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  1. Maybe that is because we are very nostalgic people. We still praise "old-good-times" and old games for some sort of soul in them, not the graphics or any fancy stuff like that, but for being made by intelligent people to cause interest in intelligent people, we usually don't like silly games with flashy graphics, at least for my generation, I do not really care for it much. I've spent like 7 years playing Ultima Online when you already had things like LineAge and games like it. You know this warm "lamp" feeling from the past...
  2. If it shuts down it is a probability of these 2: 1. Either your CPU or GPU overheats 2. Your power supply is not outputting the required amps for peak performance. (Aged?)
  3. -21 C here at night, no trouble at all as we are used to such temps, thus it is not common for us for years now. I do remember winters in my childhood when we had -25-29C and it was common. Now days I do not even turn on the heaters if it is not -5 outside... It all is a matter of getting used and being prepared to something.
  4. I do my mines right below my base, so I can further extend it into the mine, usually it is a huge cavern below the base and bae is standing on pillars of its own and later I move all the smelting/forging/chem to the mine level so it doesn't bulk up inside main base building, and I usually have paths you can travel with bike or mini, sometimes I also have some vehicle exits to the surface with gates or such
  5. Strange to hear that, as it is more than double increase, assuming your gpu dent usually give out full frames - the more frames per second your gpu/monitor emits - the smoother visual performance you get. Didn't try 144, but difference between 30-60 is clearly noticeable simply moving your mouse pointer around the screen. And difference is drastic.
  6. I my assume a good place for these ideas moves to MODs section. There are plenty modders in community who can contribute to fulfil at least some of the ideas you've got.
  7. I personally prefer laser sight for pistol/smg as you usually use them in close quarters i.e. inside POIs, not in the wilderness nor during HN. For the rest mods: silencer, extended clip, automatic fire, rad-remover
  8. the bug is registered long ago, but no solution from devs so far.
  9. reading sticky might help... https://community.7daystodie.com/bug-test-1/bug-pool/before-you-post-a-report-r929/
  10. It was FHD with reflections/shadows off and terrain quality at medium, the rest on high. The laptop was one of those Asus TUF 15" series, having a tiny 256Gb ssd and only 8Gbs of Ram along with i5-8400. Anyhow even if you downgrade resolution to 1600x900 it will only benefit you in fps as there is not much difference on a 15" display))) I'll make a test next week when paying a visit to my daughter as I only tried it on a clean installed OS/drivers/game, guess she had enough time to pollute the system with junk))
  11. Seems weird as I could squeeze 1060 3Gb to perform High Preset with Shadows/Reflections off with stable 60fps. and we're talking laptop...
  12. Khem.... seems another fat troll thread, another of infinity))
  13. The option should be implemented as 'some code' first, and it is not in a planned expense by devs. P.S. Camper detected!
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