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samotage

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About samotage

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1998-04-13

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    samotage
  • Origin
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  • Twitter
    @YoungSamotage

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Dreaming about the stars.
  • Interests
    Star Citizen, Titanfall, Battlefield, PC Gaming, PC Hardware, Programming,
  • Biography
    Hey guys you might know me as Samotage or Samo! Real name is actually Sam too :P

    I'm a veteran backer of Star Citizen and support the game with a passion. I'm also a semi-hardcore gamer who gladly leads when necessary (maybe it's natural? Although it needs work).

    I play games in almost all my spare time and will be looking to do YouTube videos on Star Citizen as well as forming an organization (Group) too.
  • Occupation
    Final year of High School

System

  • CPU
    Intel 4790k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z97x-UD3H
  • RAM
    8gb (2x4gb) G.Skill
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 780Ti SC w/ ACX
  • Case
    Cooler Master Storm Scout
  • Storage
    1 TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM and 128gb Samsung 830 SSD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master Extreme 800w
  • Display(s)
    1080p 24" View Sonic Monitor
  • Cooling
    Thermaltake Jing CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G510
  • Mouse
    Razer Imperator 2012
  • Sound
    Logitech G930
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
  1. Duck Game. Hands down the best thing that has happened to my group of friends. - Samo
  2. Certain Multiplayer games where it's a free-for-all and there is barely any teamwork, unless in a clan, yes. I never rage. On the flip side I do play an MORPG (Yes MORPG), a small niche game and the community is great. It can either be a full on player fest or as quiet as any SP sandbox, depending on where you are playing on the map. My 2c. - Sam
  3. You do realize you can just favourite the mod? It's on the mods main page in the workshop under the image, favourite the mod and unsubscribe. That way the mods won't download AND you can reference them later! Win, WIn! And to remove them, I have no idea. Never used Workshop for mods. Nexus is that much better imo. - Samo
  4. Completely different, that is from the vague memories of ME3. DA:I is like a Single Player MMO, in a good way. HEAPS of quests (Some are boring as hell, some are amazing) and large areas to explore. The game is just amazing - Samo PS: Don't stay in the Hinterlands to long or else you'll hate the game, go to another location when you can!
  5. I've been playing without prior knowledge and I've found that although some references I don't get (Due to seeing characters names on DA: Keep, so I know it's a reference) but it's a very good game regardless. - Sam
  6. Most played game so far would be Minecraft (Not sure how many hours but a couple of thousand, minimum). After that I'd say Wurm Online, I've got 40+ days (1000+ hours) of game time logged. - Sam
  7. I did! I'm thinking of melting her for the Orion, not sure yet. But I really like my party bus - Samo
  8. Yea. Anything expensive is a no no for me. As well as bulky stuff, like cases. - Sam
  9. Yea. For example, I just bought a Samsung 850 EVO 500gb from those sales a week ago. It's a good $70+ cheaper including shipping, than buying it here.
  10. I used to only buy from PB Tech, but after a bad experience and crazy stupid prices, I've started buying and shipping the small, expensive things, over from the U.S.A. - Sam.
  11. Perfectly said. To contrast that, I'll talk a bit about Wurm Online. It's main focus is survival and survival alone. It's has food and water mechanics that make the game how it is. Run out of water? Boom, no stamina. Now you walk slower (as in slow) and all your attacks against mobs and reduced and have a higher chance to miss. Coupled with a skill system that will keep you playing until you max level every skill (no one has yet to do this, despite the game being out for 8+ years). Anyway, it's a great game and if anyone wants to play, I'll set some time aside and start playing again - Sam
  12. Depends, on what you want in a survival game. If it's surviving with other players and working up your characters skills, I'd suggest Wurm Online. But any of the current generic survival are good in their own respects, just pick one and go for it. - Sam
  13. Total Biscuit did a test on his rig and found that the only thing that has a significant change in FPS is view distance. All other options had a +-2 FPS impact, then again he does have SLI 980s (But even without SLI he still got relatively the same FPS). As others have said, just play around with settings. Turn your view distance to minimum and work from there. It has a minor visual impact besides the minor pop in of some signs (like on drug stores) and the Biters are seen easily from far away at minimum. - Sam
  14. It really depends on what you mean by heavily modded. If it's all 4k+ textures and lighting mods you will probably hit it. I ran a heavily modded Skyrim on a 560 and it was fine, as in heaps (20+) of visual mods. As long as you're sensible about modding, you won't hit it, but if you download 55 texture mods that overwrite each other etc. you will hit it. PS. Posting a list of mods would greatly help too, I'm in the process of modding Skyrim on my 780Ti using STEP as a baseline, highly recommend it for efficient modding. - Sam
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