The Knife in your Back
- Dec 8, 2008
- 10,419 (2.38/day)
- Duluth, Minnesota
|System Name||My Comp | Fiancees Comp|
|Processor||i7 5820k @ 4.6Ghz 1.285v| i5 2500k|
|Motherboard||MSI x99 SLI Plus | AsRock Z77 Pro 3|
|Memory||16GB DDR4 2400 @ 2666 | 12GB DDR3 1600|
|Video Card(s)||AMD R9 290x | MSI 5850 OC|
|Storage||128gb SSD + 2x 2TB | 2TB|
|Display(s)||Asus 27" LCD | 25" Hanns G|
|Case||CM Storm | CM Elite 430|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative Recon 3D PCIe|
|Power Supply||Enermax Galaxy 1250W | Rosewill 630w|
|Mouse||Logitech G700s | Logitech G100s|
|Keyboard||Logitech G901 | Logitech G105|
|Software||Win 8.1 Ultimate x64 | Win 8.1 Ultimate x64|
|Benchmark Scores||3D Mark - Fire Strike Extreme - 4403|
It has Battle Eye. Similar but less effective.
Has nothing to do with Battle Eye, has to do with the fact that running scripts are allowed. It makes hacking pretty damn easy, doesn't matter what cheat protection you use, allowing scripts, people will get by. Battle Eye seems just fine, scripts are the problem.It needs punkbuster. Its not perfect but hackers are no where near this bad in BF3.
Right click > Copy Link Address > Paste into new tab bar > decide if you want to go there?I'm not clicking on a link marked "here".