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  1. Raintech

    What are your preferred gaming peripherals?

    I've tried alot of mice, keyboards and headsets and have quite a few opinions on all of them lol. For gaming, finding the right mouse is probably the most important. But besides from the mouse having 1000htz polling rate, and hyperesponse buttons, the rest honestly is just down to preference. The amount of buttons, the shape, size, weight. It's all preference. Don't fall for marketting gimmicks, high DPI is useless, most pro's only use 400-800 DPI, and going higher than like 3000 DPI is seriously not recommended. New mice advertising 8000+ DPI is just dumb. Personally I'm using the Logitech G502 Proteus as my daily driver mouse, interchanged with the Razer Naga for when I'm playing MMORPG's like WoW or Final Fantasy 14 For my Laptop, I'm using the Razer Deathadder mouse. Like I said, it really doesn't matter which mouse you pick, it's just down to preference and no one can tell you which mouse if best. You need to just find a mouse that suits your hand size and develop muscle memory with it's weight and shape. Other features like the number of buttons is just situational depending on what games you like to play. As far as Keyboards go, Mechanical keyboards will beat rubber dome for gaming every day of the week, no questions asked. Not all mechanical keys are made the same either. I've had really good experiences with the Cherry MX switches, but in the past few years Razer started making their own Cherry-Imitation switches, which are MADE IN CHINA. You can't compare Made in China knockoffs to the real, german-manufactured Cherry MX switches. The quality difference is VERY noticeable. I bought a Razer Blackwidow with Razers new "Green Razer switches" which Razer claims to be better than the Cherry MX equivalents, and used it for a year without complaints. But once i switched to my Corsair K95, the difference was REALLY clear. The Cherry red switches in my new keyboard were just way better. Less mushy, more consistent feel, less wobble. Don't know how to describe it, but they just feel better. Avoid Razer keyboards, unless they're alot cheaper than Logitech/Corsair counterparts, or have a specific feature you can't find elsewhere. The headset I've been using is the Sennheiser 373d, with 7.1 surround sound. Honestly, I've worn these for 14+ hours a day and they are so comfortable I forget I'm even wearing them. The sound quality is superb, and compared to my old Razer Megalodons (which also had 7.1 surround) I can much more easily distinguish which direction sounds are coming from, and pick out footsteps when theres alot of background noise such as bullets/music going on. I've had to replace the ear-pads on them once when the old ones got worn out, but it was simple to pop in and out the old ones for the new, and the headset became good-as-new. Couldn't even tell I'd been using them daily for years. I don't think the microphone you use for gaming is too big of a deal. As long as it's clear it shouldn't matter. Even a cheap 10 dollar headset's microphone should be plenty good enough for gaming. For streaming though, I'm using a Blue Yeti microphone. It's the same microphone that like 75% of streamers use. It's way overkill for gaming though. TL;DR Exact mouse doesn't matter as long as it's a good gaming mouse. I'm using Logitech G502, Razer Naga, and Razer Deathadder dpending on situation. Keyboard wise, avoid Razer due to knock-off made in china switches. I use Corsair K95, but i hear logitech keyboards are equally good. The type of switch used matters the most, pick keyboards based on what key layout/features you like most, as long as they use the right key switch. I prefer Cherry MX Red switches, but its down to preference. Headset Sennheiser 373d. If you want a good headset, go to an audio-specific company like Sennheiser. Gaming-brand headsets usually distort sounds like over pumping the bass or don't have as much audio-experience as the guys who design cinema-grade audio systems. Microphone: Blue Yeti
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    PUBG - New update

