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Does internet connection affect fps too?

No, it affects your ping, or lag, if you will.

 

 

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That's my computers specs, I don't see why i'm constantly around 5 fps, I have horrible internet but if that doesn't affect it then I don't know why

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Buy from www.newegg.com and you'll save a few hundred bucks at the same time. I have a desktop with a Radeon HD 5770, a 2009 card I think, that runs RS at 50 FPS np. The card is still manufactured I think and costs only $99. The Radeon HD 6770 is basically the same thing rebranded and costs a lot more. You may not be able to find a computer on newegg with the 5770, idk. The general cards, if you're dealing with AMD/ATI Radeon, is to focus on the 4800+, 5700+, or 6700+ cards. 7000 series is just starting to come out, with several cards coming out in February, but they'll be more expensive. The 6000 series should become cheaper as well. If you get a 7000 series card, 7600+ would probably be good. I recommend AMD over Nvidia because it's more bang for your buck. My own desktop tower only cost me like $730 and that has a 6-core processor too lol. There's really no reason to spend over $1k on a desktop tower since you can get desktops with 6900+ cards for about that price.

 

GPU barely matters, I can max RS on my Intel HD 3000. What matters is single core speed; Runescape only runs on a single core which means 6 cores in your case won't help at all, you want the fastest possible cores which are Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge.

 

An i3 2100 paired with a 5770 would max Runescape fine, and if anyone reading this is buying I suggest a Z68 chipset to allow upgrading to a 2500k or Ivy Bridge in future.

My computer's managed to split it over multiple cores, since I watch it do it. Every once in a while, you can tell its all on one core becuase that one will be near max and the others will all be near idle, but most of the time they balance out, or at least most of them do, and if you look at the cpu usage for Java, its using a lot more resources than any one core is reporting at a given time.

 

How? Jagex has multi-core support disabled.

 

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Not sure, I just know that the Java usage is actually more than any one of my cores can handle. 23% usage, which is the processes norm when playing RuneScape, would represent ~4GHz of usage. The individual cores can do 2.9 each, and the highest they run for runescape is ~65% (only one, the others are all lower). Unless the java process itself includes a lot more than just the game, and the game is being put on one core while everything else related to the java process is being run through the others. My laptop shows the same thing on its dual core, where starting the game nearly maxes them both out, not just one. So I'm not sure what their doing, but the extra cores seem to be doing something related to the game.

The load on the other cores is the JVM overhead. If you type displayfps in the console ingame and look at the memory usage, the fact it increases then decreases rapidly implies the garbage collector is going to town.

A money pouch would be cool. So would a remote price checker. But honestly I'm thinking an insta-Jcoins-market. LOW ON PRAYER AND DONT LIKE XP WASTE?! BUY AN ULTRA PRAYER RESTORE POTION INSTANTLY FOR JUST 75 CENTS! STAY AT BANDOS ALL DAY/AS LONG YOU HAVE MONEY!

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Does internet connection affect fps too?

No, it affects your ping, or lag, if you will.

 

 

http://gyazo.com/d2e93a3642e2b66b25e29e4253b8e819

http://gyazo.com/41af510baee766cab4a2d34704a5e2a8

 

That's my computers specs, I don't see why i'm constantly around 5 fps, I have horrible internet but if that doesn't affect it then I don't know why

 

Are you using Safe Mode, Software, OpenGL, or DirectX? Safe Mode with textures on would give you 5 FPS no matter how good a computer you were on. With what you've got, I'd highly recommend you play in DirectX for best performance. You'll get better rates in that than Software too.

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Started wcing arctics today on my way to 83 for curly roots so I can max out fm. Best method I've found so far is the "light" then click back on tree so the logs just drop but don't burn. And it takes place in one tick so no time lost.

 

Can anyone recommend another method or am I doing it right?

 

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Buy from www.newegg.com and you'll save a few hundred bucks at the same time. I have a desktop with a Radeon HD 5770, a 2009 card I think, that runs RS at 50 FPS np. The card is still manufactured I think and costs only $99. The Radeon HD 6770 is basically the same thing rebranded and costs a lot more. You may not be able to find a computer on newegg with the 5770, idk. The general cards, if you're dealing with AMD/ATI Radeon, is to focus on the 4800+, 5700+, or 6700+ cards. 7000 series is just starting to come out, with several cards coming out in February, but they'll be more expensive. The 6000 series should become cheaper as well. If you get a 7000 series card, 7600+ would probably be good. I recommend AMD over Nvidia because it's more bang for your buck. My own desktop tower only cost me like $730 and that has a 6-core processor too lol. There's really no reason to spend over $1k on a desktop tower since you can get desktops with 6900+ cards for about that price.

