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15 Jul 2010   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solarstarshines View Post
yes Mr Decon frost has made a good point disable the boot type in Msconfig on the task bar it should somewhat be some use to disable certain boot properties
You can technically find the option through msconfig, but it is somewhat hidden and takes quite a few mouse clicks to end up in the System Properties. Just go to the System properties normally (right-click Computer), choose Properties > Advanced System Settings > Advanced > Settings.

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15 Jul 2010   #22

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1

true that would be the same thing but i like doing work through msconfig seems like there are more option on that lil proggy there
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15 Jul 2010   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

If you are trying to shut down programs from running at boot, yes, there are more options. But you really don't want to get into the habit of messing with the boot options in msconfig, as you could easily render the system as unbootable, or only using some of your memory or cores. There are options 99% of the people configure in System Properties anyway one a clean install, and this is one that should be done right away on a non-server.

The only way to change automatic reboots in msconfig is to dig your way into the System Properties anyway. If you are changing it somewhere else, or through another very very careful.
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15 Jul 2010   #24
mohammed yasser

windows 7

i think you better to but Ati Redeon HD at least 5750 for good gaming ati better for amd motherboard
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15 Jul 2010   #25
Mellon Head

Win 7 Pro x64/Win 10 Pro x64 dual boot

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DeaconFrost View Post
Secondly, to clear up some info, the motherboard determines support for the video card, but you also need to make sure your PSU can handle it as well. It has nothing to do with the processor, if compatibility is your question.

If performance is your question, then it depends on what you are doing, and what games you are playing, to determine the bottleneck.
Just to expand on that, the usual motherboard bottleneck is the Northbridge and HTT speed on an AM2/AM2+ system, since the bulk of the graphics information passes to and from the CPU through the NB. In an AM2 chip like the 6000+ the HTT link speed is only 1000 MHz, and it limits the effective amount of information passing through the NB.

With a chip that tends to run quite warm like the 6000+, overclocking the FSB and HTT link to get better performance isn't the greatest idea, due to the heat problems if it is a Windsor core. OCing an 89 Watt 6000+ Brisbane core is tricky, as well, because of the notorious core temp diode problem, giving false core temps. It probably isn't worth the effort for someone without a bit of overclocking experience.

A newer video card with a better GPU is probably the best low cost solution, IMHO, though I would get too extravagant in terms of $$$ with that either, since the CPU to NB transfer speed will still limit the overall bandwidth.
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16 Jul 2010   #26

Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit

guys thanku thanku for the infos u guys help me out alot bout i got 1 question how do i disbale the bluescreen
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