need help with my pc

need help with my pc

need help with my pc

Thread started by Dacha on Tuesday, 6:14pm April 21st with 13 replies. Views: 2,154

Dacha

195 posts

6:14pm Apr 21st 15

Intel(R) Core (TM) i5 - 2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz - CPU
ASUSTEK P8H67- M PRO - Motherboard
16 GB DDR3 - Memory
nVidia GeForce GT 640 2 GB DDR3 - GPU

My powersource is 420 W
Do i need a bigger powersource to get the max from my gpu and cpu. Can i overclock it now or when i get a new powersource?

MaiaLiT

48 posts

6:15pm Apr 21st 15

overclock SHIT ! ! !

rOKZYE

282 posts

6:28pm Apr 21st 15


Intel(R) Core (TM) i5 - 2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz - CPU
ASUSTEK P8H67- M PRO - Motherboard
16 GB DDR3 - Memory
nVidia GeForce GT 640 2 GB DDR3 - GPU

My powersource is 420 W
Do i need a bigger powersource to get the max from my gpu and cpu. Can i overclock it now or when i get a new powersource?

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015

No, you don't need a bigger powersupply to "get the max", as the GT 640 is pretty bad. You can overclock the 2500k a bit, but you shouldn't do it if you don't know how.
Get a newer GPU (GTX750 Ti for ex.) and a 550W powersupply and you have a decent "mid-budget"-system. The i5 2500k is good enough.

Dacha

195 posts

6:32pm Apr 21st 15



Intel(R) Core (TM) i5 - 2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz - CPU
ASUSTEK P8H67- M PRO - Motherboard
16 GB DDR3 - Memory
nVidia GeForce GT 640 2 GB DDR3 - GPU

My powersource is 420 W
Do i need a bigger powersource to get the max from my gpu and cpu. Can i overclock it now or when i get a new powersource?

Quote from rOKZYE on the 21st of April 2015

No, you don't need a bigger powersupply to "get the max", as the GT 640 is pretty bad. You can overclock the 2500k a bit, but you shouldn't do it if you don't know how.
Get a newer GPU (GTX750 Ti for ex.) and a 550W powersupply and you have a decent "mid-budget"-system. The i5 2500k is good enough.

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015
www.asus.com/media/global/products/Y0V8ZvMT9rxCJyhu/wP4ZvnAaVe7pK5R7_500.jpg this gpu m8

Chege

796 posts

7:25pm Apr 21st 15

you cant really overclock with that motherboard, would need a p67 or z68 series board.
with the h67 series you may be able to achieve 3.7ghz on that cpu but cant go any higher

qwixeR

272 posts

7:31pm Apr 21st 15

Dont overclock your graphic card m8, its pretty useless I used to do it on my old GT 440 512mb gddr5 and I got only 1-2fps more. Than I buyed a new PC...

head

1,254 posts

7:37pm Apr 21st 15

You have a good CPU but you lack in GPU power to play games, so depending on what you want to do with that pc you might want to look for some new GPU, maybe even a second hand one.

Dacha

195 posts

7:44pm Apr 21st 15

thanks guys i was quite pissed cuz in cod4 in smoke had 80 fps (when i rush with smg i hate it) but now realise i cant fix it
anyway is my power source enough good ?

eksor

735 posts

8:10pm Apr 21st 15

Depends if its random noname or not

D4V3

2,496 posts

9:07pm Apr 21st 15

lol eksor is posting in public forums wtf did i miss

rOKZYE

282 posts

9:08pm Apr 21st 15




Intel(R) Core (TM) i5 - 2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz - CPU
ASUSTEK P8H67- M PRO - Motherboard
16 GB DDR3 - Memory
nVidia GeForce GT 640 2 GB DDR3 - GPU

My powersource is 420 W
Do i need a bigger powersource to get the max from my gpu and cpu. Can i overclock it now or when i get a new powersource?

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015

No, you don't need a bigger powersupply to "get the max", as the GT 640 is pretty bad. You can overclock the 2500k a bit, but you shouldn't do it if you don't know how.
Get a newer GPU (GTX750 Ti for ex.) and a 550W powersupply and you have a decent "mid-budget"-system. The i5 2500k is good enough.

Quote from rOKZYE on the 21st of April 2015
www.asus.com/media/global/products/Y0V8ZvMT9rxCJyhu/wP4ZvnAaVe7pK5R7_500.jpg this gpu m8

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015

So? The card is shit

Dacha

195 posts

9:17pm Apr 21st 15





Intel(R) Core (TM) i5 - 2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz - CPU
ASUSTEK P8H67- M PRO - Motherboard
16 GB DDR3 - Memory
nVidia GeForce GT 640 2 GB DDR3 - GPU

My powersource is 420 W
Do i need a bigger powersource to get the max from my gpu and cpu. Can i overclock it now or when i get a new powersource?

Quote from rOKZYE on the 21st of April 2015

No, you don't need a bigger powersupply to "get the max", as the GT 640 is pretty bad. You can overclock the 2500k a bit, but you shouldn't do it if you don't know how.
Get a newer GPU (GTX750 Ti for ex.) and a 550W powersupply and you have a decent "mid-budget"-system. The i5 2500k is good enough.

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015
www.asus.com/media/global/products/Y0V8ZvMT9rxCJyhu/wP4ZvnAaVe7pK5R7_500.jpg this gpu m8

Quote from rOKZYE on the 21st of April 2015

So? The card is shit :D

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015
looks cool

rOKZYE

282 posts

9:37pm Apr 21st 15


looks cool :D

Quote from Dacha on the 21st of April 2015

not really, no

Dacha

195 posts

7:58pm Apr 22nd 15

ye it does