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Totally off-topic, and you might want to ask that in a more-relevant forum. But to the best of my knowledge, as long as your gamepads are USB-based, there should be no limit to the number that you could use with software that can use even one of them. Anything else would be a limitation built into the software itself.
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My apologies for asking here but thanks for your reply
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Hey guys as you know my system by now i have this card on the way Gt630 ddr5 2gb 128 bit can i use it with my system, need feedback asap.
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Im not looking for super gaming
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Hey guys as you know my system by now i have this card on the way Gt630 ddr5 2gb 128 bit can i use it with my system, need feedback asap.

Yes, your mobo should have the required PCIE x16 slot and the GPU should not require extra power from the PSU
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Thanks alot you guys rock,will get back to you with feedback
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Eh, the 65nm process was immature when Brisbane launched. Most people had better luck with Windsors, especially those pushing past 3 GHz. My Brisbane wouldn't go past 3.2 GHz, while many Windsors could do more.

just wonder smile.gif, are we talking late run windsor 6xxx series? because yes i had a 6000 that would reach nearly 3.4g.


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just wonder smile.gif, are we talking late run windsor 6xxx series? because yes i had a 6000 that would reach nearly 3.4g.


ud

Yeah, those. They got pretty cheap before Phenom came out, too.
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Thanks for the reply about my gpu gt630 is running awesome ,cpu sucks though ,else i could have played even more later games,but im happy
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That is some ancient history right there. Chuy mostly has it right. The Windsors do OC better than Brisbane, though, so be glad you've got one of those.

What you want is to follow an "isolate and consolidate" strategy. It's similar to what you do with newer AMD CPUs, but not entirely.

Here is an old guide you could follow:

http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=1077&highlight=isolate+consolidate

There may be similar information in the archives of OCN. Poke around and see what you can find.

If you are willing to tell us what are your BIOS settings @ 2.4 GHz, maybe we can help you ourselves.

The brisbane were the better clockers.

http://www.overclock.net/t/196285/brisbane-vs-windsor/0_100

The X2 3600+ brisbane had more cache and higher overclock potential.

I think once you get into the x2 5xxx the windsor had more cache and clocked a little better
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