Any 512x512 or 1024x1024 texture pack?

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User Info: awsome_bebe

awsome_bebe
6 years ago#1
title..

I've just overhauled my pc and I'm gonna put it to test by planting 50,000 TNT using MCEdit and detonate all of it on a super HD texture pack. If it dosen't crash, i'll put it on YouTube.

CPU: Intel Core i7 950 3.08GHZ

MOBO: ASUS Rampage 3 Formula

RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR3-1333 [x6] (24gb)

SSD: OCZ Vertex 2 200GB

HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB Enterprise [x2] (2tb)

GPU: EVGA GTX 580 SC/Black Ops [x3] (3-SLI)

ODD:
Pioneer BDRW
Samsung BDROM
Sony DVDRW

Casing: Antec 1200

Cooling:
Thermaltake Frio
Corsair RAM cooler

LAN : TP-Link Gigabit LAN PCIe 1x

Monitor: Dell UltraSharp U3011 30" [x3] (up to 7680 x 1600 resolution (nvidia sorround)..)

PSU: In-Win Commando 1500W

UPS: CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series GreenPower UPS CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W 8 Outlets UPS

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

COST: sorry i forgot..
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User Info: thrashmetal59

thrashmetal59
6 years ago#2
I think there is a 512 pack but idk what its called.
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User Info: Lainge

Lainge
6 years ago#3
Then laugh in the face of those poor souls who have 5-15 fps walking around above surface.
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User Info: 1Mr_Mog

1Mr_Mog
6 years ago#4
You've certainly got the computer specs to handle some big explosions. But I'm pretty sure that at a certain point, it's java and the programing limitations of the game that will make things lag when the explosion goes down, no matter how good your computer is.
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User Info: eco master

eco master
6 years ago#5
...Can I ask what on Earth it is you're doing with 24 GB of RAM on a home computer?
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SPARTAN-034
6 years ago#6
This feels like my d*** is bigger than yours topic. Just saying.
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User Info: Alr3m1

Alr3m1
6 years ago#7
Obvious bragging topic. Move along.

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eco master
6 years ago#8
That's the impression I'm getting, myself. I certainly appreciate the power behind that computer, but my God, I hope you have a practical application for it all.
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User Info: awsome_bebe

awsome_bebe
6 years ago#9

From: 1Mr_Mog | #004
You've certainly got the computer specs to handle some big explosions. But I'm pretty sure that at a certain point, it's java and the programing limitations of the game that will make things lag when the explosion goes down, no matter how good your computer is.


Well that one reason ;)
Another reason is that I want to play Crysis 2 on max settings with 32x AA on 3x30" monitors.

Speaking of Java do you know how to increase the allocated memory of Minecraft?
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User Info: Treason686

Treason686
6 years ago#10
I may be wrong, but I've done some basic Java programming. In order to utilize more memory, the game has to be coded to use it, so there's not really anything you can do.

And it was totally a bragging topic if you put your optical drives and the UPS you're using.
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