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Guys, has anyone else noticed that windows 8 or 8.1 gives more crashes then win 7...? I has having a great time playing on Win 7, then I upgraded to win 8 and then 8.1 and the crashes where just making the game unplayable. everytime it crashed. Then installed again win 7 and problem solved.

Its wierd... but that happend to me. I still get one of two crashed here and there with win 7, but nothing like with win8+
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Overclock that 3770K. You'll notice it. I went from 2133 to 2666 and at 3.5Ghz it wasnt that noticeable but at 4.8Ghz you can definitely tell the difference.

I'll be OCing over thanksgiving so we'll see thumb.gif
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