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Thank you, Cyph3r. Now I am able to point out one more Minimum System Requirement for Call of Duty: Black Ops:

An 8600 GTS. Why am I pointing this out? Because the 9400 GT is noticeably inferior to it (15.0 FPS from the 9400 GT as compared to 32.4 FPS from the 8600 GTS, and that's only in Call of Duty 4).

For the last time: I refuse to help you overclock this CPU because you will not get what you are expecting from it! The only way to get what you are after here is by upgrading to a better video card.


Edit: Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare's minimum system requirements in the Video Card section calls for at least a GeForce 6600 or better. CoD 4 World at War's calls for at least a 6600 GT or better. Compare this to Black Ops calling for an 8600 GTS or better. The difference is huge.
Edited by TwoCables - 10/12/11 at 5:36am
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I think I'm finally done updating my most recent post. I apologize for it being so different from its original.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Thank you, Cyph3r. Now I am able to point out one more Minimum System Requirement for Call of Duty: Black Ops:

An 8600 GTS. Why am I pointing this out? Because the 9400 GT is noticeably inferior to it (15.0 FPS from the 9400 GT as compared to 32.4 FPS from the 8600 GTS, and that's only in Call of Duty 4).

For the last time: I refuse to help you overclock this CPU because you will not get what you are expecting from it! The only way to get what you are after here is by upgrading to a better video card.


Edit: Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare's minimum system requirements in the Video Card section calls for at least a GeForce 6600 or better. CoD 4 World at War's calls for at least a 6600 GT or better. Compare this to Black Ops calling for an 8600 GTS or better. The difference is huge.

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Thank you, Cyph3r. Now I am able to point out one more Minimum System Requirement for Call of Duty: Black Ops:

An 8600 GTS. Why am I pointing this out? Because the 9400 GT is noticeably inferior to it (15.0 FPS from the 9400 GT as compared to 32.4 FPS from the 8600 GTS, and that's only in Call of Duty 4).

For the last time: I refuse to help you overclock this CPU because you will not get what you are expecting from it! The only way to get what you are after here is by upgrading to a better video card.


Edit: Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare's minimum system requirements in the Video Card section calls for at least a GeForce 6600 or better. CoD 4 World at War's calls for at least a 6600 GT or better. Compare this to Black Ops calling for an 8600 GTS or better. The difference is huge.
yea minimum system requirements are terrible to compare to though, I typically compare to recommended because if you want real good graphics, that's where to look for. And this guy that wants to overclock doesn't understand that overclocking the CPU only does very minor performance upgrades and it has to be a significant upgrade. Upgrading the GPU is the best way to increase FPS in a game

when I had an E5200, I overclocked it from 2.5GHz to 3.4GHz and yet my performance only increased a little. But when I went from an HD 5770 to an EVGA GTX 570 Classified, my performance at minimum, doubled.
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just change you cpu clock to 250.
then you will get speed of 3.26 ghz.
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