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About RickTacular

  • Birthday 01/14/1971

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  1. Alrighty then. I'm going to have to go back, respec and re-allocate. Thanks.
  2. I'm sorry, I suppose I wasn't being clear enough. I meant the slots to plug in Enhancements in my powers. For instance, I remember having 6 slots in my attacks, so I would put 1 End Reduction, 1 Recharge, 1 Accuracy and 3 Damage (until I was able to fill them with sets). I can't do that, now. I don't have enough slots to go around.
  3. Or, I don't *think* I do. I leveled up to 50 but I don't have enough slots for all my powers. Now, I admit that it's been about 8 years since I last played to 50, but I seem to recall having enough slots for at least 6 on my Primary & Secondary powers, maybe more. Is there something I'm missing? Was there a change I am unaware of? Am I mis-remembering? Thanks. 🙂
  4. Hyperstrike: Currently I have it set to "Borderless (Monitor 1)", which is set to 1920x1080. The frames don't change if I put it on native resolution or Windowed. But here's something interesting. Just for funsies I just now experimented with other resolutions. At 1600x900 I get my 60 fps inside Town Hall. lol Oops, but going outside results in 20 again. Anyway, I think you're right about the graphics engine just being a weirdo. At least I can run it at max settings reasonably. Thanks for looking anyway.
  5. I have a modern computer that's played, for instance, Final Fantasy XIV at max settings at a consistent 60 FPS (the only thing holding me back being the refresh rate of my monitor). So why is it that I have such crummy frames when I'm playing CoH? I have things set to max and while I'm not getting, say, 10-15 or anything horrible like that, I am only getting 20-40 when I know my rig can do better. Any thoughts/ideas/opinions? My specs are: i5 3.2 GHz 16 gb RAM Radeon RX 590 (8 gb) And if you really *really* want to look into the guts of it, here is the CPU-Z t
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