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  1. The map was updated to include more locations so I updated the first post.
  2. http://wccftech.com/star-citizen-exclusive-interview-erin-roberts/ WCCF Tech interviewed Erin Roberts and the amount of juicy information in there coming from a top man is fantastic. I'm still making my way through it, rather than wait for a TLDR, you probably would enjoy just reading this one. My favorite quotes/article spoilers: This. Engineer love!
  3. Time to bump this post out of the archives. From the Erin Roberts interview http://wccftech.com/star-citizen-exclusive-interview-erin-roberts/
  4. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, Nooooooooo! Why do I fall in love with every ship as it walks out the ship pipeline? I hope in the final game, your bed is customizable. While many love it that way, I want mine made nice.
  5. This is a neat Yela map. Here you see Yela from "above the rings". Whats neat is those of you who have gone this far up know this is kinda what Yela looks like from above. The hand placed encounter areas are larger rocks and can easily be spotted from above. And if you are backed out this far the smaller rocks actually no longer draw, only the big ones do, so the author must have taken 30+ closeup photos and stitched them together. The next great thing it shows is the Port Olisar Exit Point. This is good for getting your bearings and allows you to figure out where special things are. It teaches me that if i travel in and look at the "left" edge of Yela I have a general understanding of where I need to go to get pretty close to benny henge. What this map is missing is the handful of pirate radio stations pointing to Benny Henge.
  6. Me: Can the Reclaimer land? Ben Lesnick: We don't know yet. So there you have it, a definitive "Ask again later".
  7. New cockpit is looking great.
    1. Rellim


      I have that same bundle from the last time they had it on sale. 

  8. What, you did not like the cockpit disco? I wonder if they tweaked the open pit issue caused by the under turret right behind the pilot.
  9. @GallitinMy forum search vanished this morning. I used it as frequently as last night.
  10. The 2.6.1 patch notes have been posted to Reddit. This means its safe to say the Avacados are beating on it right now. https://www.reddit.com/r/starcitizen/comments/5ssabq/ptu_261_patch_notes/ Some notable points: "The Super Hornet has received a full visual update, encompassing art, animation, damage states, and VFX." "Pilot facial idle animations have been added for all ship variants!" "In this initial release it (Mega Map) will only be enabled for single player maps (Hangars and single-player Arena Commander), but we will be expanding this to include multiplayer maps in a future release." Good news, all those classy VIP's don't have to use the bucket anymore. "Constellation Phoenix - The toilet can now be accessed."
  11. My current dedicated Star Citizen SSD died a month or so ago and I had to reinstall on a slower spinning HDD. I'm interested in picking up a new SSD for my OS, and give Star Citizen my old OS SSD. Because my mobo supports M.2 I think it might be nice to get one of those. Mobo: GA-Z97MX-Gaming 5 (rev. 1.0) M.2 Specifications: M.2 PCIe connector (Socket 3, M key, type 2242/2260/2280 SATA & PCIe SSD support) Every time an M.2 drive pops up on a sale site for $40 people call it "Slow" and "Not worth the money" and when I go to the review sites, their recommended M.2 drives are double the price for 4x the read speeds but I cant tell if my system will support all its fancy features. I'm having a hard time determining what M.2 read speeds would be ideal for me without being "Not worth the money" or "Overkill" for my current hardware and price range. Right now I'm looking at: MyDigitalSSD BPX 80mm (2280) M.2 PCI Express 3.0 x4 (PCIe Gen3 x4) NVMe MLC SSD (240GB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M4OO1FT/ It touted a lot of features like PCI Express® Gen 3 x4 which I don't know if my board even supports. Edit: Reading an amazon review they state to get the max performance of the above drive I need to make sure my M.2 slot supports 4x lanes (not clear on the Mobo's documents), and has NVMe support (I thought Windows 10 covered that). Am I wasting my money on M.2 and should just stick with SATA SSD's? Should I wait for a game changing tech around the corner?
  12. I'm Posting these two images of the cutlass rework because I only see part of one a couple pages back. If someone posted them here already then the links broke. (Open them in a new window to see the full size)
  13. Great show, wife and I enjoyed it during our long car trip north. I look forward to hearing whatever gets that time slot, they have big shoes to fill.