 

GPU barely matters, I can max RS on my Intel HD 3000. What matters is single core speed; Runescape only runs on a single core which means 6 cores in your case won't help at all, you want the fastest possible cores which are Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge.

 

An i3 2100 paired with a 5770 would max Runescape fine, and if anyone reading this is buying I suggest a Z68 chipset to allow upgrading to a 2500k or Ivy Bridge in future.

 

 

Sandy Bridge is a lot more expensive too. :P

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Buy from www.newegg.com and you'll save a few hundred bucks at the same time. I have a desktop with a Radeon HD 5770, a 2009 card I think, that runs RS at 50 FPS np. The card is still manufactured I think and costs only $99. The Radeon HD 6770 is basically the same thing rebranded and costs a lot more. You may not be able to find a computer on newegg with the 5770, idk. The general cards, if you're dealing with AMD/ATI Radeon, is to focus on the 4800+, 5700+, or 6700+ cards. 7000 series is just starting to come out, with several cards coming out in February, but they'll be more expensive. The 6000 series should become cheaper as well. If you get a 7000 series card, 7600+ would probably be good. I recommend AMD over Nvidia because it's more bang for your buck. My own desktop tower only cost me like $730 and that has a 6-core processor too lol. There's really no reason to spend over $1k on a desktop tower since you can get desktops with 6900+ cards for about that price.

I just have to, sorry.

 

1) 5770 is not being manufactured anymore.

2) Well, 6770 and 5770 are pretty much the same, but 6770 has HDMI 1.4a which allows displaying 3D picture.

3) You'd be stupid to go for the older generation of cards, you suggesting HD4000 series is like me suggesting you to buy a 2008 year car brand new, today, where as newer, more powerful/efficient models are availiable.

4) Only HD7950 is dated to come out in February so far and of course they are going to be more expensive as they are newer and on a new technology (28nm)

5) Usually when a new line launches, they stop producing the old ones, HD6000 series will only get cheaper because the retailers want to deplete their stocks to be able to get new cards in.

6) Any card will be good for just playing RS, but if you plan on actually playing games on the pc, I'd go for at least 7950, which is a step up from 6950. To be honest, I'd actually wait for nVidia kepler GPU-s first to see what they have to offer.

7) For $730 you got a LGA1366 processor which is a rather bad deal unless you got it in 2010. Sandy Bridge is so much better than Gulftown or Bloomfield, even with its only 4 cores.

 

And to NoHopeLeft, 2500k can easily be fitted on any LGA1155 board, doesn't have to be Z68. P67 and Z68 are just the ones which are able to fully utilize the overclocking potential.

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Sandy bridge <3 Also you can get a GTX 560 relatively cheaply today, and theyre great cards for general gaming, and will have no problem maxing out RS.

 

Opinions:

 

Dapledo to 100m all first

 

- or -

 

Suomi to 200m all first

 

???

 

**note** this does assume that Dapledo will go for 100m dungeon at some point.

 

Definitely Dapledo. 100m slayer will get him 100m runecrafting and nearly 100m summoning. At that point he has prayer, which is very fast, and dungeoneering. I remember someone saying a while ago that he has quite a bit of time to play, so I'd guess he'll hit 100m alll around halfway through the year perhaps.

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Buy from www.newegg.com and you'll save a few hundred bucks at the same time. I have a desktop with a Radeon HD 5770, a 2009 card I think, that runs RS at 50 FPS np. The card is still manufactured I think and costs only $99. The Radeon HD 6770 is basically the same thing rebranded and costs a lot more. You may not be able to find a computer on newegg with the 5770, idk. The general cards, if you're dealing with AMD/ATI Radeon, is to focus on the 4800+, 5700+, or 6700+ cards. 7000 series is just starting to come out, with several cards coming out in February, but they'll be more expensive. The 6000 series should become cheaper as well. If you get a 7000 series card, 7600+ would probably be good. I recommend AMD over Nvidia because it's more bang for your buck. My own desktop tower only cost me like $730 and that has a 6-core processor too lol. There's really no reason to spend over $1k on a desktop tower since you can get desktops with 6900+ cards for about that price.

