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Hey guys, since no one else (except maybe one person who did a trial) seems to have posted any feedback on Millenium's VPS services and since they've basically copied our plan details, changed them a little, and then claimed to be directly better than us then "higher quality guaranteed," I've gone ahead and ordered their $14.95 per month "Mithril" plan. I'm also going to post a copy of this on the relevant forum(s) on other communities.

So the plan claims:

  • "Servers INSTANTLY available" 
  • 500 Mbps connection (on the thread)
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 70% CPU Power, 2 Core CPU
  • 1-3 Bots Smoothly, Up to 4
First of all, they use a cart system not meant for VPS services, so there's no way instant setup could be configured. I ordered and received no information, and then went on live chat but of course they're offline. They then e-mailed me the VPS information the next day after manually setting it up, but they didn't send me the details on my registered e-mail: they sent it to my PayPal e-mail which I rarely check. So until I finally caught them on chat, I didn't know it was sent there since all the other order e-mails got sent to my registered e-mail. They did however offer me a free upgrade to Windows; I personally prefer the Operating System I selected, but whatever, it's nice of them considering that their host charges more than the cost of the server for a Windows license, but we'll get to that later.
  • Instant Setup? No
Alright, so surely they'll give me what they said. Now, since they didn't install the Operating System I wanted, although again it was nice of them to assume Windows is better and give that to me for free, doing my benchmarks will be slightly different. Now I assume the 500 Mbps speed they advertise is shared across their entire server. Then I pick a server super close to them: possibly even on the same Datacenter which would completely bias this test to their side. Remember however that I'm running the test on this server, so upload speed is what matters. After all, if the server can't "upload" the data to you, then it'll be laggy when you view it. The results are 904.09Mb/s download and 528.28Mb/s upload, so it's as advertised. For reference though, one of our servers located even farther away than our regular servers, with a slower connection overall, gets 515.68Mb/s download and 941.87Mb/s upload. And then there's the fact that on Millenium's VPS we get 28 ping, to the same city, and on ours we get 20 ping when it's much farther away. Remember, though, that we give people only 100 Mbps on our RS1+ plan, but that's so when we have multiple people on a server, if one person decides to hog the internet, they can't. Then the next claim is fairly straighforward to check: it says 2GB RAM on the system settings, and running a CPU check shows that they do give us the 2 cores promised, ish. But thanks to the frequency as well as other information gathered, I'll clarify something later.
  • 500 Mbps connection? Yes; Shared
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM? Yes
  • 2 Core CPU? Maybe
Now to test the 70% CPU, 1-3 smooth, up to 4 claim. I hop on Runescape 3 and the usage jumps around a lot: this is normal. But then I get it finally loaded and turn the settings all the way down, and it jumps around a lot... goes from around 20% to 50% usage, with an average of 33.525% over 100 seconds of idling on the RS starting area... and then the screen goes black on RS (http://i.imgur.com/A19nMfX.png), but it's still running (I think) and using CPU. Now, when we check the CPU on our server, on the RS1+ plan which promises 60% power, it's 1020MHz. Hey... that looks like a familiar number. 1020/3400 = 30. Times 2 cores = 60% CPU power. Let's run a benchmark on both plans. The first search result that looks like a Linux and Windows Benchmark is called Geekbench 3. The results: 1081 on our server and 4368 on theirs. Woah woah. Now, remember the part where the CPU was jumping all around? Or the part where I mentioned that it said 2 cores and I'll clarify something? It's 2 vCores on an E5-1650, which is 12 vCores total at 3.2GHz. The E5-1650 has a Geekbench score of 17323. 17323/4368 is equal awfully close to 4. While Runescape was loading, the CPU usage went from the extremes of about 12% to 96% CPU. And the average was 33% idling. Now it's important to note that they're using Xen HVM virtualization, with Windows. This means that they can make however many vCores shared under the number of sockets. This results in it saying we have 2 processors, not 2 cores specifically. So to wrap it all up, we're actually getting 1/4 the entire CPU's power which sounds terrific but it's important to remember that this isn't so terrific since I'm writing this at 5AM. Once people actually start using the server, or if Millenium ever gets more customers, this means that I'm sharing the 1/4th CPU with god knows how many people. It already fluctuates a lot, who knows how much I'll get. But the question we want to answer is:
  • 70% CPU Power? 3 Bots? No
So even though we have a 1/4 shared chunk of the entire server's CPU at about 5-6AM, we're getting an average of 33% idling so there's no way we're going to run anything other than an autotyper. By the way, if we did actually have a full chunk or even 2 vCores, or 1/6th of the server's CPU, our usage should have been closer to 15%. Something else interesting to note. The server being used is is an older-version edition Intel Xeon E5-1650 with 64GB RAM. Also, IP addresses with the host they use cost $3. The CPU's Geekbench score is 17323. We use E3-1240v3 CPU's with 16GB RAM. Our CPU's Geekbench score is 13034. Or if you don't care about Geekbench, we can use CPU Mark. Their score is 11646 and ours is 9722. So we can agree that their CPU is about 20-30% faster, but they also have 400% more RAM, and most likely less than our standard minimum of 39 IPs per server, which is a bad formula. That means the overall CPU to RAM ratio is lower, and since they're charged $3 per IP setup fee, they probably don't switch out IPs and again, they probably don't even have that many to switch out. Especially when he's giving 2 hour trials, who knows how many people have used one IP.

