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Raven123 liked a post in a topic by SgtMerrick in Why do you hate COD?
Ah ah ah.
Three. Three threads with the exact same topic.
Yeah, I don't like CoD. I find it boring.
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by Drmurk in A PC For GuildWars 2
Intel-Cpu Important!! AMD CPU's need a high overclock to maintain playable frames 30+ and forget about WvW with AMD CPU's. GTX560 or higher for a playable experience. Game is very CPU intensive. When i played i had 60fps maxed out in zones and 40 in crowded city's.
My specs with an AMD GPU solution (specs at launch)
ASUS Sabertooth Z77
PNY GTX 670
Intel corei5 3570K
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by BSB in Building a computer grrr windows
Alright, so there's a couple for ya. That second site has it cheaper, - non-direct download, unfortunately. But you get the box and the full shebang to install it. Reviews look decent from what I saw, minor damage to the carrying case but nothing to the actual discs for installation and all codes provided have been up-to-date and usable. $73.00, while cheaper than 119 blasphemous dollars, is still outrageous. I can't seem to find anything lower toward $60 though, so if you're willing to go for it, feel free. Or, well, feel scammed because Microsoft are a bunch of baffoons, but enjoy the price reduc none the less. Give it a few more years and it'll be even lower, haha.
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by BSB in Building a computer grrr windows
Edit: Damn Microsoft for not providing its own OS on its damn site. But here's the cheapest I've been able to find so far.
TigerDirect, Windows 7 Home Premium. $89.00 - still hunting for lower.
Less-Known site, 'least by my standards. $73.00 - again, still looking.
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by ChronoAtog in Performance Tip / Graphical Increase Tips
I will be looking at this form constantly, if you want some help with a specific game let me know
1. Unparking your CPU
Are you CPU's parked... don't know, use this program... if you already know about this you most likely already went to your registry edit, and fixed this, use this link
It's actually the small link (usually above those stupid "download ads") at the bottom of all the text
Core Parking, is what your PC will do to reserve power for your computer (this will make your laptop battery die faster though, so the program can turn it on and off for gaming), but the problem is Windows OS can be aggressive not letting another core open even if it's around 80% which can cause micro stutter (aka fps drops to 60->0->60 FPS) freezing the game for a second as it prepares the core, and when it's not needed again it will turn off again causing this to happen again and again. this will also make it all four cores are always on
2. Down sampling (Games that don't offer AA, but this more taxing to your computer)
First I will give down sampling a explanation to what it is first
Down Samlping is OGSSAA (Ordered Grid SuperSampling AntiAliasing), and is simply the best of all Anti Aliasing but the most taxing to your computer, but seeing how some games do not have these options (aka console ports) this is the only way to add AA to those games. I will show you the math of what will happen when you down sample and what will happen to your fps
2880 x 1620 (4665600 Pixels) -> 1920 x 1080 (2073600 Pixels) 1/2.25 the fps (so 60 FPS would go down to 26 FPS)
(120 FPS -> 53 FPS)
3200 x 1800 (5760000 Pixels) -> 1920 x 1080 (2073600 Pixels) 1/2.78 the fps (so 60 FPS would go down to 22 FPS)
(120 FPS -> 44 FPS)
3840 x 2160 (8294400 Pixels) -> 1920 x 1080 (2073600 Pixels) 1/4 the fps (so 60 fps would go down to 15 FPS)
(120 FPS -> 30 FPS)
Al right here is how you do it on a NVIDIA CARD
1. Go To Nvidia Control Panel -> Adjust Desktop Size and Position, this will be under Display
2. Have these settings
-> Aspect Ratio
-> Perform Scaling: GPU
-> Override the Scaling mode set in games
3. Now go to Change Resolution -> Customize -> Enable Resolutions not exposed by this Display -> Create Custom Resolution
4.Now to do the down sampling, first keep it at the resolution you want so 1920x1080, switch the Standard to Manual, then when that is all done set the Horizontal Pixels and Vertical Lines of the resolution you want so as I put 3600 x 2025 as an example, but you will want something on the same aspect ratio, remember that)
VIOLA your done, my only thing you will need to have Refresh Rate 30HZ,60HZ,120HZ (dont recommend 120HZ one bit)
Here is the AMD guide to downsampling as you supposedly need a third program, but the words should be the same!
