Originally Posted by kipabc123
o_O You clearly have no idea what you're talking about. That's like suggesting getting 64gb of RAM on a 32bit OS. Completely ****ing pointless as the system can't make use of the resources. Looks good on paper, but anyone who understands the mechanics of resource allocation will look at it and laugh, knowing you wasted your money.
Also, alchemy has NOTHING to do with ANYTHING PC related, but sure, it's pure alchemy alright. In other words, your comment is pure B.S.
He never mentioned anything about clockspeed on his CPU, so how you can tell whether he's decided to O.C. his processor or not is beyond me. And how you factor that into the mobo's ability to "handle" additional resources it can't make use of is also a mystery, but don't mind me, I'm just certified to build computers for companies for a decent salary...
Let me put this into simple terminology so that we can understand each other: Being able to plug a card into a motherboard does not mean it is the most efficient card for that system, whether it's using a standard clockspeed or above, nor whether it takes an additional 4-pin power connector from the PSU or not. All it means, is that the card is built with the form-factor of said card in mind (I.E. PCI-e x16 in most cases). Form-factor != (not equal) most efficient nor most cost effective solution for a graphics card upgrade.
not beening funny but if u cant read the simple thing that i said " eg Intel Core i5 2500K 3.30ghz "not oc"
Asus P8H67-M LE i said my mobe model i said my my cpu model and my cpu speed and that its not been OC but no u dont listen and give
s**T fotr what he said . look gtfo out my thread .u sound like u reading it from a script