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  1. Hey so i am confused as hell having not bought a computer in forever. I am going to start doing video editing / gaming and use either Adobe premier pro cs6 or sony vegas pro 12. My main concern is what graphics card or processor should i get. this is what ive come up with so far, i am not sure if i need a better video card cause stupid adobe has a limited list and none of the ones at this site are on it. so maybe it anything i want to know if its good enough for sony vegas. cause the video card reviews are so back and forith, some say overheating some say dont run their games. thank you for any help. http://www.ibuypower.com/Store/Fall_B85_Special/w/191014 Processor 1 x Intel
  2. Hello, This is the first computer that I've built, and I'm having problems to overclock this processor ... I can make it stable at 4.3 with Vcore offset of -0015 and +0012 in the Additional Turbo Voltage. However, if I try to put 45 or even 44 in multi, windows does not load, it gets stuck on the screen that shows the Windows logo (windows 7 x64). Anyone have any tips, or can assist me in any way? I would really like to use 4.5GHz 24/7. Thank you!
  3. I am going to replace my Sempron 140 which is unlocked to Athlon II x2 4400e. But before removing it or replacing anything, do I need to reset the BIOS? Because I remember that unlocking increases voltages or something. I am a bit new to unlocking. I thought of this problem right after disassembling the whole thing. Bottomline: Do I need to reset the BIOS (because it unlocked the Sempron 140) before replacing a new processor? I have a BIostar A780L mobo.
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    Assassin's Creed 3 Recommended PC Build

    Hello guys. I have these specs Win 7 Ultimate 32-bit Biostar A780L Mobo AMD Phenom II x4 965 (planning to buy) AMD Radeon HD 6750 1.5GB Memory: 2GB of RAM I tried to play Assassin's Creed 3 but as soon as I got off the boat(landing to Boston), I have been experiencing heavy lag and low fps. Currenlt, I have an unlocked AMD Athlon II X2 4400e (Sempron 140 before )processor. I thought that this low-end processor might have caused the problem. So, I decided to upgrade it along with the generic PSU. But I have read some forums saying that the game was poorly optimized. Even for the high-end PC builds had terrible problems. It seems that it cause quite a rage to fans and the players. But it seems everything runs well on the multiplayer. Is this true? Plus, it seems ubisoft is really ignoring this issue. It's almost 3 months and there is no news so far. I have a friend that has an i7 laptop. He said he gets to play it smoothly he had these specs MSI (GT780Dx-i7385+) i7 2630M , 8Gb, 500Gb, GTX 570M 3.0Gb GDDR5 Do I have any hope on playing this game smoothly? By smoothly, I do not mean extremely-silky-smoothly. Smoothly like normal will be more than enough for me. Thanks for your help.
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