( I would only REALLY Recommend down sampling if the game doesn't offer it, as the other types of AA wont look like this but this way is hardly effective, but this is more the hammer to a brick wall approach )
No Down Sampling
Vs Down Sampling
3, Power Management, setting your PCI-Express Link Power State to OFF and CPU Minimum to 100% can help it too (aka your CPU wont flux), you might also have to change this in the BIOS too
What this will do is make sure your CPU and GPU is always running full power this again is to stop micro stuttering
4. Have a 6xx/7xx series Nvidia Card?
In the MSI Afterburner, Riva Tuner Shell, evga Precision X try activating something called KBOOST, what these video cards do is have your GPU lower it's clock speeds depending on how much it is in use to make the card last long but causes unstable FPS as it will fluxate your FPS when there isn't much to process when there isn't to much causing the game to freeze at times
What KBOOST does is have it so it doesn't have your cores under clock themselves at random intervals which would cause the screen freezing (again this will stop more micro stuttering) 5. Achieving Faster load times with a USB 3.0 Stick vs HDD 7200 RPM, or if you have a small SSD you can do this trick too
To give you an idea the average 7200 RPM Drive has a Read/Write speed that is around 80-100 MB, and a lot of the 64 GB thumb sticks (some 32 GB) sticks can have faster write speeds then the average HDD which is generally from 150-225 MB Read spead doubling or almost doubling the speed of your hard drive, as what's important for gaming is the READ speed (writing is when your installing, making files,ect) so what you will do is take the BIGGEST game files, which are generally the data folder which it will load up, put them in your thumb stick. Let's say your Battlefield 4/Data Drive all the .CAS Files are 1gb each and the main bulk of the game loads up to your pc. Step 1. Make a Back Up Folder in the directory with all the Data files so lets say Battlefield 4/Data/Backup, you would move all the .CAS Files your going to move out from that folder into there so cas_01.cas to cas_21.cas (Move them so Cut not copy)
Step 2. Now copy all the .CAS files onto your SSD or USB 3.0 Thumb drive
Step 3. Enter the CMD.EXE in ADMIN MODE (YOU MUST BE IN ADMIN MODE! AND HAVE FULL PRIVILIGES to both folders!) Step 4.Enter the following command
MKLINK /d C:\Origin Games\Battlefield 4\Data\cas_01.cas G:\cas-01.cas
what you just made was a symbolic link, as now battlefield 4 will go oh I found the file here and your SSD/Thumb drive will go OH I ACTUALLY HAVE THE FILE HERE RAM READ THIS! (you will see a copy of the file you want in the battlefield 4/data folder with 0 bytes Now repeat this for Cas_01.cas to cas_021.cas You can also use the program suggested below by vanhoe I added to my link but the program does mklink /j where it's making a symbolic link of a whole folder and everything inside, depending on the game this might be better (aka a game with a bunch of smaller .dat files) where symbolic is when the game has a few large files scattered about or you want both your HDD and SSD sending to your ram at the same time as Ram is about 5-15x faster depending on how much you spent for the SDD and or ram 6. DNS Server (this should help improve performance on Web Browsing, not so much gaming) https://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm DNS stands for Domain Name System in the easiest way to explain it is the great internet Telephone book you put lets say www.google.ca, your computer wouldn't understand that since it's numbers so what the DNS does is translate www.google.ca into 188.8.131.52 making a IP address your computer can understand, the same thing you dont put your buddies name into the phone, you put his telephone number... but usually the average ISP DNS server is pretty crappy and will have to load up a few DNS's servers for one website making it take awhile, and there is a DNS "cache" will can over fill and remove previous domain names, in which it will have to relook everything up again (this could possibly making searching servers up for games faster though, I dont think it will increase your ping though, more for browsing the internet) The above program will fix find the fastest DNS server for you, the smaller the bar the better (aka the first one should be the best), but try to pick from two different DNS servers (aka you get to put two in, just have two different servers incase one goes down) 7. Enable Write Caching (Increase faster HDD performance) This stores the data before your hard drive writes it... so I will say one thing
