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Please check if im good to go !!!
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(05-10-2009, 05:38 PM)Saiki Wrote:
(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

Ok, i'll give it a try on God Of War after i get the disc.
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#12
i Dl that Nvidia tool but i can't install and said that it need something like nforce....i think my MB is hopeless on OCAngry

i think this tool is only for the motherboard that have Nvidia chipset on it...
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#13
(05-09-2009, 12:41 PM)nezomega Wrote: 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
you're definatley good to go. overclock ur cpu a bit if you can and that will give you a boost. Also you have a border gfx -- if you can, 8800gt or better will increase performance by a huge amount or Radeon 4850
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(05-11-2009, 04:01 PM)blaze_spirit Wrote: i think this tool is only for the motherboard that have Nvidia chipset on it...

possibly, donno. I have an nForce board
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OK, finally i got God Of War on hand and tried it, but the result is only half of full speedBlink, i think that my card hit it bottleneckSad

i can get a better fps when using software modeOhmy ( but not much )
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