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Assalaammualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakkatu.

Greetings to all readers.

Okay... After a month of storage, finally i can get my Geo Force GTX-750 VGA up and running. It'll be helpful to add moar rendering capacity to my machine, so i can render more complex scene. Hmm all i may need now is additional RAM and perhaps new x64 OS to make use of it.

It has around twice the number of CUDA cores than my unfortunate GTX-560 card which died not too long ago. So it'll be quite helpful for Cycles render engine i guess.

Anyway, anybody have tips about VGA card maintenance ? Especially for tropical area where the surrounding air is already hot and i were not able to afford additional fans or water cooler.  My house's electricity is also quite unstable, we recently had cable work to replace loose cabling BUT not before repeated breakdown where power suddenly out and well kill my PC too. Is Stabilizer really required ?

That's all for now :3 Hope everything will be better later.



Wassalaammualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakkatu.

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Stealthflanker
Dhimas Afihandarin
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Indonesia
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Wolfie71 Featured By Owner 2 hours ago
wakakakakak we all did :3
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner 5 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wah..sayangnya..ane harus mengakui kalau Oppai itu indah :3
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myname1z4xs Featured By Owner 12 hours ago
exactly tit=powaa :la:
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Wolfie71 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Om, itu kontras banget gw baca profil awalnya Assalamualaikum.

Geser bawah dikit liat bawah, jreng Oppai semua, ngakak langsung awkaakkakaakak
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
powaaah Nuu 
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myname1z4xs Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014
Breast R Power :la:
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Actually, if I remember correctly, Russia tested a couple ICBM's around with HE warheads in last a couple years... Bulava, maybe?
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Halo gan :3
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hmmm maybe.
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n00bmodders Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Student Interface Designer
greetings fellow indonesian!
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
But I think it wouldn't hurt to see TBM's with inert (HE) warheads tested in excerises. :D
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hahaha ya. Just glad it never happened. :3
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Maybe a day? ;P Faggots, they were so close to destroy the world 20 or more times over.
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If nukes involved anyway.. i doubt it would even take 6 months.
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well according to the scientists they had some advantages but they weren't equipped to sustain a long war; after 6 months of fighting, WARPACT would have collapsed on its own belly because of the depletion of military arsenal.
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm i wonder. Kinda hard to see, nonetheless before the INF treaty, Warpac have clear options in number of nuclear weapons in shape of ballistic missiles.
So when shooting starts warpac nations may have slight advantages in number of weapons.
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, there could be some execptions about the "defence chain" system, but like I said, the deeper you go into Iron Curtain the more advanced systems you encounter.

Now, the last question. Would the WARPACT prevail after an all-out war in Europe? (Nuclears included, but only TBM ones.)
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well i'll keep those for guarding the motherland. MiG-25PD, PDS and MiG-31 as well as Gorgon/Gazzelle are strategic assets.

Hmm and basically yes, the deeper the Iron curtain the more advanced the syste,. The Soviet was equipping Warpac client states with earlier stuff while latest systems will be used to protect Moscow or strategic asset inside Soviet.
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, thank you very much.

But I'm a little sad because you didn't include real ABM's like A-35. And some "legends" like MiG-25PD and Tu-128M.

Also, I was thinking that a series of "defence chains", covering East Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Baltic States. The deeper the potential enemy goes in, the more advanced systems they will encounter. For instance, German airspace would be covered by MiG-23M/MiG-21PFM and S-75 systems, whereas Poland would be covered by S-200/2K11 Krug and MiG-23ML/MiG-29 obr. 9.12 systems.
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for following me for..wow that's lot of time. Thanks a lot.

Hmm i might give info on hardware but i'm not really familiar with how Warpact will organize their asset. But anyway.

In mid 1980's The main warpact air defense shield against possible NATO incursions would be the the S-300V Which will protect Warpact (Especially Soviet army) against the Tomahawk GLCM and the Pershing ballistic missile.

Another army system to handle ballistic missile would be the 9K81 Krug (SA-4 Ganef)

There are also numbers of S-200VE with 250 Km range mainly to engage NATO bomber like B-52 or strategic aircrafts like E-3 Sentry, these long range system will be protected from air attack by shorter ranging S-75 (SA-2) and S-125 (SA-3) Against enemy aircraft.

There are also S-300PS (SA-10B Grumble) and Semi-mobile S-300PT (SA-10A) This will provide protection against aircraft.

For medium-short range asset, aside from S-75 and S-125 there will still be lot of "Kub" (SA-6 Gainful) Providing highly mobile medium-short range air defense, it will be supplanted with newer 9K71 "Buk" Or SA-11 gadfly.

Shorter and low altitude coverage will be provided by Strela family (SA-9 gaskin) Along with Tunguska to snuff out possible NATO A-10 and AH-64A Helicopter assault. More sophisticated defenses against cruise missile and even guided bomb is provided by Tor (SA-15 Gauntlet) System.

For air asset, the main warpact asset in Eastern europe would be MiG-29 family and numbers of legacy aircrafts like MiG-21 and MiG-23M, while the VVS Su-27 Flanker will be delegated to more exotic mission like AEW/C destruction.


Those system and their associated early warning radar is to be tightly integrated by command center like say.. Polyana or Ranzhir-M System. It's a huge and complex system..can't really cover it here but there's one good article :

ausairpower.net/APA-Rus-ADCP-C…


There are also some good articles dealing with S-300 and other SAM's too there.

A note though, lots of people dislike APA because their hostility toward F-35 program, nonetheless their technical articles are very good.

Hope this can help and thanks again :3
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BlueOpenSky Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello Stealthflanker!

I've been following you for a quite long time (for 2 years I think), and you always amazed me -and the others- with your technical knowledge about military hardware.

I've got a question to ask, but many can't give an exact answer for this question... Knowing that you know a lot about WARPACT hardware, I think you can handle this question.

Here's the question;


Let's imagine that you've got authority over air defence of WARPACT... How would you make a "defense shield" around Eastern Europe against various aircraft and ballistic missiles? (I asked for mid-'80s timeline, so you'll have a broad range of technology in your hand)
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'll be waitin while spammin :3
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myname1z4xs Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014
then wait til I come back to us :3
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Stealthflanker Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no..for now.
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