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My old thread got borked, so I made a new one and updated the stock. Game Packages*: M50 Interceptor > $120 - 2 years (Upgraded from an Aurora MR+ game package) Advanced Hunter (Avenger Stalker) > $120 - LTI Scout Package (Aurora MR) > $85 - LTI Mercenary Package (Aurora MR) > $90 - LTI Pathfinder Package (Origin 315P) > $120 - LTI (ON HOLD) Arbiter Package (Origin 325A) > $125 - LTI Digital Freelancer > $165 - LTI Digital Colonel (F7C Hornet) > $165 - LTI Digital Pirate (Cutlass Black) > SOLD - LTI (Tractor Beam, Docking Collar, Skull and Crossbones Skin) Specter (F7C-S Ghost) > $180 - LTI Weekend Warrior (F7C-M Super Hornet) > $230 - LTI (includes a Model II Arclight Sidearm) Freelancer Physical Package > SOLD - LTI (Deluxe Green Collector's Box, Spaceship-shaped USB Drive, CD of Game Soundtrack, Glossy Fold-up Star Map, Hardback Engineering Manual) Rear Admiral Physical Package (Constellation Aquila) > SOLD - LTI (Constellation upgraded to Aquila, Deluxe Silver Collector's Box, Spaceship-shaped USB Drive, CD of Game Soundtrack, Glossy Fold-up Star Map, 5 Spaceship Blueprints, 3 Inch Model of Spaceship, Hardback Making-of Star Citize) *(Packages includes both Star Citizen and Squadron 42 games, and access to every alpha and beta modules.) CCU'd Limited Standalone Ships*: Retaliator Bomber > $255 - LTI Esperia Blade > $240 - LTI Vanguard Warden > $240 - LTI Freelancer MIS > $155 - LTI Anvil Gladiator > $155 - LTI Xi'an Khartu-al > $160 - LTI Cutlass Blue > $170 - LTI *(Unless otherwise stated, all ships are upgraded from a LTI Dragonfly or P72). **(Buy both ships and get a Warden BUK with 2 years insurance for free) . Original Sale & Limited Standalone Ships: Origin M50 Interceptor > $140 - LTI - 2 (1 ON HOLD) Aurora LX > $60 - LTI - 1 Hull B > $120 - LTI - 2 Hull C > $250 - LTI - 2 Avenger Stalker > $90 - LTI - 4 Avenger Warlock > SOLD - LTI - 1 Origin 315P > $95 - LTI - 3 Origin 325A > $100 - LTI - 4 Origin 350R > $150 - LTI - 1 Drake Herald > $115 - LTI - 2 Cutlass Pirate Pack > $150 - LTI (includes Tractor Beam, Docking Collar, Skull and Crossbones Skin) Xi'an Khartu-al > $150 - 2 years - 1 Gladiator Bomber > $180 - LTI - 1 Cutlass Pirate Pack upgraded to Blue > $200 - LTI - 1 (includes Tractor Beam, Docking Collar, Skull and Crossbones Skin and Advocay Tools) ON HOLD Starfarer Tanker > $260 - LTI - 1 Starfarer Gemini > $320 - LTI - 1 ON HOLD RSI Polaris > $650 - LTI - 1 Upgrades: Taurus to Sabre > $40 325A to Warlock > $30 Retaliator Cargo Rear Module LTI > $50 - 1 Retaliator Living Rear Module LTI > $50 - 2 F7A Military Hornet upgrade > $85 - SOLD RSI Credits*: $425 credits > SOLD (6 mi Prowler) $225 credits > $180 (6 mi Andromeda) *(RSI credits will be sent in the form of an Aurora ES standalone (6 month insurance) upgraded to a Constellation Aquila.) Suscriber Flair and Special Items: Opera Mushroom > $6 Conner’s Moss > $6 Space Cactus - Kavische > $6 Space Flower - Emperor Blossom > $6 The Puglisi Collection: AV8 Battle Armor Replica > $6 Locker from Another Universe > $6 Takuetsu Series Mustang Beta > $6 Takuetsu Mini Hornet F7C-R Model > $6 Takuetsu Mini Reliant Kore Model > $6 Takuetsu Mini Aegis Sabre > $6 Takuetsu Mustang Gamma Model > $6 Takuetsu Origin M50 > $6 Takuetsu Starfarer > $6 Takuetsu RSI Constellation Phoenix 2944 > $6 PAX 2944 Trophy - 2944 > $20 Gamescom 2946 - Subscriber Trophy > $20 Gamescom 2946 - Subscriber Hangar Trophy > $20 Model II Arclight Sidearm > $20 All prices are in USD dollars with PayPal fees included. After payment of invoice, the purchased items will be gifted to your Paypal email. I'm an experienced trader in SCB, /u/starcitizen_trades, eBay and several other forums.
