Rust creator Garry Newman's computer

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by Cubemmal, May 18, 2014.

  1. Cubemmal macrumors 6502a

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    Garry Newman has created a couple popular games for the PC, Garry's Mod and Rust, see what computer he has ...

    Show Us Your Rig: Rust creator Garry Newman

    A nMP booted into Windows 8.1

    I wonder what he thinks about the old Mac Pro, it looks like a Harley Davidson?

    I have a circular desk with the old Mac Pro facing the new Mac Pro and use them on a regular basis. The old Mac Pro is booted into Windows for when I need it. I rather dread turning it on, because it'll be noisy, will blink the lights and UPS when I hit the power switch, and the case has an intermittent buzz.
     
  2. Pakaku macrumors 68000

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    I've had an interest in building my own PC for a while now. I can't recall how much time and effort I've spent online, looking for just one, single, respectable-looking PC case, with all that effort being wasted in the end. I'll probably resort to designing and building my own. Either way, I could not possibly agree more with Garry's motorcycle comment.

    On the off-chance someone has come across a PC case that looks good, maybe even as good as a new Mac Pro, please show me what I've been missing.
     
  3. andrejkw macrumors newbie

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    He doesn't have to rub it in. What an *******.
     
  4. Umbongo macrumors 601

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    I use and recommend Lian-Li as I feel they have the cleanest look, perhaps just personal preference though.
     
  5. N19h7m4r3 macrumors 65816

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    Yup, this coming from a guy that admitted he/his team don't know how and cannot fix the huge problems Rust in OSX, and Linux were having. In OSX it refused to work at all, unless you literally turned off everything graphical, and lowered rendering and the lot to the lowest settings. Even then it would horribly crash, freeze, and lock up the system.

    It was apparently all out of their hands.
    They ended up getting an external team in to fix everything, and as far as I know those folks are still there. Essentially in house Porting team.

    I can't believe that it's still in the top 5 most sold games on Steam. Despite not even being a full game, and no future direction which Gary has admitted to. It's no longer a Zombie/Apocalypse survival game, and they've changed it, they're just winging it now apparently and raking in the 'dough'.

    If he's got the money though he can buy a super computer for all I care, he should just fix the issues, get a proper design, and idea for the game and get it out. I don't like the idea of people paying Retail price for an Alpha.
     

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