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Register now! if you are staying at 1080p then this is all you need, and that is including 1080p at 120hz monitors. Graphics card: VGA EVGA 01G-P3-1556-KR GTX550 TIR Flash card: flash 4G GSKILL FF-TSDG4GA-C4R Power Supply: Raidmax Hybrid 2 RX-630ss 630W Memory: 4Gx2 GSKILL F3-14900CL90-8GBXL Motherboard: GA-970A-D3 AM3+970R a lot have change Back to top Back to Hardware & Accessories · Next Unread Topic → 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear http://diskpocalypse.com/need-some/need-some-advice-on-upgrading.php

So far I've only had the sides of the case off a few times to blow the dust out off the cooling fans and off the circuit boards. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Kaikki oikeudet pidätetään. Privacy Policy | Legal | Steam Subscriber Agreement | Refunds KAUPPA Esittelyssä Tutki Kuraattorit Toivelista Uutiset Tilastot YHTEISÖ Etusivu Keskustelut Workshop Greenlight Kauppapaikka Suoratoistot TIETOJA TUKI Asenna Steam kirjaudu sisään |

i have most the plugins for it... fx-6300 (6 cores/3.5 ghz)http://store.steampowered.com #5 EuphoricShadow Näytä profiili Näytä viestit 30. This is an important step.

You want a system that will not need a total upgrade for some time. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Ah, that explains it. Back to top #4 Blackfoot Member The 1 Percent 140 posts Posted 09 January 2017 - 03:16 AM Hey fellas, thanks for the replies, I have about 400 bucks to spend,

Kaikki tavaramerkit ovat omistajiensa omaisuutta Yhdysvalloissa ja muissa maissa. Unless you got a slow or outdated cpu, it won't be an issue.Some further confirmation for you:Witcher 3: i5-2400/GTX 770/12gb ramhttp://store.steampowered.comDead Island Riptide i5-2400/GTX 770/12gb ramhttp://store.steampowered.comi5-2400 (4 cores/3.1 ghz) vs. Sacred_git Banned 13-Jun-2010 00:41 #11 Neurojazzsaid: I don't work for access - the TI snow is like 600.... An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.

Kaikki oikeudet pidätetään. So textures down and objects down will free up both CPU and GPU and you should see FPS boost. so my opinion is that Windows XP comes to the 1st place in the aspects of hardware support... Always makes sure that your power supply has the connectors required to accept any new hardware you might purchase.

I don't work for access - the TI snow is like 600.... I was thinking of getting a GTX 670 but then changed my mind when I recently checked that the 770 is much cheaper for some strange reason. marras, 2013 5.38Viestejä: 8 Aloita uusi keskustelu Keskusteluiden säännöt ja ohjeistukset Ilmoita tämä viesti SYY Huomio: Tätä tulee käyttää AINOASTAAN roskapostin, mainostamisen ja ongelmallisten (häirintää, tappelua tai sopimatonta kielenkäyttöä) viestien ilmoittamiseen. OS:Multiple (Windows/Mac) X-Plane user since : v9 Posted November 29, 2016 Upgrading your GPU may not get you where you want to be I suspect.  This CPU benchmark table shows that

These cores contain more than just registers--there are actually independent integer units, but they funnel floating point instructions to a shared FPU that can do "simultaneous multi-threading". have a peek at these guys I'm thinking up upgrading to 16 GB DDR 3 RAM, and upgrading to a 4 to 6 GB graphics card. you could stumble across a knob on the VST end and then assign that for a live performance/live recording.If the OP had asked for something to really experiment with sound, then I have a decent case and hard drive but from what you both are saying looks like just a new motherboard and CPU wont cut it.

I'll start with a GPU and RAM upgrade for a start and see how that goes. If the CPU is creating the stuff for the graphics card to then draw, shouldn't it be working harder than this? The main reason I don't like Intel is setting such low RAM limits in the BIOS. 512MB is *NOT* 'enough RAM' for modern computers, at least since 2k. check over here Then follow that by upgrading the CPU.

we'd all be leaving VSTs in a blink. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Edited December 9, 2016 by schultzy Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Vampire_T11 145 Member 145 232 posts Location:Tasmania Interests:Photography, messing about with computers, hang gliding,

Wondering if I should get a new processor too?

SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. If your current supply is below the requirements you should upgrade it before installing new hardware. Back to top #8 Tarl Cabot Member Sho-sa-ni 3,853 posts LocationImperial City, Luthien - Draconis Combine Posted 09 January 2017 - 06:47 PM Blackfoot, on 09 January 2017 - 03:16 AM, It would put him closer to also getting a newer GPU sooner, which might be a decent trade-off, but the way MWO eats up CPU cycles always makes me go with

Check out adverts.ie for 2nd hand synths too. So I guess the processor I have won't cause any bottleneck issues then.When it comes to ram I have 4GB SAMSUNG DDR3 DUAL-DDR3 1333MHz (2 X 2GB). Any advice. this content Both it and the 6600K have the same turbo speed, which means they'll be running the 1-2 threads/cores worth of X-Plane at probably the same speed.

Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Upgrading hardware first time need some advice This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. new midi controller currently using a 37key remote sl could do with the extra keys - wat im looking for there is just a quality basic midi keyboard with no controls Upon closer examination, it is a 2 "module" CPU, where each module has 2 "cores".

Sign in here. For a CPU like mine is there likely to be any appreciable performance gain in doing this? Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Back to top #7 xWiredx Member Elite Founder 1,717 posts Posted 09 January 2017 - 12:42 PM Flapdrol, on 09 January 2017 - 09:34 AM, said: I hear Kaby lake pentiums

Asus includes a backplate with their cards which add sturdiness and help keep it cool.For the psu make sure it says 80 plus bronze or better, don't get the cheap crap Just giving you an idea with brands I trust. It doesn't need to be a fancy overclocked version to get your most bang/buck. I haven't had an ASRock before, but they appear to have a fairly good reputation.

I'm after some thoughts on whether this will actually achieve what I'm trying to do, and suitable graphics cards. Good luck to Vampire_T11 ! Or even an ms202 But hey, what do i know - only spent most my life working in music shops and spending my life wages on music gear to get burned Modular is best, semi-modular is still good so you don't have wires everywhere.Your cpu isn't that old, it's only around 2 years old.

As Wigry suggested for more demanding sceneries I'll turn down various options in the sim until I get a decent frame rate. Back to top #14 Zuggernaut Member 17 posts Posted 17 January 2017 - 09:44 PM AdeptusMechanicus, on 09 January 2017 - 07:29 PM, said: I would start with the videocard, Go