Which brings us FULL CIRCLE back to this:
I probably win 1/2 of the time :P
That's a lot better than I do in 99% of First person shooters!
There is a reason I stick to the campaign! lol
I don't need replay-ability... I have like 10 games I need to finish playing for the FIRST time lol
lol... most of them are Christmas gifts from LAST year lol
I haven't gotten any games in a long while, last Christmas, we were moving our house, so it got scrapped for that year :P
And a couple copies of Windows 7 Pro 64 bit so I can get legal with Billy Gates. Things should improve shortly. Though I was surprised, there was only the one SP1 for Windows 7? No SP2? They just hopped to Win 8/8.1/10?
SSD and a legal copy of Win 7, nice. Your machine will probably be a little more stable and maybe even more responsive/fast than before! GG
I already upgraded to 10, but FWIW, you're in for a LOT of updates on 7 because they never rolled it into another service pack. I think I read an article on zdnet about it taking practically all day to get a clean 7 install fully ready.
All the more reason for an SSD... best upgrade I ever got. You almost don't realize that bottleneck is there until you get rid of it, and then you never want to go back.
Bottleneck isn't a good term really, think more like a choke point. Bottlenecking is when something is overpowered or underpowered when coupled with something of the opposite power and can't be used effeciently. Either way, it WILL be a great upgrade nonetheless.
Now, as a quick refresher, my systems are older. Currently my computer runs on a BIOSTAR Group G31-M7 TE motherboard, Intel Core 2 Duo E7300 @ 2.66GHz processor, and 4 gig of DDR2 ram. It has not-quite-legal Win 7 Pro 64 bit for the operating system.
I also have a GIGABYTE GA-P35C-DS3R CORE 2 DUO 2.66GHZ motherboard I have not installed yet. I am tempted to move to this since it is a better motherboard and I can choose to run either 8 gig of DDR2 or 4 gig of DDR3 on it.
Will both of these motherboards upgrade gracefully to Windows 10?