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Old 03-04-2008, 07:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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2 words for you... CPU Bottleneck
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overclock ur cpu a bit... it should help you.... but s939 to AM2 is almost NO performance boost.. when comparing 3800x2 to 3800x2
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overclock ur cpu a bit... it should help you.... but s939 to AM2 is almost NO performance boost.. when comparing 3800x2 to 3800x2
I've already overclocked my 3800x2, I oc'd it to 2.4ghz, from 2.0. So I think that I won't have that much of a bottleneck, if any. And I'm pretty sure that the 3850 will give a pretty good boost in performance.
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