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I don't want to get you sad, but that CPU is holding you back QUITE A LOT.

You may want to OC that beast to 4Ghz to see the real power of your HD6990.
    
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I don't want to get you sad, but that CPU is holding you back QUITE A LOT.

You may want to OC that beast to 4Ghz to see the real power of your HD6990.
Well, that is going to be really hard, considering whenever I OC this thing it gets too hot, and either bluescreens or crashes while its loading windows. It likes to climb to 35c is I bring the clock speed from 200MHz - 250MHz in the BIOS.
    
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Well, that is going to be really hard, considering whenever I OC this thing it gets too hot, and either bluescreens or crashes while its loading windows. It likes to climb to 35c is I bring the clock speed from 200MHz - 250MHz in the BIOS.
You really need an after-market cooler to clock that beast to 4Ghz.

You're really holding your 6990 back A LOT with those speeds mate.

I think that is your real problem.
    
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I am running one screen at 1920x1080 and it looks really nice but its not smooth at all its kinda laggy!!
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I am running one screen at 1920x1080 and it looks really nice but its not smooth at all its kinda laggy!!
The lower the resolution, the more bottleneck you'll have, since the lower the resolution, the CPU will have to work more.

You really have to get that CPU to 4Ghz if you want to unleash the power of that beast GPU you've got.
    
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I just got this super Vcard the other day after spending months saving up for a brand new computer to replace my aging... yuck Dell E521.
This is my first ever Gaming machine.
and my first test was in Second Life. talk about wow factor. had everything set to max and the sims just loaded super fast.
Best $700 i ever spent.
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Will I just order my XFX 6990
$699 on amazon. I only wish amazon was quicker at shipping things O well save me $35 off from newegg. I can't wait
post #298 of 4103
Is this enough to join the club till it gets here
post #299 of 4103
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Originally Posted by Borg Smurfette View Post
I just got this super Vcard the other day after spending months saving up for a brand new computer to replace my aging... yuck Dell E521.
This is my first ever Gaming machine.
and my first test was in Second Life. talk about wow factor. had everything set to max and the sims just loaded super fast.
Best $700 i ever spent.
Congratulations on your rig, that's a very nice PC you've built! Enjoy it!

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Will I just order my XFX 6990
$699 on amazon. I only wish amazon was quicker at shipping things O well save me $35 off from newegg. I can't wait
Congrats on your purchase!
    
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Congrats on your purchase!
Thanks, It should blow my 5770 Tri-Fire out of the water
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