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A typo. I meant to say "single/dual" cpu. Referring to the number of cores in one chip. Back in 2005-2008 time-frame those were available. Now most CPUs chips have 4 cores.
I have no opinion on feeds.

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A typo. I meant to say "single/dual" cpu. Referring to the number of cores in one chip. Back in 2005-2008 time-frame those were available. Now most CPUs chips have 4 cores.
I have no opinion on feeds.

Ty

I am curious,
What is your plateform?

Mc?

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For the last 2 years I've been using (in order of less importance):

Intel Core CPU I7 - 4770K (gives NT7 fits - had to kill the 8 threads, and let NT7 run in one core)
ASUS Z87-Deluxe LGA 1150 R Motherboard (very reliable)
Intel SSD 240 GB, 2.5" 9.5MM Channel 10PK (replaced it with a Samsung equivalent)
Crucial Memory GB x 2
EVGA Graphics GT630 2G R
Power Supply PSU XFX 850W R
OS Windows 7 PRO SP1 64-Bit 1PK - OEM
CPU Fan CoolMaster Hyper 212 EVO Univ HSF
Case Nanoxia DeepSilence 1 Black ATX CA
DVD Player IPSG LG 24X DVDRW SATA OEM
HDD Seagate 1TB 3.5" SATA 7200 RPM H

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For the last 2 years I've been using (in order of less importance):

Intel Core CPU I7 - 4770K (gives NT7 fits - had to kill the 8 threads, and let NT7 run in one core)
ASUS Z87-Deluxe LGA 1150 R Motherboard (very reliable)
Intel SSD 240 GB, 2.5" 9.5MM Channel 10PK (replaced it with a Samsung equivalent)
Crucial Memory GB x 2
EVGA Graphics GT630 2G R
Power Supply PSU XFX 850W R
OS Windows 7 PRO SP1 64-Bit 1PK - OEM
CPU Fan CoolMaster Hyper 212 EVO Univ HSF
Case Nanoxia DeepSilence 1 Black ATX CA
DVD Player IPSG LG 24X DVDRW SATA OEM
HDD Seagate 1TB 3.5" SATA 7200 RPM H

So, u use à i7 with nt7.

The plateform which is used by trader (who win money) is:
Multichart
Ninjatrader
Or
Metatrader
Tradestation?

In my opinion, ninjatrader have a very good support AND a big choice of indicators (communauté BigMike)
Big thanks to BigMike!!!!!!

What do u think of it?


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Anybody can help me about My message belllow?
Ty so Much.

Hi Fabrice,

Just keep your old computer, it is NT7 that is the culprit. Just wait for NT8 (or NT9 because when 8 comes out it will already be out dated) to come out and then buy a new machine.
Your mem is fine, the speed has gone up but they had too loosen the timmings so if you compair your mem with some new ones you can only see improvements in benchmarks and you cannot see that improvements in real time.

Can you tell me what kind of cpy you have?

The core 2 duo is a good overclocker so maybe you can get 3ghz out of it and still be stable.

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Hi Fabrice,

Just keep your old computer, it is NT7 that is the culprit. Just wait for NT8 (or NT9 because when 8 comes out it will already be out dated) to come out and then buy a new machine.
Your mem is fine, the speed has gone up but they had too loosen the timmings so if you compair your mem with some new ones you can only see improvements in benchmarks and you cannot see that improvements in real time.

Can you tell me what kind of cpy you have?

The core 2 duo is a good overclocker so maybe you can get 3ghz out of it and still be stable.

Hello,

E6400 2.13 GHz
With motherborad: intel 965/946 / 6-quad s séries
Bought in 2007-2008.

Overclockable?

I ask the question but it is not without Risk...
Unless with a very good tutorial...


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Hello,

E6400 2.13 GHz
With motherborad: intel 965/946 / 6-quad s séries
Bought in 2007-2008.

Overclockable?

I ask the question but it is not without Risk...
Unless with a very good tutorial...

Just do a google surge and I think you can hit 3.2ghz rock stable.

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Just do a google surge and I think you can hit 3.2ghz rock stable.

I know but i won't do that, it is too dangerous!!!
Bécause cpu will "burn" AND i have to replace "patte thermique"...
I dont know How to do...


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I know but i won't do that, it is too dangerous!!!
Bécause cpu will "burn" AND i have to replace "patte thermique"...
I dont know How to do...

I a m very impressed by the quality of This forum organisation!!!!
Messages are deplaced at the good place, discussion!!


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Does Xeon turbo mode work?


Hi,

I am going to buy a xeon type e5-2670v3: 2.3 GHz with a turbo mode to 3.1ghz

The turbo mode works if the software works with only one core (perhaps nt7 for exemple)...
Somebody has try if it is réal, if it works?

Or it is only marketing...

Ty
Fabrice from France

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