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Which OS you use ?  

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  1. 1. What is the Current primary OS you are using?

    • Windows 8 32bit
    • Windows 8 64bit
    • Windows 7 32bit
    • Windows 7 64bit
    • Windows Vista (32/64 bit)
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    • Wndows Xp (32/64 bit)
    • Windows others
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    • Linux (any)
    • Mac
    • Other
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Wndows Xp x86 rocks imo.

Fast, reliable and simply the most easy os.

Sad is had no hardcore gaming support anymore, I use win7 x86 (soon x64) for gaming stuff, though isn't terribly slow (my pc: intel q8400 2.6ghz quad core, 4gb ram, 1gb nvidia gfx550ti, 1tb hdd)

Edited by Mr. eXoDia
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Wndows Xp x86 rocks imo.

Fast, reliable and simply the most easy os.

Sad is had no hardcore gaming support anymore, I use win7 x86 (soon x64) for gaming stuff, though it's terribly slow (my pc: intel q8400 2.6ghz quad core, 4gb ram, 1gb nvidia gfx550ti, 1tb hdd)

 

You should be able to easily overclock that above 3GHz on air. I still have my Q6600, older generation CPU to yours and on an older die but from memory runs roughly similar to your generation CPU. I still love the Q6600, one of the legendary Intel CPU's in my eyes (if there is ever such a phrase for tagging a CPU) and still a solid performer for most tasks especially for a CPU that debuted back in 2007! If you stick an SSD in your drive it will bring a fresh lease of life to it though that isn't going to help much for gaming. Your going to be CPU limited for some of the latest power hungry games...

 

Ted.

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You should be able to easily overclock that above 3GHz on air. I still have my Q6600, older generation CPU to yours and on an older die but from memory runs roughly similar to your generation CPU. I still love the Q6600, one of the legendary Intel CPU's in my eyes (if there is ever such a phrase for tagging a CPU) and still a solid performer for most tasks especially for a CPU that debuted back in 2007! If you stick an SSD in your drive it will bring a fresh lease of life to it though that isn't going to help much for gaming. Your going to be CPU limited for some of the latest power hungry games...

 

Ted.

I actually meant isn't :D, my cpu works perfect with most new games on quite high settings (it has more problems with Fallout New Vegas (2010) then with the 2012 black ops 2)

Thanks for the overclocking advice though, I never checked that...

Greetings

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  • 4 weeks later...

I normally use three systems: one old machine with Windows 98 (hey I din't see this option in the poll hehe) and it has a partition that can be launched with Windows 2000, where I develop all my tools.And I have lately got a new machine with XP 64-bits, I don't like the way like Vista and Win7 works, asking permission for everything you want to do, and some more undesiderable things that can be done easily with XP. :)Best regardsNacho_dj

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Processor: Intel Core I9, 3.0GHz
VGA: ATI Radeon HD 6870
HDD: Toshiba 1TB
RAM: 4GB Venom
OS: DOS 8bit

lol :)

 

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Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, 1.8GHz
VGA : Zotac 210 64
HDD : 80GB + 320GB
RAM: 2GB Venom
OS : Win 7 32bit

 

I only wear for Running Delphi, CS 1.6, NFS MW, CnC Zero Hours, Commandos, Make chiptune & Fls :)

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Win 7 x64


 


As far as my own personal experiences go in regards to operating systems, Win 7 is by far the most stable one. Win 8 is another Vista for me - an OS I'll never ever install. :D


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Hi all!


 


Since Visual Studio 2012 doesn't support anything below Windows 7 i had to upgrade last moth to Win8 cause win 7 it's getting hard to find of shops around here. :sad2:  I have no Start button from Windows 8 :rtfm:  MS please put it back again.


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Wndows Xp x86 rocks imo.

Fast, reliable and simply the most easy os.

Sad is had no hardcore gaming support anymore, I use win7 x86 (soon x64) for gaming stuff, though isn't terribly slow (my pc: intel q8400 2.6ghz quad core, 4gb ram, 1gb nvidia gfx550ti, 1tb hdd)

 

I think Win7 64bit is amazing too

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Hi all!

 

Since Visual Studio 2012 doesn't support anything below Windows 7 i had to upgrade last moth to Win8 cause win 7 it's getting hard to find of shops around here. :sad2:  I have no Start button from Windows 8 :rtfm:  MS please put it back again.

people are so annoying sometimes.. try searching google I also use VS2012 and Win8 64bit every single person asking for start button and Win7 or WinXP like system should use this http://www.classicshell.net/

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