 

By the way, thank you so much for the free Windows. Your host charges $179.00 /month for it, I'm sure I have a legit...

 

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Oh, well thanks for the "free" upgrade to the option you charge $5 people for when you're just pirating. At the very best Millenium VPS is like any other host, where they just give you an undisclosed amount of CPU that's shared with however many people with no regards to what they actually promised, in which you get an unsteady level of service. At the worst, they pretty much lied about everything, and sharing everything this widely will surely lead to them being a terrible host during peak hours, when your IP gets banned, with a bunch of loaded claims. I would run further tests in the afternoon but I'm not going to use the service anymore after discovering the invalid Windows license.

 

Feel free to give an explanation, but overall summary:

  • The server wasn't set up instantly. My order date is 10/29/2014 and the "Complete" date is 10/31/2014 on their site.
  • I received the wrong OS as an "upgrade" which turned out to be a pirated version of Windows
  • Instead of receiving 2 cores at 70% I received what seems to be about 3 cores, but shared in an unreliable manner
  • Idling on RS the CPU usage was at 33%, anywhere from 12% and 96% or 20% and 50% when stabilized
  • The connection speed was indeed 500 Mbps, but again, this is during off-peak hours and it means it's again fully shared
  • The only thing I'm sure of is the 2GB RAM since their server is loaded with 64GB RAM 
Maybe start out by not trying to copy our plans and focus more on refining your own the way that's optimal for you. For example, possibly better segment off resources, either purchase a Windows license or just offer Linux, and then let customers know exactly what they're purchasing. You'd think four years of managing hosting solutions, as you claim, would have made you realize what you're doing is deceptive.

(edit) Fixed URL formatting for TRiBot

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Hey guys, since no one else (except maybe one person who did a trial) seems to have posted any feedback on Millenium's VPS services and since they've basically copied our plan details, changed them a little, and then claimed to be directly better than us then "higher quality guaranteed," I've gone ahead and ordered their $14.95 per month "Mithril" plan. I'm also going to post a copy of this on the relevant forum(s) on other communities.

So the plan claims:

