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Thread: The Beginner's Guide Winning GvG
12-01-2008, 05:42 #21
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12-01-2008, 18:48 #24I wonder if any of the people in high ranked guilds ever recorded their voice chat sessions. It would be interesting to hear, because apart from 'ressing #', 'dazed on 7', 'draw 7' and someone who calls a spike I never heard much more during battle so far.
12-01-2008, 19:03 #25
12-01-2008, 21:12 #26
Uh...where do I find those recordings? I've been to QQ's forum, but can't find it.
EDIT: Nvm..found it.
Last edited by SurviverX; 12-01-2008 at 21:18.
13-01-2008, 06:46 #27
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14-01-2008, 20:14 #30
1.) Always at least go for the recommended specs. If you have the money by all means, SPLURGE! Here is my favorite site for HW www.newegg.com
2.) Ideally have dedicated machine for the game. But if its too expensive, here are the alternatives
- Set up a hd swappable system
- Set up a multi boot system
3.) Please don't consider a phone line, go dsl or preferably cable.
1.) Ideally the only thing running should be GW and the OS.
2.) If you have an anti-virus and firewall, make sure GW is setup as a trusted application.
3.) Check the services and schedule, the less things you have running on the computer the better.
4.) Always, always keep things up to date.
1.) Always defrag your hd, diskkeeper is my defrag of choice.
2.) If possible, do an image download on a regular basis to minimize ingame updates during matches.
3.) Do a "sync" test. For example your leader can say "3..2..1..jump" and everybody does the jump emote. If you all jump at the same time, then you are in pretty good shape.