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    Redheadsrule13 got a reaction from NoRomanBatmansAllowed in Running FarCry 4 on a dual core CPU guide + my FPS numbers.   
    Everyone knows that the intense, advanced modern games of today require huge amounts of processing power in order to offer the incredible, immersive and cinematic gameplay experiences that they offer.
     
    If you didn't realise when I said 'cinematic', that was satire. This is a guide I'm making to show that FarCry 4 can be run on a dual core system with more than sufficient performance that offers a good gameplay experience.
     
    The first step in this process is to get the game working. In order to do this you'll need to inject a .dll into the FC4 executable when it starts. I'll link all files at the bottom of this post.
     
    Now, with the files you have downloaded and unzipped,you should see this:
     
    Run the 'Extreme Injector V3' executable. If it isn't already, you'll need to organise the .dll files in this order specifically, which you can do by adding and removing them:


    Then, just run FarCry 4 and hit 'Inject' the moment you start it. You need to do it while the splash screen is still up, otherwise it might not work.  
    Once it works, the game should be running! Woo!
     
    Now, for the performance numbers I get on my PC, which I would consider a mid-to-low spec system.
    As a forenote, I did consider using Fraps, but decided against it and just kept an eye on my numbers as I played as to give general, but more realistic numbers.
     
    My specs:
    CPU: Penitum G3258 @ 4.4ghz
    GPU: Asus GTX 760 DCUII OC @ Stock (Not a good OC'er)
    I'm also using a 1080p monitor (Asus VE248H)
     
    For the different scenarios, I just looked at a wall for 'looking at a wall', then I ran in circles and jumped around a small outpost for 'Running around', and for 'In a firefight' I ran into an enemy outpost and went full retard with an assault rifle. I also didn't test the high and very-high settings as I didn't think it was really worth it. I don't think there's enough of a difference between med, high and very-high to worry about it.
     
    Low: (Game looks like absolute ass, no AA, near no shadows.)
    -Looking at a wall: About 61-62
    -Running around: Mostly high 40's (Pretty much the same as med settings.)
    -In a firefight: Mid 40's.
     
    Med: (looks alright now, still no AA)
    -Looking at a wall: High 50's
    -Running around: Around 50, down to mid 40's.
    -In a firefight: High 30's to low 40's.
     
    Ultra: (Looks darker and more bland, plus the HBAO+ contrast is too damn high.)
    -Looking at a wall: Low to mid 50's
    -Running around: Average around the 40's, dips down to mid 30's.
    -In a firefight: 30's with the occasional dip into 20's.
     
    So, it seems that as you increase in quality, the max fps lowers by a few fps, but the amount that the fps dips during more intense scenes increases substantially.
     
    Injector and .dll files:
    - https://mega.co.nz/#!s0IS1QgT!WpNxdc6dSANIs6HFfsFKWzm887weHxVRcq7Sliu2cek
    - http://www.multiupfile.com/f/3fc26958 (I tested Zippyshare, can't guarantee the others.)
    Thanks to @SkilledRebuilds from whom I borrowed the multifile link from.
    Turns out that Skidrow actually made this crack, so kudos to him for that. More of his cracks and other such things over at his site, which is about his (Skidrows) game cracks, which you might even call SkidrowGames. Which could be a network (.net) site. #TechnicallynotbreakingtheCOC
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to BlueChinchillaEatingDorito in Replacing the thermal paste in a Macbook for the first time in 8 years!   
    I have a Acer Travelmate from early 2004 that hasn't been physically serviced in it's entire life. Maybe I'll do the same and make that a follow up to this. 
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Nineshadow in Tesla Model S owner fined for high emissions.   
    They should fine themselves for making electricity with high emissions then. Ok , just kidding. This is pretty ridiculous.
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to The Knome in Recomendations on a new camera   
    I only have $4999 
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    Redheadsrule13 got a reaction from Megasteel32 in Running FarCry 4 on a dual core CPU guide + my FPS numbers.   
    Everyone knows that the intense, advanced modern games of today require huge amounts of processing power in order to offer the incredible, immersive and cinematic gameplay experiences that they offer.
     
    If you didn't realise when I said 'cinematic', that was satire. This is a guide I'm making to show that FarCry 4 can be run on a dual core system with more than sufficient performance that offers a good gameplay experience.
     
    The first step in this process is to get the game working. In order to do this you'll need to inject a .dll into the FC4 executable when it starts. I'll link all files at the bottom of this post.
     
