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ruger22c

Stutters, new PC

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I am building another PC in less than a week.

My plan is to get:

Two 640gB AALS' in RAID 0.

A Q9400 (Yorkfield) and OC to abt. 3.4 - 3.6 GHZ.

5-5-5-15 RAM @ 1020 - 1080

GTX 260 216 655/2100 (Already bought this)

Corsair TX 650W (Already bought this)

GA-EP45-UD3R

Vista home prem x64.

First question:

Wolfdale vs Yorkfield, does it matter which when it comes to stutters over towns in-flight?

Second question:

Anything else I should know, if I want to prevent those stutters.. is that hardware good?

Thanks.

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First question:

Wolfdale vs Yorkfield, does it matter which when it comes to stutters over towns in-flight?

Not at all, the best thing to shoot for is simply the highest core clock on the best chip. Bringing more cores than two does nothing ATM and likely won't for a long time.

Second question:

Anything else I should know, if I want to prevent those stutters.. is that hardware good?

If you want to prevent stutters your only option seems to be to install WWIIOL on a software ramdrive in your memory OR avoid playing in heavily populated areas. I prefer the second, as waiting for a ramdrive to load after boot, is a drag if you want to do anything else.

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If you want to prevent stutters your only option seems to be to install WWIIOL on a software ramdrive in your memory OR avoid playing in heavily populated areas. I prefer the second, as waiting for a ramdrive to load after boot, is a drag if you want to do anything else.

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So, I take it that the game is heavily dependant on the hard disk..

If I'm running RAID 0 on two high-end drives, I should be pretty well off?

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Video card will definitly help with stutters....

The fastest HDD's out atm are I believe the Sass drive's (Serial Scsi) and they can be ran in Raid 0.

I have a Lenove dualcore, my son has a IBM dual also but not the same cpu's. We both have a 4650 ATI card (mine 1gb ddr, his 512mb ddr) and we get he same exact FPS when playing side by side!!

Don't see the game as being too cpu senstive but graphic senstive more so...

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