I just have to, sorry.

 

1) 5770 is not being manufactured anymore.

2) Well, 6770 and 5770 are pretty much the same, but 6770 has HDMI 1.4a which allows displaying 3D picture.

3) You'd be stupid to go for the older generation of cards, you suggesting HD4000 series is like me suggesting you to buy a 2008 year car brand new, today, where as newer, more powerful/efficient models are availiable.

4) Only HD7950 is dated to come out in February so far and of course they are going to be more expensive as they are newer and on a new technology (28nm)

5) Usually when a new line launches, they stop producing the old ones, HD6000 series will only get cheaper because the retailers want to deplete their stocks to be able to get new cards in.

6) Any card will be good for just playing RS, but if you plan on actually playing games on the pc, I'd go for at least 7950, which is a step up from 6950. To be honest, I'd actually wait for nVidia kepler GPU-s first to see what they have to offer.

7) For $730 you got a LGA1366 processor which is a rather bad deal unless you got it in 2010. Sandy Bridge is so much better than Gulftown or Bloomfield, even with its only 4 cores.

 

And to NoHopeLeft, 2500k can easily be fitted on any LGA1155 board, doesn't have to be Z68. P67 and Z68 are just the ones which are able to fully utilize the overclocking potential.

 

It's pointless to buy the highest end card available, 7950 or even 6950. For the 6000 generation, I wouldn't go above the 6800s. The same applies for all the GeForce chips that outperform the top Radeon chips. There's absolutely no point in dishing out a few extra hundred dollars for a card that won't give any visually noticeable increase in performance. Concerning the 5770, it was the only 5000s series card being manufactured still when I researched it a few months ago. This was due to its particularly high demand as a cheap high-end card.

 

Also, top Intel and Nvidia chips are all yay and dandy, but not everyone has thousands to toss out the window on something that'll be obsolete in a few years, particularly when for most people the only purpose they serve is as bragging rights.

 

"Hey man, I get 250FPS on max settings on Crysis, gf!"

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Does internet connection affect fps too?

No, it affects your ping, or lag, if you will.

 

 

http://gyazo.com/d2e93a3642e2b66b25e29e4253b8e819

http://gyazo.com/41af510baee766cab4a2d34704a5e2a8

 

That's my computers specs, I don't see why i'm constantly around 5 fps, I have horrible internet but if that doesn't affect it then I don't know why

If you go to the console screen and type "renderer", it will show you what part of the computer is running the graphics. Software will base it off cpu, so make sure you;re in opengl or direct x. Sometimes RS won't pick up the graphics card and you have to enable it for Java or some weird stuff. But ye computer should handle rs fine.

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- 120 Dungeoneering - Quest - Strength - Prayer - Herblore - Constitution
- Attack - Defence - Ranged - Runecrafting - Magic - Fletching - Mining

- Farming - Smithing - Slayer - Woodcutting - Summoning - Thieving - Hunter

- Fishing - Agility - Crafting - Divination - Max - Completionist

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Reduced the Xp rate of Agility to 72k due to recent updates.

 

Name - hours - cost - TMOA points

Suomi - 3795 - 8.9b - 101

Jake - 8061 - 13.8b - 52

Elvis - 8682 - 6.4b - 47

Elias - 9054 - 8.9b - 45

Dapledo - 9310 - 17.4b - 47

Kingduffy - 9633 - 15.7b - 22

Drumgun - 9819 - 16.5b - 43

Skiller 703 - 9357 - 20.8b - 37

Schrimkiy - 9659 - 25.1b - 31

Telmomarques - 10026 - 10.9b - 46

Jdelacroix - 10202 - 2.8b - 48

Da_broman1 - 10233 - 22.8b - 26

 

If I forgot to add someone, please just post and I will edit.

If you don't want me to add your name on that list, post or pm me and I will edit.

