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Oh, I am still recommending HD 7870, but I added the mention of HD 7950 because they can be had for about $50 more. Hence, "alternatively".
HD 7870 can only match up to stock GTX 580 / HD 7950, with overclock.
HD 7950 will beat stock HD 7970 / match up to GTX 680, with overclock.
For some, $50 more is worth that. For some, it isn't. So I gave two options for that part. :o
In a meanwhile...
We're on the page 25. Lock inc. How do we request it to be unlocked? D:
Neeevermind I totally misread that...
Edited by Altronix on 5/3/2012 2:05 PM PDT
alright so from what im reading on wikipedia, cross fire allows you to use multiple graphics cards , which i dont plan on using so is 500w still ok ?
Edited by Beachumx on 5/3/2012 2:37 PM PDT
It had the same issue on his computer, and his card behaved normally on mine. Time to RMA another card. I'm thinking about just buying a 7870 or 7950, dealing with these glitches and wait for it to come in, then RMAing this card, and eBaying it when it gets back. Not sure yet though. I'm pretty confident the card is bad.
And his PSU is from the brand synonymous with POS, Diablotek.
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Australian computer prices are through the roof compared with the US. My girlfriend wants to begin playing WoW with me and I've done some hunting for an affordable laptop for her for WoW. She does precious little else that will demand a better CPU, video card so purely based on WoW.
I've found this one: http://!*!%smith.com.au/product/XC7956/pavilion-dv6-6b02tx-notebook.jsp
Will that play the game well enough? Don't need anything earth shattering just very playable.
Please don't direct me to the first outstanding posts. This is more about the specific laptop. Thank you
It's HP laptop. Don't do it. By the way, the first part of the link is for some reason, censored out.
By the way, at the end of my guide is a thorough guide for buying a laptop.
Edited by Kalganized on 5/3/2012 9:34 PM PDT
You can still recycle the hard drive when you begin putting together a new computer, but if you see hard drive errors happen, you will need to buy a new hard drive.
I'd go with a Seagate 1TB drive with 7200 RPM speed.
A newer hard drive will probably be a bit faster than the older hard drive.
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