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Sep 9, 2012Collinw24 posted a message on The Largest Cactus Farm Known To Exist [Now With Download]I've recently built a new computer, and it's significantly better than the one I produced this one on. So I'm planning to get started on a new farm. The new goal is going to be 1,000,000 cactus a hour. Yes, that's right. A million cactus an hour. Be sure to stay tuned to see how it goes!Posted in: Maps
Sep 9, 2012Collinw24 posted a message on i think jeb is trying to make us play a certain wayXP is not like a resource you are supposed to get in the game, it's experience. You're supposed to get it from killing mobs and mining. Building these grinders makes it seem like you're farming XP, not actually gaining experience. Now, I will admit, that when the highest enchant was level 50, it was very difficult to get through just hunting, but with the change of it only being level 30, it's very practical to go out for a few nights and get to level 30. I just feel that it should in no way be where you AFK at a spawner for 10 minutes, or run around an enderman farm for a few seconds. The XP is about killing, not grinding, so it should be dealt with as such.Posted in: Survival Mode
Sep 9, 2012Collinw24 posted a message on The Largest Cactus Farm Known To Exist [Now With Download]Posted in: MapsQuote from epicpineappless
hey i was wondering if you could tell me how many cacti this actually makes, and also
7500 x 48 = 360000. not quite 500000 there
(i dont like math errors)
It's 7500 x 48 x 2 because there are 2 separate farms that both run to the same point.
Sep 3, 2012Posted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from CraftNinja2011
Because it's better on your energy bills. Most monitors will not even display faster than 60FPS, so some cards automatically set to VSync to save on energy usage for your Video Card.
I know for a fact that I've got a 120 Hertz monitor, so I'd really like to see Minecraft getting at least that, and if it is the card that's causing the vsync, why did it just start doing it now?
Sep 3, 2012Collinw24 posted a message on What is something you are not looking forward towards the 1.8 update?Everything.Posted in: MCX360: Discussion
Less sword damage
Rotten flesh instead of feathers
Did I mention I hate the Post 1.7.3 Terrain?
Sep 3, 2012Collinw24 posted a message on CraftingNations - A Small, Whitelisted, 100% Vanilla Minecraft SMP Server.Posted in: PC ServersQuote from MrGantoe
I must agree seeing as how we've been through so much. I still have connections with people like Vsep and Firetay from back in the old days and can get them on the server too. We're decent builders and old friends but if you'd like us to write applications to keep things fair i've got no problem with it.
I'd be happy to read over the applications if you guys want to post them.
Sep 3, 2012Posted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from Precision_
Minecraft is a 16 pixel game it doesn't need a 7970 in crossfire, nor does it need such a powerful CPU. When you open minecraft it may be switching to your integrated graphics as minecraft doesn't need that much power. You could try checking if that is the problem.
Well, my motherboard doesn't even support on-board graphics so that's basically impossible.
After a little playing around, I think I've found the problem. I think it's the gpu settings, something about it is wanting to default to 60fps in everything, basically. Anyone have any idea why AMD Catalyst would want to default to vsync?
Sep 3, 2012Posted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from jokb235
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.66GHz
Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 260 x2 (SLI)
HDD: 500 GB x2
RAM: 8 GB
The 260's are older cards, and Minecraft doesn't benefit from SLI or Crossfire, but with those cards you shouldn't have any fps issues at all.
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