    Now, with the files you have downloaded and unzipped,you should see this:
     
    Run the 'Extreme Injector V3' executable. If it isn't already, you'll need to organise the .dll files in this order specifically, which you can do by adding and removing them:


    Then, just run FarCry 4 and hit 'Inject' the moment you start it. You need to do it while the splash screen is still up, otherwise it might not work.  
    Once it works, the game should be running! Woo!
     
    Now, for the performance numbers I get on my PC, which I would consider a mid-to-low spec system.
    As a forenote, I did consider using Fraps, but decided against it and just kept an eye on my numbers as I played as to give general, but more realistic numbers.
     
    My specs:
    CPU: Penitum G3258 @ 4.4ghz
    GPU: Asus GTX 760 DCUII OC @ Stock (Not a good OC'er)
    I'm also using a 1080p monitor (Asus VE248H)
     
    For the different scenarios, I just looked at a wall for 'looking at a wall', then I ran in circles and jumped around a small outpost for 'Running around', and for 'In a firefight' I ran into an enemy outpost and went full retard with an assault rifle. I also didn't test the high and very-high settings as I didn't think it was really worth it. I don't think there's enough of a difference between med, high and very-high to worry about it.
     
    Low: (Game looks like absolute ass, no AA, near no shadows.)
    -Looking at a wall: About 61-62
    -Running around: Mostly high 40's (Pretty much the same as med settings.)
    -In a firefight: Mid 40's.
     
    Med: (looks alright now, still no AA)
    -Looking at a wall: High 50's
    -Running around: Around 50, down to mid 40's.
    -In a firefight: High 30's to low 40's.
     
    Ultra: (Looks darker and more bland, plus the HBAO+ contrast is too damn high.)
    -Looking at a wall: Low to mid 50's
    -Running around: Average around the 40's, dips down to mid 30's.
    -In a firefight: 30's with the occasional dip into 20's.
     
    So, it seems that as you increase in quality, the max fps lowers by a few fps, but the amount that the fps dips during more intense scenes increases substantially.
     
    Injector and .dll files:
    - https://mega.co.nz/#!s0IS1QgT!WpNxdc6dSANIs6HFfsFKWzm887weHxVRcq7Sliu2cek
    - http://www.multiupfile.com/f/3fc26958 (I tested Zippyshare, can't guarantee the others.)
    Thanks to @SkilledRebuilds from whom I borrowed the multifile link from.
    Turns out that Skidrow actually made this crack, so kudos to him for that. More of his cracks and other such things over at his site, which is about his (Skidrows) game cracks, which you might even call SkidrowGames. Which could be a network (.net) site. #TechnicallynotbreakingtheCOC
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to OfficialJsP in Just Cause 3 Suffers From Terrible Frame Rate and Load Times on the NextGen consoles   
    Can we stop calling it nextgen thanks.
     
    This guy gets massive frame drops on console^^
    The lowest I saw was 17FPS.
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to FakezZ in France Has A New Controversial Surveillance Law   
    Great. Now everyone will have an excuse to invade our privacy... And people will thank them, because it keeps them "safe". Fucking bullshit man.
     
    Edit: The person above me is a fine example btw...
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Delicieuxz in Windows 10 upgrades to happen automatically   
    No, the people with a sense of self-respect need to lay on with the privacy issues until they are no longer issues. I don't care that you watch giraffe porn. Does that mean I get free reign to enter your house and go through your belongings?
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Jade in Windows 10 upgrades to happen automatically   
    Doesn't matter. I should be able to opt out of something on a personal device. I should not be forced to update when the OS itself thinks is a good time for me, have information about me sent to Microsoft when I've explicitly opted out through everything available the control panel. Disconnect/uBlock Origin/"Do Not Track" (part of all decent browsers as an option) is plenty enough to have Google stop tracking you outside of using a Google Account on their services.
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Jade in Windows 10 upgrades to happen automatically   
    Let me clarify;
    I don't give a shit; it doesn't matter if they don't care. It matters that I don't want them knowing, period. It's my computer, yes? I should have control over my data, yes? Wouldn't you be livid if someone/something started randomly deleted files from your computer, other times uploaded them online and posted it around?
     
