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  1. Maybe Mens, Womens, 7s, Away, Training....etc
  2. They arent bad and different from the usual ideas. However the collar one is horrible.
  3. That hurt. Not that we were beaten by England but the manner in which we performed. Some serious questions to be asked of the "old guard" players here. Final wkend will be interesting. However England v Wales takes on a whole new level next round..loser is totally out of the running.
  4. That was a hugely impressive improvement in performance from Ireland, but think it was coupled with what Matt said a shakey wales performance. Only saw glimpse of it. G.North seems off it completely?? Didnt see any of the Calcutta, thankfully by sounds of it. I'll enjoy seeing what France turn up tomorrow and if they can keep the consistency.
  5. Yeah saw that. Glasgow fans I'm sure chomping at the bit that they get a chance, even against Leinster.
  6. It will be a tough game for England away, but with the way that Scotland played v Ireland it will play into Englands "bosh" type of game. I cant see Ireland overturning England in Twick either and this as an Irish supporter. No grand slam for anyone and Wales to win the tournament
  7. Did I not hear that Blizz were hard banning ppl for doing that?
  8. I really shouldnt have read this thread, it brings back good memories and makes me wana go back to Vanilla, haven't played since WotLK
  9. Agreed on this, they can then roll out the free version to the limited markets that are only available now, then later rollout free to ALL.
  10. It was an interesting point I was discussing with some work buddies (I work as a consultant for ISPs). This is something we instantly thought about and how it would effect the ISPs current infrastructure. All well and good you need between say 15 - 60megs bandwidth, but you are now asking an ISP to allow you a 1Tb cap per month if you want to do 4k streaming. We came to the conclusion that it depends on where the ISP see's their own bottleneck and cost per mb/gb/tb. If the likes of Virgin Media BT etc are sitting on their own under utilisied infrastructure links then they dont need to worry about that, they've invested in future planning and here are the rewards. They do however have to think about the cost of Transit with a Level 1 or 2 provider globally to get the traffic off their network and into the Google Data Center. Maybe they will be lucky and peer with Google Directly or via a national exchange, INEX or LINX and the cost wouldnt be that much, however if smaller ISPs need to hand off this 1tb stadia traffic to the likes of VM, BT, AT&T, Verizon thats going to start costing them a small fortune.
  11. I would say that its the way its worded is factually correct. The latency between the streaming server you are running your stream on and the game server itself will not have worse latency. e.g The Stadia Server you run your stream from communicating with Bungies Destiny 2 server will be minimal. Therefore they can make that bold claim. However, like you Im super skeptical about the latency between your controller in sitting room and the Stadia server.
  12. Rattlehead.ie


    You wonder at times is this us, the user, seeing the disadvantage of "online" and digital download medium. Companies have deadlines and deliver these unfinished games, in the hope they have done enough to see users stick around for a "day one" patch or further patching down the line. Least Valve are taking their time to complete a bug-free HL3
  13. Rattlehead.ie


    Id love too, if I knew I could get that D1 feeling with MUKkers again, but holding off till I know it could deliver on it.
  14. Rattlehead.ie


    Smell my cheese you mother.
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