A. Have it on a secondary drive not holding your OS
B. Instantly turn it off during electrical storms/something that might cause power outage
C. Never press the reset button
D. Why you might loose data if you loose power or don't do the correct way of resetting of shutting down your PC E. You are liable to any corrupted data 1. Go to Control Panel
2. Go to Device Manager
3. Go to Disk Drive
4. Select Properties 5. Select Policies 6. Check Enable Write Caching Tip.8 How to boot up faster with a dual/quad core CPU 1. Go to MSCONFIG.exe *search it from your start menu*
2. Go to Boot
3. Advance Options 4. Check of Number Processors 5. 2/3/4 based on how many processors you have TIPS From Other People ( I will say it right here I havent touched AMD/ATI in quite awhile so if you have to do something else) (I will also update this with a tip or two daily, and try to update the tips from others)
PC Building TIPS
Strongest (Current) Video Cards In Order for Nvidia (600 vs 700 Series)
GTX 790 (TBA 1200$+ Estimate) > GTX 690 (999$) > GTX 780 (500$) > GTX Titan (999$) > GTX 770 (380$) > GTX 680 (440$) > GTX 670 (290$) > GTX 760 (290$) >GTX 660 (210$)
Strongest (Current) Video Cards in Order for AMD (7000 vs 8000 Series)
AMD Current line up isn't as confusing it would pretty much look like this
AMD 8890 > AMD 7890 > AMD 8850
It's pretty much the performance is pretty close to each other, the series higher will generally be the more powerful one, as the NVIDIA one is a tad more complicated right now with 600 series being better and worst in some scenarios (it's currently the most powerful GPU on the NVIDIA side, beating the 680 and 780, just a general tip of how it works though
Mid End Game (199-399$ Range)
High End Gaming (400-1000$ Range)
DO not pick up a GTX Titan, it isn't a gaming card, it's what we like to call a work station card, and is more designed for having HIGH Ram and doing calculations and is more made for the line of doing CGI Effects for movies, Scientific Calculations, Very Intensive Photo Shop. It's is pretty much slightly better 770 like the difference might be 1-4 FPS in games
4 vs 8 vs 16 GB's of ram?
The good old question, as of Right now is how much RAM do I need? Here is what my thoughts are on how much ram you should build your PC with
4 GB is decent, and all you need to play all the current games right now but it slowly seems like we will be pushing the way of 8 GB with the new consoles coming out, so in my honest opinion, 4GB will most likely become obsolete soon and 8GB of ram at a decent speed is around 40-60$ which is pretty cheap as i think the 4GB is 20-30$, and with the console limit of 8GB I highly doubt we will need to go past 8GB any time soon as this seems to be the new norm setup by the consoles, but if you want to be safe pick up a motherboard that has four DDR 3 RAM slots, which might add you possibly another 30-60$ on your PC, but it saves you from shelling out about 100$ for 16GB (2 x 8GB) RAM, or buyying another MOBO 100$+ in the future
Why would I want to go past 8GB's of ram? (For Gaming)
Well there is a nifty trick if you want faster load times then the master race and their PC's with SSD... you can create something called a RAM DISK which turns your RAM into a hard drive, but you will need the program RAM DISK to do this
Since RAM completely wipes itself when your PC goes off, this program lets you save a image that it can load up when ever you boot it back on it, but Chrono ATOG how much faster is this compared to a SSD? I load Skyrim in 20ish seconds on HDD, 10ish seconds on SSD, every game I made a Ramdisk... 1 second, statistically speaking it's 15 times-ish faster then a SSD
