got p4 2.66ghz (533fsb ) OCed to 3.4ghz, 512mb ram, 9800XT 265mb and am running it at 1280x1024 with visual distance turnes down.
runs pretty smooth, loading takes a while, but more ram is coming up this way
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dont mean to be rude but what did you say ? has there been any reviews ? Would i be going the wrong path gettting these ? :lol: you should be fine with a pair of those, timings arent important for intel anyway and these will do perfectly for a little OCing (and the lifetime warranty is always nice ...
- Tue Dec 13, 2005 7:19 am
- Forum: Forum Contests - Giving Back To Our Readers
- Topic: December Forum Contest: ECS Motherboard & Intel CPU
- Replies: 237
- Views: 76221
- Sat Dec 10, 2005 6:21 am
- Forum: General Software Programs
- Topic: Java passes C++; most popular language on Sourceforge
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1599
same here, C++ isnt made 4 me, hehekillswitch83 wrote:uhh yeah, no joke.......I took Pascal back in the day ('98) and thought it was complex in syntax, but then I took a look at C++ and almost s**t myself, lol. My buddy took it and aced it, no problem. I didn't even try, lol
- Sat Dec 10, 2005 5:59 am
- Forum: Intel Motherboard Forum
- Topic: Intel Motherboard upgrades
- Replies: 5
- Views: 2114
Like Kerii said, im also not sure that a ATX board fits in a Dell case. Dell has used (im not sure if theyre still doing it) special connectors in the past, wihc made it almost imposssible to change anything in the setup. If this hasnt been done with ur gf's pc and u are sure a atx mobo fits in get ...
Andy, 2GB is NOT essential @ the moment, The only real game that benefits is BF2. But since BF2 is a new game, I can see alot more games coming out which will love 2GB. i agree, it isnt really required to have 2gb now, but it would be a smart choice for the future I prefer to buy 1 200GB hdd a year...
@andy Your PSU is fine, all u need, unless you want ot go SLI or Crossfire Since the board u got cant do either i think your PSU is fine. About the Harddisks, it doesnt matter that much, i just recommend 1 from Western Digital or Maxtor @capper nice to see Crucial got a good RMA service, and ur prob...
You dont need to to go for a dual channel kit, cause all ddr ram should work with eachother. Dual channel kits are just there to ensure they work together and u can use all the functions of them. This does not mean that if u buy loose ram they do not work together, it just means that the dual channe...
- Mon Nov 14, 2005 5:57 pm
- Forum: Cases, Power Supplies, and Cooling
- Topic: The most outrageous custom cooling I've yet to see!!
- Replies: 18
- Views: 3628
no need to lose heart though, if you really want that chip, I'm pretty sure there's other DFI boards that will handle it (don't have the time to look right now, but will when I get home from work). If for some reason they don't have a board like that, my close second at least would be an Asus board...