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About byteme8bit

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  1. So over this weekend I will be dual booting or attempting to dual boot my friends PS3 with the PS3 OS and Linux Yellow Dog or possibly Ubuntu/Xubuntu. If any of you have done this and can give me a heads up on any possible headaches I may run into? If not I'll let you all know how it goes.
  2. My setup is a 32gb SSD which holds my OS and some misc programs I use frequently. I have a 1TB partitioned into a 400gb for Media (music/videos) 300gb for Games and currently have ~220gb unallocated for future necessary use. I also have a 640gb notebook drive that I have all of my installer files scripts and programs that do not fit onto my 32gb SSD. Having a drive dedicated to your OS prevents the problem of losing games or other programs on crash. I image my SSD every week to have a current back up. I also don't have to reinstall your games each time you reimage your OS. Hope this helps or gives you an idea of another route to take. -Byteme8bit
  3. Hey forum! I'm byteme8bit and I heard about this site from a friend and decided to check it out. I'm currently going to school for A+ ceritification and learning a lot! I'm a collector of all kinds of games from the always enjoyable FPSs to the awesome RTSs and MMOs and RPGs. Anyways I hope to contribute to this site with any knowledge and advice I can and hopefully I can learn a thing or two from you guys/gals at the same time. Thanks for readin my post and I look forward to discussing topics in the future with you! ^.^
  4. If all you are aiming for is a performance increase you can add the "-opengl" switch into your shortcut and it should launch WoW in opengl mode which will give you a performance increase. I hope this helps you out.
  5. not sure if WoW supports Crossfire to enable performance. How do you know it's not working? Are you using the "Display Crossfire Logo when possible" option?