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Other Games / Metrostroi (Garry's Mod)
« on: June 20, 2014, 11:20:27 pm »
A subway simulator in Garry's Mod! Just discovered this yesterday, but there's actually a subway simulator for Garry's Mod. Made by Russians, the sets are also Russian, but it's still fun to play. Only exception is the lag, from the map itself (huge map). It's also in Beta. But take a look  ;D
*Not my gameplay, I get spike lags here and there, but this is from one of the developers.
Metrostroi Subway Simulator

Other Games / Re: Post Your OMSI Screenshots/Videos Here!
« on: December 06, 2013, 09:55:10 pm »

Other Games / Re: OMSI Kneeling
« on: September 16, 2013, 09:10:31 pm »
And I'm also using the Jelcz M125M

Other Games / Re: OMSI Kneeling
« on: September 15, 2013, 03:52:20 pm »
It depends on the bus you're using, not all buses have a kneeling function.
The one I'm using is MAN NL202 CNG/MAN NL232 CNG. I remember there was a button for it to kneel but I cant remember which button..

Other Games / OMSI Kneeling
« on: September 15, 2013, 11:53:49 am »
I decided to play OMSI again but I forgot how to kneel. What is the button to kneel?

Nice, the R143 and R160 being worked on. Great time since they added R160 on the R line.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Computer Question
« on: June 19, 2013, 03:25:06 pm »
With the resources out there on the internet today, it does not take a genius to build a computer. He just has to be willing to watch a few tutorials on Youtube and learn
Newegg TV: How To Build a Computer - Part 1 - Choosing Your Components
Newegg TV: How To Build a Computer - Part 2 - The Build
Newegg TV: How To Build a Computer - Part 3 - Installing Windows & Finishing Touches

@ipac: My overclocked i5 3570K and Radeon 7850 can runs GTA IV maxed out at only 30-35 fps. Unfortunately, GTA IV's well known stuttering glitch appears when the settings are maxed on my machine and I have to tune down the shadows... OP should be happy to attain medium high without any of the graphics enhancers (aka iCEnhancer)
In my opinion, I would just buy the pre-made desktops on Newegg. AMD FX-Series FX-8120(3.1GHz), 8GB DDR3 Ram, 1TB HDD Capacity 7200rpm,AMD Radeon HD 6670 1GB, and a 700 watt PSU for $500 is totally worth it for me.
Although the motherboard may not be that great and the GPU may not be the best, he could spend money on it and could make it even better.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Computer Question
« on: June 18, 2013, 10:57:14 pm »
$500 is a pretty miniscule budget for a gaming computer....

anyways.. I would suggest you NOT get a laptop. They heat up pretty quickly and most aren't upgradeable.  Also, I don't know why, but openBVE has this weird inability to tell the graphics card to ramp up. My system with a i5 3570K @ 4.2 Ghz and a Radeon 7850 lags horribly on the R46 exterior because my graphics card remains at idle even in openBVE, which causes the game to lag as the R46 is pretty resource intensive. I've been trying to find ways to ramp up the graphics processor while playing openBVE, but so far, no luck. Since michelle has disappeared off to who knows where and openBVE has not been updated in almost a full calendar year, I don't know whether this issue will ever be fixed.

As I said before, its pretty hard to work with a small budget for someone who wants gaming performance. Here is what I can offer you for $600:

I couldn't include any hard drive, as it would have added too much onto the cost. You're going to have to reuse the hard drive you currently use. Another thing is that you will have to build this machine by yourself. You're going to have to do your homework, but the value of this machine far exceeds any piece of junk that Dell, HP or anyone else can offer. Custom built machines always offer better value than prebuilt ones.
The $500 systems listed above all have their own flaws. The FX 4130 is too weak to run GTA IV. The GT 610 is complete garbage and is not for gaming by any stretch of the imagination. For an extra $100, you can have a i3-3225, which is faster than the 4130, the GTX 660, which blows the GT 610 out of the water and with the rising cost of RAM these days (supply and demand), the 8GB of RAM adds on $70 to the cost of the prebuilt machines when you can get 4GB for $40 right now and hopefully when prices drop, you can get another 4GB stick to total 8GB. Last year, 4GB was only around $20 while 8GB kits were $40, unfortunately this  year RAM prices have skyrocketed and I personally wouldn't pay for 8GB of RAM at this moment in time.
Is that already prebuilt or does he have to build it himself? Because no offense, but I don't think he knows how to build a desktop from scratch.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Computer Question
« on: June 17, 2013, 10:34:03 pm »
You might loose a few FPS if the processor is a little dated or has a lower GHz rating, BUT the main factor in performance here regarding lag is whether you have discrete graphics or integrated graphics, the former being preferred. That being said, I can't say whether the i3 really has a negative impact on performance when mated to discrete graphics, since I haven't had first hand experience with that processor, or the AMD line of processors either. Strictly speaking, I'm an Intel guy.
Well we can all agree integrated graphics is worthless and yeah, I think AMD specializes in gaming while from the eyes I see, Intel specializes in media(in my opinion), but they're both wonderful. And spending 500 bucks or a little bit more can get you a decent computer, more decent than mine actually. I'll show you what I mean when I post the links for Mkoyf.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Computer Question
« on: June 17, 2013, 10:11:45 pm »
Well, take it from my personal experience. My old laptop had 6 gb ram, a 3.0 ghz gen 2 i5 processor, Intel Integrated HD 3000 chip set graphics, and cost ~ $600.
OpenBVE lagged like hell on it. (average of 4-6 fps with the new R46)

My NEW laptop has slightly less hard drive space (500 gb vs 640 gb), only 4 gb ram, a 3.2 ghz gen 3 i5 processor, and NVIDIA's GeForce GT 730M discreet graphics card. It costed only ~$70 more (tax included). 
OpenBVE runs beautifully. (average of 17-20 fps with the new R46).

I'm going to tell you the hard truth. You can't get a computer with the discreet graphics spec you want for your budget, unless you're sacrificing much needed Hard Drive capacity, or RAM, or you're getting a shitty processor. You want something that performs? You'll have to sacrifice a little more $.
How about a computer with a Quad Core AMD CPU or i3 CPU or maybe even an 8 core AMD CPU and a Nvidia 610,Radeon HD 6450, or HD 6670 with 4gb/8gb ram? I think that would run decent for recent games now.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Computer Question
« on: June 17, 2013, 10:01:15 pm »
Are you allowed to buy online? Newegg has some great deals for desktops, from what I've experienced.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Computer Question
« on: June 17, 2013, 08:54:14 pm »
Well the price you pay is the price you get, and most computers you buys from Best Buy, Staples, etc. have integrated graphics, which can barely play anything. What I would suggest you to do is spend the least amount of money on a computer that has a PCI-E x16 slot and buy a decent graphics card and make sure it has 2GB+ of Ram and sufficient amount of HDD for your preference.I would buy a decent GPU and upgrade the CPU depending on the motherboard slot if needed. I bought my HP for $400 and I spent around $110(buying the PSU and GPU) while the desktop preloads 4gb of Ram and 1TB of HDD. But I can't say anything unless I know your price range. So, what is your price range, or the maximum amount of money you want to spend?

Can you list all of your AMD Catalyst Control Panel Settings?

BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: FRAPS Bandicam Issue
« on: April 14, 2013, 10:48:16 am »
Yeah then I think it should say "Record WinXP sound".

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