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  1. Yes you can... but when you say: do you mean via a hub/switch or connect them directly to one another? It can be done either way but if you are connecting them directly to one another you will need a crossover cable. The easiest way possible would probably just to pick up a USB flash drive... They are pretty cheap now... I think I saw a 2GB one at Best Buy for $35
  2. Nice! I don't blame ya for not wanting to corrupt OE2 data. (BTW...I can't wait for OE2 and Crysis!!!) I originally had a 3500+ @ 2.75 before I upgraded to the 4800+ My original plan was to get that 3800+ and overclock the hell out of it! But I ended up getting that 4800+ right when the Core 2's came out so the Athlon prices dropped like a rock. Here are my full specs/settings Motherboard: Asus A8R32-MVP Deluxe Chipset: ATI Crossfire Xpress 3200 Bios Revision: 404 CPU: Athlon 64 X2 4800+ Toledo Voltage: 1.4V Vcore OverVolta
  3. Just wondering if anyone out there enjoys pushing their system to the limits like I do... This is including CPU, GPU, and/or RAM overclocking! I'd like to see some specs, #'s, benchmarks, etc. ! -I currently have an Athlon 64 4800+ (939) @ 2.7Ghz Not a real good overclock in general.. but decent for this particular CPU as it is known to be a poor overclocker - My Memory is OCZ Platinum Rev. 2 (2X512) @ DDR490 with 2.5-3-3-8 2T Timings I know this memory can handle more but in my system I'm kinda stuck here because of my CPU - I also have an x1800XT 512MB running just short of P
  4. Excellent job! One small thing I noticed was that when adding just the lower rail, the stats are off the charts. Lower Rail with sight
  5. AMD Dual Core Optimizer: http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/Techni...71_9706,00.html
  6. Could possibly be your OC thats causing instability... Whats the 3800+ Stock 2.0Ghz?? Thats a pretty large overclock. Make sure your memory can handle the OC and make sure your not overheating. Set your clocks to stock just to verify..
  7. This is happened to one of my friends as well... I believe we were running patch 1.21 at the time... I always blamed it on his lack of memory though (512MB)... guess that not the case He is running an AthlonXP 2600+ 512MB of PC2700 SpecTek memory Sapphire x1600 AGP
  8. Yeah i was thinkin there might of been a whole different set of drivers, but if you follow the links it leads right to the 6.9's
  9. Anyone having issues with these drivers? I have an MSI x1800xt 512MB and I'm not having any issues at all. However, one of my friends has an ATI All-In-Wonder x800xt and his having a horrible experience with these drivers. First, he couldn't install because he wasn't in administrator mode. He had to login under the actual administrator account even though he is an administrator of his PC. After finally getting it to install, his control center wouldn't launch. An uninstall via the ATI Uninstall utility and then a run of driver cleaner pro and then reinstalling the 6.9's fixed that.
  10. Ati Catalyst 6.9 Drivers are out now... No specific fixes mentioned for GRAW but there seems to be a lot of crossfire issues resolved Release Notes
  11. I'd go with a X850 256mb or a 6800 256mb. And make sure to have 1mb of mem. Before getting my x1800xt 512MB I had an x800xt 256MB and it played graw fine at 1024x768 and medium to high quality settings. And I hope you meant 1GB of memory
  12. He did indeed post it in the tech section as I also posted in the same topic. I'm pretty much having the same 'Waiting For Server' issue that he is. I am trying to host a LAN game (play and host). My computer is very capable [Athlon 64 X2 4800+, 2GB OCZ Platinum Rev. 2, MSI X1800XT 512MB, 2 Western Digital Raptors in RAID0] and I have a fairly good upload speed of 2mb. (This line is dedicated to gaming only...I have a separate line for internet browsing for everyone else in the household.) When clients try to join they get stuck at the waiting for server screen for a good 5-10 minutes be
  13. Experiencing similar problem. When joining a LAN game, I get stuck at Waiting for Server Screen for about 10 minutes or so and then it finally disconnects. Usually on the second or third try I can get in to the server but I still have to wait the 10 minutes. I get stuck again at the waiting for server screen upon a map change. I didn't have this problem in 1.21
  14. Has anyone tried the 6.8 drivers yet? I seem to be having some problems with them. Ever since I installed them, after about 15-20 minutes of play GRAW freezes and minimizes and then the ATI vpu recovery window pops up stating something along the lines of "card not responding to driver requests". I can then click OK and I'm able to go back into the game no problem but only to have it happen again a little while later. Annoying as it is, it's bearable under single player, but when I host a LAN game and this occurs, it kicks all the other players due to the "server not responding". When I r
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