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post #21 of 31
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The only difference is that his RAMs look that way (Kingston HyperX Blue 1333MHz) ///the picture is just for illustration

145

and mine

400

or could the my RAMs run slow due to being put in wrong slots?

I have them here

450

(in the blue slots, shouldnt they be put in the black slots?)

Someone told me that if the RAMs are in slots closer to CPU, they will run faster, is it true?

And should I force kernel to stay in RAM as it is written in the tutorial I attached?

And please could you tell me what is in the folder I have on disk D? It is called 7ff658d47d6d17cdc879bea02c989fe4 and it is locked, inside are more folders such as 1025, 1028, 1029, 1030...


Thank you for your time and Im sorry that I get on your back (I dont know if its right expression, I just wanted to say that Im sorry that I take your time)
post #22 of 31
It doesn't matter where you put the memory,

The memory that he has (HyperX) are probably better quality chips. Why are you saying sorry? If I didn't want to help i'd just ignore the thread biggrin.gif

Also that folder is probably the volume information or something, you shouldn't touch it.

And just leave windows as it is, there isn't any need to "Load up the kernel into memory"


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post #23 of 31
I'm using the Kingston HyperX and I put them in my blue slots, cuz the fan of the Hyper 212 blocks the other black slot, so I had no choice tongue.gif it doesn't matter, however it says "prefer black slots" in the motherboard manual though.
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post #24 of 31
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aha, thats why I was confused, because when I built PC for my friend, he told me that when his uncle who is programmer saw the PC put the RAMs on his Gigabyte Mobo closer to processor because it was written int he manual that way

I also thought that it doesnt matter, so Im happy that I was right smile.gif

And do I now have my PC in my subscription?
post #25 of 31
In order to get your system in your signature you need to go up to the top right of the page and hit rigbuilder......then you can start on a new rig.
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post #26 of 31
might be a problem with your CPU. mind posting your system specs?
post #27 of 31
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yes I put all the things in the rig builder already, thats why I dont know why it doesn show

my System:


Mobo= Intel DH57DD (uATX)
CPU= Intel Core i7 870 (2,93GHz, I didnt overlocked it yet) - FSB is 133MHz
CPU Cooler= Noctua NH-U12P-SE2
GPU= Sapphire Radeon HD6950 (with no BIOS switch frown.gif )
RAM= 2x2GB Kingston 1333MHz (CL9)
PSU= Cougar CMX700 (700 Watt)
Case= Coolermaster Elite 335
HDD= Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB


My yesterday experience: In Catalyst Control Centre I set up Antialiasing to Super Sample AA and I also set up Texture Quality from Performance to High Quality.
Then I played a game and after 20 minutes my GPU's temperature was 80 Celsius degrees. The game ran ok.
///I didnt overlock the GPU
Then I set up these setting back to normal and the temperature fell to max. 73 degrees... (after 2 hours playing)
Why? Do these settings affect the temperature as much?

And why my BIOS shows me that my case fans run at +-650 RPM? On the case of fans is written that their speed is about 1200RPM. How could I set up this? (Yes I have 2 fans set up on one 3pin connector on Mobo, is that the problem?
Edited by vychytraly - 11/25/11 at 4:02am
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And I also tried again to build my rig, do you see it in my signature now?
post #29 of 31
vy,

slow down. don't worry about wei and the ram. so long as the system is stable.

now, the gpu, set your fan in manual to 50% or higher depending on how much noise level you can tolerate. but i think your temps are fine.

when you start overclocking the cpu, then that is the time to take care of your ram. i would suggest creating a new thread for oc help (cpu).
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post #30 of 31
vychytraly, the problem why your games aren't running that well is that you're playing at a very low resolution that's normally used by accountants and office workers. biggrin.gif

In low resolutions CPU matters a lot, so your 6950's true shine would come out at resolutions 1680x1050 and up, where the GPU would really start doing some work.

I suggest you to buy (at least) a 21,5" monitor with 1920x1080 if you're interested in gaming. It should be around 100€, much less for a used one. thumb.gif
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