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TRiBot Release 9.301_0 [Performance Increases]

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34 minutes ago, WYD said:

With LG?

I can confirm LG is running a hell of a lot better on my Windows system, haven't bothered trying it out on Linux yet and it's only been running for 5 mins but haven't had any lag, it's finally working as it should. I haven't tired opening another client yet, one problem I did have, the bot wouldn't log in, the login bot started according to the debug but it never did log me in, it clicked on the screen to enter the username and password and then just waited from there, once manually logged in it's been fine. :) 

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Just now, Joux said:

I can confirm LG is running a hell of a lot better on my Windows system, haven't bothered trying it out on Linux yet and it's only been running for 5 mins but haven't had any lag, it's finally working as it should. I haven't tired opening another client yet, one problem I did have, the bot wouldn't log in, the login bot started according to the debug but it never did log me in, it clicked on the screen to enter the username and password and then just waited from there, once manually logged in it's been fine. :) 

I'm buying a SSD for my AMD 8350 Botting PC :-) 

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24 minutes ago, WYD said:

I'm buying a SSD for my AMD 8350 Botting PC :-) 

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Would strongly recommended the Samsung EVO range, they're the best solid states performance wise. Don't think they do anything that small, 32GB. Is that for the primary hard drive for the build? You planning on using Linux as an OS then? 

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Just now, Joux said:

Would strongly recommended the Samsung EVO range, they're the best solid states performance wise. Don't think they do anything that small, 32GB. Is that for the primary hard drive for the build? You planning on using Linux as an OS then? 

This just for my botting PC with 16gb Ram XD and AMD 8350 so it just go to be use for the OS+Tribot+Java

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7 minutes ago, WYD said:

This just for my botting PC with 16gb Ram XD and AMD 8350 so it just go to be use for the OS+Tribot+Java

That's what my build has a FX8350 and 16GB of RAM, planning on doubling the RAM sometime in the near future. Just a heads up, the stock cooler that comes with the 8350 is a load of rubbish, I wouldn't even bother installing it, buy a better cooler before even installing the processor. If you don't mind the noise from a CPU cooler then you'd probably be OK keeping the stock one, but personally I think it is a load of shit

32GB would be fine to install Linux onto however I would of said that it's a bit too small to install Windows 7/8.1/10 onto. From my personal experience, TRiBOT runs a lot better on Windows despite Linux using much less resources and both platforms running the exact same versions of JAVA, but I haven't tested TRiBOT on a more powerful Linux system, it may perform better. You didn't answer my question about which OS you were planning on using. 

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Just now, Joux said:

That's what my build has a FX8350 and 16GB of RAM, planning on doubling the RAM sometime in the near future. Just a heads up, the stock cooler that comes with the 8350 is a load of rubbish, I wouldn't even bother installing it, buy a better cooler before even installing the processor. If you don't mind the noise from a CPU cooler then you'd probably be OK keeping the stock one, but personally I think it is a load of shit

32GB would be fine to install Linux onto however I would of said that it's a bit too small to install Windows 7/8.1/10 onto. From my personal experience, TRiBOT runs a lot better on Windows despite Linux using much less resources and both platforms running the exact same versions of JAVA, but I haven't tested TRiBOT on a more powerful Linux system, it may perform better. You didn't answer my question about which OS you were planning on using. 

I got a liquid cooling i use it just hitting 40c at 100% =D

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Just now, WYD said:

I got a liquid cooling i use it just hitting 40c at 100% =D

I ordered CPU liquid cooler this week, it should be here middle of next week. I get above 70c at 100%, can idle at 65c while gaming. Have added additional fans to help with the air flow which has helped quite a bit, but there is only so much cooling blowing air around a case can do :)

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any news on another update soon? i can't handle this keyboard thing. What's the point of using LG if u can't even use osbuddy. The keyboard won't work at all. has anyone got it working with osbuddy? i can't turn camera or type with keyboard its so frustrating. I have to switch to the tribot client to do that 

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8 hours ago, lets be friends said:

any news on another update soon? i can't handle this keyboard thing. What's the point of using LG if u can't even use osbuddy. The keyboard won't work at all. has anyone got it working with osbuddy? i can't turn camera or type with keyboard its so frustrating. I have to switch to the tribot client to do that 

Here is the link to the client bug report for the error your talking about, I was about to suggest using the tribot client to talk/move but you already know you can do that. 

 

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4 hours ago, JaxRyan said:

Tribot client auto-updates correct?
 

Yeah that's correct, when you first open the client you can check the version your using:

[14:27:54] TRiBot Release 9.301_1 loaded. (1.8.0_77:C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_77\jre)

 

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