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Windows 7: Game lagging and slow performance of pc.Suggestion about a gaming rig?

06 Apr 2011   #11
user417

Windows 7 Home Premium 64
 
 

No you do not have to reformat, it will do that when you install the operating system you can upgrade to pro or ultra 64bit but it will cost you money and you can run any game in a 32 bit system as with a 64 bit I want you to understand the CPU has to match motherboard the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games also Intel i5 or i7 will not change 32 to a 64 bit you should study more before you buy anything unless you are made of gold


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06 Apr 2011   #12
krazymate

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
No you do not have to reformat, it will do that when you install the operating system you can upgrade to pro or ultra 64bit but it will cost you money and you can run any game in a 32 bit system as with a 64 bit I want you to understand the CPU has to match motherboard the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games also Intel i5 or i7 will not change 32 to a 64 bit you should study more before you buy anything unless you are made of gold

Disagree totally, listen intel is a bunch of crap i think they bring out all these i7 chips and AMD will look at it and go oooo hmmm and bring out one similar to that chip that performs twice as better in the long run and saving yourself money
So listen kid the one who started this thread go out get yourself a banging AMD machine dont be afraid to post anything you dont understand on here
AMD ROCKS !
remember it !
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06 Apr 2011   #13
user417

Windows 7 Home Premium 64
 
 

What do you Disagree totally with in what I said I told them AMD was the way to go and that Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64
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06 Apr 2011   #14
Mual

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit SP 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
No you do not have to reformat, it will do that when you install the operating system you can upgrade to pro or ultra 64bit but it will cost you money and you can run any game in a 32 bit system as with a 64 bit I want you to understand the CPU has to match motherboard the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games also Intel i5 or i7 will not change 32 to a 64 bit you should study more before you buy anything unless you are made of gold
Thanks for the advice but still I doesn't sure that if 32 bit Windows can upgrade to 64 bit of Windows.
I have look on various thread and a lot of people said that we cannot upgrade 32 bit to 64 bit of Windows. It must be a clean install then it will work.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by krazymate View Post
Disagree totally, listen intel is a bunch of crap i think they bring out all these i7 chips and AMD will look at it and go oooo hmmm and bring out one similar to that chip that performs twice as better in the long run and saving yourself money
So listen kid the one who started this thread go out get yourself a banging AMD machine dont be afraid to post anything you dont understand on here
AMD ROCKS !
remember it !
Well, what makes you so sure to say that Intel is a bunch of crap?
And I doesn't use AMD before mate, I not sure is the performance is better that intel or not. Well all these company (AMD and intel) is a good company to me though. Can you suggest me a custom build of gaming rig with my current specs?
I have a Pentium D 3.40GHz and a NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT. If I upgrade to i5 or i7, I still need a 64 bit Windows or I only need 64 bit Windows if I use i7?
Haha, I have a little bit of knowledge on PC but not as pro as you guys

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
What do you Disagree totally with in what I said I told them AMD was the way to go and that Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64
And what do you mean by "Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64"?
I don't get it.
I'm sorry!!!
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06 Apr 2011   #15
krazymate

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mual View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
No you do not have to reformat, it will do that when you install the operating system you can upgrade to pro or ultra 64bit but it will cost you money and you can run any game in a 32 bit system as with a 64 bit I want you to understand the CPU has to match motherboard the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games also Intel i5 or i7 will not change 32 to a 64 bit you should study more before you buy anything unless you are made of gold
Thanks for the advice but still I doesn't sure that if 32 bit Windows can upgrade to 64 bit of Windows.
I have look on various thread and a lot of people said that we cannot upgrade 32 bit to 64 bit of Windows. It must be a clean install then it will work.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by krazymate View Post
Disagree totally, listen intel is a bunch of crap i think they bring out all these i7 chips and AMD will look at it and go oooo hmmm and bring out one similar to that chip that performs twice as better in the long run and saving yourself money
So listen kid the one who started this thread go out get yourself a banging AMD machine dont be afraid to post anything you dont understand on here
AMD ROCKS !
remember it !
Well, what makes you so sure to say that Intel is a bunch of crap?
And I doesn't use AMD before mate, I not sure is the performance is better that intel or not. Well all these company (AMD and intel) is a good company to me though. Can you suggest me a custom build of gaming rig with my current specs?
I have a Pentium D 3.40GHz and a NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT. If I upgrade to i5 or i7, I still need a 64 bit Windows or I only need 64 bit Windows if I use i7?
Haha, I have a little bit of knowledge on PC but not as pro as you guys

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
What do you Disagree totally with in what I said I told them AMD was the way to go and that Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64
And what do you mean by "Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64"?
I don't get it.
I'm sorry!!!