  • "Servers INSTANTLY available" 
  • 500 Mbps connection (on the thread)
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 70% CPU Power, 2 Core CPU
  • 1-3 Bots Smoothly, Up to 4
First of all, they use a cart system not meant for VPS services, so there's no way instant setup could be configured. I ordered and received no information, and then went on live chat but of course they're offline. They then e-mailed me the VPS information the next day after manually setting it up, but they didn't send me the details on my registered e-mail: they sent it to my PayPal e-mail which I rarely check. So until I finally caught them on chat, I didn't know it was sent there since all the other order e-mails got sent to my registered e-mail. They did however offer me a free upgrade to Windows; I personally prefer the Operating System I selected, but whatever, it's nice of them considering that their host charges more than the cost of the server for a Windows license, but we'll get to that later.
  • Instant Setup? No
Alright, so surely they'll give me what they said. Now, since they didn't install the Operating System I wanted, although again it was nice of them to assume Windows is better and give that to me for free, doing my benchmarks will be slightly different. Now I assume the 500 Mbps speed they advertise is shared across their entire server. Then I pick a server super close to them: possibly even on the same Datacenter which would completely bias this test to their side. Remember however that I'm running the test on this server, so upload speed is what matters. After all, if the server can't "upload" the data to you, then it'll be laggy when you view it. The results are 904.09Mb/s download and 528.28Mb/s upload, so it's as advertised. For reference though, one of our servers located even farther away than our regular servers, with a slower connection overall, gets 515.68Mb/s download and 941.87Mb/s upload. And then there's the fact that on Millenium's VPS we get 28 ping, to the same city, and on ours we get 20 ping when it's much farther away. Remember, though, that we give people only 100 Mbps on our RS1+ plan, but that's so when we have multiple people on a server, if one person decides to hog the internet, they can't. Then the next claim is fairly straighforward to check: it says 2GB RAM on the system settings, and running a CPU check shows that they do give us the 2 cores promised, ish. But thanks to the frequency as well as other information gathered, I'll clarify something later.
  • 500 Mbps connection? Yes; Shared
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM? Yes
  • 2 Core CPU? Maybe
Now to test the 70% CPU, 1-3 smooth, up to 4 claim. I hop on Runescape 3 and the usage jumps around a lot: this is normal. But then I get it finally loaded and turn the settings all the way down, and it jumps around a lot... goes from around 20% to 50% usage, with an average of 33.525% over 100 seconds of idling on the RS starting area... and then the screen goes black on RS (http://i.imgur.com/A19nMfX.png), but it's still running (I think) and using CPU. Now, when we check the CPU on our server, on the RS1+ plan which promises 60% power, it's 1020MHz. Hey... that looks like a familiar number. 1020/3400 = 30. Times 2 cores = 60% CPU power. Let's run a benchmark on both plans. The first search result that looks like a Linux and Windows Benchmark is called Geekbench 3. The results: 1081 on our server and 4368 on theirs. Woah woah. Now, remember the part where the CPU was jumping all around? Or the part where I mentioned that it said 2 cores and I'll clarify something? It's 2 vCores on an E5-1650, which is 12 vCores total at 3.2GHz. The E5-1650 has a Geekbench score of 17323. 17323/4368 is equal awfully close to 4. While Runescape was loading, the CPU usage went from the extremes of about 12% to 96% CPU. And the average was 33% idling. Now it's important to note that they're using Xen HVM virtualization, with Windows. This means that they can make however many vCores shared under the number of sockets. This results in it saying we have 2 processors, not 2 cores specifically. So to wrap it all up, we're actually getting 1/4 the entire CPU's power which sounds terrific but it's important to remember that this isn't so terrific since I'm writing this at 5AM. Once people actually start using the server, or if Millenium ever gets more customers, this means that I'm sharing the 1/4th CPU with god knows how many people. It already fluctuates a lot, who knows how much I'll get. But the question we want to answer is:
  • 70% CPU Power? 3 Bots? No
So even though we have a 1/4 shared chunk of the entire server's CPU at about 5-6AM, we're getting an average of 33% idling so there's no way we're going to run anything other than an autotyper. By the way, if we did actually have a full chunk or even 2 vCores, or 1/6th of the server's CPU, our usage should have been closer to 15%. Something else interesting to note. The server being used is is an older-version edition Intel Xeon E5-1650 with 64GB RAM. Also, IP addresses with the host they use cost $3. The CPU's Geekbench score is 17323. We use E3-1240v3 CPU's with 16GB RAM. Our CPU's Geekbench score is 13034. Or if you don't care about Geekbench, we can use CPU Mark. Their score is 11646 and ours is 9722. So we can agree that their CPU is about 20-30% faster, but they also have 400% more RAM, and most likely less than our standard minimum of 39 IPs per server, which is a bad formula. That means the overall CPU to RAM ratio is lower, and since they're charged $3 per IP setup fee, they probably don't switch out IPs and again, they probably don't even have that many to switch out. Especially when he's giving 2 hour trials, who knows how many people have used one IP.

