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    Quote Originally Posted by obamaliar View Post
    don't you have that backwards? his cpu is a turd.
    pardon him...he's losing his mind due to the worry is that he might lose the Bulldozer bet

    @DrDeath; ryandigweed has the accent Pentium D 945

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    pardon him...he's losing his mind due to the worry is that he might lose the Bulldozer bet

    @DrDeath; ryandigweed has the accent Pentium D 945

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    Default Re: Gtx560

    Yup, the CPU is the bottleneck. OUCHIE! I am the turd....... I meant it that way though......... 2 would be disastrous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    2 would be disastrous.
    U bet...

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    Default Re: Gtx560

    Back to the topic. Will upgrading to the E7500 increase my FPS?.. if so, how much?..

    And how much will increase if i increase my ram to 2GB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandigweed View Post
    Back to the topic. Will upgrading to the E7500 increase my FPS?.. if so, how much?..

    And how much will increase if i increase my ram to 2GB?
    will the e7500 increase fps? yes it should how much? I have no idea and I doubt anyone would.

    how much increase with 2gb ram? some im sure but how much i have no idea

    In short your gaming is going to be night and day difference just from the video card change. Changing the cpu and overclocking it (because the e7500 oc's very well) will also help alot same with the ram I would suspect although not as much as the cpu. Hey maybe you will win some of the hardware in the give away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obamaliar View Post
    will the e7500 increase fps? yes it should how much? I have no idea and I doubt anyone would.

    how much increase with 2gb ram? some im sure but how much i have no idea

    In short your gaming is going to be night and day difference just from the video card change. Changing the cpu and overclocking it (because the e7500 oc's very well) will also help alot same with the ram I would suspect although not as much as the cpu. Hey maybe you will win some of the hardware in the give away.
    Hey, thanks for your input.. I heard it's a good processor to clock. How high do you recon the clock speeds would go to on air cooling?..
    One guy is selling his E7500 at a good deal, but he cleant the processor contacts with thinner, so they are slightly light now. Is there anything bad about that?

    About the giveaway, i wish i was that lucky, but im not.. lol and the mods already think im trolling out here.. so that's no good.. lol..

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    The E7500 should OC very good and perform allot better then the old D 945 you have. However in regards to cooling it would depend on the air cooler heatsink you have. You can get a good decent heatsink for about $20 to $30 bucks.
    I was using a Corsair H50 Air Cooler with my Overclocked Q8300 and under load my temps stayed at about 50c and idled at 30c. From what I have read online you can OC the CPU up to 3.5ghz + stable with no problems. Stock clock is 2.9ghz if I remember correctly.

    Upgrading ram will make a diff in performance, It will help speed things up. but don't do much in gaming. DDR2 Ram has dropped in price lately and might be able to find 4gb of DDR2 for under $40 bucks if you can catch places that have MIR.

    I personally wouldn't buy a processor that has been cleaned with thinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    The E7500 should OC very good and perform allot better then the old D 945 you have. However in regards to cooling it would depend on the air cooler heatsink you have. You can get a good decent heatsink for about $20 to $30 bucks.
    I was using a Corsair H50 Air Cooler with my Overclocked Q8300 and under load my temps stayed at about 50c and idled at 30c. From what I have read online you can OC the CPU up to 3.5ghz + stable with no problems. Stock clock is 2.9ghz if I remember correctly.

    Upgrading ram will make a diff in performance, It will help speed things up. but don't do much in gaming. DDR2 Ram has dropped in price lately and might be able to find 4gb of DDR2 for under $40 bucks if you can catch places that have MIR.

    I personally wouldn't buy a processor that has been cleaned with thinner.
    Got an EVGA Superclock CPU cooler.. hmm.. yeah ram i'll upgrade hopefully if i get a good processor.. ..

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