 

Added in TMOA points, which is a system that tracks progess to 200m's and is used to create a clan hiscores. Money has some value in it too, thus giving Jdel higher points. If I made the increments smaller than the 40m/50m/100m increments that exist atm, it'd show more overall account-wise, but the purpose isn't for that as much as it is to value milestones to 200m Xp. That's why Kingduffy is low, because his base is up there but doesn't specialize in anything. Just thought it'd be interesting to see. :) I'm at 33 TMOA points btw.

Can you explain your logic of how TMOA points work? Are you ahead of Broman because he can't afford buyables or what?

Just don't understand how at all how you would be ahead of Broman and Duffy with your exp.

 

Wats my Tmoa points

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Buy from www.newegg.com and you'll save a few hundred bucks at the same time. I have a desktop with a Radeon HD 5770, a 2009 card I think, that runs RS at 50 FPS np. The card is still manufactured I think and costs only $99. The Radeon HD 6770 is basically the same thing rebranded and costs a lot more. You may not be able to find a computer on newegg with the 5770, idk. The general cards, if you're dealing with AMD/ATI Radeon, is to focus on the 4800+, 5700+, or 6700+ cards. 7000 series is just starting to come out, with several cards coming out in February, but they'll be more expensive. The 6000 series should become cheaper as well. If you get a 7000 series card, 7600+ would probably be good. I recommend AMD over Nvidia because it's more bang for your buck. My own desktop tower only cost me like $730 and that has a 6-core processor too lol. There's really no reason to spend over $1k on a desktop tower since you can get desktops with 6900+ cards for about that price.

I just have to, sorry.

 

1) 5770 is not being manufactured anymore.

2) Well, 6770 and 5770 are pretty much the same, but 6770 has HDMI 1.4a which allows displaying 3D picture.

3) You'd be stupid to go for the older generation of cards, you suggesting HD4000 series is like me suggesting you to buy a 2008 year car brand new, today, where as newer, more powerful/efficient models are availiable.

4) Only HD7950 is dated to come out in February so far and of course they are going to be more expensive as they are newer and on a new technology (28nm)

5) Usually when a new line launches, they stop producing the old ones, HD6000 series will only get cheaper because the retailers want to deplete their stocks to be able to get new cards in.

6) Any card will be good for just playing RS, but if you plan on actually playing games on the pc, I'd go for at least 7950, which is a step up from 6950. To be honest, I'd actually wait for nVidia kepler GPU-s first to see what they have to offer.

7) For $730 you got a LGA1366 processor which is a rather bad deal unless you got it in 2010. Sandy Bridge is so much better than Gulftown or Bloomfield, even with its only 4 cores.

 

And to NoHopeLeft, 2500k can easily be fitted on any LGA1155 board, doesn't have to be Z68. P67 and Z68 are just the ones which are able to fully utilize the overclocking potential.

 

 

It's pointless to buy the highest end card available, 7950 or even 6950. For the 6000 generation, I wouldn't go above the 6800s. The same applies for all the GeForce chips that outperform the top Radeon chips. There's absolutely no point in dishing out a few extra hundred dollars for a card that won't give any visually noticeable increase in performance. Concerning the 5770, it was the only 5000s series card being manufactured still when I researched it a few months ago. This was due to its particularly high demand as a cheap high-end card.

 

Also, top Intel and Nvidia chips are all yay and dandy, but not everyone has thousands to toss out the window on something that'll be obsolete in a few years, particularly when for most people the only purpose they serve is as bragging rights.

 

"Hey man, I get 250FPS on max settings on Crysis, gf!"

I agree, it is pointless if you mainly play RS, but there are many of us who enjoy playing other games as well. Metro 2033 and Battlefield 3 are currently such games that are probably way too much for your beloved 5770 to handle. Of course you can play with minimum settings and be happy, but those of us who shelf out few hundred euros for a graphics card expect to get some eyecandy in return. I own a 560Ti which is on par with 6950, and even I am struggling to keep stable 60fps in Battlefield at Ultra settings in 1080p resolution.

In todays technologic era Crysis and its benchmarks are moot.

