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Hey guys, it may or may not have been done yet (couldn't find it) but lets have some desktop shares.. I'll start off with my desktop and a bit of my friends one: The Battlestation With daylight The inside Alright, so, what's in it you say? - Corsair Crystal 460X RGB case - Intel i7 7700K 4.9ghz (overclocked) - Asus ROG strix z270h motherboard - 16 GB RAM (3200mhz) ( 2x 8GB ) from Corsair - Nvidea GTX 1080 Ti (11GB Vram) from Asus - NZXT RGB Watercooling - 27" Acer Predator 1440p 144hz (165hz overclocked) monitor - Logitech Z906 5.1 speakers - Razer Mamba Chroma Mice - Razer Ornate Chroma Keyboard - Razer FireFly Chroma Mousepad - Razer Kraken V2 Chroma headset - Saitek x56 Rhino HOTAS (for them ship steering) What I would've changed is the Ram sticks since they are not RGB (wanted to make a full RGB build, maybe next time) How does it run? it runs Battlefield 1 in 1440P with 140 fps everything ultra ^^ I have not seen how much FPS I had on the Pre-Alpha, will hopefully know later on. So... let the sharing begin!
I thought this might be the best place to post, since it has to do with blueprints, although it is also somewhat of an art question. Does anyone know whether blueprints will be actually viewable in the game, like a schematic, or whether they are just supposed to be electronic files that only make sense to a factory unit? The reason I ask, is because I think it would be neat to be able to make a desktop background / screensaver slide out of your favorite ship blueprints. (Hence the "art" aspect.") I realize that it could pose problems from a blueprint security standpoint, since it might be easier to reverse-engineer a viewable blueprint, but then again, the blueprint wouldn't be divided into voxels, so.... Maybe this could be limited to Master Blueprints, or specific blueprints that have had this option enabled by the original designer? Let me know if you are aware of whether this will work. If not, tell me what you think about the idea!