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GO to user accounts and turn off UAC. And you right clicked the exe and run as admin too?

I right clicked ,byt i doesnt show the option run as admin.
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I right clicked ,byt i doesnt show the option run as admin.

Are you an admin of your pc and what OS are you running?
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Are you an admin of your pc and what OS are you running?

Yeah mate i m an admin ,im running 7 Pro.
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Yeah mate i m an admin ,im running 7 Pro.

Try turning off UAC cuz you've got some rights issues.
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I right clicked ,byt i doesnt show the option run as admin.


Try holding down the Shift key before you right-click.

 

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Try holding down the Shift key before you right-click.

 


Shift key just lets you choose run as different user iirc.
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Outcastt.. Great comparison. This find is going to cause ripples through the whole of OCN.
There are going to be some very disappointed 2500k owners.. especially after thinking its the best gaming CPU sad-smiley-002.gif

When I bought a 2600k, I *knew* back in January 2011, that this was going to happen.
But no one would have ever believed me (and I would have been branded a troll--hell I was flamed for wasting my money).
People have forgotten that I am also a veteran BF1942 and BF2 player. I REMEMBER how CPU intensive those two games were when they first came out. 64 player servers have ALWAYS needed as much CPU can you can throw at them. BF3 isn't as severely affected as BF2 and BF1942 were (unless you are using absurdly high resolutions with ultra settings), but I'm glad I saw this coming.

The people with 6 core cpu's are probably laughing in satisfaction right now.
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I finally installed and run Atiman.
Going to re-install the drivers.
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So the new 7950's really have me thinking now.
I'm about to build a new rig and I was going to go with 2 7970in crossfire. The problem is my PSU is only 750 watts which I don't think would be enough to power it. The Guru 3d review of the 7950's though says 700 watts is good for crossfiring them. All in all that would save me 100 bucks on the two video cards and about 200 bucks on a new PSU I wouldn't have to buy.
So what does overclock.net think? If I go xfire with 2 7970's it will cost me around $300 more then if I just xfire 7950's. Would the performance increase be worth it? Keep in mind I will be using a 120hz monitor.

Go with the 7970's if you have the dough. You can easily run crossfire 7970's with a quality 750w psu. I'm currently running a 2500k @ 4.5ghz and two overclocked 7970's on a corsair tx750 v2 psu. Zero issues.
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I am pretty sure. 750W is not enough for two 7970
krazyatom and I have problems with one overclocked 7970. He has 650W Corsair I have 700W Silverstone Strider Plus...
750W should be enough for one overclocked card in overclocker's machine

Actually, it is. As I mentioned in the post above, a QUALITY PSU such as one from Corsair will have zero issues while running crossfire 7970's. Even with a decent overclocking. I've been running both, with a relatively good OC of 1100/1500, for over a week with no problems.
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