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I'm ready to write the Weekly Top 15 Update just to C c c c combobreaker, ect. [computer stuff in another Forum plz]

 

Top 15 Update 1-22 to 1-28

 

1. S U O M I 3.8B [22.7M] 6.2M Attack for 30M Exp, 1M Woodcut for 104M Exp, 1.1M for almost 100M Crafting Exp, 2.3M Farming Exp for 111M Exp, 5.6M Runecrafting Exp for 103.6M Exp Coming Milestones: 100M Crafting Exp

 

2. Jake/Tezz : 3.2B [10.6M] 7M Woodcutting for 106.M Exp now, 2.2M Firemaking Exp for almost 150M Exp, 1.2M Agility Exp 21.2M now. Coming Milestones: 30M Farming

 

3. Jdelacroix : 3.1B [12.3M] 3.4M Strength Exp for 100.4M now, 1.6M Range Exp for 138.4M now, almost 1.7M slayer Exp for 76.5M now, 1.2M Farming exp for 195.7M now. Coming Milestones: 200M Farming

 

4. Elvis : 3.06B [16.9M] 3.6M Strength Exp for 140.4M Exp now, 6.5M Range Exp for 172.4M Exp now, 1.1M Farming Exp for 117.8M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 180M Ranging, 150M Woodcutting, 80M Firemaking, 40M Construction

 

5. Elias : 3.03B [8.3M] 2.1M Defence Exp for 59.9M Exp now, 4.4M Ranging Exp for 166.6M Exp now, 712k Farming Exp for 94.8M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 125M Constitution, 170M Ranging, 100M Farming

 

6. Drumgun : 2.94B [4.19M] 3.3M Fishing Exp for 160.7M Exp now, 819k Crafting Exp for 39.5M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 165M Fishing, 40M Crafting, 20M Slayer, 20M Farming

 

7. Telmomarques : 2.87B [0] Zero Exp gained last Week.

 

8. Allar : 2.68B [0] Zero Exp gained last Week.

 

9. Kingduffy : 2.42B [7.5M] 4.4M Firemaking Exp for 134M Exp now, he didn't gain Exp in All Skills last Week, 1.1M Crafting Exp for 73.5M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 100M Range, 100M Magic, 140M Firemaking, 95M Slayer, 95M Hunter

 

10. AlmostLost : 2.36B [2.19M] 479k Firemaking Exp for 23.1M Exp now, 434k Smithing Exp for 16.3M Exp now, 1M Farming Exp for 144M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 80M Magic, 145M Farming, 55M Summoning

 

11. Zarfot : 2.35B [0] Zero Exp gained last Week.

 

12. Green098 : 2.25B [4.4M] 628k Attack Exp for 71.2M Exp now, 688k Defence Exp for 73.2M Exp now, 765k Magic Exp for 154.8M Exp now, 543k Slayer Exp for 46.7M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 160M Constitution, 155M Magic, 50M Slayer

 

13. Kngkyle : 2.21B [6.4M] 346k Attack Exp for 51.6M Exp now, 273k Magic Exp for 44.8M Exp now, 1.6M Woodcutting Exp for 179.5M Exp now, 1.3M Agility Exp for 30M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 180M Woodcutting, 132M Thieving, 70M Construction

 

14. Pope712 : 2.2B [2.1M] 334k Attack Exp for 128.4M Exp now, 252k Ranging Exp for 88.9M Exp now, 536k Crafting Exp for 73.2M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 193M Ranging, 120M Magic, 137M Slayer

 

15. Paperbag : 2.2B [10.3M] 1.2M Agility Exp for 16.9M Exp now, 5.99M Thieving Exp for 100M Exp now, 2.6M Farming Exp for 167.7M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 20M Agility, 170M Farming

 

 

Outside the Top 15

 

16. Da Broman1 : 2.14B [8.4M] 876k Magic Exp for 76M Exp now, 1.1M Woodcutting Exp for 117.4M Exp now, 2.1M Mining Exp for 46.6M Exp now, 1.5M Agility Exp for 46.9M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 95M Ranging, 80M Magic, 50M Mining, 42M Hunter

 

17. Paulrat3 : 2.09B [20.1M] 1.5M Attack Exp for 171.9M Exp now, 1.2M Prayer Exp for 30.5M Exp now, 9M Magic for 200M Exp now, 1.9M Fletching Exp for 66M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 70M Fletching, 60M Herblore, 20M Thieving, 20M Construction

 

18. Skiller 703 : 2.09B [5.6M] 5.6M Agility Exp for 99.8M Exp now. Coming Milestones: 40M Ranging, 120M Magic, 100M Agility

