hey, i need some help with some Clocking i have been thinking of resently and i need help with how much i can overclock before it goes balck -.- i'll give my specs out so you might find a "stable" zone for me.
info: i bought the parts about 6 months ago and built it from scratch totaly new parts, exc. My Raptor drive 36GB.
OS: MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00GHz // it has been on 4.00GHz with watercooling.
Ram: Kingstone 2.0GB DDR2 x2 // ill soon get 2 more.
GPU:Nvidia Geforce GTX 260 896Mb DDR3 "GoldenSample".
MotherBoard: Asus P5Q SE2 // I FUC***G hate it -.- had some cool stuff on some old IDE-drives laying around.
Chassi: HAF 932 "BigTower".
Mouse:logitec G9 // Do Not Buy This Mouse Of Any Reasons It Is A Shame That They Made it!!
Mouse pad Steelseries Heavy // The Bigest.
1 WD 36 GB 10 000Rpm Raptor drive, sata.
1 WD 1TB Sata 3 Gb/s, 8MB Cache, 7500Rpm.
CPU-Cooler: CoolerMaster V8 180W.
PowerSupply: Corsair HX 750 Watt.
Please help me with this problem! and i got a nother problem FPS cs 1.6 -.- it's allways 99 to 100 and rapitly changeing is that normal? Thx in advance
As long as its not below 60 fps why care?
How do yo have a Asus P5Q SE2 with a Pentium 4 3.0GHZ? I think you listed the wrong CPU.
Playing games online, most will have limiters in place to cap the max FPS.
why i got that CPU?, ill say it quick i can make anything happen ^-^. i wasnt supposed to buy that mother board but i allready had the P4. it works fine.
i play cs and i got lagg problems and i think something is wrong with my G9 -.- i just gives no resistans and its so tiny and ill recommend this to pll playing Tetris -.- were you actualy dont need a working mouse -.-
and i have heard that many pro cs players use some supercfg stuff and some thing for their aim. i have used one of my friends computer on a lan and hes aim was so perfect and no lagg or fps drop constant 100. the same graphics as if he havent modifyed them some one know what they got i know that the cfgs improves skill and agility and graphics -.-
I was aware that they made Pentium processors for the LGA775, but I didn't know some used the actually Single-Core P4 modified from the 478 prescott! Now I see why it's called a P4, but why would someone buy something this slow a LGA775 motherboard? If anyone else is reading this, spend a little more money and at least get a Core 2 duo. I think dual core Celerons are actually better than a P4!
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