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Claudio doesn’t become a s*** character without “point blank” iWR2. That’s like saying Asuka is not an easy character because of her jf f2. Point blank iWR2 is an unseeable blockstun (12 frames on paper, but like 15~16 frames if you do it perfectly) which is an incredible tool for a character like Claudio who has unsafe offense for the most. Tekken 7 Combo is an unofficial website – Tekken and its characters are a registered trademark and copyright of the NAMCO BANDAI GAMES Inc. Site changelog Contact. Feb 06, · Claudio by Check Notes (Added on 08/09/) u/f 4, f 3, f F 4, b 3, f 2, b 4 3 2, d 1+2. Requires #SEASON PASS 3 UPDATE # 9 hits 84 damages. Recommanded stage: Dragon’s Nest. Sticky Note. This combo works when the game starts in a stage that has walls and you pushed enemy just a bit. Facebook.
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Jan 14, · Lucky Chloe serves as the lucky beholder of many crucial combos from within Tekken 7. If one takes the time to master this one, they will find themselves with an output of + damage! Unfortunately, many experienced players can predict Chloe’s f3+4, so be cautious. Formula: (BT) f3+4~f3+4~f3+4, DF, dash, 3+4. G means guard break. Not sure why it was listed for a move which is +7. It’s usually relevant for moves that are +10 or more, where the opponent can’t attack but still block. Some of the new possibilities for Claudio in season 3 utilizing all his new buffs like CH ss 4, b+3+4 Wall bounce, b+3 CH 3 and b+1 with better
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EN6600GT Dual: a video card with a pair of NVIDIA GPUs on board – this time ASUS presents surprises
The innovative creation of GV-3D1 from GIGABYTE Technology is not long left to be in splendid isolation, it seems that ASUSTeK Computer decided to slightly press GIGABYTE in the niche of non-standard dual-chip video solutions. On the Taiwanese web-resource Digital-Info.Net, intriguing photos of a pre-production sample called EN6600GT Dual appeared:
Although the product from ASUS is based on the same pair of GeForce video chips
6600GT, it is not at all like its “relative” – GIGABYTE GV-3D1:
Unlike the GIGABYTE product, the EN6600GT Dual has a pair of DVI-I outputs, you can also not only output a video stream, but also capture a video stream through the standard 9-pin S-Video connector (SAA7114H from Philips is soldered on the reverse side). However, on the card you can also find an additional 6-pin power connector, GDDR3 graphics memory, like the GV-3D1 – made by Samsung, with an access time of 1.6 ns (8 chips labeled K4J55323QF-GC16 on one side of the board – only 256 MB , total memory bus width is also 256 bits)
One can only guess about the architecture of such solutions, GIGABYTE even has a corresponding patent for its development. Apparently, graphics chips divide the PCI Express bus in half, each has 8 PCI-E lanes (one line has from # 1 to # 8, the other – from # 9 to # 16). Perhaps, video processors also communicate with each other via … SLI (Scalable Link Interface), only the usual switch-jumper is already integrated on the PCB board.
Is it possible to build multi-chip systems, for example, those that contain 4 video processors (tandem of two EN6600GT Dual)? Probably, this cannot be ruled out, especially since on ASUS motherboards you can find a pair of 14-pin white connectors, and one of them is located in place of the connector for the SLI connector – now video cards can be connected with a pair of flexible ribbon-like jumpers:
Looks like EN6600GT Dual will require a dedicated motherboard to work
Thunder K8WEX), which could for every full-size PCI Express slot
divert 16 PCI-E lines, otherwise the fourth chip will remain in a “suspended” state
– after all, its # 9 to # 16 PCI-E lines simply will not be connected to the chipset (for the
16 + 4 PCI-E lanes).
Or, the motherboard must be able to switch a set of 8 + 8 PCI-E lines (or
16 + 4 PCI-E lanes) as follows: # 1 – # 4 for the 1-1 / 2-1 chip; # 9 – # 12
for chip 1-2 / 2-2 (or, first connector: # 1 – # 8 for chip 1-1, # 9 – # 16 for chip
1-2; second connector: # 1 – # 2 for chip 2-1, # 9 – # 10 for chip 2-2), for example,
using a set of jumpers (series
nForce 4 based DFI motherboards …). But, of course, if the GeForce 6600GT
supports multiprocessor modes, then it is worth waiting for a new motherboard from ASUSTeK
board capable of working with two EN6600GT Dual.