notpryat replied to the topic just did a case swap and wanted to share some pics. in the forum Lobby 5 years ago
what a nub w/c setup
From Section 265.37:
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF CERTAIN AMMUNITION FEEDING DEVICES. IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL FOR A PERSON TO KNOWINGLY POSSESS AN AMMUNITION FEEDING DEVICE THAT SUCH PERSON LAWFULLY POSSESSED BEFORE THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE CHAPTER OF THE LAWS OF TW…[Read more]
I don't think its the perspective “Steam Box” at all.
According to [Valve representative] Giardito, Valve's presence at CES is primarily to meet with hardware manufacturers to explore how a “Steam Box” interface or standard might be made. He said that there is no single Steam…
TL;DR – Don't expect anything actually new until the next generation of consoles.The problem I feel is with Activision Blizzard being the publisher. From a business standpoint, they're a great company and put an emphasis on performing well for their stockholders. Their cash cow are console gamers and that's what they're going to make games for.…[Read more]
No they don't. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. The console fanboy fucktards eat this series up, why change it while all that cash is rolling in. Like the Chicago Cubs….why put a good team on the field when Wrigley will drawn 3 million fans a year regardless how the team does.
Yes its true that if the game continues to return high profits, th…[Read more]
it is not a new engine….that was my point. I was trying to saying that if COD ever decides to actually update its 7 year old engine, it will sell like hotcakes.
Ah, I misread your hypothetical statement, which I agree. They really need to start over and design an engine that's optimized for multi-core.
Remember the days when COD actually taught you history? Man good times.Personally I don't think its a new engine at all. If you watch the MW3 and Black Ops trailer, the graphics look almost the same. Yet in game, its a whole different story. I don't think they're legit game play trailers, since wheres all the flying paper and crap? WHERES THE…[Read more]
I can tell you that it is a terrible idea to check a PC. I actually work for a company that does baggage conveyor equipment. It is violent in the baggage area.
True that, especially when airlines are trying to cut the turn-around time for their planes at airports.I also never knew that about Delta (I suspect its just them not wanting to deal wi…[Read more]
you are not allowed to check a pc. you have to carry it on.
I've checked a mid-tower desktop PC multiple times without any trouble (4 times off the top of my head). Unless its explicitly prohibited by the airline you choose, the TSA has no regulations on this. As long as you are under the weight/size limits, you should be fine. You can request a…[Read more]