hello i was using this mod on update 1.41 and recently i reinstall it but it is compatible only with 1.43my question is how can i update my game (pirated) / if no where can i download the game with vresion 1.43
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One thing I often hear when it comes to our gaming coverage is that our readers want us to devote more time to PC gaming. Who can blame you Ars Technica's earliest days saw you guys obsessing with squeezing every frame possible from the epic Abit BH6 or some 3dfx silicon. My own roots are in PC gaming, too. The point is, PC gaming should always have a strong focus here, and today we're pleased to say that we're strengthening it. It's the right time!
The purpose of this post is twofold. In a moment, we're going to introduce our new standardized game testing rig. But before that, a brief word about what we're going to play and review. The truth is, you don't need an amazing PC to play great PC games. We'll continue to review games of all sorts, at all price levels. But the greatest thing about PC gaming is, in our view, the eye candy. Sure, PC games often have better mods than their console counter parts, but we're really smitten with pushing games to their limit at 1920x1200 and beyond. For that, we needed a new PC.
Rather than build our own, this time we reached out to Velocity Micro and asked them to put together a machine that would be modest, but awesome. Modestly awesome, if you will. The result was a slightly modified Edge Z55, the details of which I've posted below. I've had it for about a week, and I love it. Why Velocity Micro We have more than one satisfied customer on staff, so we called someone we trust. The machine will go back to Velocity Micro when we are finished with it, and no money has exchanged hands. Now, let's look at the rig:
The specs only tell half the story in this case. The aluminum case is attractive without being overly flashy, and the fans are nearly silent, even when playing games that are putting heavy pressure on the machine. The internals are clean, and the wiring is everything you'd want from a boutique computer. The SSDs keep everything snappy and responsive. This is a machine that chews through all the modern games with ease, and is more than ready for what's coming down the line. And that was the point: pick one machine and stick with it for many moons. 1e1e36bf2d