 

By the way, thank you so much for the free Windows. Your host charges $179.00 /month for it, I'm sure I have a legit...

 

a0fd916c79.png

 

 

33e9c0fd9e.png

 

ea4b3fed97.png

 

Oh, well thanks for the "free" upgrade to the option you charge $5 people for when you're just pirating. At the very best Millenium VPS is like any other host, where they just give you an undisclosed amount of CPU that's shared with however many people with no regards to what they actually promised, in which you get an unsteady level of service. At the worst, they pretty much lied about everything, and sharing everything this widely will surely lead to them being a terrible host during peak hours, when your IP gets banned, with a bunch of loaded claims. I would run further tests in the afternoon but I'm not going to use the service anymore after discovering the invalid Windows license.

 

Feel free to give an explanation, but overall summary:

  • The server wasn't set up instantly. My order date is 10/29/2014 and the "Complete" date is 10/31/2014 on their site.
  • I received the wrong OS as an "upgrade" which turned out to be a pirated version of Windows
  • Instead of receiving 2 cores at 70% I received what seems to be about 3 cores, but shared in an unreliable manner
  • Idling on RS the CPU usage was at 33%, anywhere from 12% and 96% or 20% and 50% when stabilized
  • The connection speed was indeed 500 Mbps, but again, this is during off-peak hours and it means it's again fully shared
  • The only thing I'm sure of is the 2GB RAM since their server is loaded with 64GB RAM 
Maybe start out by not trying to copy our plans and focus more on refining your own the way that's optimal for you. For example, possibly better segment off resources, either purchase a Windows license or just offer Linux, and then let customers know exactly what they're purchasing. You'd think four years of managing hosting solutions, as you claim, would have made you realize what you're doing is deceptive.

(edit) Fixed URL formatting for TRiBot

 

 

 

All the CPU, RAM and Internet speeds stated are correct. We ran test on a maxed out server with split CPU and it returned roughly the same results you got when the server was full. The reason you got a result close to 4 is 2 cores dedicated is the same as having 4vCPU. 

We were using a windows license through a third party and have contacted them about the issue your experiencing as I'm sure you know you cannot purchase licences from Microsoft for the 2008 server anymore.

The CPU is disclosed. The original reason there was a short period where we advertised a higher quality than your servers specifically, was because we have currently 6 customers that claimed to have VPS Gamers packages that were laggy and unusable and complemented the services we offered them.

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All the CPU, RAM and Internet speeds stated are correct. We ran test on a maxed out server with split CPU and it returned roughly the same results you got when the server was full.

I'm not sure if you think you can just ignore what I presented, but you definitely are not offering 70% anything. I never disagreed with the RAM or network speed so let's get that straight. I don't understand what you mean by your "maxed out server with split CPU" getting the same results as me "when the server was full." But please do show me how you allocate 70% CPU on Xen HVM. I'm sure hosts would love to know how it's mathematically possible to give 70% in any way you describe it, whether it be 70% of one core, 70% total two cores (35% each) or 70% total across the 4 vCores (17.5% each) or even 70% per core, aka 140% and 280%, or 70% of all 6 cores, or 420%/840% vCores, when your Xen goes by a minimum of 1 vCore per VPS.

 

The reason you got a result close to 4 is 2 cores dedicated is the same as having 4vCPU.

You're also not offering 4 vCores or 2 full cores, you're offering 3 vCores if we want to get technical, since the benchmark represents 1/4th the server's power, and it has a total of 12 vCores. Unless 12/4 equals 4, I don't see how you're assigning 4 vCores. So are you saying you're offering 2 cores dedicated? Is that really what you're going to go with after everything I've said? So on a server with a 6 core CPU, you're offering 2 cores dedicated for $14.95, or basically a third of the server's CPU? If you're offering 4 vCores as you say, then please explain why RS uses 20-50% CPU when "stable" on as much power as a mid to high tier CPU in a gaming PC. Unless it's exactly what I've said or close to what I've said, which is that about 1/4th the server's entire resources are available to one VPS and these resources are therefore shared across multiple people in an unorganized fashion.

 

We were using a windows license through a third party and have contacted them about the issue your experiencing as I'm sure you know you cannot purchase licences from Microsoft for the 2008 server anymore.

