Oh man.. as someone in the comments said, "humans have a tendency to overlook things unless someone points them out differently" I am so sorry for the ones that didn't get this luxury but also makes me feel very grateful.
Apologies if there is a more appropriate sub, was unsure where else to ask. Basically as in the title, I understand that RAM is temporary memory with constant store and retrieval times -- but what is so random about it?
I need to hear from others on this.
When I (21f) was 8 my mom died. Two years later he was married again. That first Christmas after he remarried I asked my dad if we could spend a few hours Christmas Eve at the lake we used to go to every year with my mom, just the two of us. He said sure but then brought his wife and her two kids along and we spent it together. I was so upset and mad and it ruined the intention of going, to have one last moment where I felt like it was just the three of us--not really but it brought a closeness when we went there just the two of us and I wanted it one last time. I always made it known it wasn't what I wanted and my dad knew I was mad. But he always talked about how that was one of his favorite Christmas memories because it brought back our first family Christmas. I always wondered if he was talking like that to try and convince me that I felt the same way because he always ignored my feelings on it.
Anyway, I was talking to him for a little while yesterday and he brought up the memory again and I asked him to stop. He told me he didn't know what I meant and I told him the memory might have been his favorite Christmas memory but I hated it and I did not look back fondly on it. He asked me how I could hate the memory of the first Christmas we had as a family with his wife and her kids. I told him because I had wanted one last Christmas memory of just the two of us. I said even an hour would have been better but he ruined it by including them. He said he thought I understood why they were included and I said no, he just didn't want to accept that I was mad about it. He told me it was important to cement family bonds and I told him if I could I would gladly forget that memory. He got mad and told me I didn't need to try and shame him for loving that memory. I told him I just wanted him to stop bringing it up to me.
He's demanding an apology and he told me I am selfish for saying a memory was ruined because we included our family. I told him he would never understand and I hung up on him. He messaged me after and told me he still wants the apology and for me to get over myself.
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Edit: Removed my specs to avoid confusion.
Update from /u/ThePhoenixRoyal: > I have been informed by the mods the post only got temporarily locked by automoderator receiving too many reports about my post from salty individuals. The post is up again!
This file edit may or may not affect your game but a lot of people in the old thread can testify that it works! Best it can do is decrease loading time and eliminate some stutter and dips.
I used to run on only Low preset to get smooth 30+ fps with the stutter and dips when driving.
But after I applied my proper ram settings I can actually play on High settings at 45+ fps and driving doesnt stutter too much when looking around now!
#Make sure to make a copy of your memory_pool_budgets.csv before editing it! Location is:
Try opening the Cyberpunk2077.exe as "Run As Administrator" to make it work!
#/u/ThePhoenixRoyal - #Pre-Story 🐒
Hi, I played Cyberpunk for 14 hours now and was quite bummed from the start. I have the following rig:
My rig is normally a monster when it comes to performance, I can play the most recent titles on 1440p high on at LEAST 60 fps.
I was shocked that I was only averaging 30 - 50fps (lowest settings possible,1080p, 70fov, no extra jazz) at best depending on the amount of objects I was looking at. For someone that is used to play at 1440p @ 144hz, this was heart-wrenchingly bad performance and half an agony to play. So I took a look at CyberPunk in Process Lasso and noticed that both my CPU and GPU always lounge around at 40 - 60% and that my GPU consumed a humble 100 Watts. Something felt horribly off. It makes ZERO sense that my cpu & gpu barely do anything but a... keep reading on reddit ➡
“Eyes are good for your carrots... or do I have it backwards again?”
It can be anything related to fallout, the launch of a game, a moment in a game that stuck with you, a funny glitch, a convo you had with another fan.
For me one of many memories from this game would be the first time I saw a brotherhood virtabird in fo4, it was flying over head some super mutants shooting black beams down from itself to the green muties below.
I was sitting just a bit away crouched down waiting for it to kill all the mutants so I could loot the remains, and when the fight was finally over some small part of my brain thought "well that bird's already damaged, if I shoot it with a rocket and it dies I'd get some free fusion cores, right?" So I quick saved and did exactly that.
The bird began to spin wildly after the rocket connected, drifting slowly down before going out in a blinding blast as it landed in the middle of the battlefield, I carelessly walk towards the wreckage thinking I'd receive some free loot to bring back home, well I was careless until one of those black lasers hit me.
Two knights in power armor were standing in the rubble, shooting through it and only having lost half their health. Their Brotherhood of Steel power armor had protected them from both the crash and the explosions, and now they both were firing at me, the one that brought down their flying aircraft.
I quickly scramble to pull my rocket launcher out again having put it away and equipped my silenced 10 mil. I fire shot after shot of explosive rockets into the two. They did not fall. I ran out of ammo for my rocket launcher before they fell. I had to swap to my pistol and fire vats crits into each knight's head before they died.
So yeah I remember that, what do you remember vividly about fallout
Bonus: Try to match the album you listen to with the vacation you're taking. An album full of summer songs for your road trip to the beach, for example. A couple of years ago, I listened almost exclusively to ye by Kanye West when I took my trip to Yellowstone and the Tetons and that album still reminds me of the memories I made there.