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Old 06-08-2008, 06:51 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Re: they're just....too much...

Originally Posted by nagasama View Post
i have an acer x243w 24".
ok i did a few more tests on COD4. when i uncap the frames in-game, i get 65-85 on average, everything maximum, one card. with SLI i get 125-145 on average.
sounds good to me.
i will test the other games if i ever quit playing COD4 lol...(new maps in the 1.6 patch...and it seems to have fixed that pesky iw3mp.exe problem, for me, anyway).
BTW, i just overclocked my processor to 3.3ghz using 276 x 12. which gives me a HT link of 1375mhz. dang. 1.4V.
trying to decide if i like it better like this or 206 x 16 (thats so BORING though, heh heh).
LMAO, you're going to get a king in your neck from having to actually turn your head with a bigger monitor!

and DANG, I can't get anything like that to work for me on my BE....3.26 is my max no matter what multi I put it on. Bah...

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