    Services > Windows Update > Properties > Disable if you want to forcibly decline the update; you also won't get any further Windows updates, unless you enable it again. :\
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to LAwLz in Windows 10 upgrades to happen automatically   
    It makes me really sad to see someone so willing to not only throw their own rights away, but also tell others they should too.
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Jade in Windows 10 upgrades to happen automatically   
    Doesn't matter if they care. Matters that I don't want them to know, regardless of whether or not they care. And calm yourself; I run 10.
      It's really not all that broken, in contrast to 8/8.1.
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to vanished in Telstra: A future Breakthrough in the Philippine Internet Market   
    God, you know you've got it bad when getting Telstra is a major upgrade
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to comicsansms in Telstra: A future Breakthrough in the Philippine Internet Market   
    Yay, now the Philippines will now be fucked over by Tesltra!
    They own the copper in Australia and they don't maintain the copper!
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Boink in Experiences with non-techies   
    So I recently upgraded a 10 year old PC (new processor, motherboard, PSU, RAM, HDD) and my client was really good at navigating software, but she was clueless when it came to hardware. She thought the computer box was the CPU and the whole setup (keyboard, mouse, monitor, computer) was the computer, she had a hard time understanding what RAM even was (especially compared to storage) until I explained it like Linus did in the DDR4 techquickie, she didn't know that ethernet and wi-fi were two different things, and to top it all off she didn't even know why a power supply is necessary (she thought everything ran off 120V AC with no conversion required). 
     
    It was very painful but I managed to explain everything to her using analogies where I could to help her understand, after all she was paying me.
    On a side note, she let me take her old parts so I'm making a wall mounted F@H machine to help me keep warm this winter.
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Hunched in [Updated 11/4/15] Fallout 4 to NOT feature Nvidia Gameworks, but Nvidia is still working with Bethesda on the game.   
    Nvidia... Nvidia never changes...
     
    (Nobody got the "war... war never changes..." Fallout reference?) 
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to Marvzl1357 in Need for Speed: No Limits mobile game has $129.99 micro-transactions!   
    Tax to protect the local market right? Right? That's why 970's and 390's are so expensive right? Because it competes with the local umm, ummm, telstra?
    Jks(sort of(not really(cries)))
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to hsm in Need for Speed: No Limits mobile game has $129.99 micro-transactions!   
    20 minutes into "playing an EA game and chill" and he gives you this look
     

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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to TrigrH in Need for Speed: No Limits mobile game has $129.99 micro-transactions!   
    LOL AUSTRALIA TAX :3
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to soaringchicken in The Alienware 18 is Back!   
    And for the second time.....nobody cares, because it'll cost more than a car in Australia......
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    Redheadsrule13 got a reaction from Ceatra in Running FarCry 4 on a dual core CPU guide + my FPS numbers.   
    Everyone knows that the intense, advanced modern games of today require huge amounts of processing power in order to offer the incredible, immersive and cinematic gameplay experiences that they offer.
     
    If you didn't realise when I said 'cinematic', that was satire. This is a guide I'm making to show that FarCry 4 can be run on a dual core system with more than sufficient performance that offers a good gameplay experience.
     
    The first step in this process is to get the game working. In order to do this you'll need to inject a .dll into the FC4 executable when it starts. I'll link all files at the bottom of this post.
     
    Now, with the files you have downloaded and unzipped,you should see this:
     
    Run the 'Extreme Injector V3' executable. If it isn't already, you'll need to organise the .dll files in this order specifically, which you can do by adding and removing them:


    Then, just run FarCry 4 and hit 'Inject' the moment you start it. You need to do it while the splash screen is still up, otherwise it might not work.  
    Once it works, the game should be running! Woo!
     
    Now, for the performance numbers I get on my PC, which I would consider a mid-to-low spec system.
    As a forenote, I did consider using Fraps, but decided against it and just kept an eye on my numbers as I played as to give general, but more realistic numbers.
     
    My specs:
    CPU: Penitum G3258 @ 4.4ghz
    GPU: Asus GTX 760 DCUII OC @ Stock (Not a good OC'er)
    I'm also using a 1080p monitor (Asus VE248H)
     
    For the different scenarios, I just looked at a wall for 'looking at a wall', then I ran in circles and jumped around a small outpost for 'Running around', and for 'In a firefight' I ran into an enemy outpost and went full retard with an assault rifle. I also didn't test the high and very-high settings as I didn't think it was really worth it. I don't think there's enough of a difference between med, high and very-high to worry about it.
     
    Low: (Game looks like absolute ass, no AA, near no shadows.)
    -Looking at a wall: About 61-62
    -Running around: Mostly high 40's (Pretty much the same as med settings.)
    -In a firefight: Mid 40's.
     
    Med: (looks alright now, still no AA)
    -Looking at a wall: High 50's
    -Running around: Around 50, down to mid 40's.
    -In a firefight: High 30's to low 40's.
     
