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Might not be around much until my ISP fixes a "minor technical fault" in my area which has killed my internet. Just in time for Forza 4. ETA of a fix is the 20th... not such a minor fault, then, eh?

This is a perfect example of why requiring an always-on connection for a game in the UK is a total, complete and abysmal farce.

...

In other news, bought Crysis 2 as I spotted it cheap. So far, I'm actually quite enjoying it, although it's nothing like 1, it's not as bad as I was perhaps lead to believe. Of course, I'm running the 1.9 patch with DX11 and high-res textures, so perhaps that makes a difference?
Sorry to hear about the Internet issues. Hopefully they'll get it back up before then.

Yeah with Crysis 2, it's not as open as Crysis 1 and Warhead (leaning more towards being very linear), but certainly not bad at all. It was weird having the shortcut controls for the suit changed to simple button presses, but you quickly adapt to them and wonder why they didn't do it like this in the first place. Combining some of the abilities is also a welcome change as well.

Overall, it was a fun ride and I do look forward to the third title. All the negative reviews that I have seen are either because people have an inflated sense of entitlement, or they didn't go in with an open mind and felt this game was far-removed from the original titles.

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Might not be around much until my ISP fixes a "minor technical fault" in my area which has killed my internet. Just in time for Forza 4. ETA of a fix is the 20th... not such a minor fault, then, eh?

This is a perfect example of why requiring an always-on connection for a game in the UK is a total, complete and abysmal farce.

...

In other news, bought Crysis 2 as I spotted it cheap. So far, I'm actually quite enjoying it, although it's nothing like 1, it's not as bad as I was perhaps lead to believe. Of course, I'm running the 1.9 patch with DX11 and high-res textures, so perhaps that makes a difference?
I hear you, there building tram lines arround here an they've disrrupted our connections a few times which is probably why I stopped playing GT5.

And I really like crysis 2, it works well in surround (minus the usual see through walls in narrow spaces), it looks as good as anything else out at the moment and really pushes my hardware with the dx11 patches (esspecially if you add Maldo's textures ontop of the official texture updates).

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Totally awesome idea. I'll be doing this from time to time. I'm used to using all three, but there are times that one is all I need.
Glad it's comming in handy, I see it as it might only be a small amount of energy/cash your saving each day but if that means a couple of pounds/dollars you can spend on an upgrade every year or so (and still enjoy the ultimate surround gaming) its well worth it

Speaking of energy saving does anyone with a gigabyte mobo ever use EnergySaver 2.0? I've noticed with this running that with it set to max, somehow my GPU's and CPU are running cooler (heat can sometimes be an issue in surround) during benches without actually sacrificing any performance.

I'm guessing it's being a bit smarter with voltage switching and reducing volts where it's not needed but it still seems a mystery how it's managing it.
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I've found my 'old' Sky Broadband router (which I hate, as Sky encrypt your username/password into it, and I've got one of the more recent ones that people haven't figured out how yet) so I've got bodge-job internet working. It's just slow as cold treacle because despite advertising 20Mbps, my phone line just won't do faster than 3Mbps, and usually is more around the 1Mbps region.

An interesting development - after being told by one of the ISP call-centre people (chap with an Indian accent so heavy I could barely understand him) yesterday, I checked their website which lists errors and it said there were none in my area. Today I phoned up to enquire why the error wasn't listed on their support site, to be told that there were no problems in the area, and after 30 mins of diagnostics, that the modem and connection was fine.

Which it isn't, even when I do exactly what I don't want to and plug the modem straight into my PC (I'm deeply allergic to bypassing my hardware firewall) so they're sending a technician out to try to find out what's wrong.

Also, they're going to track down the chap who fed me a line about "minor technical fault" yesterday. What happens then, I have no idea. Frankly, I'd quite like to get stroppy about this - although not at the lass I spoke to today, as it's not her fault... but I feel a strongly worded letter coming on after cable internet is back up and running.

But who do I believe? Who is correct? (Apart from me and the fact that my internet is knackered) modern British Company Customer Service fail.

Also, it's amazing how dependent on the internet you become (particularly for work and gaming) and how much of a shock it is when it disappears.

...

