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WarDog21

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#21 14 years ago

VENT! much better than ts




Red Rebel Advanced Member

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#22 14 years ago

Who, try using the FileFront server? There is a link on the network sites, or use the IP: 72.232.56.234:8768




Guest

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#23 14 years ago
lewis55AMD 4000+ OC to 2.8ghz XFX7600GT 2GB corsair dual channel ram

Well considering your system, you have no reason to complain about resource issues.

I got Kingston btw ;) Far better.




Agent_0range

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#24 14 years ago
BlіtzkrіegVentrilo does seem to give better sound quality. Just make sure your host has a good upload speed, and plenty of bandwidth.

[COLOR=black]That’s not quite true; TeamSpeak can also have high sound quality if the server changes the codecs to something a bit better. Trouble is that the better codecs on TS start to take up vast amounts of bandwidth with multiple users, so most people stick to the mic-in-the-anus quality.

I'd stick to Ventrilo though, as it gives high quality while not being quite so bad at hogging the bandwidth[/COLOR]




Bs|Archaon

I would die without GF

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#25 14 years ago
myrkul_8Why go so advanced when Microsoft Messenger do just the same? And its default on most computers.

Uhm, do you use NetMeeting for chatting with friends? Because that's included on all computers since like...Win 98 I think? No, you don't; because it's crap, and MSN is better. Same with this, for what they want to do MSN is crap. :cya:




Kilobyte

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#26 14 years ago
myrkul_8Well considering your system, you have no reason to complain about resource issues.

:uhh:

Man, System specs are just the tip of the resources issue.

1st. Is the typical computer resources, or the specs of the computer.

2nd. Are the "requirements" of the software. If the software's requirements are too close to the specs of the computer, then that leaves little resources for additional programs. New games can push the limits of even lewis55's system. As I'm sure you know, the higher the resolution you push the game, the higher the requirements for that game.

3rd. Bandwidth. Bandwidth is a resource that is not often calculated. Games eat up a good bit of bandwidth. adding another program may cause lag, and make the game more difficult.

4th. The resource usage of other "essential" programs, such as the voice chat, firewall, anti-virus, joystick drivers, etc... The more programs that are open, while playing the game, the lower the resources will be. Also, you should not disable your Anti-virus, or Firewall while playing a game.

Then you have to worry about the stability, and reliability of the program. As well as the ease of use factor, interoperability, and features of the program.




Bs|Archaon

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#27 14 years ago

Plus, you don't want people sending you text messages through MSN when you're gaming.




[TtgD] Lewis

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#28 14 years ago

i think he just wants a agument as even when i post my system kingston is better