i5 vs i7 also 4 vs 8 core processors
Should you get a I7 for gaming, I mean if you have the budget for it go for it, but will it be that much of a different... ehhh.. not really, to get honest, you will only need around a I5-2400 or better (you can safely over clock it to around 3.3 GHZ, it's what I currently have in a stock cooling PC. but the perfect CPU for gaming and cheap right now would be around 200-300$ reaching 3.1-4 GHZ, the newer consoles are using eight core but at a lower speed, I will also give you an idea how a CPU will work if you have 4 cores of CPU at 3.3 ghz in a quad core
doesn't equal this 3.3 x 4 cores = 13.2 GHZ
it means you have four cores that have 3.3 ghz of processing power, and if you want a program to run it will use a part of your CPU to calculate, but the problem if lets say 1/2 our CPU is in use and you want to use 2/3's of your cpu it would have to go to the processor that has the room to do that process so a eight cores can be slower and less ineffective the a CPU
Full Tower vs Mid Tower
When should you get a full tower, or a Mid Tower Computer Case? Well I'll tell you the benefits of both
+ Less Fans required to push the dust out
+ Only Planning to use one video card
+ Micro ATX Motherboard
- Cant hold some of the larger more powerful motherboards
- Slightly warmer then full towers, unless you pay a good extra chunk of cash (there are mid-towers that are better then full towers at being cold but again that's in the 100 buckaroo region for a case and it's a slight one to two degrees colder)
- Less Room making a water cooler hard to put in
+ Slightly bit cooler temeprature
+ Easier to add Water Cooling
+ More Room for Multiple Parts
+ Full ATX Motherboard
+ Planning to do major overclocking where the slight temperature change might be helpful in the end(its only 1-3 degrees cooler really)
- Need more fans to push out the dust
- More Moola (money)
My only tip is if your going to use water cooling and SLI/Crossfire, and using a Full ATX and not a Micro ATX go for a tower, if not just pick up a Medium Tower
Decent Gaming Computer
Graphics Card: 670 GTX [265$]
CPU: I5 - 2400 (3.1 GHZ, 4 cores) [200$]
MOBO: This is up to opinion but if look for a decently priced should be around [60-70$] (needs to support LGA 1155)
RAM: 1600 Mhz 8 GB (2 x 4GB sticks) [65-85$]
Hard Drive: 1 Terabyte HD [100-120$]
PSU: RAIDMAX RX-850AE 850W ATX12V [109$]
Case: Any Micro ATX box [30-40$]
Reasoning for Parts
GPU: the extra 200$ or even 100$ or 50$ is not worth the "slight" performance boost you might get out of the games is not worth it, it's a 10-15 FPS in most games then a 780 which is the second most powerful card out right now, it would also be cheaper to again SLI if you decided to upgrade with another 670
CPU: 3.1 GHZ is all you really need right now and seeing how it can safely be OC to 3.4 GHZ, it is pretty good right now for what it needs to do, but feel free to upgrade this if you desire
Mobo: This is brand preference to me but if you desire to upgrade to SLI do pay the extra money for it
Ram: Again mostly brand preference again, just buy one with heat sinks if you want to OC them in the future
PSU: ALWAYS GET GOLD Certified, this is THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR PC. END OF STORY!
Case: Really up to you for how much you want to spend
Total: 815$ Before tax, but if you already own some of the parts and upgrading your computer
-> Have a HDD and case?
-> Have a PSU/HDD/and Case?
-> Have a Mobo/HDD/ and Case?
+70$ (a 64gb solid state drive to use for games)
+60$ (a 7.1 surround sound card)
+60 (SLI MOBO)
http://www.traynier.com/software/steammover (easier version of Step 5, wont work with Valve steam games though) (From Vanhoe)
Again if I have made any errors, do let me know I will flame you and call you an idiot and say my pc is bette-
Nah do let me know, as this forum is to help peoples computers run faster, deal with games that wont offer Anti aliasing and such
ALSO, feel free to send me a PM, give me a budget for a pc and any parts your thinking you can bring over to the new computer, I will gladly try to make you the best PC you can!
