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  1. You can preorder this game now!!!

     

    It's release date is November 10th 2009, that is what it says on amazon.

     

    http://www.amazon.com/Call-Duty-Modern-War...7473&sr=8-2

     

    It sounds like another great call of duty B:)

     

     

    I will keep it in mind but its not a must buy until I see it firsthand

     

    After playing COD2/3/4/5 its kinda boring me, same old same old, no doubt modern warfare stood out from the rest but at the end of the day its still fairly generic and unless modern warfare 2 is different I probably wont buy it, not saying its a bad game it will be great but its not for me anymore!

     

    I am way more interested in ARMA2 looks more realistic which is what I prefer


  2. Well im glad when i upgraded it was just before this stuff was starting

     

    and i wont upgrade anything until were out of it, i reckon my rig can last a fair while, i don't think the games will get rapidly demanding, over the next couple of years, not until new consoles come out anyway


  3. it is old for most people but a valid point

     

    Two+ GPU setups are mostly bought by enthusiasts or really high end gamers

     

    There is not the improvement you would expect although two+ card setups can handle AA better and probably some other effects too

     

    TBH these technologies are relatively new and they probably have a long way to go, there is lots of potential and in the future the gains will probably be a lot bigger, it might take a while until eventually multi gpu's become a standard but thats either not gonna happen or will take a long time speculation really only time will tell a very long time!


  4. i cant help you with overclocking but you need to give more information

     

    you need to tell us the processor model and brand/model of power supply would also be helpful

     

    also give some of your results can you overclock at all or just a little bit? what sort of cooling is on the processor, just the standard one or have you added another? how do you overclock it so someone can see if your doing it correctly! Has the BIOS been updated do you know if there is a newer version?

     

    Thanks


  5. ok i was kinda getting confused as to what he was already running after answering a post about a 1000W psu lawl

     

    but yes i agree it would be better to have higher than 520w but i would say 800w is still a bit overkill it really depends on what the prices are like

     

    I would go for 650w as i have already done ;) Corsair is good though!


  6. I can honestly say I don't remember the last time we had a power cut, it's pretty rare in the UK. Things may change however because in the next ten years we may be short of power generating capacity. Old power stations are due to shut down and lack of forward planning may leave us short. :blink:

     

    Cheers

     

    Paul

     

    i know but that's what i was getting at right there the average user doesn't need one, i cant remember the last power cut i had in the UK although i remember the opposite side of the street having a power cut and it was blacked out and we still had electricity ha lol


  7. :withstupid:

     

    Another happy Auzentech customer here :)

     

    The only time I've had trouble with drivers...was with Fallout 3 (it would crash when loading - but Vista only...I still can't play it in Vista).

     

    Fallout 3 is known for its persistence not to work, your not the only one i have managed to fix mine

     

    Check the bethesda forums and also go to tweakguides search google and find the fallout 3 pages, may have fixes and performance boosts for you, it helped me to stop crashing :)


  8. This is where it stands i think most people would say creative especially for gaming

     

    Now some people have said that had drivers problems with creative and its not so bad with ASUS but ASUS is not as good on the gaming front so i would say

     

    Creative = gaming

    ASUS = pretty much everything else lol

     

    TBH both are really good, check out the features of both on google and compare to what suits you


  9. I don't know dude, I've read that you need a lot more than 36A per card, so even if that PSU will put out more amps then stated it'll just burn the PSU out faster, and if it doesn't, it'll just crash every time you launch a 3d application. If you were just running one card I'd say that PSU was good enough because the Rails can draw the extra amps from the unused rails, but since you are going to be using all 4 rails you're really gonna be busting the balls on that PSU.

     

    the 850W PSU on the page you linked may be able to handle it, although I wouldn't put my money on it. I'd go with that 1000W one on the page, therefore you know you have enough power and won't kill your PSU as fast.

     

    my old 600W couldn't run my 2 Zotac 8800GT AMP! edition (G92) cards, so just going off that I'm pretty sure this 750 you are talking about won't run 4 RV770 GPUs

     

    you did say old though the 12v rails may have been weak

     

    Well lets look a it this way if you can afford to have a good quad and a quad 4870 setup then you can afford to get a 1000w PSU

     

    I think that sorts things out nicely?


  10. He has a 900, why would he go to a 300? 0_o

     

    If you liked the 900 at all, look at the Antec 1200. Basically just a full-tower 900.

     

    Just my two cents and if you read i said 'Of course your probably want something way bigger'

     

    also the 300 was released after the 900 just because it has a lower number doesn't mean its inferior


  11. don't use the CCC auto clock, overclock manually in small increments and test with ati tool artifact scanner for at least 10minutes to check for artifacts, check your temps too, i don't advise flashing the GPU BIOS either unless you know what your doing.


  12. I think you may have the upgrade bug!

     

    Think just one second do you have money to spare like throw out the window? If you don't then this upgrade will not improve your performance

     

    IF YOU DO! Then lucky you :P, the 9800GTX+ you have is better than the 4850 at least it is now with the flurry of nvidia drivers lately, although 4850 is great and i have one i wish i had got a 9800GTX+ now, the drivers from ATI lately haven't been there best. You may also want to keep an eye on the EVGA voltmodding tool, it only works with GTX cards atm but i think they will add compatibility for the 9800GTX+ which means you could raise your voltage and therefore clocks speeds giving you a mighty overclock and you would be far ahead against the 4850!

     

    If you just want to upgrade so randomly even with a good system why not go the whole way and upgrade to i7 lawl?


  13. If it's high quality, like an Antec Signature, you may be fine.

    Random fact I heard: Someone on this forum once said that someone tested the 850 watt Antec Signature, and it put out 1k easy lol

     

    Some can output more wattage than advertised but this really isn't advised and your unlikely to sustain a load higher than advertised without damaging or reducing the PSU lifetime


  14. nice but I'm sure you could tidy that case up even more :P

     

    and also please put the fan shroud back on your 9800GTX your seriously losing cooling with it off

     

    the air from that small fan will struggle to reach the heatsink efficiently plus the exhausted air wont exit the case as well, you need the shroud on!

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