice.

Why have these delays gotten no press? The only people aware of it already pre-ordered the game :(

#9 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -
#10 Posted by Sn1PeR (141 posts) -
I'm pretty sure SSD caching only works on Intel Z68 chipsets.  I haven't heard anything about it coming to modern AM3+ AMD chipsets.  I do believe it will work with a raid array of mechanical drives on a z68 chipset though.   You'll want a SLC based SSD because of all of the abuse caching will put on it.