Great Gaming Laptops for a Decent Price
They both use this GPU
which seem to run some games above 30 FPS on ultra but every game is playable on HIGH for 1300$ with tax, that's a decent gaming laptop
Free to play Games
Low End PC's
DnD Online - F2P, all the pay stuff is available for awards from the harder PVE adventures. Great if you like DnD
Get Amped 2 - F2P, a fun free to play fighter game where you can design your own model (kinda basic combat system like super smash bros where you dont have to know 50 million combos)
Lost Sector - F2P MMO in alpha that plays like X-com combat wise
Medium End Pc's
Planetside 2 - F2P Open world FPS, the problem is there is a slight pay wall if your not amazing at the game
Warface - F2p FPS with co-op and bf3/cod/css like game play running on the cry engine
Warframe - F2P FPS... your space robot ninjas enough said
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by Ornlu Wolfjarl in I need help building my computer... and I have no idea where to start
Please bear with me, otherwise go through the summary at the end:
The first thing you need to do is come up with a budget. You gotta figure out the amount of money you are comfortable spending, because if you end up buying a very expensive and good graphics card but get a subpar motherboard to go with it, overall performance is gonna suffer and you'll just have blown your money away.
After that, you need to decide which brand you are gonna go. If you are gonna go for cheaper parts, I suggest buying AMD graphics and ASUS ATI motherboards from 2 years back, since they were top of the line at their time and much better than any other competitor in the market and are quite affordable now. If you want all the best and newer parts, then I suggest you go for Intel graphics, since right now they are winning the graphic wars and are quite more stable than AMD currently. But they are much more expensive. Depending on where you live, you gotta decide on a cooling system for your graphics card. If you are somewhere where it gets above 40 degrees C in summer, you are probably gonna require a watercooled grapics card, possibly CPU and perhaps motherboard. EDIT: Make sure you have plenty of GPU memory, it's what ultimately defines good graphics for your games. It's also best if you buy a dual graphics cards system.
Then, you have to find a good motherboard to support your graphics card. The newer, the better, since the motherboard is the central skeleton of your whole system, and any upgrades you are gonna be doing in the future will probably not include the motherboard. You gotta find something that will support your graphics card and be a good base for your CPU and RAM choices, and will have the capability to support any newer parts you are gonna upgrade in the future. ASUS is my personal brand of preference.
After you've chosen the motherboard, it's time to choose a CPU and RAM. You gotta find something supported by the motherboard, and you can find compatible ones from the motherboards manual, which will be available for free at their website. As far as RAMs go, if you can get them as duals, it's better, even if their overall capacity is less. Duals are faster than singles. I suggest getting 2 pairs of 2x2GB rams. 8 GBs will be enough to cover your games, but you can go for up to 16GB with ease without paying too much for it. RAMs are cheap compared to everything else.
As far as CPUs go, you don't need it to be much faster than 2-2.5 GHz, but make sure it has 4 cores or more and it's 64-bits. You are also gonna need to buy a good thermal paste. I like Arctic Silver paste best, but you can go with whatever you feel like. They are pretty cheap, so it's best to buy 2 tubes or more if you can afford it, since a single tube might not be quite enough for sufficient coating. For CPUs, I wouldn't suggest Intels, never really liked their performance to cost ratio. Best choice for me is AMD, but again this depends on the motherboard you chose, which depends on the graphics you chose.
