What about the O.S ?

8 years 11 months ago #7 by Rs_Funzo
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Hi guys :)
I had some problems with my pc in the last days (long "beep" as soon as I turned it on). Assistance solved the problem (it was a burned RAM), but they installed Windows 8.1 on my pc.
Does any of you know if HD2 works with Windows 8.1?
Thanks in advance for the answer :gj:

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8 years 11 months ago #8 by jacobston
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I am running windows 8.1 and H&D2 works like a charm. It installed fine, runs fine and I do not even need to use any compatibility mode. :gj:
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8 years 11 months ago #9 by Rs_Funzo
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Thank you for your comprehensive answer, jacobston :gj:

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8 years 11 months ago #10 by iBeLKa
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By the way, if some parts of pc burn down, sometimes it's after overclocking. so for there , who do it .. carefully please.

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8 years 11 months ago #11 by Max.
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8 years 11 months ago #12 by NL
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iBeLKa wrote: By the way, if some parts of pc burn down, sometimes it's after overclocking. so for there , who do it .. carefully please.
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Overclocking can be safe for your hardware IF you stay within it's limit, do some research to find out for your hardware how far you can go. Almost all CPU's are underclocked for maximum stability. For instance my CPU (Intel Core i5 750) is standard running @2.67 GHz but had it running @3.4 Ghz for over 6 months with no stability issues. I had my GPU also overclocked with about 25% but it didn't seem to make much difference so made it standard again. Very important is cooling! Electronics will damage when hey get too hot. So if you start overclocking you should have temperature monitoring software.

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