Crysis Screenshots - Part II

"Crysis Screenshots - Part II"

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Crysis screenshot 1

We've got hold of some more of those Crysis screenshots for you.

And the are looking more and more awesome!

Look at the detail in the skin picture - simply awesome. Hard to tell from a photograph.

Enough of me talking: discuss in our forums.....after staring at some of the below

Crysis Screenshot 2

Crysis screenshot 3

Crysis 5

Crysis screenshot 6
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02-05-2007, 13:15:22

nathan
Does anyone have a source for cheap USB sticks, around the 64mb mark would do. Cheap as possible. Just thinking if booting from a usb stick would be easier than booting from a cd drive.

02-05-2007, 14:20:49

Dav0s
ebay?

02-05-2007, 14:29:01

Ham
1GB USB sticks on ST for a fiver.

Tbh whats the point in getting lower...

02-05-2007, 14:43:40

nathan

1GB USB sticks on ST for a fiver.

Tbh whats the point in getting lower...



yeah, i think i might forget the idea. I'm just getting annoyed with all these cd drives for the f@h OS.

I'm onto something else now which will involve me wiring my house up with gbit cable :S

15-05-2007, 22:01:25

GoldenTiger
Yeah, it just doesn't make sense to get anything smaller really now with how cheap the larger ones have become.

16-05-2007, 00:02:28

Joe

yeah, i think i might forget the idea. I'm just getting annoyed with all these cd drives for the f@h OS.

I'm onto something else now which will involve me wiring my house up with gbit cable :S



(@ gbit + talk of F@H propagation)
cluster computing ??? ... F@H aint compatible , well not on a massively parallel WU level -- but it makes sense if they already have a parallel processing implementation of their cores (smp client) then they could make a beowulf cluster version.

It is however possible to use a cluster with each machine running a single copy of the client (which gives no performance increase but may help your administrative woes -- most likely it will offer replacement woes )
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