=VG= PBAsydney

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About =VG= PBAsydney

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  • Birthday 04/15/1991

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  1. Decided to run the user benchmark as well and absolutely creamed it http://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/4375803
  2. There are two commonly used types of M.2 drives. There's the B&M keyed M.2 SATA drives which use AHCI, these are still running on SATA, just through the M.2 connector and therefore are limited to 6Gb/s Then there are the M keyed M.2 drives that use NVME. These are the pure PCI-E drives that use the 32Gb/s interface. Rule of thumb: If it has two notches on the connector, it's an AHCI M.2 drive, if it was only one notch it's a NVME M.2 drive. If you plug an M.2 drive into your motherboard and it disables some SATA connectors on your motherboard it means you are running a AHCI M.2. If you were running a NVME M.2 you would still have all your SATA connectors enabled, but your system would lose 4 PCI-E lanes instead. Then there's SATA Express....don't even get me started on that shitshow
  3. His screenshot is from a 775 desktop, not a laptop. Core 2 Duos don't have integrated graphics and neither does his motherboard. He has a dedicated GPU, just not a powerful one. Franko, if you run "dxdiag" what device is listed under the "Display" tab?
  4. Wait, is that the reason why I always lose fights in the field in PUBG?
  5. Will be able to attend on the new date
  6. Will not be able to attend this event :(. Good luck to the rest of you.
  7. Happy Birthday, Matey!!

  8. Pineapple goes on pizza. Anyone who disagrees can fight me IRL!
  9. Ted, did the FSA shark proof their BMP1s before deploying them to Sharqi?
  10. BMP gunner on Taraba and Tampa pls.
  11. I second this. We'll fill the convoy up with cake.
  12. Evergreen has a point, could this be affecting all non-VG admins?
  13. I would personally stay clear of Saitek for the time being. Their old sticks were excellent, but then Mad Katz bought the brand and the build quality plummeted. Logitech did purchase the brand recently, but I assume they are still selling the old Mad Katz sticks with terrible build quality right now. I had an X-55 that lasted me around 2 months before switches and buttons stopped working. Bought myself a Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS and never looked back. That shit ain't cheap though.