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Please check if im good to go !!!
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Ive just downloaded and configured Pscx2's latest emulator, and i have Final Fantasy X ready to run soon,..can u check plz if i will be good to go Smile

Pentium D® (2xCPUs) 3.00Ghz ea

2GB Ram

Geforce 8600 GT 512mb OverClocked

and also any useful information i may need

thanks
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(05-09-2009, 12:41 PM)nezomega Wrote: Pentium D® (2xCPUs) 3.00Ghz ea---Weak
2GB Ram---Good
Geforce 8600 GT 512mb OverClocked----Good

it's ready to run but don't expect full speed because of the CPU...
that reminds me in the start-up screen of Rohan Online has a logo of "Runs Great on Pentium D" but it's not certain 100%. still expected slow like flodded ppl in Einhorden.
Main Hub:i5-4670(3.4Ghz Factory Clocked),ATi Radeon HD7770(GDDR5+128-bit+1GB),Win 10 SL(x64),ASUS H8M-E,8GB DDR3 RAM
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(05-09-2009, 12:57 PM)tallbender Wrote:
(05-09-2009, 12:41 PM)nezomega Wrote: Pentium D® (2xCPUs) 3.00Ghz ea---Weak
2GB Ram---Good
Geforce 8600 GT 512mb OverClocked----Good

it's ready to run but don't expect full speed because of the CPU...
that reminds me in the start-up screen of Rohan Online has a logo of "Runs Great on Pentium D" but it's not certain 100%. still expected slow like flodded ppl in Einhorden.

well ill see how things go, and if its a little off, a few tweaks mite sort things, if not i mite over clock the cpus afterall i gotta a good heatsink fan..
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#4
U got a overclocked GPU, why don u also get the CPU O'Ced ?Tongue

I also wanna O'C my slowpoke E2200 but that stupid MB not support overclockingGlare
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#5
Core two duo's better than Pentium D..

A 2.5GHZ core 2 duo would beat his 3GHZ pentium D.
AMD Phenom II 940 @ 3.6GHZ, 4GB PC8500 @ 1100MHZ, 4870x2 @ Stock.
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(05-09-2009, 05:31 PM)blaze_spirit Wrote: U got a overclocked GPU, why don u also get the CPU O'Ced ?Tongue

I also wanna O'C my slowpoke E2200 but that stupid MB not support overclockingGlare
I have an e2200, it's not THAT slow you can use Nvidia tools with ESA to jump the E2200 to 2.44ghz without it crashing. with my new card I'm uninng God Of War at a FULL 60 frames a second, STOCK
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(05-09-2009, 06:48 PM)Saiki Wrote:
(05-09-2009, 05:31 PM)blaze_spirit Wrote: U got a overclocked GPU, why don u also get the CPU O'Ced ?Tongue

I also wanna O'C my slowpoke E2200 but that stupid MB not support overclockingGlare
I have an e2200, it's not THAT slow you can use Nvidia tools with ESA to jump the E2200 to 2.44ghz without it crashing. with my new card I'm uninng God Of War at a FULL 60 frames a second, STOCK

what is that tool ? do u mind posting the link ?Biggrin

Have u tried FF7: Dirge Of Cerberus on ur PC. I wanna play this game but only managed to get 13-15 fps... intro movie lag & sound also....Angry

Are u sure God of War can run at full fps on an E2200 @2.2 Ghz...?Glare
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#8
If you have a few bucks to spare... a E1400 @ ~$50 will give you loads more speed. Especially if you overclock it. Mine runs at 3ghz easily undervolted.

Pentium D's are just 2 Pentium 4's stuck together. They pump out heat like there's no tomorrow. Don't expect to get far OC'ing that.
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(05-10-2009, 08:45 AM)cyberfish Wrote: If you have a few bucks to spare... a E1400 @ ~$50 will give you loads more speed. Especially if you overclock it. Mine runs at 3ghz easily undervolted.

Pentium D's are just 2 Pentium 4's stuck together. They pump out heat like there's no tomorrow. Don't expect to get far OC'ing that.

juz for ur advise : if u want a gaming rig, spend more for better cpu like core 2 duo.
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(05-10-2009, 05:48 AM)blaze_spirit Wrote:
(05-09-2009, 06:48 PM)Saiki Wrote: I have an e2200, it's not THAT slow you can use Nvidia tools with ESA to jump the E2200 to 2.44ghz without it crashing. with my new card I'm uninng God Of War at a FULL 60 frames a second, STOCK

what is that tool ? do u mind posting the link ?Biggrin
Are u sure God of War can run at full fps on an E2200 @2.2 Ghz...?Glare

nvidia.com perhaps?

and yes,I am 100% sure
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