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About Spookiwi

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  1. Toxic Server

    This honestly makes me sick. Not only do we have times on war 3 where it's hard to get people on, but now we have people who feel the need to make people feel like shit to the point where they leave. Rookie, I seriously hope you take this to the complaint department because toxicity like this is just plain horrendous. I hope that this isn't a final goodbye and you decide to come back. It's always nice to see you on helping to populate the server. To all the people who think degrading people will make you look cool in front of everyone, It doesn't. Not only do you look idiotic but you're also helping kill the server in the process.
  2. Howdy

    Hey Lost, great to see you wanting to help contribute to the war3 server with your maps. Welcome to the forums
  3. not alot of people on war3 server anymore

    Sadly, I can only get on my computer during the weekend but almost every day I can I hop on for a good couple of hours. Hopefully now that face is back, we can get some changes out that will bring some people onto the server again.
  4. Thought on Starting Build?

    Yeah, sorry about that. The budget started at around 500 but since I wanna pay this off as fast as I can I just went with around 400 and got the parts really cheap off amazon. I will start upgrading parts fairly soon, that's why I went with the 1 stick of ram instead of the 2 since it would've been waste of money in the long run. Honestly don't know what the difference is between Nvidia and AMD since i'm not that familiar with how they run but from what I've heard and read, people seem to say that the rx 470 is really good for how cheap it is. I'll end up getting an SSD later on too but that might be a while since I don't have time for a job with school and baseball.
  5. Thought on Starting Build?

    I can always add more ram if I get a hold of some more money. I'm trying to stay as low as possible on the cost since I still have to pay for a lot of this when I start working this summer ;-; I was reading up about what an SSD did. They seem extremely useful so I'm most likely gonna add that next when I can. My orders on Amazon tell me my stuff will only arrive next week even though I had it set to two day shipping. Hopefully this isn't the case as I'd like to play it as soon as possible but who knows with ordering stuff online.
  6. Thought on Starting Build?

    Since I have a potato for a laptop, I've decided to build my own gaming computer with the money I've saved over the years (and also got lucky on my moms scratch off ticket and won $300). It's nothing really special but just an entry level build that will allow me to upgrade as time goes on. I do have some questions as I'm not too experienced with specs on computers and such. I do have my brother helping me and he has helped some of his friends but I'd like some more opinions on it and I have questions that I hope some people can answer. Build: Cpu - Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor Gpu - Gigabyte Radeon RX 470 4GB G1 Gaming Video Card Mobo - Asus H110M-A/M.2 Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard Ram - Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory Storage - Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Psu - EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply Pcpartpicker link - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/yhDRnn Using my Brother's Case and he's buying me my own Cpu fan so I don't have to worry about that. He also found a lot of the parts on amazon for extremely cheap so it only totals around $450 Questions: What games can I expect to run with this? I've seen videos of people running games like Battlefield 1 on ultra at around 45 fps. I have no interest in graphics at all and just aim to enjoy the game and so I like to play with the best performance even if it means running it on low when there is no need but is that would I can expect? When I told some people that I was gonna get a gaming PC, most of the people kept pressuring me to overclock as much as I can. I'm not experienced with this but i know that it increases the heat of the part which can increase the chance of damage if it isn't done right. Should I look into overclocking or should I just forget about it? Is there any programs I should get that can optimize my settings or stuff for gaming? I know if I had an nvidia card they gave the Geforce program that can help optimize their settings for the best performance but since I don't have an Nvidia card is there anything else? That's pretty much all my questions for now. Hope you guys can give me your input if you have any. If I left off anything feel free to yell at me and call me a Potato. Hope everyone has a great day!