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  3. In every 3.2.1 PTU patch so far, players must click or pull the trigger to fire every shot. Initially, we were told this was a bug. But today, we found out it is intentional. This change has a large, negative impact on gameplay. Some weapons, like the M4A, fire more than twice per second. Even slower weapons like the Neutron Cannons fire more than once per second. Having to click exactly every .461 seconds is impossible and extremely aggravating. Here is a weapon chart to show how often a player must click/pull trigger: M4A: .461s 10-Series: .5s Omni 6: .6s NN-14: .75s Think of a fleet action where Hornets are trying to take out a Retaliator before it kills their Idris -- every shot and every second counts. In a top tier dogfight, pilots might only have 1-2s of a firing solution. So if they can get over 3 shots instead of 4 using a macro, they'll do that. That's all we are accomplishing here: creating an in-human barrier for entry on dogfighting. Reddit Post
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    Tac gets a shout out from Montoya

    Yes, this was posted on the forum a while back.
  6. I hope this wasn't posted before, I just came across it:
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  8. Bursar

    My first time building a PC

    You have gone for SSD...... why? M.2. is superior I have the 512gb M.2 and a 1TB SSD for games storage. I filled it out with 2 x 4TB WD Black (Mirrored) for storage.
  9. Alibader

    My first time building a PC

    SLI is not for video editing... because i will be shoot with 4K format soon i will be needing a 4K monitor, while having a 4K monitor i will be playing games on it in 4K res.. thats why i plan SLI in the future. As for CPU im not making a living on videos content so it no big deal if it take 20mins longer or even an hour. So thats why i choose the 8700K and OC to 5.1 GHz. Hope this clears up the misconception regarding why i want SLI in the future. thank you for your feedback Fly safe
  10. Tactical Advance

    My first time building a PC

    Alibader nice setup. I had SLi made not difference edited in 4K. CPU thread for video editing. Looks like your PC spec is set for the next good few years
  11. Alibader

    My first time building a PC

    No, But having a 4K monitor for my Video editing, which also ill be playing with some games I did but I will also be gaming on this PC, as per reviews i read 8700K is the best for both worlds Thank you for your feedback
  12. FriendCalledFive

    My first time building a PC

    Does video editing utilise SLI? Another thought, if you will be doing a lot of video editing, I would be looking at Ryzen.
  13. Alibader

    My first time building a PC

    In the near future im planing to add another 4K monitor for my Video editing and photo editing. and Why not game with it :P Because Im palning for SLI it good, besides got lots of RGB Peripherals and fans and LED strips 3000 is fine for 8700K, RAM speed effects AMD CPU due to Infinity fabric technology. Oh I got the Raven. Got it for Cheap from Kinguin So why not... Thank you for your reply and feed back.
  14. FriendCalledFive

    My first time building a PC

    Sounds good, but a few observations: Do you need SLI? A lot of the time it is more trouble than it is worth. For the resolution of that monitor, I can't see a game that will be maxxing out 1 card. If you don't need SLI that PSU seems overkill, am using 650W fine, maybe 800W would be better if you need some growing room. Am not an expert on RAM speeds, but have seen posts on the intel subreddit recommending 3200 RAM for the 8700K with low CAS latency. Am not convinced an Optane drive is worth buying, especially now they don't come with a Sabre Raven any more. An M.2 SATA drive will be pretty much the same speed and be much cheaper. Do you need Windows 10 Pro, Home is usually good enough for most people.
  15. Hey As the title says this my first build, what drove me to build this PC is SC, I have waited 2 years to to decide its a good time to invest and yeah it took me a week (im a Newbe BOOHOO). Give me your thoughts. Case: Corsair 570x White PSU: Corsair HX1200I Motherboard: Asus ROG Maximus X Code CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K OC to 5.1 GHz RAM: G.Skill Trident Z 32 GB DDR4 - 3000 Graphics card: Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080TI (SLI soon) OC to 2025 MHz Sound card: None Storage(s): Intel Optane SSD 900P (AIC) As Boot Drive , 2X Samsung 860 Evo 1TB and Samsung 850 Evo 1TB as Raid 5 (for games and other software (not SC though)) Optical Drive(s): What is that? : Monitor: Alienware AW3418DW Speakers: Have'nt decided one yet any suggestion? currently using my Sennheiser Gaming Zero Head set with the Sennheiser GSX 1000 DAC Operating System: Windows 10 Pro Pics... well My desk is a total mess need to sort out the Wires first :P Fly Safe Guys
  16. Bursar

    Drake Vulture Q&A

    I picked up the Vulture because of its size and the mechanic it offered. I know 12 scu isnt a lot but I figured they would balance it if necessary. It offers me another alternative if I come across something of interest while mining
  17. The_Director

    Used Video Cards. Worth it?

    Right now I have a gtx 1070 with 8gb of video ram. And a 8 core i7. I get around 30 FPS right now. I am sure that number will improve when they actually start optimizing the game. never buy used, components are infamous for their half life.
  18. The_Director

    Drake Vulture Q&A

    They really need to start nailing their storage questions, because that’s the issue on every ship and they never give a answer that would make me confident in purchasing a ship.
  19. FriendCalledFive

    Used Video Cards. Worth it?

    My secondary gaming rig has a 2600K and a GTX1060 6GB and when I tried it briefly the other day, it was running in the low 20's, it didn't make much difference whether it was on low or very high graphics (2560x1080). Was definitely playable. With the optimisations due by the end of the year, it should hopefully run pretty well on that level of hardware.
  20. Wolfwood

    Used Video Cards. Worth it?

    Right, but what about the new 1060 and i7 i linked? Curious if that would help enough to make it playable.
  21. FriendCalledFive

    Drake Vulture Q&A

    https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/engineering/16647-Q-A-Drake-Vulture
  22. Akanoes

    Voyager Direct items can now be exchanged for UEC

    Fucking finally! I have been sitting on a Panther laser repeater for like 3 years now xD
  23. As CIG are scrapping the Voyager Direct nonsense, you can now exchange any Voyager Direct items in your hangar for UEC.
  24. FriendCalledFive

    Used Video Cards. Worth it?

    Personally I wouldn't buy GPU's that have been used for mining, but that said, I don't buy any computer stuff second hand! I wouldn't buy 2 cards, SLI is more trouble than it is worth, and it doesn't work with SC currently. Your 4 thread CPU will be more of a bottleneck for the game than the 1070, but the 1070 is a nice card.
  25. Wolfwood

    Used Video Cards. Worth it?

    Nothing further to add from anyone? heh Curious of opinions on last linked GPU/CPU upgrades, if it would be worth it from what i currently have.
  26. Fatie89

    Do you even DCS bro?

    Well this is why I did make this post, people who have no idea what they are doing learning together. Just give me a shout if you want to fly sometime.
  27. FriendCalledFive

    Do you even DCS bro?

    That could explain it, thanks! Game is too complex for me I think!
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