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  1. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I think around 100$
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    Can we host one ourselves?
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    IF we have less than 32 people I can set one up on one of my crunchers if needed.
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    brandon is right, just under $100. I have a server i had initially started setting it up on, but tbh it's a pain in the ass to actually manage a server, even just a teamspeak one. i find you can either manage a server, or enjoy playing a game - but not both.

    so i pay for the server and that works for me. however let me know if you guys decide to stop using it - no need to keep it live if it goes unused.
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    We have always been a small group. I can donate a case fan or two and a keyboard if needed Brandon. I would donate to Diggi in a second but I don't think that's sustainable in the long run. (Epic respect to Diggi for doing it to begin with). I just think the donations will last a month or so then die off and he will be stuck. Don't want that to happen. I would rather one of us set it up and go from there.
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    You gotta think about bandwidth for the person who hosts it cause on nights we have around 10 people and atleast 3 at a time are talking thats 10*1=25.6 = 256KB sec * 5 people taking that the same time is 1280KB sec.

    The person hosting will have a shitty lag at this point so maybe best to pay to host it.
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    that's why erocker stopped hosting his, among other reasons. I see your complaints and they are valid TMM - but we have already tried it that way. erocker had a personal server we all used and it was such a pain he shut it down.

    then we had nothing, so i paid for a managed server. I think it's more likely to stay up if people commit to $5 every few months. it will even out. if people actually use the thing throw some cash on it, it's not asking too much imo. if 5 people throw $20 each year it's covered. that's easily done imo - especially considering the fact that i'll continue to cover the remainder on my own.

    expecting any one of us to individually manage a server and use our own bandwidth doing so i think is a little much. as i said it takes the fun out, for me personally at least.

    I appreciate the problems you've highlighted - but again we've already tried it the way you recommend, and switched to this because it worked better for us.
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Me too but as digi said throw a few $ here or there and its peanuts to keep it running.
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    Ok I'm gonna see if I can scratch up some cash to help ya out. PM me your address.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I got it covered. PM your addy, Digi, I've had 6 months worth of fees waiting for a while now.


    The rest of you can donate to me, and every three months we will poll for more funds, and pay every six. Anything missing fund-wise, I will personally cover.


    Digi, the hosting company you use has been very reliable, so I'd like to keep the server there. If you wanna shut it down, that's fine, but I know BF3 will pick up a bit more with the expansion in a month, and i'll be playing more once my shoulder heals. We'vbe always kinda been a malleable group that plays many titles anyway, and there's been a fair bit of new users lately. I count on avg 6-8 people any given evening, with as many as 25-30 at times, like this past weekend.


    Anyway, let's do dis!


    :roll:
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    (Throws money at the screen) WHERE DO I SEND FUNDS TOO?!?
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    You already have my paypal, asshat.
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    For a community that loves to give, me being a part of this GREAT community, I will donate $10/year to try to keep this up and running. Just gotta wait till I get my paycheck so I can fill up my PayPal and then it's coming to you digibucc.
    Thanks for giving us a place that is a lot more personal in terms of getting to know each other better :)
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    you guys are awesome! that's why I love this place so much!

    Game on ! :)
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    Anyone else suddenly having lag issues in the last couple days?

    I know it is not connection issues. My CPU use swings ~30% up and down about every 5 secs. Only thing I've done was install the W7 updates that came out the other day. I tried uninstalling the non security updates but to no avail.

    I've tried different servers, but it does not help.
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    Yes, I have a few times, but changing servers helps. It's largely due to users with high pings also being on the server, like 300+ms. Perhaps there is a new hack out or something.


    All I know is that I have been doing pretty good with my 360 controller as of late.:p
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    I actually bought a 360 controller just to use for Skyrim and it was great. However, I think everyone and their moms would own me if I used it for BF3 :laugh:
    I will have to post my stats when I get home tonight for when I had BF3 on my PS3 versus my stats on PC. Ridiculous difference lol.
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    Yeah Dave is an anomaly. :D
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    I wonder if anyone has posted about hit registration on the thread in reddit. They improved the hit detection by quite a bit in an update in BC2. People seemed to have died faster. Like it seemed every bullet was registering, not every other like it seems now.
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    Bf3 has better hit detection than bc2 ever did.
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    Yea I checked for high pings but nobody had anything over about 150 max. I'm also finding that FF is crashing a lot today every time something is using flash. It's really easy to crash FF when trying to watch a video on one monitor and do something else on the other. I'm sure their related, but I just have not been able to figure it out yet.
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    Mozilla lost their mojo after 3.6....anything after that version, you are right, I crash pretty easily too. So I switched to IE 9 and no problems thus far.
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    Sorry, I've had no problems until recently. I've spent days with FF open without a single problem.

    Seeing how FF did not update recently, I know for sure that it can't be the problem.

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