Then you can go out and buy internal hard disks, a case, a power supply and any other peripherals you'll need (monitor, mouse, keyboard, speakers). As far as hard disks go, Samsung is the most cost-effective for me. The case you'll choose really depends on your visual preferences, but just make sure it's got plenty of space to fit your parts and allow for good air ventilation. Also make sure it has plenty of fanpower, especially for the motherboard and the graphics card. Any power supply above 150W will do in my opinion, anything close to 1000W is excessive in my opinion, but it depends on the parts you chose. One thing is sure, spare no expense for your power supply. It's a big investement, since if it's not really good it may damage your other parts through fluctuating currents, or if there's an electrical failure for whatever reason in your room and it doesn't do its job properly, your whole PC might burn out. So make sure it's top of the line, it's got enough wattage and it's got enough, as well as the right, wires for your components.
1) Decide a budget
2) Decide on your graphics card, ATI is cheaper, Intel is better (although some past ATI models are actually better than Intel) - Personal preference: ATI
3) Find a good motherboard, newer is better - Personal preference: ASUS
4) Find a CPU compatible to your motherboard, anything 64-bit, above 2-2.5 GHz, and at least 4 cores. - Personal prefernece: AMD (more cost-effective)
5) Find RAMs compatible to your motherboard. Duals are better than mono, 8 GB overall capacity at least, 16GB is awesome and enough
6) Find a case and a power supply. Case big enough and make sure it has lots and/or powerful fans in the right positions, power supply is important to be top of the line and anything between 650-800W is fine. Make sure it has enough wires and they are the right ones for your components
7) Find hard disks and peripherals. Personal preference: Samsung (hard disks).
8) Don't forget to buy a thermal paste for your CPU. You might need a watercooler for your graphics card if you leave in even a mildly hot area, and even hotter areas will also need a watercooler for your CPU.
My own build (cost me about 1000 UK pounds 2.5 years ago, now it's about 600-700):
Motherboard: Asus Crosshair IV Formula AMD 890FX (Socket AM3/AM3+) DDR3
Graphics: XFX ATI Radeon HD 6870 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 Six Core 1090T Black Edition 3.20GHz (Socket AM3)
RAM: 2x G.Skill RipJaw 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 PC3-10666C9 1333MHz - 16gb total
My PC can play most of the games you mentioned at highest settings. The only games I keep on medium are Dawn of War II and Company of Heroes II, and only during multiplayer. It has no problem in single player.
Hope it helps, sorry for long post
EDIT: Corrected a serious mistake on power supply wattage.
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by Harvster-01 in Sony ps4 now scraping game trade to freinds and game trade-ins
woops fort it was actualy somthing that was important how do you delete posts
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by Yourface632 in PS4 All You Need to Know Mega Thread
Thanks for Checking Out the Thread
A LIKE Wouldn't Hurt Anyone
This is the All You Need to Know Thread for the PS4
It is broken down into three Sections:
Games , Features and Hardware.
Games listed might not be Launch titles games will be designated by either [LT] for Launch Title or [NT] for Not Launch title.
This information is not necessarily new however I figured compiling it into one thread would be helpful for many.
KillZone Shadow Fall [LT]
Assassin's Creed Black Flag [LT]
Battlefield 4 [LT]
Nba 2k14 [LT]
Cod Ghost [LT]
Need for Speed Rivals [LT]
Madden 25 [LT]
Fifa 14 [LT]
Infamous Second Son [NLT]
The Order:1886 [NLT]
Injustice Gods Among Us [LT]
Watch Dogs [NLT]
Dying Light [NLT]
Drive Club [NLT]
The Evil Within [NLT]
The Crew [NLT]
Wolfenstein The New Order [NLT]
Mad Max [NLT]
Contrast [LT] Free for PS PLUS
Resogun [LT] Free for PS PLUS
Secret Ponchos [NLT]
Rays's the Dead [NLT]
Don't Starve [NLT]
Blacklight Retribution [LT] FREE
Dragon Age Inquisition [NLT]
The Witcher 3 [NLT]
Suspend and Resume
This feature will allow yo to directly pick up where you left of in a game. It does this by putting your console in a low power state therefor saving the exact point where you left off for your next boot up. I don't believe it is available at launch.
The Share button will allow you to upload great moments of gameplay to Twitch or U stream aswell as eventually Youtube.