I'm also sure you also know that the only legal way to obtain Server 2008 is through a Microsoft Partner with a Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement, in which case would be your service provider, or your host, who legally sells it for $139/M. There's no other means you can purchase said license legally. Renting out a license is strictly prohibited. Only your host can license the server for use by you. And the provider is responsible for activating the license.

You're unfortunately in a situation where you broke Microsoft's ToS either way and when the third party who you illegally purchased the license(s) from gave you the licenses, you should have activated it and noticed that the VPS is blocking connection to Microsoft's license server and they're not even Volume licenses, they're per-VPS. Oh wait, that means that the person who manually set up the VPS must have basically used a method of bypassing activation for the invalid license. Who will you blame next?

 

The CPU is disclosed.

If we're talking about disclosingthe CPU, the only words I've seen you use is "Super High Quality CPUs" and "Newest Xeon CPU" but I didn't even bring this up. Why would you bring up another lie?

 

The original reason there was a short period where we advertised a higher quality than your servers specifically, was because we have currently 6 customers that claimed to have VPS Gamers packages that were laggy and unusable and complemented the services we offered them.

I have yet to see one of your VPS customers even post on your thread with feedback. I don't understand why my customers would come to you about their VPSGamers plan being laggy and unusable when they can contact us and either get it fixed or a refund. You don't have to give me specific numbers like 6. Just have one of them actually prove this or even post a review.

So you've basically failed to address what you thought you addressed, and you've also ignored some things such as not having the proper IP setup, claiming instant setup, or the fact that if our benchmarks "matched" in whatever weird way you explained, that you agreed that 33% idle usage on RS is within expectations when you guarantee 1-3 smooth bots and up to 4. Then there's other things I didn't even bother getting into, such as how you calculated 70% CPU power in the $14.95 plan to run 1-3 bots smoothly, and then 80% or about a 15% increase run 3-5, which is 3 times to 1.5+ times more with just a 15% increase in power.

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(edit) Either get your lies straight or figure out what you're selling.

 

I have E5-1650v2 64/128GB servers atm with 480GB SSD, but I require 25GB/VPS minimum for my current setup

Right now I pay --- for a 32GB E5 server.

70% CPU Power

2 cores dedicated ... the same as having 4vCPU

The CPU is disclosed.

The server is 8 cores / 12 threads.

We have a higher CPU to RAM ratio

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      The script can also Combo alch, meaning it will cast the high alchemy spell after using another spell to recieve rapid XP.
      It can combo alch with the following spells:
      Combat / Alch - E.G Fire surge & Alch at the same time Curse / Alch - From curse up to stun it's all supported. Earn up to 180K XP/Hour Teleport / Alch - Very fast XP.  4. Purchase info and script trial info:
      Packages:
      Free Trial
      Instance count: 1
      Duration: 10 Hours per month
      $10 Package:
      Instance count: 4
      Duration: 1 month
      $20 Package:
      Instance count: 10
      Duration: 1 month
      $30 Package:
      Instance count: 20
      Duration: 1 month
      $50 Package:
      Instance count: 50
      Duration: 1 month
      All packages include:
      VIP is not required to run the script
      The ability to train all of combat and magic effortlessly and safely for the duration of your subscription.
      Complete customer support via discord and the TRiBot forums
       
      To purchase the script or activate your free trial, click the image below:
      TRiBot Repository | Optimus Combat & Magic

       
      5. Testimonials:

       
      6. Gallery:
      Killing 15,000 abyssal demons and getting over 26 whips on one account.














    • By Heroinkid
      Hi I got a proxy server from Virmach. I cannot seem to get Tribot to connect to it. I have gotten a 3rd party internet browser called Maxthus to get it to work so I don't think that its the server that's not working. Yes I have VIP-E as well. Please help thanks!

