Hello friend, i finally got it right last night, at leased got the "cant revert" problem out. I got it good when i disabled something called " Community base addons:CO (a2/Oa) " so now i have in the right side of the main menu windows in white/gray letters @Cba , @Cba_oa, @Cba_a2, @Ace, @AceX, @AceX_usnavy, @ Acex_RU and @AceX_sm, and my codeliner is like this " -mod=@cba;@cba_oa;@cba_a2;@ace;@acex;@acex_usnavy;@ acex_ru;@acex_sm " .
When i have this Community base addons:CO (a2/Oa) enible i have a Red/blue and 1 other color big CBA were the expansions i have in the bottom left corner and when i disable it it was not there, did i do something wrong or is this something i dont need since i have all the other mods? Becauce everything seems right and when i start a singleplayer operation i see when its loading in the middle of the screen " Advanced combat enviroment.
I got advice from a man on a forum to get something called Armarize to get mods, i used that. Thank you for answear all my questions!
I haven't tried Armarize but i use withSIX when dealing with mods.
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Originally Posted by DJH87
That's great, thanks BangTail! (Just the one Titan for now for me, spending about a month's wages as it is!)
No need for a Titan when ARMA is much cpu dependable.
Mine is capable of 1006 MHz @ 1.149 V.
But I'm facing a real problem as for me. My Titan rarely boosts, because ArmA rarely puts it under heavy load. And this results in having only 836 MHz @ 1.000 V.
Any help would be appreciated.
hey, obviously im brand new here and just need advice, i might be getting a new computer as my laptop is choppy when running Arma 2 (ill edit in the specs when i get home for my laptop) and was just wondering if these specs are good enough to run it lag free and smoothly
(Will edit them in soon)
New computer specs are:
AMD ATHLON II X4 640 3Ghz Quad Core Processor / CPU
8GB DDR3 1333Mhz RAM
AMD / ATi HD6670 Graphics Card With 2GB Dedicated DDR3 Graphics Memory
1TB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive
MSI 760GM-P21-(FX) uATX Motherboard
i have now also found another computer and was wondering which would be the best for the price
Second computer specs;
AMD (Trinity) A10-5800K Black Edition 3.80GHz (4.20GHz Turbo Speed) Quad-Core Processor
AMD Radeon HD 7660D GDDR3 512MB DirectX 11 Graphics
8GB Corsair 1600MHz DDR3 (2x4096MB) Dual-Channel Memory (16GB Supported)
500GB Hitachi SATA Hard Drive - OS, Applications & Storage
GIGABYTE AMD A55 Express Chipset Motherboard
500W Cooler Master Elite Power Supply
AMD CPU Cooler
also which OS would be the best to use (as i can get any)
What's goin' on, fellas. First off I wanna say that this is a nice forum - very open, very helpful, and very cool.
Secondly, I wanna say that I'm relatively new to PC gaming. I've dabbled a few times with the Dawn of War series and the Diablo series, but nothing beyond that. Of course they're not too demanding. Now, ArmA, on the other hand, seems to be a CPU heavy game. So I've taken the liberty of picking out two laptops that are suitable for my lifestyle - budget wise, mobility, etc.
First up (my second favorite):
HDD: 750 GB;
RAM: 8 GB DDR3;
CPU: Intel Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz, and with what seems to be no overclock capabilities;
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 620M, dedicated, with 1 GB of Video Memory;
OS: Windows 7 Premium, 64-bit.
Second up (my favorite):
RAM: 8 GB, DDR3;
CPU: Intel Core i7-2670QM 2.2GHz, 6MB L3 Cache Max Turbo Frequency 3.1 GHz;
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 610M, dedicated, with 1 GB of Video Memory;
OS: Windows 7 Premim, 64-bit.
My questions: They seem to be comparable, but what has me worried is the i5 vs the i7 and the voltage of each. How important is the voltage? Are the models able to meet ArmA's processing demands? For the second laptop, is it advisable to overclock it to, perhaps, 2.5 or a comfortable range around there?