Originally Posted by veedubfreak
CPU bottlenecks usually happen at low resolutions. The higher the resolution, the more the video card becomes the focal point.
i would have to disagree.
when i OCed my CPU from 3.0GHz to 3.3GHz, i got a huge noticable performance increase in about everything; gaming had a small increase, like 10 fps more i would have to say, i game mostly on Hellgate: London, Dawn of War.
from that day on, i knew that my CPU was bottlenecking my very own graphics card's performance. So sue me, im just going with what i believe in in my own experience is all.
Right now, my computer down after i tried reinstalling Vista n was suggested by NosBoost to use gparted liveCD to get rid of some parition of my HDD that Vista cant seem to get rid of when formatting:
cant reinstall OS, error showing up!
im on this computer to repair it's problems to get the CD drive working, as well as the whole system thx to some missing/corrupted modules from past viruses. This computer is Windows XP Pro n yes i have a Windows XP Pro disc. Backed up everything in the last 3 days, because of constant use of this computer for homework, news, updated blogs - sites, etc. I'm gonna repair it today.