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About wingman9

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  1. August 2017 Recap

    This looks great. Nice work. Well worth the wait.
  2. [Discussion] What makes a good Insurgency map?

    Complex urban streetscapes clustered around less dense urban areas always made great insurgency maps in PR. As bluefor, one should get the feeling that the city is somewhat impenetrable and odious.
  3. This would be dope.
  4. Hey there. I also got my start on Day of Defeat and CS. I was 11 or 12 back then, though. Learn Squad through practice! get in there!
  5. Vietnam War Poll

    Good luck fellas, I'd love to see this happen!
  6. If you're considering a PC upgrade imminently, you might upgrade your video card now, then use that card with your future build.
  7. Laptop users

    Please post your full specifications.
  8. Free resupply for Medic

    Or in general just granting medics more bandages.
  9. Squad PSA || Turn It Down.

    Hey that was great. Nice work.
  10. Are you a good shot?

    I'm also a terrible shot. I've improved since I started taking a fraction of a second to line up my shot. Previously, I just started shooting like a dope.
  11. Next Gen Consoles

    Currently there are no plans for this.
  12. Laptops that work with squad

    I run squad on a 2013 macbook pro with an external GPU You won't find any laptop for 700-900$ that will run Squad. Looks like 1100$ is an absolute minimum:
  13. First I was going to say "I'm 99.9% sure that insurgents won't get helicopters!". I think I'm actually 100% sure. Insurgents will probably have more deployables and more surface to air weapons to balance things.

    There are a few differences between these machines. None of the difference are worth an extra 1000$. The more expensive machine offers: Two storage media. A 2 TB hard disk drive (spinning HDD) and a solid state drive (definitely better, but user upgrade-able in the future). A special version of the i7 7700 processor that permit "overclocking" (running your CPU at a higher frequency). You won't need this. CPU water cooling. This is a gimmick to justify the +1000$ price. If you want fancy water cooling, a moderately technical user can add an "all in one" CPU cooler later. WI-FI connectivity. You'll want a wired connection for gaming anyway. You could also add a wifi controller in the future if necessary. The second machine is almost twice the price for very little additional hardware. The 1200$ machine is a much better value, and will handily play squad. You can find many similar machines on newegg for around the same price. You might look around a bit to find one with a case you like, which has the front panel ports (IO) you prefer.

    This will be a suitable pre-built computer (wifi not included): https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883102272 If your budget is lower, you might also consider a used machine from ebay.