    Ultra: (Looks darker and more bland, plus the HBAO+ contrast is too damn high.)
    -Looking at a wall: Low to mid 50's
    -Running around: Average around the 40's, dips down to mid 30's.
    -In a firefight: 30's with the occasional dip into 20's.
     
    So, it seems that as you increase in quality, the max fps lowers by a few fps, but the amount that the fps dips during more intense scenes increases substantially.
     
    Injector and .dll files:
    - https://mega.co.nz/#!s0IS1QgT!WpNxdc6dSANIs6HFfsFKWzm887weHxVRcq7Sliu2cek
    - http://www.multiupfile.com/f/3fc26958 (I tested Zippyshare, can't guarantee the others.)
    Thanks to @SkilledRebuilds from whom I borrowed the multifile link from.
    Turns out that Skidrow actually made this crack, so kudos to him for that. More of his cracks and other such things over at his site, which is about his (Skidrows) game cracks, which you might even call SkidrowGames. Which could be a network (.net) site. #TechnicallynotbreakingtheCOC
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    Redheadsrule13 got a reaction from xUbiqutiious in Running FarCry 4 on a dual core CPU guide + my FPS numbers.   
    Everyone knows that the intense, advanced modern games of today require huge amounts of processing power in order to offer the incredible, immersive and cinematic gameplay experiences that they offer.
     
    If you didn't realise when I said 'cinematic', that was satire. This is a guide I'm making to show that FarCry 4 can be run on a dual core system with more than sufficient performance that offers a good gameplay experience.
     
    The first step in this process is to get the game working. In order to do this you'll need to inject a .dll into the FC4 executable when it starts. I'll link all files at the bottom of this post.
     
    Now, with the files you have downloaded and unzipped,you should see this:
     
    Run the 'Extreme Injector V3' executable. If it isn't already, you'll need to organise the .dll files in this order specifically, which you can do by adding and removing them:


    Then, just run FarCry 4 and hit 'Inject' the moment you start it. You need to do it while the splash screen is still up, otherwise it might not work.  
    Once it works, the game should be running! Woo!
     
    Now, for the performance numbers I get on my PC, which I would consider a mid-to-low spec system.
    As a forenote, I did consider using Fraps, but decided against it and just kept an eye on my numbers as I played as to give general, but more realistic numbers.
     
    My specs:
    CPU: Penitum G3258 @ 4.4ghz
    GPU: Asus GTX 760 DCUII OC @ Stock (Not a good OC'er)
    I'm also using a 1080p monitor (Asus VE248H)
     
    For the different scenarios, I just looked at a wall for 'looking at a wall', then I ran in circles and jumped around a small outpost for 'Running around', and for 'In a firefight' I ran into an enemy outpost and went full retard with an assault rifle. I also didn't test the high and very-high settings as I didn't think it was really worth it. I don't think there's enough of a difference between med, high and very-high to worry about it.
     
    Low: (Game looks like absolute ass, no AA, near no shadows.)
    -Looking at a wall: About 61-62
    -Running around: Mostly high 40's (Pretty much the same as med settings.)
    -In a firefight: Mid 40's.
     
    Med: (looks alright now, still no AA)
    -Looking at a wall: High 50's
    -Running around: Around 50, down to mid 40's.
    -In a firefight: High 30's to low 40's.
     
    Ultra: (Looks darker and more bland, plus the HBAO+ contrast is too damn high.)
    -Looking at a wall: Low to mid 50's
    -Running around: Average around the 40's, dips down to mid 30's.
    -In a firefight: 30's with the occasional dip into 20's.
     
    So, it seems that as you increase in quality, the max fps lowers by a few fps, but the amount that the fps dips during more intense scenes increases substantially.
     
    Injector and .dll files:
    - https://mega.co.nz/#!s0IS1QgT!WpNxdc6dSANIs6HFfsFKWzm887weHxVRcq7Sliu2cek
    - http://www.multiupfile.com/f/3fc26958 (I tested Zippyshare, can't guarantee the others.)
    Thanks to @SkilledRebuilds from whom I borrowed the multifile link from.
    Turns out that Skidrow actually made this crack, so kudos to him for that. More of his cracks and other such things over at his site, which is about his (Skidrows) game cracks, which you might even call SkidrowGames. Which could be a network (.net) site. #TechnicallynotbreakingtheCOC
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    Redheadsrule13 reacted to C0LL0SS0S in Microsoft Edge is the first web browser to support Dolby Digital Plus   
    Never knew that but kinda logical, well thanks stupid people
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