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  1. Bursar

    Anvil Aerospace - Valkyrie 2948

    Looks great with lots of capability. But not for me - unless it has cargo capacity
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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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    Project Funding

    Found this very interesting - Possibly right to the point that they started listing the systems. ie each sytem costs $1 million to develop! https://robertsspaceindustries.com/funding-goals
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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.
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    Cloud Tech

    Cloud Tech is going to be big fun! Scooping gasses for fuel is going to be much less simple than I thought originally.
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    PTU 3.3 is open for all

    I'll wait patiently until the comes to the PU. They'll sort out a lot of bugs on the way
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    Updated ship size chart with Kraken

    Problem is, I can carry more with a Hull C As an Industry Base of Operations, the Kraken could be very useful indeed, especially with repair facilities. But I anticipate is costing a lot to run and maintain too. Not convinced i'll need one any time soon, same as Pioneer AND I expect the price to be steep! So it's out of my budget It's also about the crew requirements. To much for me to handle in that regard.
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    Drake Interplanetary - Kraken 2948

    I think as a mobile base of operations they will be very useful - and very expensive to run.
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    FINALLY got the PU to run again!

    When 3.0 came out I was alarmed to see it taking 24gb of my 32gb on some days. Fortunately having that amount, it wasnt an issue, but a lot of people have suffered because of performance creep.
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    Evocati 3.3 leaks have started on reddit

    Nice to see the leaks but a shame about the quality. I can be patient and wait for more buggy lagged gaming sessions as they introduce stuff
  11. Bursar

    Mercury Q&A

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    My first time building a PC

    You might want to look at transfer rates, an M.2. comes in at 2k mb+, typically an SSD is 500mb. A fourfold+ increase in transfer rate isnt "completely" useless i'd suggest otherwise there would be no point in an M.2. drive would there? An SSD is a step behind an M.2. in evolution and development. Boards initially came with one slot for them and many now come with a pair. Interesting comments about things like ROG boards. I know a lot of us use and like them. I know I do. Personally I wouldnt touch anythig with a Gigabyte label in it - from regular failures over the years. Which I havent had with Asus. Personally running a pir of 7200 WD drives (mirrored) gives me redundancy. Some things need it - in my case 20 years of family digital pictures and the like. I also run an NAS mirrored too. Just because something says its reliable I wont trust my family images to it. And for the record I have an M.C.S.E qualification and experience with network admin.
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    Mercury Q&A

    Clears up some things but leaves others opaque - nothing new there! Hasnt dented my decision to purchase one.......
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