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    Hello guys,

    For the upcoming Classic I am willing to run 5x man group. My question is is the single ISboxer licence valid to use on 2 computers simuletaneously for 5 team in total?

    Also, what are the cons of dual pc 5 man team and what is the preferred method of setting that up? Do I need to have internal network via ip setup?

    Also my current pc setup is :

    16 gb ram
    i5 4690k
    r9 270x

    I have to run the 5x bfa clients on roughly 50fps on main/18 fps in background in order to actually do 5x clients at same time. Even then in some crowded areas I suffer preformance wise.

    Usually pc usage is 75-90% and ram is around 75-85%.

    Since I don't have that much money to full buy new pc I was thinking to buy some cheap pc to have it near my main and just try to do it that way.

    I am really open for suggestions so I'd appreciate it greatly from more technical savy boxers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peregrine View Post
    Hello guys,

    For the upcoming Classic I am willing to run 5x man group. My question is is the single ISboxer licence valid to use on 2 computers simuletaneously for 5 team in total?
    https://www.lavishsoft.com/account/policies

    Personal accounts may be shared by up to 5 computers (or virtual machines) at the same physical location (i.e. residence).

    Quote Originally Posted by Peregrine View Post
    Also, what are the cons of dual pc 5 man team and what is the preferred method of setting that up? Do I need to have internal network via ip setup?

    Also my current pc setup is :

    16 gb ram
    i5 4690k
    r9 270x

    I have to run the 5x bfa clients on roughly 50fps on main/18 fps in background in order to actually do 5x clients at same time. Even then in some crowded areas I suffer preformance wise.

    Usually pc usage is 75-90% and ram is around 75-85%.

    Since I don't have that much money to full buy new pc I was thinking to buy some cheap pc to have it near my main and just try to do it that way.

    I am really open for suggestions so I'd appreciate it greatly from more technical savy boxers.
    A perfect question for the Hardware Tools forum! However, no one is going to be able to tell you how many FPS you're expected to get on a game that hasn't even been released yet, but if you can run BFA, there's no reason you can't run a game that is going to require less resources.
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    I apreciate the swift reply Mirai. Can you possibly give me any tips how to boost my preformance? I usually shut down all background processes and by that I literally mean everything that I don't use.

    While I do know Classic is not out yet ( and it should definitely use less resources) it seems to be the smart idea I guess to wait for Beta and to see how would it affect on beta and multiply that by x5?

    I simply want to run Classic without my pc being choke point for any content ( I plan to run with several other boxers (mainly Kruschpak) ) so I can totally enjoy it

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    I've split off the additional replies in this thread, that were related to hardware/performance/upgrade advice, to the appropriate thread. It's unlikely that someone who can benefit from such advice is going to be looking in the Software Tools forum in a thread about the Inner Space license/account policies.

    Furthermore, I'm locking this one to stop further off-topic replies, and additional replies related to your performance questions/issues should be directed, again, at the appropriate thread.
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