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Good PC, but sht quality

Discussion in 'Hardware and Software' started by DeltaØx, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. DeltaØx

    DeltaØx Member

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    Intel E5420 2.5 GHzs (2 Processors)
    6gbs of ram
    1.5tb of space
    Nvidia GeForce 750 TI
    Windows 7- 64 Bit

    I've tried to turn down my settings, but nothing seems to work
     
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  2. Jack Traid

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    I don't understand what this is supposed to be...
     
  3. Stiggy

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    Does not compute.
     
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  4. Kai

    Kai Retired Community Manager Premium Member

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    Do you run a workstation? If not why the hell would you need two processors.
     
  5. Stiggy

    Stiggy Community Management Forum Moderator Server Admin

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    You think he actually has two processors? I just assumed he didn't know what he was talking about.
     
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  6. DAWG

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    I have never heard of a 1.5 TB hdd.
     
  7. Kai

    Kai Retired Community Manager Premium Member

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    Well it's a quad core Xeon sooooooo...
     
  8. Lava_Master

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    I would recommend looking into what motherboard you have, and the CPU temps. Also, your CPU seems to be aging, like aging. Chronet always demands lots of power (BELIVE ME). I would recommend updating ur CPU as well as your motherboard. Idk how old it is, but it was launched in 2007, and ended in 2010. I would advise buying a intel code i7 7700k, or 6700k, not a big difference. Games usually depend more on clock speeds and not cores (unless you have dual core). But the 6700k is clocked at 4.0ghz at base and the 7700k is clocked at 4.2ghz base (you can always overclock). I would advise a new motherboard too, that would be a first. Later down the line, I would recommend saving for a gtx 1070 or 1080. Even though they cost more, for now they are one of the best bang for your buck. But as time goes on, these specs might change.
     
  9. RitzyStudios

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    Why would you need to buy an i7 for gaming.. the i5 6600k is just as good as the i7 6700k in games literally the only thing the i7 is better at is rendering and other things that use hyper threading, for a gaming build you are almost wasting 100 dollars just to have the i7. Also the gtx 1070 and 1080 are good but most people don't need those to play games, I'm currently using a 960 4gb and it runs almost all of my games ultra/high at 1080p, the only reason you would want to get one of those cards is if you have the money to waste on them or you have a higher resolution monitor like a 2k or 4k monitor.