DirectX 10 for Windows XP

Started by rcallicotte, September 18, 2007, 12:32:44 pm

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dhavalmistry

thanx for the update but it still gives me error saying that there is not enough memory to run the application....
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Tangled-Universe

Quote from: Oshyan on September 20, 2007, 03:27:59 pm
Quote from: dhavalmistry on September 20, 2007, 03:04:37 pm
QUAD CORE!!!!....DAMN!!!!!

is TG2 going to be optimized for quad core beasts???

Yes, yes it is. I've also got 8GB of RAM and an 8800GTS superclocked. ;D

- Oshyan


Hi Oshyan,

I'm about to buy a similar system to yours, but I ran into the following "problem".
I also wanted to add 8 GB RAM to my P5K-mainboard but I read you can't add 8GB of DDR2-800Mhz memory but it was only possible to have 8GB of DDR2-667Mhz memory.
How's your setup? Is this correct?

Regards, Martin

Oshyan

Quote from: Tangled-Universe on December 10, 2007, 04:11:32 pm
Quote from: Oshyan on September 20, 2007, 03:27:59 pm
Quote from: dhavalmistry on September 20, 2007, 03:04:37 pm
QUAD CORE!!!!....DAMN!!!!!

is TG2 going to be optimized for quad core beasts???

Yes, yes it is. I've also got 8GB of RAM and an 8800GTS superclocked. ;D

- Oshyan


Hi Oshyan,

I'm about to buy a similar system to yours, but I ran into the following "problem".
I also wanted to add 8 GB RAM to my P5K-mainboard but I read you can't add 8GB of DDR2-800Mhz memory but it was only possible to have 8GB of DDR2-667Mhz memory.
How's your setup? Is this correct?

Regards, Martin

It depends on the capabilities of your motherboard which comes from the chipset it uses. I am fairly sure mine is able to run at full 800Mhz with all 8GB. However I also know that the performance difference with 667 vs. 800Mhz *in practice* is not terribly significant and the additional RAM is well worth it for seriously demanding scenes or running multiple demanding applications.

- Oshyan