    Worst comes to worst, the cheat will just be offline for a while until a new bypass is sorted out. Most of the time when game developers say things like "We have a new awesome, unbypassable, super duper secure new Anti-Cheat!!!" They really just mean "We made a brand new anti-cheat that no one knows about and it's garbage because it's not very well coded" Anti cheats have always had to tread a fine line between being secure, whilst not being overly intrusive, or causing too much performance drop. And what's more, newer anticheats tend to have ALOT of bypasses. It takes alot of time to patch up all the unknown vulnerabilities in a software. That's why even OLD software like Java or Microsoft Windows are constantly updating, to patch security exploits that are slowly becoming found over time. New anti cheats tend to be full of holes, and it'll take them years to patch all of them. That, or they just completely fail because they're either too secure, and cause too much invasion/security drop that it breaks the game, or some scandal appears where some guy lost his banking details to the anti cheat, or it's not invasive ENOUGH and lets every single cheat through. Sure, it might take cheat makers a little while to get familiar with the new anti-cheat and how it works, but finding a bypass should be possible by good cheat-makers. We have every confidence in Chod's team to pull through It's not a simple task to make a new anticheat that works well, so 99% chance the new anticheats will probably suck. It's probably nothing to worry about.
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    Recommendation for Anime

    I have soooooooo many, but I'll stick to safe bets as we're all on a gaming forum, so any gamer would really really love these ones 1) Sword Art Online This is a must-watch if you're a gamer, which I assume we all are. It's set in the future where gamers put on a special VR-headset and completely "dive" into a virtual game world, but then something goes wrong and the players get stuck in the virtual world, unable to return to their real bodies. And more than that, dying in the game also means they'll die in real life. The only way to escape from the game is to beat the game, which means risking their real lives. The main character is one of the elite frontline players, and possibly the strongest player in that world. 2) No Game No Life Similar genre to SAO, but it's really short. It's about 2 gamers who are so insanely skilled at video games that they PWN everyone on earth and make a name for themselves, even winning versus hackers with just pure skill. A god appears from another world and offers to transport them into his own world that has special laws where everything revolves around games, winner takes all. They start with absolutely nothing and have to use their gaming skills to survive and grow in power. 3) Re:Zero Honestly my favourite anime that's come out within the last few years. It's about a guy who gets teleported into an alternate world, and in the new world he gains the ability that whenever he dies, he gets to restart from a "checkpoint". The alternate dimension is full of mythical creatures, magic users, knights with magic swords, and the main character dies repeatedly until he gets his desired outcome. He ends up trying to help a princess he meets become the queen. Hard to say much more about the plot line without spoilers, but it's well worth watching. 4) Overlord Made by the same people who made One Punch Man. Overlord is about an MMORPG gamer who played the game for a super long time, farmed everything, and is super incredibly strong in the game. But the game runs it course, gets old, and the servers shut down. He's the last player logged into the game, and the only one online when the servers shut off. But when the servers shut off, instead of getting logged out, he gets sucked into the game permanantly and becomes his in-game character. He gets to live as his in-game character, and interact with all the ingame NPCs and fight all sorts of monsters and bad guys. The season 2 for Overlord is coming out really soon too so its definitely worth a watch. And man, I could keep going for ages but then we'd literally be here forever. Some other animes to check out: Attack on Titan (Everyone needs to watch this, about giant Titans who eat humanity) Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (Kinda similar to Attack on Titan, except the last strongholds of mankind are cities connected by huge fortified train lines.) Accel World (Same author as SAO, players dive into a game world which they can use to pause IRL time, and battle each other to gain abilities) Boku no Hero (About superheroes, 'nuff said) Steins;Gate (An anime about Time-Warping and stuff) Mirai Nikki (About people with diaries who fight to the death, their diaries predict the future) Hunter X Hunter (Fantasy world fighting anime) Kuroko No Basket (About basketball, except with supernatural abilities like going semi-invisible and hyper-overdrive abilities) Haikyuu (About Volleyball, not so much supernatural abilities but insane skill and awesome non-stop action) Tokyo Ghoul (Kinda falls into the "Vampire-genre" of anime, but with ghouls who eat human flesh instead. Awesome fighting anime) Clannad (about high school kids growing up, kinda a sad story / love story type of anime) Your Lie in April (Piano related anime, enjoyable even if you're not into music and it manages to not be sappy and soft. Awesome piano/violin duets.) Seriously, all of these anime are awesome, it just depends on what genres you enjoy. It's worth checking them all out. And if you didn't know already, the best way to watch anime is to stream them online from websites, because chances are you'll watch tonnes of episodes which will take up way to much space if you download them all. I used to use crunchyroll, but then i found animefrost dot tv and they are SOOOOO much better.
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    stream proof

