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Ainslie's Potato Graphics Screenshots

#1

As always, excuse the potato graphics.

However, I felt this was a fairly powerful image.

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#2

This cant be real!
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#3

A pure effect of SPCS (Shit PC Syndrome). There is treatment its called Overclockers.
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#4

Working for a new pc be like:

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#5

Perry - I would do a lot worse than that.
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#6

A fucking medical clusterfuck on that roof - didn't happen back in my day...


...not a lot happened back in my day.
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#7

Now with an extra 3 pixels!
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#8

I can see an improvement mate, did you change anything in your setup?


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#9

Put in a 240GB SSD, put my OS, Chrome, Arma and a couple other bits on there. Made a massive difference.

Also upgraded my OS.
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Patrolling towards Tal Kar
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Waiting to launch our assault on Tal Kar.
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Saying our prayers to the Dark Lord Reshman before we launch our assault.
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Preparing to move.
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Quick Battle Orders during the Assault
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Convoy Back to PB Jekka
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Thanking the Dark Lord Reshman for a successful deployment.
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