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General Talk / Re: CT's plan in 2k15
« on: March 02, 2015, 22:12 »
More stuntplanes  8)

Off Topic / Re: Battlefield 4 anyone?
« on: November 04, 2013, 20:21 »

Screenshots and Videos / Re: Smokey's 1337
« on: August 26, 2013, 06:14 »

General Talk / Re: Question for the community.
« on: August 24, 2013, 13:47 »
I will try to explain it one more time,

Planes dont belong on a low altitude in the firstplace.

get the hint?

didnt tought about this before i made my decision...

Off Topic / Re: Bass System Everybody Wants!
« on: August 07, 2013, 12:48 »
Still not strong enough to get a masturbation lol

You mean this one?

General Talk / Re: Recent server upgrade.
« on: July 30, 2013, 18:43 »
I totally dont agree with you guys..
I never saw a player start raging at me when I couldnt help him out.
You just have to answer in a kind way and they accept it and they say "np" and you shouldnt say that they have to shut up when they are raging on you.
As I have stated in my last reply here: the attitude from some staff members is wrong if they dont even want to help someone out just because you dont like him .. Live with it.. You are the mod and you have to show the right behaviour. Sometimes you have to work together with a guy you dont like.. That is also in real life.
If you cant deal with that, why you applied for mod then?
Mods have to work with every player, even if you dont like him.
If they keep insulting you, collect proof and punish him, problem solved.
Same situation for the normal player: if a staff member is busy with something, just wait till he has time. Dont like waiting? Then dont ask for help and try it yourself. Also you can post it on forum and explain the problem, so we can still help you out.
Keep in mind: staff members are also just humans, they cant fly or duplicate theirself .. Sometimes you have to be patience.
This is my opinion and you may (not) support it.


start with yourself.

Off Topic / Re: windows 8 problem
« on: July 10, 2013, 21:54 »
try to download the newest GPU drivers

Off Topic / Re: new PC
« on: June 28, 2013, 07:14 »
I would've probably gone for red LEDs. You can save money on ignoring the DVD drive.

Ha, i got 650Watts Power Supply >:D
My default wattage on all my PCs are 850W :D

i did 
i took my old dvd drive from my old computer  ;)

Off Topic / Re: new PC
« on: June 27, 2013, 21:42 »
the disign rocks the world man, how much u paid for it (the all pc)

it cost me around 800

but i didnt bought the RAM, cd drive and HHD.

i still need to buy a SSD though.

Off Topic / new PC
« on: June 27, 2013, 21:35 »
hi all!

I just build my new PC and it looks to damn awesome!

i5 4670k
EVGA 660 Ti SuperClocked
Asus Z87-C mobo
600Watt corsair PSU
aerocool Strike-X case

Locked & Closed Suggestions / Re: Back to old CT?
« on: June 27, 2013, 12:28 »
why not split it up in 2 servers, the new script and the old script.

Off Topic / Re: GPU problem
« on: June 22, 2013, 20:23 »
Does it still work with the old GPU?

Have you connected the power supply cable from PSU to your GPU? There should be 2 convertors in the box with your GPU.

Check the top of the GPU for the 2 connectors for power supply.

Also, make sure BIOS is updated. (Do this whilst using old GPU to make sure nothing goes wrong)

everything is connected the way it should be.
Tommorow i will go to a friend and c if the GPU works on his
than i will update the bios

Off Topic / Re: GPU problem
« on: June 22, 2013, 20:19 »
Im not sure if the CPU support the GPU, i hope thats the problem cuz im going to buy an i7 in the next few weeks

i got the FX-8120 atm

So you will need to change your motherboard. Its an AM3+ slot, it doesnt support Intel processors, only the AMD ones.

I know, im saving for a new custom build computer, already know what im going to buy.
The GPU whas on sale so i bought it earlier with the intention to try it ^^

Off Topic / Re: GPU problem
« on: June 22, 2013, 20:15 »
Take the card out. Inspect it carefully for any bulging or leaking capacitors. Does it smell burned? Does the PCIe port look normal? Does capacitors and components around the PCIe port look normal? It could be motherboard not detecting the card in it or port failture due to some component frying.

Try different graphic card if you have any

Bios update is last thing you want to do. And if something happens to the machine while its updating. Its all over, update is screwed, motherboard is fucked up due to incomplete bios update. No way back unless you got something like dual bios or ability to flash it over from USB.

No video on screen can hint to ram fail too.. (Personal experience, checked everything else before RAM. Same issue, no video; Was the RAM) BIOS runs a POST before continuing anywhere. It first tests CPU, if pass: continue, then memory, If fail: it halts there and dosent continue.
Try taking out your RAM and leaving 1 stick in. Try to boot, if dosent work, move that stick to another channel. If dosent work, continue untill you checked every port with the same stick. Then move on to another stick and test all memory channels again. (Memtest86 can help too if you manage to get video so you can do deeper test on your RAM.

Is your Graphic card PCIe 2.0 or 3.0? Does your CPU support the GPU?

Im not sure if the CPU support the GPU, i hope thats the problem cuz im going to buy an i7 in the next few weeks

i got the FX-8120 atm

Off Topic / Re: GPU problem
« on: June 22, 2013, 20:08 »
shit, i cant make a picture but there nohing to see....

I just wanted to see if it had a pcie slot or not, as i cant find any pic of how it looks like.

i just checked PC wizard, i have a PCI express 2.0 slot

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