 

19. Number1 Boss : 2.09B [1.1M] 202k Woodcutting Exp for 68.5M Exp now, 798k Fishing Exp for 57.8M Exp now. coming Milestones: 120M Constitution, 70M Woodcutting, 60M fishing, 60M Runecrafting

 

20. Dapledo : 2.05B [27.5M] 5M Magic Exp for 100M Exp now, 22M Cooking Exp for 99M Exp now, 361k Dungeoneering Exp for 11.5M Exp now. coming Milestones: 60M Constitution, 100M Cooking, 99 Dungeoneering

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On 12/23/2011 at 4:39 PM, 'Jebrim' said:

But don't even begin to think that I think I'm better than you all simply because I've done 7.6k+ hours of Agility or because I have tens of thousands of fans.

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this may seem like a stupid/pointless idea but I was thinking, why not allow skills to go over 200m, but only count 200m xp toward the overall highscores, allowing for competitiveness in individual skills, but preventing the no 1 player just being the one with the highest fletching xp.

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They would need to change the max integer to 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 (I believe that's the right one).

Would that really be a problem? I mean we are not living in the 90s anymore, I am sure jagex can afford the memory space.

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this may seem like a stupid/pointless idea but I was thinking, why not allow skills to go over 200m, but only count 200m xp toward the overall highscores, allowing for competitiveness in individual skills, but preventing the no 1 player just being the one with the highest fletching xp.

 

I suggested this idea a while back. I think it would be cool if "visible" xp was capped at 200m but then ranks could still change in any given skill based on invisible xp. This would work exactly the same as regular xp however when you looked your self up in the highscores it would just display as 200m. I think with would be entertaining because anyone competing for rank 1 in a skill would never know how far ahead the rank in front of them is. They could be 10k xp ahead, they could be 10m. However people that compete for permanent ranks would certainly not like this idea.

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this may seem like a stupid/pointless idea but I was thinking, why not allow skills to go over 200m, but only count 200m xp toward the overall highscores, allowing for competitiveness in individual skills, but preventing the no 1 player just being the one with the highest fletching xp.

 

I suggested this idea a while back. I think it would be cool if "visible" xp was capped at 200m but then ranks could still change in any given skill based on invisible xp. This would work exactly the same as regular xp however when you looked your self up in the highscores it would just display as 200m. I think with would be entertaining because anyone competing for rank 1 in a skill would never know how far ahead the rank in front of them is. They could be 10k xp ahead, they could be 10m. However people that compete for permanent ranks would certainly not like this idea.

 

Yea and most people that get 200m's compete for permanent ranks. But I do agree that your idea or Jebrim idea (prestige system) would be amazing. I'm curious if they going to make any changes about that when Suomi hits 200m all.

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I liked his actually. I personally don't care for all the fluff etc.

I don't like fluff either but some jokes are ok :D. I liked my one liner top 15 update but that was annoying to make. Top 15 is sorta boring since no competition now days. :P
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Reduced the Xp rate of Agility to 72k due to recent updates.

 

Name - hours - cost - TMOA points

Suomi - 3795 - 8.9b - 101

Jake - 8061 - 13.8b - 52

Elvis - 8682 - 6.4b - 47

Elias - 9054 - 8.9b - 45

Dapledo - 9310 - 17.4b - 47

Kingduffy - 9633 - 15.7b - 22

Drumgun - 9819 - 16.5b - 43

Skiller 703 - 9357 - 20.8b - 37

Schrimkiy - 9659 - 25.1b - 31

Telmomarques - 10026 - 10.9b - 46

Jdelacroix - 10202 - 2.8b - 48

Da_broman1 - 10233 - 22.8b - 26

 

If I forgot to add someone, please just post and I will edit.

If you don't want me to add your name on that list, post or pm me and I will edit.

 

Added in TMOA points, which is a system that tracks progess to 200m's and is used to create a clan hiscores. Money has some value in it too, thus giving Jdel higher points. If I made the increments smaller than the 40m/50m/100m increments that exist atm, it'd show more overall account-wise, but the purpose isn't for that as much as it is to value milestones to 200m Xp. That's why Kingduffy is low, because his base is up there but doesn't specialize in anything. Just thought it'd be interesting to see. :) I'm at 33 TMOA points btw.

