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42. Re: Far Cry 3 Delayed Jun 26, 2012, 06:45 theyarecomingforyou
Axis wrote on Jun 25, 2012, 20:24:
Google is your friend, use it. Try "far cry 2 mouse problems" and shut the hell up about 'my lies'.
And type in "counter-strike mouse problems" and you get over over 600% more search results on Google. There will always be some issues with particular configurations but it wasn't a universal problem with the port, which was what you were suggesting. According to the Google results most of the issues were caused by computers with poor specs, so you can't blame the developer if your computer wasn't up to snuff.
Axis wrote on Jun 25, 2012, 22:12:
Sure Dev you're right, but DX10/11 is a bling bust, large system ram (as opposed to GPU memory) is unneeded for games
There have been countless reviews comparing the performance of XP to both Vista and Win7 which demonstrated that XP was actually slower in games, despite using less resources. DX10/11 both feature performance optimisations that simply aren't possible in DX9.
Axis wrote on Jun 25, 2012, 22:12:
But I better quote myself "I don't use Win Vista/7 unless it's required."

In other words... I use Win7, but only "unless its required" (for the very uncomprehending minds like 'theyarecomingforyou' who only reads four words in every sentence.
So you dual-boot your system just to run a shit and out of dating operating system most of the time? It's bizarre how some people will go out of their way to prove a point... that was until I read "I choose not to use them because I think liberals are annoying", at which point I realised you're either just trolling or a moron - either way I have no interest discussing this further with you.
Dev wrote on Jun 26, 2012, 04:53:
For me, the choice is mostly based on price. "Green" drives happen to be often cheaper, and if I just need a big bulk drive to store stuff, that fits the bill. If I want a fast drive, thats what my SSD is for.
Actually, I haven't found green drives to be any cheaper. Seagate 3TB drives are 115 and it's 152 for a Hitachi green drive (WD 3TB drives aren't even available any more); at 2TB it's 85 for a Seagate 7200RPM and 90 for a WD green drive. In fact I read recently that green drives are actually more expensive to manufacture which is why one of the biggest manufacturers (Seagate or WD, I can't remember) is dropping them. I always stick to 7200RPM because performance is important to me.
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