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    i did not know you could do that. great to hear tho krom! you can actually stop the crashes i think if you run as admin too, i dont know i didnt try it personally myself. if you want to keep tabs on your core temp you can get a case mounted display that you install the temp guages yourself under the gpu heatsink, its a little daunting but not for a IT pro like urself B)

    or you can get the ones that just run off the usb, but those aren't as fun or hard


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    Using those console commands to enable multi-threading didn't work out too well, makes TF2 very unstable.
    It's amazing to me the lack of support for multi-core procs in games and apps, since they're in 99.alot of systems nowadays.

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