Can you explain your logic of how TMOA points work? Are you ahead of Broman because he can't afford buyables or what?

Just don't understand how at all how you would be ahead of Broman and Duffy with your exp.

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Wats my Tmoa points

 

You have 6.

 

 

 

Buy from www.newegg.com and you'll save a few hundred bucks at the same time. I have a desktop with a Radeon HD 5770, a 2009 card I think, that runs RS at 50 FPS np. The card is still manufactured I think and costs only $99. The Radeon HD 6770 is basically the same thing rebranded and costs a lot more. You may not be able to find a computer on newegg with the 5770, idk. The general cards, if you're dealing with AMD/ATI Radeon, is to focus on the 4800+, 5700+, or 6700+ cards. 7000 series is just starting to come out, with several cards coming out in February, but they'll be more expensive. The 6000 series should become cheaper as well. If you get a 7000 series card, 7600+ would probably be good. I recommend AMD over Nvidia because it's more bang for your buck. My own desktop tower only cost me like $730 and that has a 6-core processor too lol. There's really no reason to spend over $1k on a desktop tower since you can get desktops with 6900+ cards for about that price.

I just have to, sorry.

 

1) 5770 is not being manufactured anymore.

2) Well, 6770 and 5770 are pretty much the same, but 6770 has HDMI 1.4a which allows displaying 3D picture.

3) You'd be stupid to go for the older generation of cards, you suggesting HD4000 series is like me suggesting you to buy a 2008 year car brand new, today, where as newer, more powerful/efficient models are availiable.

4) Only HD7950 is dated to come out in February so far and of course they are going to be more expensive as they are newer and on a new technology (28nm)

5) Usually when a new line launches, they stop producing the old ones, HD6000 series will only get cheaper because the retailers want to deplete their stocks to be able to get new cards in.

6) Any card will be good for just playing RS, but if you plan on actually playing games on the pc, I'd go for at least 7950, which is a step up from 6950. To be honest, I'd actually wait for nVidia kepler GPU-s first to see what they have to offer.

7) For $730 you got a LGA1366 processor which is a rather bad deal unless you got it in 2010. Sandy Bridge is so much better than Gulftown or Bloomfield, even with its only 4 cores.

 

And to NoHopeLeft, 2500k can easily be fitted on any LGA1155 board, doesn't have to be Z68. P67 and Z68 are just the ones which are able to fully utilize the overclocking potential.

 

 

It's pointless to buy the highest end card available, 7950 or even 6950. For the 6000 generation, I wouldn't go above the 6800s. The same applies for all the GeForce chips that outperform the top Radeon chips. There's absolutely no point in dishing out a few extra hundred dollars for a card that won't give any visually noticeable increase in performance. Concerning the 5770, it was the only 5000s series card being manufactured still when I researched it a few months ago. This was due to its particularly high demand as a cheap high-end card.

 

Also, top Intel and Nvidia chips are all yay and dandy, but not everyone has thousands to toss out the window on something that'll be obsolete in a few years, particularly when for most people the only purpose they serve is as bragging rights.

 

"Hey man, I get 250FPS on max settings on Crysis, gf!"

I agree, it is pointless if you mainly play RS, but there are many of us who enjoy playing other games as well. Metro 2033 and Battlefield 3 are currently such games that are probably way too much for your beloved 5770 to handle. Of course you can play with minimum settings and be happy, but those of us who shelf out few hundred euros for a graphics card expect to get some eyecandy in return. I own a 560Ti which is on par with 6950, and even I am struggling to keep stable 60fps in Battlefield at Ultra settings in 1080p resolution.

In todays technologic era Crysis and its benchmarks are moot.

 

I could probably do Battlefield 3 at medium settings with my card. My card is about equal with the 550 Ti. The only problem I've noticed in any game is attempting to use PhysX, which is really a Nvidia feature and should thus be used with one of their cards.

 

Here's some comparisons for BF3:

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2011/11/10/battlefield-3-technical-analysis/4

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Going to have to request that the graphics card/setup/computer-techy stuff end here, since it is rather off-topic.

 

If you still wish to discuss it further, then please make a topic in the Tech and Computers forum, rather than having the discussion here.

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