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Much better choice than a 1000 series.
For me, this is correct as I have an Intel Wifi module with antennas on my mobo.
Living close to an active railroad is also not very nice. The trains tend to shake the whole house as they go by.
It actually very much is. This build was really pushing the limits of what I could afford, but I've always wanted to do a workstation build and...
I am in process of rebuilding my PC with workstation hardware that can put up quite a fight against Intel's Xeon W series. The parts needed have...
Did you really need to bump?
Thank you for updating this. It is one of my favorite maps. Might even be my favorite.
I liked the AE86 before I even knew it was in Initial D. AE86 for me is Gran Turismo, not Initial D. I just like the shape of it TBH. I also like...
What does the block message say? Post a screenshot of it and I can probably help.
Yeah I'm just as confused as you are.
I really don't think Beam has enough car variety for this to work well.
and I'm telling you how to. You edit the rest of the roads to be just as grippy, and then you have all that you could want. Doing this would...
No, the USB has to be flagged as bootable.
I usually use this to do that. It is free and works well. Unfortunately, you can not do this with a...
5/10 looks annoying
Good news. I did in fact survive the second Covid-19 vaccine shot and had pretty much no side effects from it. I guess I got that part out of the...
Nope. I use a optical mechanical one. I never even knew that buckling springs for usb existed.
It is third party because it isn't the official source.
Yeah, people lately seem to be determined to find and post mods from crappy third party sites.
Beta - Road Grip Editor | BeamNG
Use that to set the friction values of asphalt to that of prepped surface and you'll have all the roads be grippy.