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Die zweite Proleague Saison von SK Planet für 2012 steht an. Die koreanischen Profis in Brood War spielen dort um so viel Ruhm, wie es bei uns eigentlich nur Fussballspieler oder Popstars schaffen. Doch warum berichten wir euch das in unserem Starcraft 2 Bereich?
Wie wir bereits berichtet haben, stand Blizzard in Verhandlungen mit der KeSPA, in denen es darum ging, Starcraft 2 nun auch im "Brood War dominierten" Korea in den Mainstream-eSport einzubringen. 
Das Ergebnis – oder ein Ergebnis – daraus ist die SK Planet Proleague Season 2, in welcher nun zum ersten Mal Brood War und Starcraft 2 gespielt wird. Nicht getrennt von einander sondern im gleichen Set. Bei der Liga handelt es sich um eine Clan Liga – fünf Spieler treten gegen fünf Spieler des anderen Teams an. In dieser Saison werden von den potentiellen 5 Spielen pro Begegnung zwei in Brood War und zwei in Starcraft 2 gespielt, sollte es zum fünften, dem Ace-Match kommen, wird auch dieses in Starcraft 2 gespielt.
Wir stellen die Brood War – mittlerweile Hybrid- – Teams einmal vor:

SK Telekom T1
FanTasy (T)
Bisu (P)
BeSt (P)
n.Die_soO (Z)
By.Sun (P)
KT Rolster
Flash (T)
Stats (P)
Crazy-Hydra (Z)
Action (Z)
HoeJJa (Z)
Samsung KHAN
Stork (P)
JangBi (P)
Brave (P)
TurN (T)
Shine (Z)
CJ Entus
Leta (T)
EffOrt (Z)
Hydra (Z)
Horang2 (P)
Movie (P)
Woongjiin Stars
Neo.G_Soulkey (Z)
sHy (P)
ZerO (Z)
Light (T)
Flying (P)
STX Soul
Last (T)
Calm (Z)
Dear (P)
Bongus (T)
mini (P)
Air Force ACE
Kal (P)
Canata (T)
PianO (Z)
Orion (Z)
firebathero (T)
Team 8
Jaedong (Z)
BaBy (T)
Jaehoon (P)
Tyson (P)
Killer (Z)

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qQUxmbPP am 17.06.2012 - 03:38 - Kommentieren
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I know how you feel I was stuck on those old school Blizzard games for a long time. My only suestggion is to find another game or hobby period. I now play Socom 3 online with my PS2. I find it hard to play starcraft any more since then lol.

DRismIgQ am 17.06.2012 - 05:30 - Kommentieren
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DDR3 HDMI Dual DL-DVI (HDCP) PCI Express 2.0 X16 Video Card Retail (RoHS) H467QR1GH (Electronics) I bought this card based on the other 5 star reemoocndatimns and it's cost. I installed it in a new PC I built that has a FOXCONN A74ML-K 3.0 motherboard and Windows 7 64-bit for the OS. The motherboard has Integrated ATIae Radeon(tm) 2100 graphics and 5.1 channel HD Audio. I thought that since this card also has Radeon Graphics and ATI drivers that my chances of having everything work together were pretty good. First off, Windows 7 is not listed as a supported OS on the box System Requirements list. However, there is a Windows 7 64-bit compatible universal driver on the ATI Catalyst support website (released 12/13/2010). I installed this driver. The graphics seems to work well, although I'm not a big gamer. Then why did you buy this card , you ask? Because I wanted an HDMI output that did not come with the mainboard (it was an afterthought requirement). And this leads me to my problem. Although the graphics works fine the sound does not come through on the HDMI port. There are all sorts of people with this problem with ATI related cards. I've tried all the supposed fixes and nothing has worked so far. So I really could have accomplished what I have with a DVI to an HDMI converter. But I have to say that the Windows experience score for graphics and gaming on the PC went from 3.7 and 3.4 to 6.7 for both. So, if that's what you need it seems to be a good card, but if you want sound through the HDMI port than look somewhere else. Update I found the driver necessary for this to work including the sound through HDMI. Therefore, I'm changing my review rating. I could go to 4 stars because it was a hassle finding the right driver. However, I'm rating this 5 stars because now that it is working, it works great! BTW if you find yourself in the same situation the driver that I used is the one on the ATI Radeon site (AMD) called AMD Catalyst(tm) Accelerated Parallel Processing (APP) Technology Edition issued 12/13/2010 with a size of 88.9 MB.

CxoKCptuyqvl am 17.06.2012 - 13:26 - Kommentieren
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in short, cannot updgrae video cards on laptops, the only things you CAN updgrae on laptops are RAM, Hard Drive, and Battery.Was this answer helpful?

CucdBTVKIaukGPtJX am 17.06.2012 - 13:40 - Kommentieren
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OKAYI have a basic knowlegde of cortupems and my computer right now runs starcraft 2 on max settings If you want an average gaming computer that will run starcraft 2 on max settings I would recommend getting a quad core, with 550Watt power supply, HD Radeon 5770, and about 4~6GB of Ram. However if you would like a really super gaming computer I would recommend a 1200Watt Power supply, Hd Radeon 5880 (you could get HD Radeon 5970 but its like 800bucks), i7 processor with 8GB ram but the first build I told you will cost around 1grand and the 2nd build I told you about will cost around 2grand

uQapUwyUmNe am 17.06.2012 - 20:18 - Kommentieren
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</a>Why is it that zerg think Mutas are the answer for eiynethvrg? You see three rax.. so you go to mutas? Why would you not go Roaches to help hold off any early pressure? 5 Roaches could have held off all those hellions. Then you tech to Mutas. So many times I see Zerg rush to Mutas and hurt there economy because of it. Get some spines/Queens/and Roaches/Speedlings. Don't rush your tech because you think that Mutas are the be all end all.. Log in to Reply</a>

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