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Windows 7: is overclocking safe for my pc

23 Nov 2011   #41
Ivan the SoSo

windows 10 pro 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bigdog2626 View Post
But just because it's cheap doesn't mean it lacks quality or high performance, and you will find it to be capable of playing all of the latest games now and into the near future. The amount of bang for your buck you get with this particular build is quite astounding, it could easily outperform many full-built computers that are twice the price
is that true
Not saying that is not a good build....even though some of the prices are lower than you can get now, (the 955 is $125 now)....

I guess if the money was spent foolishly it could out do a box twice it's price....but for a extra $587 you could get a 580 GTX, 700 watt psu, 6 core PhII, 8 gigs ram, and a 64 gig SSD boot wouldn't even be close....

The budget allows what the budget allows....and few people's budget gets better around the holidays....A better video card would help...

If you plan on building a system, you might buy the parts a few at a - Ballistix sport 2GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 Desktop Memory Model BL25664BA1339 I don't think ram will go much lower:)....Sign up for the E-mail offers and check the site frequently, offers pop up all the time.....

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28 Dec 2011   #42

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit

i might be forced to upgrade the gpu
so what gpu would my mobo and the psu support
are even if any one could take a look at the thread i posted and give some feed back R help that would be nice thanks

R even this gpu
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29 Dec 2011   #43

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit ZOTAC TurboCache GeForce 9600 GT 256MB (512MB TC) 128-bit GDDR3 (650MHz/1400MHz) Graphics card ZT-96TEQ3P-FDL: Electronics
well there is a gpu i found that was cheap and maybe im able to get
but would it work on my mobo,psu and to stop this god forsaken glitch
for some reason im only able to use my pc in safe mode ????

R even one of these from smarteyeball's post #32
Something like the ATI 5770 or nvidia GTS 250 should run comfortably on that PSU. Neither require that much Amps or wattage.
XFX Radeon HD 5770 Graphics card - 1 GB - GDDR5 SDRAM

GALAXY GeForce GTS 250 Graphics card - 1 GB - DDR3 SDRAM
theres 2 more
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29 Dec 2011   #44

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit

haha lol got it working im thinking by taking out the gpu
now i got 2
uninstall the current drivers you just installed go get the latest ones and reinstall them and see if that solves the problem
still might need to get a gpu because it looks like a capsule on the gpu is open
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