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October 20, 2013 3:08:03 AM

Cpu: AMD FX-6300 3.50 GHz
Motherboard: ASUS M5A78L LE
Gpu: Radeon HD7850 DC2OC 2GDDR5
Ram: 4gb kingston 1600 MHz
OS: Windows 7 Professional (SP3) X64
October 20, 2013 3:16:43 AM

Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 
October 20, 2013 3:19:24 AM

Overclock your CPU and GPU.
Get a decent cooler.
Upgrade your ram to 8GB.
You are ready to go.
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October 20, 2013 3:26:39 AM

VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 
October 20, 2013 3:28:10 AM

IAMEXTREME said:
Overclock your CPU and GPU.
Get a decent cooler.
Upgrade your ram to 8GB.
You are ready to go.


:D 
October 20, 2013 3:45:56 AM

miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 
October 20, 2013 3:46:47 AM

VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD
October 20, 2013 3:49:53 AM

miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD


im 14.... okey well....stick with that build. you would be able to play bf4 on good graphics... but like i said the 7870 and 7950 will last pretty long on 720p ;)  also upgrade your ram later with another 4GB!

October 20, 2013 4:05:10 AM

VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD


im 14.... okey well....stick with that build. you would be able to play bf4 on good graphics... but like i said the 7870 and 7950 will last pretty long on 720p ;)  also upgrade your ram later with another 4GB!



am i going to be able to play bf4 and watch dogs with 4gb of ram? cuz on game debate it says 6 gb minimum :( 
October 20, 2013 8:15:03 AM

miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD


im 14.... okey well....stick with that build. you would be able to play bf4 on good graphics... but like i said the 7870 and 7950 will last pretty long on 720p ;)  also upgrade your ram later with another 4GB!



am i going to be able to play bf4 and watch dogs with 4gb of ram? cuz on game debate it says 6 gb minimum :( 


what do you mean with "watch dogs?" anyway, 2 x 4GB Ram is better and wont bottleneck your system. Games work lot better with dual ram slots
October 20, 2013 8:28:04 AM

VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD


im 14.... okey well....stick with that build. you would be able to play bf4 on good graphics... but like i said the 7870 and 7950 will last pretty long on 720p ;)  also upgrade your ram later with another 4GB!



am i going to be able to play bf4 and watch dogs with 4gb of ram? cuz on game debate it says 6 gb minimum :( 


what do you mean with "watch dogs?" anyway, 2 x 4GB Ram is better and wont bottleneck your system. Games work lot better with dual ram slots


whatch dogs is a game dont you know it ? :D 
October 20, 2013 8:36:12 AM

miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD


im 14.... okey well....stick with that build. you would be able to play bf4 on good graphics... but like i said the 7870 and 7950 will last pretty long on 720p ;)  also upgrade your ram later with another 4GB!



am i going to be able to play bf4 and watch dogs with 4gb of ram? cuz on game debate it says 6 gb minimum :( 


what do you mean with "watch dogs?" anyway, 2 x 4GB Ram is better and wont bottleneck your system. Games work lot better with dual ram slots


whatch dogs is a game dont you know it ? :D 

O, i just now bf4 not that game but anyway you will be able playing it but 8GB ram wil just do better...id suggest getting 4gb ram now and after a month or so get another 4gb...your just going to need to spair a little bit of money ;) 
October 20, 2013 8:43:41 AM

VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
miranche1 said:
VeTeRen ThoR said:
Its good but you won't be able to max bf4 and newer games.... what resolution you are going to play on? Give some more info and i might be able to help more ;) 


720p i think, i saw much videos on youtube playing bf4 beta with fx 6300 and hd7850 2gb on high :D 

On 720p you would do pretty good on that card and cpu... also note that fx 6300 will last very long on that reso! anyway for gaming you will look for a great GPU so if you are going to buy your system try streching to the 7870 or 7950 the 7950 will last extremely long on 720p! and you will be able to max bf4 then ;) 


im 13 i dont have money for 7870 or 7950 xD


im 14.... okey well....stick with that build. you would be able to play bf4 on good graphics... but like i said the 7870 and 7950 will last pretty long on 720p ;)  also upgrade your ram later with another 4GB!



am i going to be able to play bf4 and watch dogs with 4gb of ram? cuz on game debate it says 6 gb minimum :( 


what do you mean with "watch dogs?" anyway, 2 x 4GB Ram is better and wont bottleneck your system. Games work lot better with dual ram slots


whatch dogs is a game dont you know it ? :D 

O, i just now bf4 not that game but anyway you will be able playing it but 8GB ram wil just do better...id suggest getting 4gb ram now and after a month or so get another 4gb...your just going to need to spair a little bit of money ;) 


:D 
October 20, 2013 10:34:09 AM

As i said:

Quote:
Overclock your CPU and GPU.
Get a decent cooler.
Upgrade your ram to 8GB.


This will be the simplest solution to all your problems.
October 20, 2013 10:41:00 AM

IAMEXTREME said:
As i said:

Quote:
Overclock your CPU and GPU.
Get a decent cooler.
Upgrade your ram to 8GB.


