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1 Hello lobsters. 1 Hello lobsters.
2 I have (finally) decided to upgrade my gaming rig. But, since i neither cant afford a decent 1k euro pc yet, nor I want to spend 500 euro on medicore pc for just not to be able to buy 1k one later, i decided i will upgrade my old 2007 pc just for now... 2 I have (finally) decided to upgrade my gaming rig. But, since i neither cant afford a decent 1k euro pc yet, nor I want to spend 500 euro on medicore pc for just not to be able to buy 1k one later, i decided i will upgrade my old 2007 pc just for now...
3 1st thing i did was upgrading RAM from 2GB (system alone was eating 3/4 of it, lol) to 6GB (lord praise good old cheap DDR2, i got it for like 10€) and connecting 2nd HDD to sperate system from games phisicaly. They run quite well at 45-50mbps, considering they are from 2006 and 2007... 3 1st thing i did was upgrading RAM from 2GB (system alone was eating 3/4 of it, lol) to 6GB (lord praise good old cheap DDR2, i got it for like 10€) and connecting 2nd HDD to sperate system from games phisicaly. They run quite well at 45-50mbps, considering they are from 2006 and 2007...
4 Now I noticed my CPU is quite often at 80-90%. I need to upgrade it too, but unfortunately my geek skillz are too low to cope with the task. And so i Ask for your help 4 Now I noticed my CPU is quite often at 80-90%. I need to upgrade it too, but unfortunately my geek skillz are too low to cope with the task. And so i Ask for your help
5 My motherboard is Intel Abit IP 35 (or was it 35 IP?). Ive read its compatible with Core 2 Duo (ive got 2.33ghz e6550 now), core 2 Quad and core 2 Extreme series. But ive got no idea what it means precisely xD 5 My motherboard is Intel Abit IP 35 (or was it 35 IP?). Ive read its compatible with Core 2 Duo (ive got 2.33ghz e6550 now), core 2 Quad and core 2 Extreme series. But ive got no idea what it means precisely xD
6 Would any of you be kind enough to explain me what compatible CPU could I get without going too far with the price, and which would be betterer than Duo E6550? 6 Would any of you be kind enough to explain me what compatible CPU could I get without going too far with the price, and which would be betterer than Duo E6550?
7 Looking at list of those CPUs it would take me years to run through all the benchmarks... 7 Looking at list of those CPUs it would take me years to run through all the benchmarks...
8 Id apriciate any help. 8 Id apriciate any help.
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10 Also one more question. My power supply unit ( whatever its called in english) - i dont want to change that. Currently i belive i have this as my supplier unit [spoiler][img]https://obrazki. elektroda. pl/4636844500_1374924855. jpg[/spoiler][/IMG] But will it be enough if i change CPU? And how to determine it? Also it says its switchable. How do i switch it into more power if i need some? Do i just take another cord and plug it into wall socket while connecting the output end directly into the pc case? ( Just kidding) 10 Also one more question. My power supply unit ( whatever its called in english) - i dont want to change that. Currently i belive i have this as my supplier unit [spoiler][img]https://obrazki. elektroda. pl/4636844500_1374924855. jpg[/IMG] [/spoiler] But will it be enough if i change CPU? And how to determine it? Also it says its switchable. How do i switch it into more power if i need some? Do i just take another cord and plug it into wall socket while connecting the output end directly into the pc case? ( Just kidding)
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12 Ye, ye, ye, i know i should buy a new computer błah blah. 12 Ye, ye, ye, i know i should buy a new computer błah blah.
13 I need money now dont want to spend it on a computer i use once a week. 13 I need money now dont want to spend it on a computer i use once a week.
14 And you dont kill your old dog just becauae its barerly breathing ^^ 14 And you dont kill your old dog just becauae its barerly breathing ^^