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The black ship shogun 2

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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May 21,  · Rights to the gameplay footage belongs to Sega. Shimazu Clan vs Hojo Clan. The Black Ship is, basically, a Portuguese naval fortress. Found and tracked near the Hyuga sea, it was a bitch . Aug 16,  · Jun 21, @ am. I finally learned how to capture the Black Ship. First, don’t try to attack it with stacks on the sea. Try instead to surround it on all sides so it cannot move. This means a lot of ships unfortunately, but a few stacks of ships (3) or more should suffice. Jun 10,  · For me it was quite easy to take it. It was by a great stroke of luck that i found it. The black ship was under the control of a minor clan to the south. I had been shogun for a while and I still had that big castle ship, a few bow kobayas, and a few sengoku bunes. But the best part was that the black ship only had 14 guys and 1 available gun.

 

The black ship shogun 2.The Black Ship – Total War Shogun 2 Encyclopedia

Dec 01,  · I usually manage to capture the Black Ship when I play Shogun 2 but I never see a replacement for it show up. Is there just the one in each campaign game. How unlike the Western Powers to give up after losing a trade ship! Showing of 7 comments. . Aug 16,  · Jun 21, @ am. I finally learned how to capture the Black Ship. First, don’t try to attack it with stacks on the sea. Try instead to surround it on all sides so it cannot move. This means a lot of ships unfortunately, but a few stacks of ships (3) or more should suffice. May 21,  · Rights to the gameplay footage belongs to Sega. Shimazu Clan vs Hojo Clan. The Black Ship is, basically, a Portuguese naval fortress. Found and tracked near the Hyuga sea, it was a bitch .
 
 
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Integrated 1GigaPro solution from PC Chips (add-on)

Our Japanese colleagues got the opportunity to get acquainted with a rather strange product from PC Chips – MicroATX motherboard M787CLR with an integrated processor named 1GigaPro.

Look carefully, until you run away: besides the “unknown to science” processor, the motherboard clearly shows the same unknown VIA Apollo VT133 chipset, which seems to have not been seen anywhere before and has not been officially introduced.

The board is supplied with a detailed manual, which indicates that the 1GigaPro chip is a VIA C3 on the Samuel 2 core. The user manual indicates the FSB frequency of 133 MHz, it seems, the Apollo VT133 chipset (south bridge – VT82C686A), which, in addition, contains integrated graphics, also supports this system bus frequency. The board itself is designed to work with SDRAM memory, is equipped with a 10Base-T / 100Base-TX LAN interface (Realtek), three PCI slots, an ISA slot and an AMR slot.

Huge skepticism is caused by this very inscription 1GigaPro on the processor. What gigahertz could be when the company announced only 933 MHz processor model? And this newly-minted Apollo VT133 chipset… painfully looks like a regular Apollo PLE133 with a Blade3D core from Trident.

These are such strange novelties. Solid riddles (or jokes?)

Addition

After clarifications on the PC Chips website, it was possible to find out that on the board, the 1GigaPro chip is actually a VIA C3 processor in an EBGA package, moreover, with a clock frequency of 733 MHz, and the north bridge is really VIA PLE133. No mysteries, just marketing ;-)…

Source: Akiba PC

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