Zero Punctuation Reviews Crysis

"Well it kind of relates to OC3D....OK, so I just thought it was worth a watch!...check out Zero Punctuations Crysis review inside!"

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We watch reviews and stuff and don't mention it you our readers but Zero Punctuation is just so funny you must check his stuff out, if you haven't already. Hell if you're into gaming you've probably heard of him by now but seeing as Crysis is still bringing our uber awesome pwnage gaming machines to their knees, I thought this episode was worth a mention here.
 
 
Check the review out in all it's glory above, and don't forget to check out his own personal web-space Fully Ramblomatic where he rambles on about loads of stuff, in a British sounding tirade....but in text. You can't beat English humour*
 
Chuckle along over in the forums
 
*This view is that of the author of this news article and not necessarily that of Overclock3D LTD, even though he co-owns it.....
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19-01-2008, 06:16:32

realitybytes
Have you tried changing the channel?

EDIT: check your laptop aswell it might have some power saving options and signal strength options.

19-01-2008, 06:35:56

Thunderer
I do not know how to change the channel :(

With regards to the laptop, I set the High Performance and the wifi connection should be the strongest possible. So I think that the prob is not the laptop.

19-01-2008, 06:50:44

realitybytes
Within the router administration usually under settings you will find "Channel" most cases it has the option to select 1 through to 11. It is worth working your way through the channels to see if that improves any.

19-01-2008, 07:21:24

Thunderer
But where exaclty do I have to go to enter the router administration?

Sry about those questions, but I am not that technical aobut modems & routers :(

19-01-2008, 16:23:32

Rastalovich
On most things u simply open up ur favorite browser and enter 192.168.1.1, does usually need a password, which is often `admin` with no login name.

20-01-2008, 02:24:30

realitybytes
Linksys is most likely 192.168.1.1 as said above but you will more than likely need to use an ethernet wire connected to port 1 of the switch to be able to access it.

To confirm you can check your default gateway once you are assigned an ip this will be the ip you put in your web browser to access the administration panel.

Start > Run > type cmd enter

ipconfig enter

look for the IP next to default gateway.

20-01-2008, 06:05:16

deathwish
the default ip address is usualy on the bottem of the router

20-01-2008, 07:34:37

Thunderer

Within the router administration usually under settings you will find "Channel" most cases it has the option to select 1 through to 11. It is worth working your way through the channels to see if that improves any.



Ok, so I managed and found the channel thing. Now I do not which is the best option. It is set on 6 if that might help you.

20-01-2008, 07:38:14

realitybytes
Just start at 1 and apply. Test to see if the signal improves if not move on to 2 and apply and so on.............

20-01-2008, 07:40:33

realitybytes
Double posted please delete!
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