um there is no secret lol...all games will start even if you have the ****tiest computer...it just matters on your operating system....then it will just lag like ****.Besides, i know how to make games work on crap computers.
actually they are mostly the same price as a normal hard drive...only difference is you need a mobo that will support SATA...which only new mobos have them...and not even all the new ones do.Also, if you have the money, check out SATA hard drives, those will help seek times, and they are just all around better than normal hard drives.
haha ya....i got 5 fans 3 blowing in and 2 blowing out. Make sure to think abotu where the air will be flowing and blowing when u install the fans. You want the air to flow over parts like your processor and graphics card...and you want it to go out at the opposite side of where the air is taken in...so air is constantly circulating.And MAKE SURE to get a good case with good airflowp
Wow no. Overclocking is pushing the core speed of the processor beyond the set clock speed you got it from the factory at. You do this by upping multipliers, doing things to your FSB and dicking around in your BIOS. Not by listening to music and web surfing. That just puts a strain on your processor, running more information through the computer than was being run through before. Don't spew misinformation anymore please.Cman3 said:But mine sucks so bad i prolly overclock it listening to music and web surfing at the same time.