Been out of touch with this game since 2014 from my forum ban, I am a backer from 2013 who grew frustrated with the game’s content and progress. Seems like fanboy moderators are still in control at CIG forums CIG even hiring the biggest fanboy of them all, Disco Lando. (wow so the only qualification you need to be employed by CIG is just be a big fanboy?) I’ve been doing some research and seems there has been much drama and scandal from backers getting their money back and Derek Smart. I had the module back when DFM was in the early stages, and since then have upgraded my PC – and never bothered to install Star Citizen because of my ban from forums and moved on to other games, Heroes and Generals and recently no man’s sky. When I found out that dogfighting would only be in 1’st person view I decided this game may not be good for me. I find dogfighting tedious enough in 3’rd person view. It’s all turn, shoot, turn, shoot, shoot, turn, turn more. And people call doing this successfully “skill”? Is there any reason to download the 2.5 version? Let’s just say that for this game I can’t be bothered to learn to pilot my own ship, can I hire NPC’s to do that for me yet and just watch from 3’rd person view and perhaps issue commands? Also if I download the modules and click “I agree” does that mean I am under the new TOS and can’t get my money back now? Back in the early DFM downloads would take DAYS. Not sure if I have the patience for that again.
For all the Retaliator owners, and future owners out there! Check the current modules and possibilities. https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/14883-Retaliator-Modules-Available (it has many modules with prices, thus i post a link this time. Which is somewhat different from what i usually do! srry...) What is your ideal Retaliator setup, as is currently possible (that is). What did you use? Why did you choose that setup? I am sure everyone is curious, as to what you (all) have in mind! Build, Share, Comment, Enjoy!
So I have a bit of an interesting issue. Let me just preface this with a disclaimer: I know that the hangar module is in a pre-alpha stage, which means that I know the performance is sub par and that it is not optimized for any particular card. Ok, now that the disclaimer is out of the way, I'd like to give you guys my system specs just so that you know: i7 3770k @ 4.5 ghz Antec Kuhler 920 CPU cooling Asus Sabertooth z77 2x MSI 7970 3gb/OC @ 1100 Mhz clock/1600 Mhz memory (aftermarket cooling) 2x 128 gb Samsung SSDs in Raid 0 (<<--I run the hangar module on these raided SSDs) 500 gb WD Blue HD Windows 8.1 Pro Catalyst 14.2 drivers (Beta) (I am running eyefinity) Alright, so I've been playing around in the business hangar module with my freelancer and 315p. I use MSI afterburner to monitor my card usage, memory/core clocks, core temp, and VRM temps. What I have noticed is that whatever I do, the hangar module WILL NOT use crossfire and that I'm getting horrible performance (15 to 17 fps MAX) with 2 7970 (AMD's last gen flagship card). My top card is always at full clocks while my second card is always on idle clocks (as though I am NOT in a 3D application). Thus, my first thought is that crossfire is not on. So I checked the Catalyst control center and Xfire is on and then I proceeded to try to force AFR friendly crossfire in the control center. When I booted up Star Citizen, both my cards will boot up to max clock speeds but then my second card will clock back down to idle clocks. Next, I used some of the CryEngine 3 console commands to try to force crossfire on. I used this command: r_MultGPU 1 to set the game to to search for another card to use in crossfire. However, this did not work either! I tried restarting the module as well as making a user.cfg file with that command and neither worked. So I took to the internet to try to find an answer, thinking that other people might have had my problem. Unfortunately, I could not find anyone who had the same problem and on top of that, I found people who were using crossfire in the hangar module when I clearly could not. Here is an example that really angered me because this guy is running his 7970s in crossfire and eyefinity just like me and he is getting significantly better performance than me. JUST to make it clear I disabled my eyefinity while running the hangar module because of performance issues (all the above issues were seen at 1920 x 1080 resolution). Here is the link of the guy who was using crossfire effectively: http://www.tweaktown.com/tweakipedia/28/star-citizen-benchmarked-at-7860x1440-with-radeon-hd-7970s-in-cf/index.html Thus, I am frustrated because that guy ran his 7970 CF at a higher res than me in the deluxe hangar (which i can only assume is more demanding than the business hangar) while I am running at a lower res with the same chip and having issue with fps and I can't even get CF to work. Clearly, this does not seem like simply the module not being optimized. I also know it is not a cooling issue because my main card never peaks over 53 degree celsius in this module and my VRM temps are all below 70 degree celsius while in the module as well. Does anyone have any suggestions? I was thinking of rolling back to 13.12 drivers to see if that would help but I am not sure. Thanks, Hardware-Fiend