    • By lawjestaw
      !!Huge SALE for the next 48 Hour!!
      Welcome to Tribot's RDP & VPS Store

      Here you can get High Quality and Cheap RDP for 1 month 
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      PM me on Tribot
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      Accepting OS GP ($0.5/m), Skrill, Crypto (coinbase), PayPal (friends/family/gift), Venmo
      prices are for 30 days
      Residential Proxies are $15 each
      Discord (preferred): ash#2176
      Skype: dboltertemp
       
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    • By reese33
      looking for site that sells unflagged / no prior use proxies 
       
      preferably cheap
       
      if someone has commented already a site, please comment the one you use/know of (if willing to share)!
       
      thanks, 
      reese
    • By itgottti
      I've written down almost everything in half machine language and a logic syntax so it will be easier to code it for you.
      It contains things like:
      - Checking specific Items in Bank if available
      - Withdrawing x items
      - Combining x and y item
      - Once done, sell item on GE for Price P (selected in GUI)
      - Check if sell Order done (if not lower price P by P% (selected in GUI)
      - Redo
      - Calculate max equal amount of item x and y you could buy (with prices set before in the GUI)
      - Try to Buy each item
      - Check if Order is finished
      - Else increase price N by % (set in GUI)
      start over again.
       
      As i said i wrote it down even more in detail that will be handed to the person willing to script this for me
      Add me on discord: deua#1132
    • By Fluffee
      Creating this thread to provide an easy way for me to link new users to my tutorials, as well as have them all in my Signature, without making it obnoxious.
      -- Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting Series --
      -- General Tutorials --
      -- AutoHotKey Releases --
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    • Hello everyone,

      Last week we tried to roll out Auth0 Login, but we lost that battle. Now it's time to win the war!

      Important changes

      When logging into the client, you'll now have to enter your Auth0 account credentials instead of your forums credentials

      Note: 2FA is still handled through your forums account (for the time being)



      Changes for existing users

      You'll have to link your Auth0 account to your forums account here: https://tribot.org/forums/settings/login/?service=11


      Auth0 accounts have been created for most existing users. Please use your forums email address and password to login.



      Important notes

      Make sure to verify your email address upon creating a new Auth0 account


      When we mention your Auth0 account, we mean your account used for auth.tribot.org as displayed below
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    • To better support the upcoming changes (TRiBot X, new repository), we're switching our login handler to Auth0. Instead of logging in with the standard form, you'll now be required to login through our Auth0 application.

      All existing accounts which have been used within approximately the past year have been imported into Auth0 using the same email and password combination which has been stored on the forums.

      What does this mean for users?

      Your account credentials are now even more securely stored


      You'll be able to login via Facebook, Google, and others in the future


      Is there anything users have to do differently now?

      Existing users: You'll have to login with the standard login, open your Account Settings, then link your Auth0 account


      New users: You'll be redirected to our Auth0 app (auth.tribot.org) where you'll be able to create an account


      Why was this change made?

      The new apps we are creating (such as the new repository) aren't able to use the forums to handle user logins


      To centralize all user accounts in one area


      To ensure that the client login doesn't go down when the forums are having problems


      To speed up our development


      Other considerations

      There's no documentation or official support for using Invision Community combined with Auth0, so there are still a few kinks we're working out


      We're in the works of creating an account management panel specifically for Auth0 accounts (ETA August)


      It's not possible to change email addresses for the time being (this will be resolved this August)


      Changing passwords is a weird process for the time being. To change your password, you'll have to use the "Don't remember your password" tool on the Auth0 login page
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    • Over the past month, we've been working hard on TRiBot's new repository - a much needed update. This change has been deemed necessary for TRiBot X, and will allow us to really speed up development of all aspects of TRiBot.

      Today we are going to share what we've been working on!


      Now you must be wondering what kind of features the new repository will have.... well, you'll have to be patient for a little while longer. We're still figuring out various technical aspects so we can't provide answers to all possible questions. We're also focusing on development rather than writing about it so that everyone can get access to our latest developments at lightning speed. I will however answer a few users' questions.

      We're planning on a release of this early to mid August, giving users some goodies before TRiBot X's release.

      Thank you all for being patient. I hope everyone is excited as much as I am!
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    • Over the past few months, I’ve been working diligently on a new project - TRiBot X. Everything has been written from the ground up, with all of the best practices of software engineering. Every aspect of TRiBot has been re-imagined to support three main goals: flexibility, useability, and reliability.
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    • Come give us feedback on the next version of TRiBot!
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