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LordSeb

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LordSeb last won the day on December 5 2017

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  1. PSU AX860 - Owner query

    Had to take the PSU back sadly. Looks like I got a dud. Any recommendations on a new top quality PSU? After platinum rated in the 91% zone preferably. So far I have been recommended to go with an EVGA 850 Supernova P2 or a Corsair HX850 but to stay away from seasonic.
  2. PSU AX860 - Owner query

    Old PSU is working fine.
  3. Hey folks, I got my new PSU a corsair AX860 arrive, replacing my Corsair CX500. I have plugged her all in perfectly and am getting greenlights across the board. There is however a technical hitch I don't understand. Between 30 seconds to 7 minutes everything just dies. Like I have run up and flicked the mains switch. I at first thought under close inspection PSU has a hybrid or normal switch for the fan control better stick it to normal that might fix it. BUT no dice. I let it sit about for an hour (Sometimes computers don't like being moved, I find). It suddenly died again. PSU is drawing 168 - 200 watts not exceeding the 200 watts. I did notice before I did all the cable tying with the case open it was bouncing 220-360/420 quite erratically when idled at desktop. Post cable tying idle is as I say 168-200 watts. Anyway :D anyone got some nuggets of wisdom to give to me or had experience with an AX860. I mean its meant to be Corsairs top of the wazza with the exception of AXi involving the corsair link thingy. Cheers.
  4. Do you have the game settings on low medium or high?
  5. Thanks everyone for the 2 cents. Well I am going to be in a bit better stead soon. I am being given an Nvidia 970 with 4g of vram which is much better than the HD 7770 AMD I have. A very kind friend is giving me their old card, but I am going to have to wait until I get a new power supply. lol it turns out that the company that sold me my PC gave me a power supply that was too weak, had a watt reader and the total supply the system pools is 560-580watt on a 500w power supply. I am actually quite surprised the pc is accomplishing this but I guess it makes sense that the power supply is rated at X, but the draw needed is higher due to inefficiency of energy conversion. Probably actually is using about 460w for the system in reality.
  6. New - Vanduul Blade

    I have to say that thing looks a lot more deadlier. I would not want to be on the surface of a moon with them taking pot shots at me or in a bow to stern chase.
  7. Your antiquated AMD HD 7700 with 1g VRAM
  8. My simpit (not finished)

    Looks epic! You will have to show the finished thing up and running.
  9. It looks incredible. How well does it handle Vulkan?
  10. I have a technical issue. I am surmising it is just the graphics card not having enough video memory or purely being to old. All the moons come up looking like this on low/medium/high: :D things like occasional rocks look ok, but no matter the moon the surface is a dusky outline with occasional bits and pieces. This issue doesn't happen anywhere else in Star Citizen except on the moons. I am probably just going to run out and get a RX Vega 56 when stocks return to Australia, but if its a different sort of issue it would be good to know. On a side note do we reckon a RX Vega 56 will be able to handle Star Citizen on high smoothly? I am being cost effective, but if it probably won't I will go get the RX Vega 64 instead. Cheers.
  11. Reverse the Verse is back!

    Nice!
  12. Just thought I'd make a random thread that looks at cars and Star Citizen ships. I remember that for the Origin 600i the devs took some inspiration from BMW. Well I was out and about the other day and came across a Honda Civic and realised it looked rather spaceshipish. In hindsight it looks like a bit Origin 600i ish on the outside. Since its a little bit uncanny, thought I'd drop a few pics. Sadly the pics don't really do that much justice, the sedan is a lot more longer and narrow looking in person at the boot end. Hahaha anyway there you go, there is something random for the day. (Image from performancedrive.com.au) Honda Civic Sedan (Picture from motortrend.com) Sedan (Picture from caradvice.com.au) Hatch RS variant
  13. Production Update

    :D To be fair.... I don't mind if they drop the ball a little bit, but they had stuff in the pipeline last year on the old production schedule like in the example The Director said. So I am keen to see how it looks on development charts. *Cough* I really just wish to know that the Carrack is still slated for 2018 *Cough*.
  14. Production Update

    On a side note has a new ship pipeline chart been released? I am curious to see expected projections for the year.
  15. Haha ok I have found a rather odd fix by accident. In the end I couldn't find a way to configure Star Citizen to accept that a Saitek X52's throttle works on a range from -100, Zero, +100. There doesn't appear to be much info on it online a year later. So what is it? Well Star Citizen recognises the throttle control's -100 as zero and uses the full spectrum to +100 being max throttle. Ok so I let it have its way. What I did do is turn on strafe forward and backward under the joystick section. I put it to -100 no reverse, but I just so happened to be on reverse and bumped the secondary trigger underneath the fire trigger and I got a tinsy amount of reverse. Start tapping it a lot and hello I now have full reverse on my ship. It isn't perfect and in reality is probably inputs conflicting with each other to make it happen. If you have the throttle activated and propulsion going forwards, this process really does involve you pressing that button to fight the positive thrust but eventually you get there! Albeit numbers are too high to fight if you have throttle all the way on. Hope this is useful to someone :D, it means when if I come into land and I overshoot the paid at least I can reverse instead of having to rotate the whole damn ship. HAHA can you imagine having to have to rotate an Endeavour or a bigger hull at full load, because you overshot the docking port.
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