Pheesh
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SteamID64 76561197960394084
SteamID3 [U:1:128356]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:64178
Country United States
Signed Up August 21, 2012
Last Posted December 25, 2016 at 2:12 AM
Posts 332 (0.1 per day)
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#109 TF2 UPDATE FOR 21DEC2016 in TF2 General Discussion
MouldbiskuitCompetitive is a fucking joke, when you see the types of players you are matched with you'll start to realize that the TF Team is easily the worst dev team to ever work for Valve.
They are seriously a fucking disgrace, they fucked this game in the ass.
It had a tiny bit of potential but now it is just an outdated casual game with no competitive future.

I honestly can't believe we still don't have placement matches or seemingly any working elo system at all

Well come on give them slack, they only had dota2 and cs:go's already established matchmaking frameworks to use as a starting point completely ignore in building TF2's matchmaking.

posted about 3 years ago
#4 Has anyone here every played TFC? in TF2 General Discussion
amplifierworshipTried to play it some with Soapy a couple years ago and got insta killed a lot by people who know how to time nades properly and finally understood why it was removed for TF2.

Don't hate on grens, though the radius was a touch big :P They're different games, ctf actually works in TFC (and is the best mode), and the nades add a lot of extra dimensions to the way that particular game play(ed) in organized play. Different pacing overall. In TF2 Valve tried to fill the void of what grens accomplished by introducing random crits and ubers, etc.

I still play pickups occassionally in TFC but appreciate both games for what they are.

posted about 3 years ago
#46 Fragmovie songs in TF2 General Discussion

I'd love to see some classic rock find it's way into some frag vids...bonus if you copy the intro effects, lol:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XcKBmdfpWs

posted about 4 years ago
#85 Opinions on push-to-talk in TF2 General Discussion
lanskyif you're not in a lan environment and you care about being a good player, you absolutely should be using voice activation. there's no good reason not to....

If I did that my teammates would wonder why I was suddenly comm-ing in a shrill voice about how they didn't even notice my new hairstyle today and WHY ARE YOU PLAYING THAT STUPID GAME AGAIN!?

posted about 4 years ago
#4 MM Settings in TF2 General Discussion

using a custom HUD? is it updated? All of my crashes have been HUD related.

posted about 4 years ago
#138 mango playing tf2 in TF2 General Discussion

Give him that escape plan

JimiJamOne of the funny things we noticed was that mango would pull his melee out sometimes when running away. He probably thought it increased move speed like your knife does in CS:GO lol

Give him the escape plan and he'll be right at home

posted about 4 years ago
#11 Steaming Quality in Hardware

what kind of impact to fps does streaming at say 720p60 have on an i7-4770/4790k?

Still possible to play at 144+fps?

posted about 4 years ago
#454 Giving out matchmaking passes in TF2 General Discussion

hey Rain,
I tried to add you but you may have just signed off. If anyone else has a key I'd love to have it, thanks in advance!
http://steamcommunity.com/id/pheesh/

posted about 4 years ago
#44 Typical performance with a high-end system? in Q/A Help
lilypondis a lenovo ideapad y510p (i7 4700mq, gt 750m (lol laptop)) seriously not adequate to run tf2 at a constant 120+? that seems bs.
if the answer is yes, what build fundamentals ought i to look at for a desktop? something that would ensure good, consistent performance with minimal overspending.

i'm not a tech guy i don't know shit i just want to shoot airrockets. the laptop was bought 2 years ago with gaming as a very minimal deciding factor, during a long hiatus from tf2.

From your previous post you talk about intermittent fps drops...Given it's a laptop that could be an overheat issue. Make sure you have proper airflow, and cooling, and blow out the vents.. You may also want to consider capping the FPS so you're not pegging your CPU/GPU to the max all the time? I'm unsure if that will reduce CPU load...but you may want to test if you see improvement.

posted about 4 years ago
#4 Making tf2 gpu depended. in TF2 General Discussion
SetsulNo.
You want to change which component does which part of the work without changing anything in the engine? Not possible.

And then there's another problem, even if they could, would they do it? No.

They could lessen the load simply by adding LODs. It's been almost 9 years and there's still no lvl2/3 dispenser LOD.

How do LOD's reduce CPU load? Wouldn't that be more GPU related?

posted about 4 years ago
#233 The Tough Break Update in TF2 General Discussion

if that's the case they didn't really think through how much that'd be abused...I was thinking it would be equivalent to how much regular medigun healing would have been.

posted about 4 years ago
#10 New skins hype in TF2 General Discussion
deetrStill no Original skin https://static-cdn.jtvnw.net/emoticons/v1/86/1.0

well you shouldn't skin a penis

posted about 4 years ago
#32 Just another sensitivity thread... in Q/A Help

what mouse are you using...maybe you're experiencing negative accel w/ the mouse due to a flawed sensor or you're using the wrong pad for your mouse (laser mice skip on certain pads).

I compiled sensitivity data from invite/prem players a while ago
For invite/prem soldiers the average sensitivity was ~7.6"/360. And assume a bell curve distribution around that...it goes as low as ~2"/360 to as high as ~14.

For invite/prem scouts the average sensitivity is around 15"/360 but the median range is grouped from 8-14". Bell curve distribution from as low as 5.6" to as high as 35" (wtf).

If you're completely lost its likely best to start from the median ranges there and figure out your own preference.

posted about 4 years ago
#6 Different DPI same sens, feels different in Q/A Help
TACI just wondered, I have m_rawinput 1, and play normally with 1800 DPI and 0.63 ingame, now with 450 DPI I'd have 2.52 ingame sensitivity, but it feels much stranger, it feels slower and sort of like having negative acceleration or something, why is this so? They should be the same sensitivity in the end.

450DPI may not be natively supported by your sensor even if it allows you to set it? (meaning it's doing some weird extra interpolation to give you that small of a DPI increment) Which mouse do you have?

posted about 4 years ago
#68 2015 black friday / cyber monday deals in Hardware

theres a i5-4690k + mobo for $249AR, maybe better CPU deals on monday
http://www.frys.com/product/8674950

posted about 4 years ago
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