Processor: Intel Core i7 Extreme 980x Gulftown, 3.33GHZ, 6-core (12 logical cores, with hyperthreading)
Mainboard: ASUS P6X58D Premium, BIOS Version 1301
Memory: 12GB Corsair DDR3 PC3-10700H RAM, running Triple Channel mode
Graphics: 2x ATI Radeon HD 5970 running in Crossfire mode (total of 4 GPU's, 2 per card, with a total of 4GB GDDR5 Video RAM)
Display: 1920x1080p Panasonic 36" HDTV
C: is a 128GB Corsair Solid State Drive
D:, E:, F: are all 1TB Western Digital Caviar Blacks, SATA6. The program files for gaming are stored on E:, Windows and general programs (Firefox, for example) are on the SSD.
One HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM 16x Burner
One BD-ROM Reader
2x Marvell Yukon PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (on-board)
Default HD Audio Device
The mainboard/processor can dynamically overclock as they see fit, but I tried turning that off in case it messed with anything. Especially if the memory dynamically overclocks, because I know trainers are based on memory. I turned off dynamic overclocking in one of my attempts.
I don't know if you need any more stats, but this is what I know off the top of my head. So, thanks again!
[Edited by RGenung, 5/7/2011 5:25:30 PM]
Okay, just tried that. There was a lot of old files, but same result after clearing them out and rebooting. I cleared out the regular ones, as well as clicking on the "clear system files" section (or whatever that button is called).
And as always, I tried as non-admin and as admin.
This is the first trainer I am using - it wouldn't even be necessary if they hadn't disabled dev console cheats with their patches. I understand completely why they did, but why they had to remove it for single player campaign mode, I don't know. Essentially, I am just trying to replace the ability to have unlimited ammo, energy, and health. The rest of the trainer is really just a bonus.
As far as the TV, it is indeed connected via HDMI. The HD5970's spit out 2 DVI ports and 1 mini-displayport on each card. On the primary card I have a DVI-HDMI dongle.
That said, audio goes directly from computer to external speakers from the integrated audio "card"...I guess chipset is a better term?