|" i have an ati radeon sapphire hd 3850 also i put in my comp its an agp 4x/8x video card butgames didnt seem to be working correctly im either doing something wrong or something."|
-First, hit ctrl+shift+Esc and make sure that the CPU is idling (0% CPU usage). When I had an HD 3650 AGP in my older box, the driver would occasionally allow hardware interrupts to use well over half of the CPU's time. This slowed everything way down.
-That Celeron isn't fast enough for League of Legends. The main problem with your CPU is its puny 128KB L2 cache--it just isn't enough to keep Netburst's 20-stage "data assembly line" occupied. As a result, that Celeron is spending most of its time pulling data from main memory through a slow 400MHz front side bus.
Games are the most cache-hungry programs you can buy. An old T-bird Athlon running a GHz slower would outperform that Celly as a gaming CPU.
EDIT: Sorry, didn't read most of the other posts. It looks like you have a classic HD 3000 driver conflict. The ATI hotfix didn't work for me either; I had to use Omega drivers to get my card to work.
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