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    Tactical Advance

    Herston Map

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    Almost finish

    My new build i almost finish. Going to change CPU to AMD 7nm and hope for at better GPU with 7nm too next year But for now it look like this. Case Fractal Design Meshify C Mini - Dark TG PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2L Motherboard: MSI B450M Mortar Titanium CPU: Ryzen 2600 @4.1GHZ RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX - 3200MHZ, (16GB more on the way) Graphics: R9 390X Hard Drive(s): 250GB Samsung 850 M.2 SSD, Kingston UV500 SSD - 240GB Monitors: LG 29 L 29UM67-P (2560x1080) Keyboard: Steelseries APEX 350 Mouse: Logitech G500 Cooler: CPU DeepCool Castle 240 RGB, : GPU NZXT Kraken G12 with Thermaltake Water 3.0 Performer C
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    My desk is pulled out because I'm currently using the streaming box. I wanted to see how far I could push the 9900k and I pushed a little too far, I'll get it fixed up soon enough. Main: Case Thermaltake View 71, a few Thermaltake Riing sets w/rads PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower 850 RGB Motherboard: AORUS Gaming 7 CPU: 9900k, custom loop RAM: 16GB GSkillz TridentZ RGB 3200 Graphics: 2x MSI 1080ti GamingX Water: XSPC main components, Phanteks GPU blocks Sound: 7.1 to Klipsch, Yamaha MG-10XU to Rode NT1 Hard Drive(s): Optane 280; 512GB Samsung 960 PRO PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD, Few Samsung Pro SSDs Home Cloud: Synology 10TB NAS Monitors: 3x ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q IPS 165Hz Keyboard: Corsair K63 Wireless Mouse: Logitech Trackball 570 Wireless Cam: Logitech 4k Pro HOTAS: X-56, Clamps NextDesk Standing Desk Sennheiser heads, TrackIR, VoiceAttack, Sputnik lighting Dedicated Streaming/Encoding Box: A toned down Thermaltake build - 8700k, SSDs, and Elgato 4k and two Streamdecks... input from main.
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    New Build

    For CPU's I think the 9900K is the way to go right now. Personally I am waiting on the 7nm AMD's that should be announced next year. I saw this on Reddit a couple of days ago which was impressive for SC:
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    https://robertsspaceindustries.com/telemetry Is useful to see how your PC is working compared to others and in planning upgrades.
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    3.3 is now live on the PU for those who havent used the PTU
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    Wow! It looks like the year of the space game. I might try a couple as time killers while waiting for SC. That Squadron 42 looks kinda cool ha-ha. Thanks Tac.
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    https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/2/18056666/destiny-2-free-blizzcon-blizzard-activision To get it, I clicked on the flashing gift icon in the Battlenet client.
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    A Work In Progress [Always]

    @ 5.0 on all cores in short controlled tests I didn't break 70ish. Beyond that in step up increments on the 9900k seemed to be a problem. The product seemed to have had a weird threshold range on thermals that didn't scale properly. They (as a production batch) may even have a materials problem so I would hesitate in recommending the 9900k at this time. My impression was that it seemed to run incredibly hot compared to the 8700k with similar adjustments. Understandably, I may even go back to a 8700k on my main.
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    Another update chart:
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    Yes, I was in wave 5 and picked one up. I'll keep it if there's a need for it in our org. Do we have a need for a capital class Drake carrier?
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    Elgato Stream Deck

    after buying the Elgato Stream Deck in the prime day sale and installing the star citizen profile from here and here is what it looks like note, some keybindings dont work yet
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    From an economic point of view this will allow the potential to dial down settings for more economic use and reduce running costs, while still offering overclock should the need arise.It should also allow stealth ships to become even harder to spot. Very interesting and also useful. I think a lot of people are going to see serious difference with non Military ships. Especially when it comes to entering and exiting an atmosphere. Once fuel costs start being figured in, the incentive to use as little as possible will become more important. Also aerodynamic ships will be easier to fly. On top of that flying bricks are going to need a lot more careful handling.
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    Consolidated Outland - Mustang 2948

    Got a alpha for my nine years old son, but he want a upgrade to a Avenger. Think hi gonna be better than a blade for mine Carrack 😁😁
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    Ship Potential.

    Another person commenting on the Freelancer being the biggest ship through the smallest jump point. Also the potential of the Max to be upgraded to a "Semi - Dur".
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    So....what ship do you have?

    Casually emerging from hibernation to update my fleet here: RSI Orion Crusader Mercury Star Runner Origin 315p
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    Mining A Rock

    Thats really good going, well done. My best is 4,500. A fraction lol.
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    keeping sharp :)

    This is now my go to excuse whenever I am told gaming is rubbish and a waste of tim :D It's keeping my brain younger lol.