Im just talking about basiclly if you buy an amd proccessor your gunna be saving yourself money and geting the same performance as an "i7" or better
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06 Apr 2011   #16
Mual

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit SP 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by krazymate View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mual View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
No you do not have to reformat, it will do that when you install the operating system you can upgrade to pro or ultra 64bit but it will cost you money and you can run any game in a 32 bit system as with a 64 bit I want you to understand the CPU has to match motherboard the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games also Intel i5 or i7 will not change 32 to a 64 bit you should study more before you buy anything unless you are made of gold
Thanks for the advice but still I doesn't sure that if 32 bit Windows can upgrade to 64 bit of Windows.
I have look on various thread and a lot of people said that we cannot upgrade 32 bit to 64 bit of Windows. It must be a clean install then it will work.



Well, what makes you so sure to say that Intel is a bunch of crap?
And I doesn't use AMD before mate, I not sure is the performance is better that intel or not. Well all these company (AMD and intel) is a good company to me though. Can you suggest me a custom build of gaming rig with my current specs?
I have a Pentium D 3.40GHz and a NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT. If I upgrade to i5 or i7, I still need a 64 bit Windows or I only need 64 bit Windows if I use i7?
Haha, I have a little bit of knowledge on PC but not as pro as you guys

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
What do you Disagree totally with in what I said I told them AMD was the way to go and that Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64
And what do you mean by "Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64"?
I don't get it.
I'm sorry!!!


Im just talking about basiclly if you buy an amd proccessor your gunna be saving yourself money and geting the same performance as an "i7" or better
Oh...
How much is it that the AMD processor that can have the same performance as i7?
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06 Apr 2011   #17
yowanvista

Windows 10 Pro x64, Arch Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
Build you a new rig. gamers know AMD is the way to go.
AMD graphics is proven the best.
AMD quad core is all that is necessary for gaming.
I will put a links below so you can study what components works with what and charts that show proven performance in test.
Build or Upgrade


Performance Charts - Tom's Hardware
There is simply no 'best' brand, both Intel and AMD are good The choice depends on the user
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Disagree totally, listen intel is a bunch of crap i think they bring out all these i7 chips and AMD will look at it and go oooo hmmm and bring out one similar to that chip that performs twice as better in the long run and saving yourself money
So listen kid the one who started this thread go out get yourself a banging AMD machine dont be afraid to post anything you dont understand on here
AMD ROCKS !
remember it !
This is just your opinion which makes no sense, as said earlier both Intel and AMD are good choices
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No you do not have to reformat, it will do that when you install the operating system you can upgrade to pro or ultra 64bit but it will cost you money and you can run any game in a 32 bit system as with a 64 bit I want you to understand the CPU has to match motherboard the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games also Intel i5 or i7 will not change 32 to a 64 bit you should study more before you buy anything unless you are made of gold
A clean install is the only option. Ultra 64-bit? That doesn't even exist!
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the performance comes from the GPU video card when playing games
Performance largely depends on the CPU
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What do you Disagree totally with in what I said I told them AMD was the way to go and that Intel would not make a 32 bit into a 64
Wrong. Intel x86 CPUs supports 32bit in a 64-bit OS
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Thanks for the advice but still I doesn't sure that if 32 bit Windows can upgrade to 64 bit of Windows.
I have look on various thread and a lot of people said that we cannot upgrade 32 bit to 64 bit of Windows. It must be a clean install then it will work.
Correct. A clean install is the only option to switch from 32-bit to 64-bit
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I have a Pentium D 3.40GHz and a NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT. If I upgrade to i5 or i7, I still need a 64 bit Windows or I only need 64 bit Windows if I use i7?
You will need a new mainboard to use an i5 or i7 CPU
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How much is it that the AMD processor that can have the same performance as i7?
Both AMD and Intel CPUs in a specific performance range are at similar prices
You will need a new mainboard for an AMD CPU
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06 Apr 2011   #18
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Thanks for clearing that up yowanvista, +1

We certainly don't need misinformation posted. Opinions are one thing, misinformation is another.

As to which chip is better?..... Ford or Chevy, Vanilla or Chocolate - It depends on what you like.
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06 Apr 2011   #19
user417

Windows 7 Home Premium 64
 
 

What I want to know is who built the PC you have now?
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07 Apr 2011   #20
Mual

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit SP 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
Thanks for clearing that up yowanvista, +1

We certainly don't need misinformation posted. Opinions are one thing, misinformation is another.

As to which chip is better?..... Ford or Chevy, Vanilla or Chocolate - It depends on what you like.
Well, thanks for the info.
If anything I don't know, can I ask you guys?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by user417 View Post
What I want to know is who built the PC you have now?
I not sure, is a very old pc that I upgrade from.. well i forgot what age when I upgrade this pc. Sorry...
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