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About Eternityx

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  • Birthday 04/16/1997

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  1. I suggest you read this https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/How_To_Develop_A_Map_That_Works Goodluck on your map though, It took me a while to finish mine
  2. Canada - Chilliwack Telus 50 Mbps download / 15 Mbps upload $75 a month There was a 250 Mbps package but the ISP discontinued it because it was 'a stress on their network'. Oh and it costed $180 a month lol.
  3. Well, when I switched from 1600x900 to 1920x1080, I lost about 10-20fps in CS:GO I still average about 230-300fps on max settings with a GTX 660. Don't expect to get the full 144hz experience in every game with a 660 unless you bump down the quality. As for DayZ SA you wouldn't really go above 70ish fps so a 144hz monitor wouldn't matter all that much.
  4. Yeah, I went to one of their concerts a few years ago. They have the best concerts
  5. Been listening to Rammstein for so long now, I remember listening to Sehnsucht when I was young and loving it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfZxYe_vHoE
  6. I've noticed that, but I think this one takes the reward for being the most childish. Amazing.
  7. Holy shit, this is hilarious. Everytime I browse this forum there's always something going on
  8. I'm pretty sure if you avoid using the real name and maybe modifying the design slightly, it would be fine. Older firearms like the AK-47 would probably be fine too since the patents have probably expired.
  9. Looks nice, could be a bit smaller with a better choice of colors
  10. Pretty good for Canada atleast
  11. looks fine to me, actually pretty similar to mine. Just get whatever fits you. I personally have 2 x ASUS 660's and a 3570k and they work great. As for which graphics card to choose: Asus is the way to go.
  12. looks cool, probably won't buy it, though
  13. Eternityx

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    If you're going to be using Photoshop, I'd recommend getting 8GB of RAM or more. Corsair Mushkin Crucial Kingston
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