Problem solved. 32bit vs 64bit

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Morbuzka, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. =ECC=probex57

    =ECC=probex57 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    look under system and if you still can't find it download PC Wizard 2012.
    NOPE.AVI I have 4 GB ram and since I have a 32 bit system it only uses 3 GBs of it, and I play top tier games just fine.
     
  2. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    My CPU Freq. is ~2.1GHz
     
  3. hXcjedders

    hXcjedders Gaben's Own Aimbot

    If you don't upgrade that, you'll certainly want to make sure that you turn off all unnecessary programs before playing something graphically demanding.

    Off-topic - Does anyone use the physics cards that they came out with a few years back? I heard about em, but never knew if they were worth a buy.
     
  4. mohawkg2

    mohawkg2 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    Graphics card then right? You have a really good card?
     
  5. Pinker-tan

    Pinker-tan Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    I honestly don't see a difference between the two
     
  6. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    Probe? My CPU Freq. is ~2.1GHz... what where you saying about Phenom and stuff?
     
  7. mohawkg2

    mohawkg2 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    You could get a Phenom cpu. If Prob had guessed correctly
     
  8. =ECC=probex57

    =ECC=probex57 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    Alright,if you have a socket type 938 you can have a Quad core processor, if not, then you could upgrade to a high Dual core. If you could figure out what socket type you have I can help you.
    I have a Nvidia 450 GTS
     
  9. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    How do you figure out socket type?
     
  10. hXcjedders

    hXcjedders Gaben's Own Aimbot

    He was saying that you could possibly upgrade your chip to basically the top end for the chipset. Each motherboard has a certain chipset which matches a series of chips. Your chipset will be noted somewhere on the motherboard. You could not put just any chip in a motherboard, and seeing on how it's AMD, you would most likely not be able to put pentium chips in there (i say most likely because there may be some strange exception somewhere). Either way, you can only upgrade your chip so many times until they stop making chips for that chipset and you'll have to get a new motherboard after that if you wanna upgrade further.
     
  11. =ECC=probex57

    =ECC=probex57 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    Ok to make this simple Download PC Wizard 2012, and then click on the Processor icon and it will tell you under the support section.
     
  12. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    So, in order to upgrade from AMD to Intel i5 or i7, I have to change my motherboard?
     
  13. =ECC=probex57

    =ECC=probex57 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    Yes going from and AMD to an Intel would require a motherboard change
     
  14. =ECC=probex57

    =ECC=probex57 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    This is what it will look like:
    [​IMG]
     
  15. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    My Socket Type is Socket S1 (638), I might change motherboard to change to intel, however.
     
  16. mohawkg2

    mohawkg2 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    nice card
     
  17. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    Also, I'm guessing Mainboard on PC Wizard is Motherboard, and in that case, my Mainboard is "Toshiba Portable PC"
     
  18. =ECC=probex57

    =ECC=probex57 Gaben's Own Aimbot Contributor

    Steam:

    Wait are you using a laptop?
    Yeah this card gets me around.
     
  19. Morbuzka

    Morbuzka Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    Yeah....
     
  20. hXcjedders

    hXcjedders Gaben's Own Aimbot

    The only thing easy to replace on a laptop is RAM and hard drive, depending on laptop. You can easily break the crap outta em if you try to replace internal parts yourself.
     
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