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So with both the DMA card offered here, and Raptor DMA being out of stock are there any other options?

I assume custom firmware is something that is highly encouraged for ban prevention. How important is this really? And is it something I could feasibly do myself with limited expertise?

Just for context, I have a background in technology, but this is not really my area. So I'm comfortable but would probably need to find a guide of some sort. I have some amateur experience reverse engineering firmware among other things, but I imagine this isn't really the same. I also have some "low-level" programming experience (C, ASM), but not kernel or hardware level and not with Windows.

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2 hours ago, wtdn7 said:

So with both the DMA card offered here, and Raptor DMA being out of stock are there any other options?

I assume custom firmware is something that is highly encouraged for ban prevention. How important is this really? And is it something I could feasibly do myself with limited expertise?

Just for context, I have a background in technology, but this is not really my area. So I'm comfortable but would probably need to find a guide of some sort. I have some amateur experience reverse engineering firmware among other things, but I imagine this isn't really the same. I also have some "low-level" programming experience (C, ASM), but not kernel or hardware level and not with Windows.

check out the discord news post

 

  • LambdaConcept Screamers
  • Enigma-x1 
  • Rapto
  • RangerDMA

 

yes custom fw prevent you from a fw detection.  I saw some ppl self writing his own firmware, but they got banned, their own falt, seems like not recommended. 
I'm always on vip+ love it!

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7 hours ago, wtdn7 said:

So with both the DMA card offered here, and Raptor DMA being out of stock are there any other options?

I assume custom firmware is something that is highly encouraged for ban prevention. How important is this really? And is it something I could feasibly do myself with limited expertise?

Just for context, I have a background in technology, but this is not really my area. So I'm comfortable but would probably need to find a guide of some sort. I have some amateur experience reverse engineering firmware among other things, but I imagine this isn't really the same. I also have some "low-level" programming experience (C, ASM), but not kernel or hardware level and not with Windows.

Raptor gets a stock soon as far as I know, but currently everything is out of stock

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14 hours ago, Pavelo said:

check out the discord news post

 

  • LambdaConcept Screamers
  • Enigma-x1 
  • Rapto
  • RangerDMA

 

yes custom fw prevent you from a fw detection.  I saw some ppl self writing his own firmware, but they got banned, their own falt, seems like not recommended. 
I'm always on vip+ love it!

Fantastic, thanks. How long have you been on VIP+? What's the ban rate/history like for it?

I might buy a screamer+jtag and buy the custom firmware from clutch.

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10 hours ago, wtdn7 said:

Fantastic, thanks. How long have you been on VIP+? What's the ban rate/history like for it?

I might buy a screamer+jtag and buy the custom firmware from clutch.

i'm since last year with vip+, played every wipe no ban so far

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