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Windows 7: PLz post a tutorial on overclocking nvidia cards


19 Apr 2009   #11

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 

If your on a low budget, save up for the ATi 4890. Best bang for the buck. It's USD$250 on that website you pointed us at. Go check it out at NewEgg.

That computer looks pretty good. It has no real bottlenecks, so games should look nice overall. But keep in mind that it is a laptop. You could get a desktop with twice the power for half the price (Ignore this if you need a laptop for work or school or whatever).

Although, the nVidia 9650M doesn't sound like it's the best. You should check to see what game FPSes are with that chip.


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19 Apr 2009   #12

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zZanthraXx View Post
O that's good to hear, it is a nice program. Do you need an eVGA product or just a eVGA membership now (with their forums)
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EVGA | EVGA Precision | EVGA Precision

You can get precions with only an evga membership.
Or, you can watch for new releases at Guru 3D download from Guru3D.com
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19 Apr 2009   #13

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 

Johngalt, what did you edit in my post?

If you don't feel like switching to ATi, go with the nVidia GTX 260, I hear it's pretty good.
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