'LIGHTNING [NL']That's more realistic than magically being pushed around.
Is it realistic to slightly be touched on the butt and then fall forwards and die? Is it realistic that a buch of ten people die because they sit and lie down on the floor while someone is driving?
NederbördIs it realistic to slightly be touched on the butt and then fall forwards and die? Is it realistic that a buch of ten people die because they sit and lie down on the floor while someone is driving?
I didn't say it was realistic, I said it was more realistic.
Tisk tisk Lightening, you know better to use techinicallity and clear English in forum arguements. The BF and BF2 player-vehicle collisions were both pretty off in extremes. If a middleground can't be reached, BF style is the win.
JeremiahThorRobinsonMuch better then 3200? I got the best case, Asus SLI deluxe mobo, 2gigs ram best DVD drives, best sound card and a $300 + SLI vid card.....When it came to the CPU I said ahh screw it and got the 3200....What a moron I am.....:( Still BF2 runs great maxed out.
Not "Much" better, but definitely better, unless you're into overclocking, then you can make that 3200+ fly. That system sounds pretty good, but I really hope thats a Socket 939 setup...
-|DKS|- deathBOBIs that why they don't perform as crappy? These forums are always the slowest I go to.
You've never been to any of EA's. Used to be on their 1942 boards when they were in their prime, and load times were insane, almost 3 minutes for one page. As for the Athlon 64's, there really isn't the greatest of variances within them. Many perform very similiar (that is, very well). Now if you want a considerable difference, go from an Athlon 64 to an Athlon 64FX; you'll see a massive difference. It's amazing how doing something like putting the memory controller onto the chip can give you so much of an increase in speed. Everybody hates the middleman
The AMD fanboys are everywhere.