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About geckopow

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  1. Latest patch 1.34.3 FPS is so low, game is simply unplayable for me, for the first time ever! Congrats CRS! Hope you get this fixed asap... Cant see if lag/clipping has been fixed due to horrendous FPS...On average im getting a third of my normal FPS with latest patch...
  2. Start praying that 1.31 patch is only 2mb!!!
  3. Or you coudl just use ww2online Gift Vouchers, you pay for them, send him the code, and he can use it to play without paying etc...
  4. Once it freezes, leave it frozen for a while, to see if you get the CTHL window. Somestimes the game freezes for a minute before getting the CTHL. If you get this, then its probably your ISP playing up.
  5. I recommend 2gb of ram
  6. Yes you can, but I woudl recommend running at Low visibliaty for players.
  7. Take note how it is Propaganda material also....
  8. IT used to automatically run with two cores, but in a recent patch, CRS forced it to just use one core, there was some performance issues with dualcore active with ww2online. Dont know when they will resort back to the dual core setup though.
  9. I followed that advice, and my suttering is almost gone, and so far, no memory error, i will keep on trying and see how this pans out.
  10. Still getting it, and pretty bad stutters as Infantry when the battles get larger.
  11. Ouch, 16 sounds, no wonder sounds disappear, at least pump it up to 64 man!
  12. One short beep is the normal, so its not detecting any dodgy hardware, so it could then be a power problem, but the only way i can imagine that, is, if the PSU is faulty in itself. Although you have opted for a rather high end rig, so maybe you do need more power. Hell i only buy $50 PSU's 500w and they run fine for my athlon dual core, 7600gt SLI config with the USB ports all full on peripheral hardware, extra harddrives, 2gig of ram extra fans at all, just the psu fan and the cpu fan, and i dont even get overheating! EDIT: Ah i read the above, possibly a wrong voltage from the mobo to the ram, that does make sense and could be possible, although a mobo from factory setup should auto determine the voltage required etc...But yes it could be that, if you can get into the bios, then you should be able to setup a config that will at least boot up properly etc..