This will be the simplest solution to all your problems.


im a newbie i dont know anything about overclocking :/  and whats that turbo boost i see at title e.x. amd fx 6300 3.5GHz (4.1 Ghz turbo) ? xD
October 20, 2013 10:41:58 AM

LEARN, that's the fun part :) 
October 20, 2013 10:44:46 AM

IAMEXTREME said:
LEARN, that's the fun part :) 


link? :D 
October 20, 2013 10:51:39 AM

Youtube my friend... Youtube :)  Search... There are Hundreds of good guides out there :) 
October 20, 2013 10:56:31 AM

IAMEXTREME said:
Youtube my friend... Youtube :)  Search... There are Hundreds of good guides out there :) 


whats turbo? does it turn on automatically ? :D 
October 20, 2013 10:58:07 AM

Yes.
October 20, 2013 12:26:11 PM

well i still cant understand what does it do ? -.-
October 20, 2013 2:28:18 PM

Talking about the intel Turbo boost:
Quote:
Intel Turbo Boost Technology is activated when the Operating System (OS) requests the highest processor performance state (P0).

The maximum frequency of Intel Turbo Boost Technology is dependent on the number of active cores. The amount of time the processor spends in the Intel Turbo Boost Technology state depends on the workload and operating environment.

Any of the following can set the upper limit of Intel Turbo Boost Technology on a given workload:

Number of active cores
Estimated current consumption
Estimated power consumption
Processor temperature
When the processor is operating below these limits and the user's workload demands additional performance, the processor frequency will dynamically increase until the upper limit of frequency is reached. Intel Turbo Boost Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage current, power, and temperature to maximize performance and energy efficiency. Note: Intel Turbo Boost Technology allows the processor to operate at a power level that is higher than its rated upper power limit (TDP) for short durations to maximize performance.
Link


The same is with the GPU.
October 20, 2013 2:34:26 PM

IAMEXTREME said:
Talking about the intel Turbo boost:
Quote:
Intel Turbo Boost Technology is activated when the Operating System (OS) requests the highest processor performance state (P0).

The maximum frequency of Intel Turbo Boost Technology is dependent on the number of active cores. The amount of time the processor spends in the Intel Turbo Boost Technology state depends on the workload and operating environment.

Any of the following can set the upper limit of Intel Turbo Boost Technology on a given workload:

Number of active cores
Estimated current consumption
Estimated power consumption
Processor temperature
When the processor is operating below these limits and the user's workload demands additional performance, the processor frequency will dynamically increase until the upper limit of frequency is reached. Intel Turbo Boost Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage current, power, and temperature to maximize performance and energy efficiency. Note: Intel Turbo Boost Technology allows the processor to operate at a power level that is higher than its rated upper power limit (TDP) for short durations to maximize performance.
Link


The same is with the GPU.


god you dont understand :/ 
October 20, 2013 2:39:08 PM

miranche1 said:
IAMEXTREME said:
Talking about the intel Turbo boost:
Quote:
Intel Turbo Boost Technology is activated when the Operating System (OS) requests the highest processor performance state (P0).

The maximum frequency of Intel Turbo Boost Technology is dependent on the number of active cores. The amount of time the processor spends in the Intel Turbo Boost Technology state depends on the workload and operating environment.

Any of the following can set the upper limit of Intel Turbo Boost Technology on a given workload:

Number of active cores
Estimated current consumption
Estimated power consumption
Processor temperature
When the processor is operating below these limits and the user's workload demands additional performance, the processor frequency will dynamically increase until the upper limit of frequency is reached. Intel Turbo Boost Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage current, power, and temperature to maximize performance and energy efficiency. Note: Intel Turbo Boost Technology allows the processor to operate at a power level that is higher than its rated upper power limit (TDP) for short durations to maximize performance.
Link


The same is with the GPU.


god you dont understand :/ 


Quote:
When the processor is operating below these limits and the user's workload demands additional performance, the processor frequency will dynamically increase until the upper limit of frequency is reached. Intel Turbo Boost Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage current, power, and temperature to maximize performance and energy efficiency.
INCREASING CLOCK RATE

Gosh! you don't understand!
October 20, 2013 2:58:43 PM

IAMEXTREME said:
miranche1 said:
IAMEXTREME said:
Talking about the intel Turbo boost:
Quote:
Intel Turbo Boost Technology is activated when the Operating System (OS) requests the highest processor performance state (P0).

The maximum frequency of Intel Turbo Boost Technology is dependent on the number of active cores. The amount of time the processor spends in the Intel Turbo Boost Technology state depends on the workload and operating environment.

Any of the following can set the upper limit of Intel Turbo Boost Technology on a given workload:

Number of active cores
Estimated current consumption
Estimated power consumption
Processor temperature
When the processor is operating below these limits and the user's workload demands additional performance, the processor frequency will dynamically increase until the upper limit of frequency is reached. Intel Turbo Boost Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage current, power, and temperature to maximize performance and energy efficiency. Note: Intel Turbo Boost Technology allows the processor to operate at a power level that is higher than its rated upper power limit (TDP) for short durations to maximize performance.
Link


The same is with the GPU.


god you dont understand :/ 


Quote:
When the processor is operating below these limits and the user's workload demands additional performance, the processor frequency will dynamically increase until the upper limit of frequency is reached. Intel Turbo Boost Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage current, power, and temperature to maximize performance and energy efficiency.
INCREASING CLOCK RATE

Gosh! you don't understand!


Can't.... stop... laughing!

Seriously though, listen to the man/woman, it might be worth looking into OC and the like if you're wanting to run cheaper parts.
It makes them significantly better.
!