Other reason why I hate using Sky broadband is dynamic IP addresses. I've got used to seeing the same IP address all the time. But then, I am a creature of habit, so...

...

Chobbit - I thought they'd stopped extending the trams in Manchester because it was too expensive? I know they were out of action for a while... was it last year, or was it longer?
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I've found my 'old' Sky Broadband router (which I hate, as Sky encrypt your username/password into it, and I've got one of the more recent ones that people haven't figured out how yet) so I've got bodge-job internet working. It's just slow as cold treacle because despite advertising 20Mbps, my phone line just won't do faster than 3Mbps, and usually is more around the 1Mbps region.

An interesting development - after being told by one of the ISP call-centre people (chap with an Indian accent so heavy I could barely understand him) yesterday, I checked their website which lists errors and it said there were none in my area. Today I phoned up to enquire why the error wasn't listed on their support site, to be told that there were no problems in the area, and after 30 mins of diagnostics, that the modem and connection was fine.

Which it isn't, even when I do exactly what I don't want to and plug the modem straight into my PC (I'm deeply allergic to bypassing my hardware firewall) so they're sending a technician out to try to find out what's wrong.

Also, they're going to track down the chap who fed me a line about "minor technical fault" yesterday. What happens then, I have no idea. Frankly, I'd quite like to get stroppy about this - although not at the lass I spoke to today, as it's not her fault... but I feel a strongly worded letter coming on after cable internet is back up and running.

But who do I believe? Who is correct? (Apart from me and the fact that my internet is knackered) modern British Company Customer Service fail.

Also, it's amazing how dependent on the internet you become (particularly for work and gaming) and how much of a shock it is when it disappears.

...

Other reason why I hate using Sky broadband is dynamic IP addresses. I've got used to seeing the same IP address all the time. But then, I am a creature of habit, so...

...

Chobbit - I thought they'd stopped extending the trams in Manchester because it was too expensive? I know they were out of action for a while... was it last year, or was it longer?
Couple of occassions over the last year, sadly they didn't stop and it extending through my town of Ashton, through oldham and up to rochdale by 2014. It's not just the internet its my daily commute which runs all along the tram construction route lol.

I've never been with sky but i've heard there not the best anyway, I only get about 5mb connection with o2 and can't ever get anymore but atleast it's pretty reliable when people arent digging into our cabling, sigh!

Good luck with getting yours sorted.
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just got my 2 gtx 470s and 3 22" monitors and will be joining the surround group as soon as my new psu gets here(my old psu wont handle these 2 cards in sli)
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just got my 2 gtx 470s and 3 22" monitors and will be joining the surround group as soon as my new psu gets here(my old psu wont handle these 2 cards in sli)

850w should be more than enough for two 470's heavily overclocked and a physx card so you shouldn't need a new PSU. Or is the 850w what your getting?

Welcome to the club when you get setup.
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ty! and no the 850w i have is a thermaltake and to do sli i would have to use 2- 2 4pin molex to 6pin adapters. i just dont trust this psu after the reviews ive read. im OCed on my cpu to 4.8 at 1.48 vcore so i dont wanna add 2 gtx 470s OCed to 800
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ty! and no the 850w i have is a thermaltake and to do sli i would have to use 2- 2 4pin molex to 6pin adapters. i just dont trust this psu after the reviews ive read. im OCed on my cpu to 4.8 at 1.48 vcore so i dont wanna add 2 gtx 470s OCed to 800

Yeah I hear you, PSU's can be so temperamental and risky, I've learnt to spend more money on a good quality PSU it saves you any headaches and having to worry about the safety of all your other components. Well I can't recommend the AX850 enough, fully modular, fully black braided and shrink wrapped, All the connections you will need (including 4x 8/6 pin PCI connectors), compact and well built. Pricey I know, but not extremely pricey and well worth it.
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Hey guys,

I'm going to slowly make my way back to Surround in the next few months hopefully but I'm looking to pickup my first ips monitor. One thing I can say is that these suckers are expensive. Since I'm still feeling my personal financial pinch, I'm going to get one ips at a time. So far I've narrowed down my selection to a few, in particular I'm liking the LG IPS231P-BN. Any thoughts on this guy? My budget is ~$200 for each one.
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