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How do I get a screenshot of........
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ALL MY SPECS in my computer because I know half of it (but not by name because my brother just buildt this computer for me)

I want to know all my specs so I can maybe get help on running games and figureing out what settings to do.

The only thing I know for sure if 16 cores and i think 14 gigs but I cant say for sure.
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Download and use CPU-Z.

And as an alternative, you can type ' dxdiag ' in a command prompt.
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#3
Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Run >
In Run type "Dxdiag" without the quotes.
Different tabs shows information about different parts.

OR

Download and install a Free peice of Software called CPU-Z and GPU-Z.
It shows more detailed info about your cpu and gpu.
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#4
I... don't think you have a 16 core CPU.
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#5
[Image: Specs.jpg]

Any other images that can help people figure out what settings I could use.
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#6
Try the "memory" and "graphics" tabs.
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#7
[Image: specs2.jpg]

there you go
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#8
your pc is pretty decent, just enable the mtvu speedhack and leave everything else default
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#9
nevermind.
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(02-20-2014, 12:55 AM)refraction Wrote: your pc is pretty decent, just enable the mtvu speedhack and leave everything else default

I thought Bulldozer performs quite badly with pcsx2 ?
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Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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