Download while playing
Downloading while playing will be awesome. Thanks to a dedicated extra cpu for downloads only it will also not effect your gaming performance Along with this games can be downloaded in parts such as multiplayer first then Single player. You can also play before the downloads are even finished!
This is an awesome feature that allows you to play full PS4 games on your PS Vita. I personally will not be taking advantage of this because I don't own a VIta however this is still pretty cool.
Cross Game Chat
This has been long awaited for PlayStation users and it will be available a launch and will support up to 8 people.
Even though I'm not personally getting this at launch it still has some pretty cool things such as the Playroom and such going for it. I look forward to seeing what they do in the future.
Got this from this website
PlayStation 4 Specifications
CPU: low power x86-64 AMD "Jaguar", 8 cores GPU: 1.84 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon™ Graphics Core Next engine Memory: GDDR5 8GB Hard Disk Drive: Built –in Optical Drive (Read only): BD 6xCAV, DVD 8xCAV I/O: Super-Speed USB (USB 3.0), AUX Communication: Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth® 2.1 (EDR) AV output: HDMI, Analog-AV out, Digital Output (optical) DualShock 4 specifications:
External Dimensions: Approx. 162mm x 52mm x 98mm Weight: Approx. 210g (tentative) Buttons: PS button, SHARE button, OPTIONS button, Directional buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right), Action buttons (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square), R1/L1/R2/L2/R3/L3, Right stick, Left stick, Touch Pad Button, Touch Pad 2 Point Touch Pad, Click Mechanism, Capacitive Type Other Features: Light Bar, Vibration, Built-in Mono Speaker Ports: USB (Micro , Extention Port, Stereo Headset Jack Wireless communication: Bluetooth® Ver2.1+EDR PS4 camera specifications
External Dimension: Approx. 186mm x 27mm x 27mm Weight: Approx. 183g Video Pixel: (Maximum) 1280 x 800 pixel x 2 Video Frame Rate: 1280x800 pixel @ 60fps, 640x400 pixel @ 120fps, 320x192 pixel @ 240fps Video Format: RAW, YUV (uncompressed) Lens: Dual Lenses, F value/F2.0 fixed focus Field-of-View: 85 degrees Microphone: 4 Channel Microphone Array Connection Type: PS4 dedicated connector (AUX connector) Cable Length: Approx. 2m (tentative)
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by NARDCORE_805 in Warframe ps4! 11-15-13!
Alright guys new info on Warframe stuff!!
Warframe: PlayStation Plus Starter Pack (PS4)Free for PS Plus members
The starter pack includes:
- 100 Platinum
- 50,000 Credits
- Falcon Mod Pack – includes 5 mods, one guaranteed to be Uncommon or better
- 3-Day Affinity Booster – Ranks up equipment at a faster rate
- 3-Day Credit Booster – Credits can be gathered quicker You guys ready or what??
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by NARDCORE_805 in Warframe ps4! 11-15-13!
Okay I contacted SEN and then chatted with one of their support people and basically all I got is “Unfortunately, if the items are no longer available for pre-order on the store there is no way to pre-order the content. I do apologize, but the only thing that I can suggest doing is checking the store at a later time.”
They also told me that it could be that the publisher themselves ended the promotion and that it could be something I have to notify them about.
People have been posting in the comments of that link I gave you the same thing pretty much. Someone even got the exact same response as me.
I am going to notify the people over at Warframe and I'll see if I get anything from them!
I'm sorry guys!! Thanks for being patient!
Raven123 liked a post in a topic by NARDCORE_805 in Warframe ps4! 11-15-13!
Okay there appears to be something wrong with the website. You should be able to download the free goodies as a preorder until November 12th.
Here is a link to where you can see the information of the free goodies and a link that is apparently not working. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2013/11/07/warframe-ps4-pre-order-bonuses-detailed/
I will send them a ticket and try and figure out what is going on!
I'll let you all know if they get back to me!