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Rexxie last won the day on April 5

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  1. the more I think back on it, the funnier it is to me that people would join a clan to specifically play with redditers

  2. i cant believe i became one of those mmo nerds, please end me

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    2. Haswell


      What are you playing? I need to join. :doge:

    3. Rexxie
    4. SoliDeoGloria


      Sounds like you're in a better place now, as opposed to weegee

  3. Raj

    god you're adorable

    1. Rexxie


      h-hey! thanks!

  4. Unfortunately it doesn't seem like it, there's nothing USB-related in there, just a lot of tools and drivers if you happen to use some very specific hardware setups. I'd be surprised if its actually my USB controller, my girlfriend has the same issue with a different mobo but same mouse. edit: Some more weird tidbits, this only happens when the mouse is moving on the main monitor. Moving it on my secondary monitor causes no real CPU usage. edit edit: Also somewhat worryingly, I see a ton of people mentioning this problem online, but not a single conclusive fix being posted. Ouch. Doesn't seem related to the mouse at all, this probably isn't something I'm going to be able to fix.
  5. ASRock AB350 Pro 4, I haven't installed any of the mobo BIOS updates, if that's what you mean? I could try that, but I haven't noticed anything else off & think any BIOS updates my board has are more for better memory support.
  6. Quick summary: My CPU (Ryzen 3 1200) is being obliterated by my mouse (Steelseries Rival 300). By how much is highly dependent on what I set my mouse polling rate to; moving the mouse causes a minimum of a 10% jump in CPU usage at a 125hz polling rate, up to ~30% CPU usage at 1000hz. I'm confused because by all accounts I've read, mouse polling rate should cause next to no impact on performance. I am using the basic mouse drivers along with steelseries engine (steelseries' mouse settings software). I've also made sure it's actually causing performance issues in applications; my framerate in anything CPU-bottlenecked drops by that same 10-30%, dependent on polling rate. For now I've just set my polling rate to 125hz, but I'm honestly curious what is actually going on here. I have never heard of a modern CPU having this kind of issue. I also have a friend with the same mouse who also sees relatively the same CPU usage and FPS drops when moving their Rival, so my first bet would be a pretty horrible bug in an relatively common mouse. (Win10, no over/underclocking, on an RX480, mouse is wired via USB3)
  7. dwarf fortress on steam!! ^~^

  8. FFXIV and a month of sub time is free on twitch prime atm. You don't get the expansions that make it the best currently running MMO, but you do get to roleplay as a horny cat girl.

    1. BadLuckCharm


      Roleplay as a - Don't you dare come on my server! Moon Guard is thataway >>>->

    2. Rexxie
  9. I always found that the deciding factor in WN8/WR is whether you typically carry early or carry late. This is related to camping, but not always the result of it. Early carries (whether that just be enough early damage or more subtle moves like trading HP for map control, push inertia, etc.) tend to be much less rewarding for WN8 and can result in a pretty serious rift in the two ratings. My only advice here is to experiment with the pace at which you play the game and adjust to what works best for you. Realistically you want to be carrying as early as possible, but some players are just atypically good at carrying later. If your current style is what you think is best, just pay no mind to your WN8. I wish I could do more than just echo the usual reply to this, but WN8 is just a number.
  10. dark mode yet :(

  11.  b oy kisses

    1. Ham_


      sexi rexi

    2. sohojacques


      Has Wood - Will Travel.

  12. There's a big difference between driving a Cromwell and driving in the baby tiers; T5/6 highlights aggressive play, but T1-3 (and depending on MM, 4) is ALL about camping. If you could be as powerful camping in a Leo as you can in a Leich, no one would bother moving past the first row of bushes. I don't know if I'd call it chaos though, just bad players combined with obnoxiously short TTKs.
  13. Does WoT actually have many "hidden gems" anymore? The slow push of the three tank styles into their own areas of the map make me feel like you're either the hammer or the nail, and rarely in between, making playing anything out of the meta a chore at best. I don't want to turn this into another corridor meta complaint thread, but I'm honestly curious if the current state of things really allows for much in the way of hidden gems. I can see some lights being notable just because they are the only class that is different enough to ignore WG's agenda, but that's about all. The M6 is kinda cool I guess?
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