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GTA IV/EFLC Loves fast CPU's like already stated. Also be sure your running the latest Patches they make a HUGE difference
     
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everyone has issues with this game

im running i5 750 @ 4.4ghz and sli 480's and with everything on max the fps are not great
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Steam updates automatically, i just built my rig 2 weeks ago, my CPU seems more than enough for every other application idk if i should sell this CPU and buy another one...

Why isnt more load placed under then CPU?
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Take your HT Link back down to about 2000, overclocking it doesn't increase performance, it just makes it unstable and will decrease performance.
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yeah i had to buy a new mouse... if you are using a super low dpi mouse (microsoft basic optical mouse 6 years old...) then you have to pick up the mouse 10x over just to click play and navigate through the menus.

Also when im driving and using the hood view my mouse has a huge deadzone and its nearly impossible to aim and shoot as the mouse in very unresponsive. I plugged in a 2000dpi mini laptop mouse and it was significantly better but still bad. I also lowered the pre rendered frames to 0 and that fixed it a bit but its damn right impossible to aim from the hood view! Who else is having this problem?
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Originally Posted by ajw93;13529220 
Take your HT Link back down to about 2000, overclocking it doesn't increase performance, it just makes it unstable and will decrease performance.

why OC the HT link then :S ? I read to multiply the dram frequency by 3 and thats what your HT link should be at...

my friggin mobo is confusing as hell and i don't even manually adjust voltages i do it auto but oh well i guess thats ok.

I will put the HT link back to 2.0ghz and move the nb frequency now and tell you how it plays.
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Never OC the HT link tongue.gif If you increase the NB frequency that should make a difference too, I'd also suggest you change your voltages manually if you want it to be properly stable.
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Yeah GTA IV is really CPU dependent. with my thuban at stock 3.2ghz and a 6870 I get around 30 fps while driving at max speed while when the cpu is at 4.4ghz I hold 56-60 with VS. I'd be interested to hear how it handles mods as well.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ajw93;13529285 
Never OC the HT link tongue.gif If you increase the NB frequency that should make a difference too, I'd also suggest you change your voltages manually if you want it to be properly stable.

yeah i got confused tongue.gif i checked my BIOS i never did OC the htlink i was thinking GPU for some reason :S

HT link was at 2000mhz,

NB freq was at 2400mhz, anything more and it wouldn't boot.
Im going to turn off auto voltage and manually volt it to see if it will boot with higher nb freq then.

Does higher voltages lower processor life even if the temps are considered really low?
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Yeah they do but as long as you don't push the voltages too high, by the time it affected the cpu you'd be wanting a new one anyway. I think about 1.5V is the absolute max you should push the cpu to and that's only if you have really good cooling, but preferably keep the voltage as low as possible.
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