    Oh and to answer the last question, from what i understand the EAC version does indeed come with stream proofing, the same as the normal stream proof version.
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    sketch, I need motivation!

    That looks sick! Even uncompleted it looks awesome. Maybe you could draw him with some fellow friends by his side, maybe someone with a bazooka or a pistol crouching to his sides, or give him a backdrop, like put him in some military trenches or in a bunker full of gun racks or something. Just a few ideas! Love the art!
  6. Raintech

    Miscreated Hack?

    I can respect that. Better to have a handful of really great, updated cheats that many, outdated mediocre cheats. Don't want to stretch the coding work out too thinly, that's when quality standards start dropping!
  7. Raintech

    CS:GO HVH Recode

    It's always great to hear that extra work is being done on cheats. I'm sure HvH is only a small proportion of the userbase, so improvements to Legit features would definitely be welcome
  8. Raintech

    Hello Chods

    Welcome to chods! Come for the cheats, stay for the community. I'm sure you'll enjoy your stay here, great community, and the cheats are even better
  9. Raintech

    A more interesting hello

    Nice poem! Welcome to chods. Enjoy your stay!
  10. Raintech

    stream proof

    Whenever there is an update to the game, VAC or any anticheats related to the hack, there is an automated safety feature that prevents the Chods Cheats customer base from injecting the cheats until Chod's looks through and verifies the cheat is still safe to use, or whether anything needs to be updated. From experience, whenever this happens, Chod usually updates the cheat extremely quickly. Usually within hours. So yes, the cheats are always updated. On top of that, the cheats are mutated once every 30-60 mins which makes it really hard for anticheats to scan your system and detect any known cheating fingerprints. The Streamproof version of the cheat is 100% mark-free in Mirillis Action, OBS, Frap, LoiLo, Bandicam, and more. This includes all the ESP markings including Chams. Basically, your stream viewers will have no idea you're using any form of ESP at all. Just remember to make your gameplay look legit, and no one should ever suspect you of cheating. If you're playing on VAC-protected matchmaking systems, you likely won't need the EAC proof version of the cheat unless you'll specifically be playing on EAC protected servers. If you're planning on using the in-game matchmaking system, you won't need the EAC-proof version.
  11. Raintech

    hello

    Hello and welcome!
  12. Raintech

    Back at it again

    Welcome back! Sucks to hear about the scams And HELLO to you too!
  13. Raintech

    First console or gaming platform

    Hahah, mine was a gameboy color and I played Pokemon Blue on the thing for aaaaaaaaaaagggesss! Then it was a Super Nintendo, oh boy. Mario and street fighter 1. Good times.
  14. Annnnnddd I'm back! It's been 2 years of hellish study but finals are over! It's time to pick up where I left off back in 2015. Let's slay 'em. Great to see the community is still thriving after all these years, and Chod's even added a bunch of new games! I remember when it used to be just CS, BF and a few odds and ends like Team Fortress and GTA. Glad to see there's giants like Rust and PuBG in the lists now too! And boy would I kill for a Rust invitation, there's simply no other cheat providers whom I can trust more than Chod.
  15. Also, posting in the shoutbox for support is forbidden. HWID is the identification number of the computer you are using. Your account may only be used on 1 computer, if you try to use a different computer it will not let you use it. If you want to change what computer your account is allowed to be used on, go to your Cheat panel and click on the HWID reset button.
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