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January 21, 2021, 05:46:43 PM

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Game Chat / Re: Teardown
Last post by Mr. Analog - January 13, 2021, 07:29:43 PM
Quote from: Lazybones on January 13, 2021, 06:13:26 PMIF the mission seems impossible you just are not cheating / bending the world enough LOL.

Haha ain't that the truth!!
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Game Chat / Re: Teardown
Last post by Lazybones - January 13, 2021, 06:13:26 PM
I have sunk about 13.2 hours into Teardown so far. At first, I was trying for perfect missions but as they got harder, I have been just getting past a few.

MOST missions are plan, setup, parkour on a time limit, but there are a few variations and unique missions tossed in.

One thing to note is that most heavy vehicles have extra controls. The crane has an arm that moves up and down and the hook can latch and unlatch from things it is touching, flat bed tuck / trailer units have gates that lower.. The forklifts work etc.

Given that everything is made of voxels, I am surprised at the level of detail in the vehicles.

Also,, if you feel like optional objectives feel impossible due to something you can't destroy you may just need to come back later after getting weapon upgrades.

IF the mission seems impossible you just are not cheating / bending the world enough LOL.
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Game Chat / Teardown
Last post by Mr. Analog - January 13, 2021, 05:59:47 PM
I gotta say, I've only played about 30 minutes but man what a fun game! You can pretty much destroy anything with the tools you are given and you get missions that take advantage of that ability.

So far what I like is planning a route through an area, breaking down any obstacles in the way of that route and then doing the mission, it satisfies both sides of the brain (though I have to say I prefer the smashy-smashy side of things lol)

Also at first I couldn't figure out what use the spray paint would be but basically you can use it as a guide for when you need to follow your own routes and not get lost when the time pressure is on.

Finally, the game looks incredible. The 3D pixel art is pretty damn impressive and looks really good even close up. The art design is pretty awesome too particularly the overall mood of the different levels, each one has its own personality.

Looking forward to playing more of this game!
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Minecraft / Re: MINECRAFT
Last post by Mr. Analog - January 13, 2021, 05:52:37 PM
So! A couple things:

1. Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders works great with the RTX 3080! *mwah* chef's kiss

2. Sildur's Shaders DOES NOT play nice (unless you like low FPS jank)

Which is a shame because I find SEUS a little too dark in caves and at night but it's just so damn pretty otherwise (dat water UNF) I can't stop using it.

Also did Optifine hide the VSync option somewhere? I can't seem to find it. Not that I need it but when I was trying Sildur's I thought it might make a difference and it was nowhere to be found.
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Tech Chat / Re: Best case for airflow?
Last post by Melbosa - January 12, 2021, 09:30:25 AM
That is good news!
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Tech Chat / Re: Best case for airflow?
Last post by Mr. Analog - January 12, 2021, 05:40:36 AM
Worried about nothing. I'm running HWMonitor and it says my CPU is hitting a max of 70°C and my GPU is hitting 77°C, mobo is only hitting 39°C

All within tolerable limits

I guess I'm just not used to pushing my system this hard and actually feeling the heat come off it

I may still look at a new case though, we'll see.
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Tech Chat / Re: Upgrading RAM dare I upgra...
Last post by Mr. Analog - January 11, 2021, 09:10:55 AM
Yeah I agree it's a little wonky. This machine is a pre-built from MemEx I only ever open it up for cleaning so I never really thought about it until Melbosa was over on Saturday and remarked on it.

Guess that's another thing for my upgrade list lol

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Tech Chat / Re: Best case for airflow?
Last post by Mr. Analog - January 11, 2021, 09:07:47 AM
Thanks for the suggestions! I'll definitely look into options

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Tech Chat / Re: Upgrading RAM dare I upgra...
Last post by Lazybones - January 10, 2021, 08:08:46 PM
Quote from: Melbosa on January 10, 2021, 06:23:27 PMI've never encountered one that exhausts forward to the front of the case, and moved hot air over the RAM.  Its like it was installed backwards.

Most of the time your exhaust direction is Front in to Back/Top out.

O I thought it was blowing DOWN as most stock heat sink / fan units blow down and only the big tower units blow in a direction other than that...

If it is blowing from the rear to the front it that is odd. It may just be installed backwards or have different mounting options and the wrong one was selected? Maybe the fan mount can be reversed?

Regardless of case that should be corrected, blowing down on the chip, back or up are the only directions that make any sense.
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Tech Chat / Re: Upgrading RAM dare I upgra...
Last post by Melbosa - January 10, 2021, 06:23:27 PM
Quote from: Lazybones on January 10, 2021, 04:08:41 PM>stupidly the heat sink I have is pointed at my RAM.

That is normal and really not a bad thing.

Actually its not the Heat Sink, his CPU fan exhausts to the front of the case, over the RAM.  Usually it would exhaust upwards, or out the back of the case, depending on the type of Heat Sink.  I've never encountered one that exhausts forward to the front of the case, and moved hot air over the RAM.  Its like it was installed backwards.

Most of the time your exhaust direction is Front in to Back/Top out.
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