A bit too expensive Review helpful? Yeah, Peter is right. The same goes for nVidia, their cards are fine I find that their colour rendering is better than ATI but their software needs a lot of work. We are happy to help! JOP and JE have almost equal pimple and space widths. Just found this Does anyone know of this site?
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The rubber consists of a hybrid top-sheet made of an elastic compound, which generates amazing rebound, as well as a soft compound that helps grab the ball and create more spin.
Absolutely no speed gluing or boosting needed as the rubber itself already has extreme speed and softness out of the packet. Never ever am I gonna buy a pc from ebay again. I have a hercules Fortissimo III soundcard and love it. It is suited better for medium to medium stiff blades. We regret that we currently can only assemble this rubber sheet to a Killerspin blade.
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Unfortunately I still haven’t found any Vista drivers as such which is a shame but lol, in my dealings with this pc, its become relatively unimportant. The spaces between the pimples are a little more than half a pimple width. Smashes were very good and easy to perform. Interesting reading this – I’d never even heard of them until this fortissijo I do have a watt power supply this wasn’t specified in the eba ad and expected a watt.
Nero installed, azurues installed and not a sign of a blue screen. Thread starter deannatrois Start date Sep 2, The Killerspin Fortissimo is Killerspin’s answer to post-ban speed-glue effect rubbers.
Killerspin Fortissimo –
For people who smash a lot, they would love this rubber. If you are a looper who is used to tensors, this rubber will require adjustments at the lower speeds and at higher speeds. I could buy a Creative X-fi card but to get the seperate headphone port i want that the hercules card has. Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: Equal components of natural and synthetic rubber give an extra spring effect.
I found it helped my game especially in fast looping, my opinion that it is better suited for offensive fast blades. I updated the bios from 1. At first its a little too bouncy and hard for blocking but once you get used to and right angle of blade, this set up is a beast.
Obviously I have found out how touchy vista is, but actually am running XP pro. For backhand, it is a good blocking rubber because it is not sensitive to incoming spin and at the same time it is very easy to handle and control against spinny and fast loops.
However, as you hit a bit harder, fully using the sponge, the throw got a little higher, and the result would be a devastating shot loaded with power and spin.
Beta driver for XP did not help unfortunately, neither did lowering the performance stats for the GT. All of this technology is protected by Killerspin’s plastic bag to maintain the rubber’s integrity from production to the court.
Overall, a bang for the buck rubber at 44usd each.
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It is a rubber that I might choose to play with for it’s over all feeling and crisp mid power looping, easy blocking and effective smashing. Has similar feeling as a freshly speed glued Mark V. All that time i was going on about it being down to the GT card and erm after thinking “I’m out of options here” this morning I decided very belatedly to start up the pc with just one of the two RAM sticks in at a time.
I used to have the Radeon and it worked fine in Vista – without fan cooling too which is amazing, but then that is their lowest card that is Vista compatible, if you are a gamer you would need a much higher-end card.
Not my cup of tea. All of my spin shots required some usage of the bouncy sponge. First start up the pc refused to start anything and beeped madly in a way I remember only too well.