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  1. No, that requires some extensive work and they are not adapted yet
  2. Best: - I enjoyed the battle a lot, nice foggy environment Worst: - being spotted on a sneaky attack to Petite. I walked almost all the way from the south main. WASTED Funniest: roadkilling 6-7 guys on a row around Petite, one of them afrom my squad hehe. Collateral damage
  3. Not mandatory to use CMP maps. I'm up for the idea of making these events if official maps are used. All the mapping needed would be to add rally point's mechanic, which is 1 line of code and can be automated. That was excatly the mistake made in the past, CTF, TeamCup, etc. New gamemodes which need lots of work and mapping preparation, usually in CMP maps which also need work... This can be an opportunity to play push maps the right way. I personally love that kind of gameplay style but it isn't played as it should in public servers. Usually only 1-2 squads per team focus on teamplay. Also this can be used as a test platform for new mechanics that could be later introduced to campaigns.
  4. I had a lot of fun in BF2 for many years. It would be great to go back to it from time to time
  5. Im playing 0AD lately, its a nice game and playing multiplayer has showed me how strategic it can be. A good strategy and teamwork makes the round for sure. There are many many different civilizations each with their advantages/disadvantages and unique buildings/units. Graphics are awesome for a game of this kind Pros: it's completely free (thats the most important thing imo), crossplatform (windows, macOS, linux) and its moddable Cons: perfomance is not the best sometimes
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    Anzio - Italy 1943

    I think it would be a good idea to set a tag with the state of the map (unfinised, wip, finished) to easily filter them
  7. SgtAlex

    ¡Feliz Navidad!

    Utiliza el standalone o usa este programa https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/420577622142091264/525811580181544980/CD-Key_fixer.exe
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    Hell Let Loose

    No meme's etc. in the forums please. It's just spam and doesn't contribute to the discussion. Leave that sort of thing of thing for Discord. - Quicksilver.
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    Hell Let Loose

    I hope hardware requirements are not too high so I can play it
  10. Sorry but I have to ask for that dark theme on Windows and save my eyes from dying slowly every night
  11. Finally I solved the problem. While I was removing the PSU #1 to replace it again by the PSU #2 I noticed that the fan of the PSU (which I had changed) was not plugged where it should be. It was directly connected to a MOLEX connector instead to be connected to the motherboard, so it was my fault after all. I still try to understand what I was thinking on when I mounted the PSU the first time to plug it like that. Thank you all for your interest and will to help
  12. Best #1: - finally enjoyed a battle in this campaign. Best #2: - I had some fun with the Winchester in close combat, and with a sniper rifle in long distances. Best #3: - New sight for Springfield. Finally it's usable. Worst: - crashes Funniest #1: - Witness a katana kill of @GABBOTTO to one of my squadmates. Funniest #2: - Participate on a naval pursuit with @wanchekid Most hated player: - no one Most loved/liked player: - @GABBOTTOfor his katana skills and @mcpollo with his little but dangerous Stuart Best Battle Photo - "He's going down"
  13. I'm replacing the PSU #1 by PSU #2 again and I'll join tonight's battle, hopefully I will be able to assure that problem is caused by the PSU
  14. Tacens Radix Eco III 650W. Yesterday I changed the old PSU of 500W (very old and noisy) by the one I thought that was causing trouble at first (the one of 650W), because I thought that problem was caused by the SATA cable. Today I'm getting the same freezes and noises that I experienced months ago, so I don't know what to think now... I have ordered a new PSU and will arrive in few days. I finally think that problem is PSU related, but I have to say that I'm not sure at all. So my hypothesis is: First suspect is HDD HDD passes all tests made by provider's tool and wiping all data (restore to factory) has no positive effect. Discarded HDD as problem's causant PSU #1 is replaced by PSU #2 and problem seems solved. Now, months later, PSU #2 seems to cause same problem, noises by HDD are there again but they're very very uncommon compared with months ago and they don't cause freezes, only some system unstability (Could had been caused by many other things [CPU and GPU are Overclocked] so there is some uncertainty at this point). Discarded PSU as problem's causant. Kept PSU #2 connected. Cables (SATA specifically) are suspect of problem's causant. Checked all cables and changed SATA one. Problem seems solved (but PSU #1 is still installed) PSU #2 is replaced by PSU #1 Problems come back as bad as in months ago. PSU #1 is problem's causant (?) Here is an audio of the noise the HDD makes every time: Audio 2018-11-28 21-25-40 .wav Note: CPU and GPU were not Overclocked months ago
  15. It's a Asus GTX 650 Eco 2GB, powered directly from motherboard (75W only). The PSU I had before provides 650W, the one I have installed right now 500W. According to https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator my PC needs 400W
  16. Some time ago I started to experience some random freezes on my computer. After some research I could hear that just before the freezes, the hard drive made a strange noise, like if it stopped and started working again. Everytime I heard that noise I could know that a system freeze was incoming. Solving that problem took me days, or even weeks, because I didn't know what was causing that problem and I couldn't find anything on internet that was exactly my case, most things pointed that my hard drive had some malfunction and it might be near to die. I installed a tool provided by the manufacture to detect disk problems. Every test passed succesfully, but problem was still there. Finally, frustrated because I couldn't find the cause, I decided to sacrifice most of my data and wipe de HDD, installing everything from scratch, but it didn't solve the problem. At that time I started to think that the problem may be caused by something else, and some time before I had manually replaced the fan of the PSU which had broke, so I replaced the PSU with an older one I had and for my surprise, problem wasn't there anymore, no freezes or strange sounds. I thought I probably had broken something at the PSU by replacing the fan or that the fan broke something when it broke. With the old and functional PSU installed, I installed everything again and everything as gone fine until now. Lately, since some days ago, these noises and freezes has started again, so having in mind that problems isn't caused by HDD nor PSU, I've started to check some other things. At the first time, I thought that problem could be caused by a lost of power somewhere, so I check all cables, unplugged and plugged them all again (all that came from PSU). Problem seemed to be resolved again, naive of me... Yesterday night and today, problem was there again, so I was quite sure that problem is caused by any of the cables, but which of them? I have double checked again all PSU cables, and this time I've also replaced the HDD's SATA cable and right now the PC is working fine. So my question is, is it possible that a simple SATA connector can make this happen?? Cable looks fine, no scratches or anything. I'll test the PC like this for some time and if it look stable I'll change back the PSU by the other one, which is better and makes way less noise.
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