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Well folks, I'd had quite a lot of fun swapping my CPU between my Main PC and another PC in my house, all because the dual-core AMD CPU I bought wasn't getting along in my games like I'd like with my ATI video card.

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AMD has released a <a href=",,30_182_871_9706,00.html" target="_blank">Dual-Core Optimizer Driver</a>

Upon download and installation of this driver, all is solved and things are working the way they should. SO! If you have dual-core and are worried at all about gaming performance or you're having gaming performance issues with anything ATI (I think most prefer Nvidia . . but anyways . . .) then the above link is your answer.

Note: Nvidia video cards also have problems with dual-core processors when using drivers that predate the 80-series. (The 80-series were the first Forceware drivers to add dual-core optimizations.)


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