Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 1.4 Patch Released

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 1.4 Patch Released
 
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Today marked the release of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's 1.4 patch. This addresses a number of issues as well as adding a seasonal "snow" map to the game.
 
As usual, all the normal sources for downloading this patch are bogged down with traffic, but have no fear - Overclock3D is here with a super fast mirror for you all!
 
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare v1.4 fixes :

CHANGES:

* "Winter Crash", a holiday version of Multiplayer map "Crash"
* Improvements to the server browser
* Fixed some rare bullet accuracy issues for all weapons.
* For server admins: fixed user ban list not working correctly on servers. Ban.txt will be created in the main or fs_game directory

MOD SUPPORT:

* In the connect screen, Mods will be identified as"Mod: [mod name]"
* Only official IWD files will be read from the main directory. All custom IWD should be placed in a mod directory.
* Fix for reloading several times after connecting to a modded server
* Improved mod.ff support to allow adding game types.
* Fixed an issue with Http redirect downloads.
* "fs_game" will be forced to lower case

INSTALLATION:

* Download the file below
* Run the installer and make sure its pointed to the installation folder for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
 
Download patch 1.4 HERE
 
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06-07-2006, 10:07:25

|3ourne
Soooo Samsung are going to raise the bar on Gfx memory performance.

http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=3162

Samsung Semiconductor Incorporated has just announced that the company has started mass producing its GDDR4 memory for graphics cards. GDDR4 is now JEDEC sanctioned and commercially “ready” for video card manufacturers. GDDR4 is the memory successor to GDDR3 -- both of which are unrelated to the JEDEC DDR3 memory standard.

The new GDDR4 memory has a data transfer rate around 2.4Gbps on a 32-bit bus. Samsung is shipping the new 80nm memory in 512MB configurations, which is likely configured in 16x32 layouts. Samsung also claims that this 2.4Gbps GDDR4 showed a 45% power savings when compared to 2.0Gbps GDD3. The reduction in power is clearly a welcomed trend.

"We're delighted that we'll be able to use GDDR4 from Samsung in our latest graphics cards,"."Samsung's timely introduction will increase the performance of our upcoming products and ultimately improve the gaming experience for our users,” claimed Joe Macri, ATI Senior Director of Engineering.

ATI is expected to launch its R580+ graphics card before the end of the year. This card is essentially the R580 (Radeon X1900) ASIC with GDDR4 memory – which was built into the R520 and R580 design from the start. NVIDIA has GDDR4 on its roadmap for the next generation GPUs scheduled for sampling this fall as well.

Samsung isn’t the only player in the GDDR4 market: Hynix just announced the company would completely refocus its DRAM efforts specifically on graphics memory. More importantly, Hynix has already announced its GDDR4 is running at 2.9Gbps – a feat Samsung would have to best if it is to stay the number one DRAM supplier.


06-07-2006, 10:18:39

Kempez
So anyone for r600 + GDDR4 + DX10 :yumyum:

06-07-2006, 10:26:35

|3ourne
I embargo DX10 till Bill "greedy" Gates ports DX10 for Windows XP. There is NO reason why DX10 shouldnt work on XP. Forget XP Home , at least do it for the XP Professional users. For people wanting to run Vista , it will be extremely expensive to upgrade since it basically requires a new "everything" .

06-07-2006, 10:51:01

Jim

.. it basically requires a new "everything" .



I'm not sure if it's going that way now. MS has toned down Vista so much, it might as well be called XP SP4.

We may even see hacked version of DX10 hitting the net if there is no technical reason for it not to work on XP. We'll just have to wait and see i guess.

06-07-2006, 12:54:13

FragTek
Cot damn! Big props to Hynix for stepping it up in the gfx memory world... 2.9gbps is just nuts, can't wait to see what kind of performance gains this memory will give us!

06-07-2006, 13:58:28

|3ourne

Cot damn! Big props to Hynix for stepping it up in the gfx memory world... 2.9gbps is just nuts, can't wait to see what kind of performance gains this memory will give us!



You even read the thread before you post frag ??? :D

Its Samsung not Hynix . :nono:

06-07-2006, 16:16:25

Raven

You even read the thread before you post frag ??? :D

Its Samsung not Hynix . :nono:


thats what he did, samsung is rated 2.4 and hynix claims 2.9gbps but nonetheless competition will only bring good things for us customers :)

06-07-2006, 18:00:42

FragTek
[QUOTE=|3ourne]You even read the thread before you post frag ??? :D

Its Samsung not Hynix . :nono:[/QUOTE]
Yup... pretty sure I read it... :rolleyes:

Samsung isn’t the only player in the GDDR4 market: Hynix just announced the company would completely refocus its DRAM efforts specifically on graphics memory. More importantly, Hynix has already announced its GDDR4 is running at 2.9Gbps – a feat Samsung would have to best if it is to stay the number one DRAM supplier.

07-07-2006, 05:54:02

PV5150
Holy crap, GDDR4@ 2.9Gbps :yumyum: You can now see why ATI made the change to their Ringbus memory controller to take advantage of that insane kind of speed. I can't wait to see some benchies with those babies :worship:
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