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About JebKerman

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  1. glad to have another KSP player on these forms


  2. here's a list: https://pcpartpicker.com/parts/motherboard/#s=4&K=6,10&d=1,6&h=1,8
  3. well then... unless you want to go to about medium (possibly low) settings to achieve that you'll need a couple of R9 Furies at least. and since you are pushing the GPU's so hard relative to the CPU the CPU is unlikely to make much of a difference.
  4. well firstly, how much does a 5820K cost relative to the 6700K? in some places the 6700K is actually more expensive than a 5820K, in those circumstances go with the 5820K. otherwise, refer to above, or what's you use case?
  5. Cryorig seems quite uncommon in the US. they're easy to get in Australia, and probably in Europe. Cyrorig also has no reason to discontinue the H7 as they have no new cooler that could act as a direct replacement. and it's got a very firm position in the market.
  6. I think you are missing my point. what difference does ".com" and ".cn" make in all of this? If you are operating out of china (which I assume you are) then presumably the entirety of China can communicate with this site under the ".com" domain. Multiple domains is just likely to create unnecessary hassle for not a great deal of gain.
  7. I'd assume nVidia shadowplay also works (if you have a nVidia card of course)
  8. but i still don't see a point in a specific domain being there. ".com" presumably works
  9. PM him if you really must, chances are he will not see this (if he cares in the slightest. the organisation is called "Linus Media Group" and it already has it's own site: http://www.linusmediagroup.com/)
  10. Convergent Evolution (of technology, it can be seen in consoles as well, trending towards PCs)
  11. what? the fact that there is now micro/macro(don't have the game, don't know how much they cost)-transactions? I'd say this is worse, the lead dev actively breaking the game (in an attempt) to screw with the publishers. but by extension everybody's copy of the game so triggering an event most likely key to level progression (unlocking a garage, delivering a set of logs, etc). will crash the game, making it unplayable for everybody who bought it long before this developer-publisher conflict began.