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  1. Thanks!   I figured it would require to be planned and implemented in at a foundation level of the code, and wanted to try to figure out as quickly as possible how to do it.   Will check out the provided example.   Thanks again
  2. I searched for this on forum, but my internet connection is garbage and my lunch break is coming to an end quickly.   I have started playing around with DX12, but have run into a problem that I do my development on a laptop that has both an integrated GPU and an NVidia card.  By default the compiled code runs on the integrated chip, but I can force it to run on the NVidia.   There are a lot of articles out there stating that DX 12 should be able to use both simultaneously, has anyone encountered an example that details this specifically.  I believe the "Mini-Engine" at GitHub may hint to how to do it, but I keep getting lost in all the additional code.   Any insight would be appreciated, Thanks!  
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    About 10 years old. I attempted to create a Zombie based survival game, with limited multiplayer capabilities. Died when Torque totally revamped their engine... and didn't feel like it was worth the effort with the bajillion other zombie releases.
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    Building a 3D MMO using Websockets

      Looks like the blog had a disk failure since this article was written.  It's new location http://rampantgames.com/blog/?p=7745
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