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Would the A10-6800K bottleneck the HD 7850?

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July 7, 2013 11:21:24 AM

So I'm making a mini-itx build (I decided I want a cute little box capable of playing Crysis 3 w/ max graphics), and I decided ultimately to go w/ a 6800K instead of a 3350P (I would've gotten a FX 8320 if I had a choice, but all of the geniuses @ the mobo making companies never thought of that idea), so would the 6800 bottle neck the 7850?

Q2: Is there a case which resembles the BitFenix prodigy white? If there is (and it is under $60), I'm going back to full ATX/mAtx
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July 7, 2013 11:35:12 AM

you wont be able to run crysis 3 max with a 7850 even if you matched it with a decent cpu...
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July 7, 2013 5:34:38 PM

Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 
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July 8, 2013 2:10:26 AM

exodasius said:
Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 


Acutally guitargod213 was right. What guitargod213 talked about is Crysis 3 at 1080p. Your HD 7850 cannot max the game with that resolution.
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July 8, 2013 5:15:30 AM

you are never supposed to run APUs with a graphics card. it completely defeats the point of getting one
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July 8, 2013 8:44:15 AM

dongbin2696 said:
exodasius said:
Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 


Acutally guitargod213 was right. What guitargod213 talked about is Crysis 3 at 1080p. Your HD 7850 cannot max the game with that resolution.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZjvvkucfAQ

TheBigTroll said:
you are never supposed to run APUs with a graphics card. it completely defeats the point of getting one


Oh :(  Well nuts. Back to ATX I go then D:
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July 8, 2013 5:02:45 PM

exodasius said:
dongbin2696 said:
exodasius said:
Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 


Acutally guitargod213 was right. What guitargod213 talked about is Crysis 3 at 1080p. Your HD 7850 cannot max the game with that resolution.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZjvvkucfAQ

TheBigTroll said:
you are never supposed to run APUs with a graphics card. it completely defeats the point of getting one


Oh :(  Well nuts. Back to ATX I go then D:


Dude im not trying to be a prick but that video is bull.. let me see what frames i get with my build in my description. The guy in the vid says he runs the game at these settings


"Resolution: 1360x768

Antialliasing: SMAA 8x High

Texture Quality: Very High

V-Sync: Yes

System Specs: Very High

I can't play at 1080 resolution because my TV dont support that resolution, sorry."

Now with the exact settings in the beginning level i got 55 fps at the most, however in large envirmonets i got 30 or less. Now the frames per sec dont tell the full story, because of the msaa x8 every turn i made, every shot i took there was a huge delay between when i pressed the button, and when it happened in game. now GPU usage was a constant 85%+ most of the time it was at 100% solid. my cpu was around 65-70 percent usage and i have mine overclocked and watercooled. compared to his stats:

"PC Specs:
CPU : Intel Core i5 2310 (Quad core) 2.9 GHz x4
GPU: MSI HD 7850 Twin Frozr 2GB DDR5
RAM: 8GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX
MB: Intel DH61WW
HD: 1TB 7200RPM + 500GB 7200RPM"
There is NO way he runs this game at the frames per second he claims.. And yes i ran it at his low resolution.
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July 8, 2013 5:12:44 PM

guitargod213 said:
exodasius said:
dongbin2696 said:
exodasius said:
Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 


Acutally guitargod213 was right. What guitargod213 talked about is Crysis 3 at 1080p. Your HD 7850 cannot max the game with that resolution.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZjvvkucfAQ

TheBigTroll said:
you are never supposed to run APUs with a graphics card. it completely defeats the point of getting one


Oh :(  Well nuts. Back to ATX I go then D:


Dude im not trying to be a prick but that video is bull.. let me see what frames i get with my build in my description. The guy in the vid says he runs the game at these settings


"Resolution: 1360x768

Antialliasing: SMAA 8x High

Texture Quality: Very High

V-Sync: Yes

System Specs: Very High

I can't play at 1080 resolution because my TV dont support that resolution, sorry."

Now with the exact settings in the beginning level i got 55 fps at the most, however in large envirmonets i got 30 or less. Now the frames per sec dont tell the full story, because of the msaa x8 every turn i made, every shot i took there was a huge delay between when i pressed the button, and when it happened in game. now GPU usage was a constant 85%+ most of the time it was at 100% solid. my cpu was around 65-70 percent usage and i have mine overclocked and watercooled. compared to his stats:

"PC Specs:
CPU : Intel Core i5 2310 (Quad core) 2.9 GHz x4
GPU: MSI HD 7850 Twin Frozr 2GB DDR5
RAM: 8GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX
MB: Intel DH61WW
HD: 1TB 7200RPM + 500GB 7200RPM"
There is NO way he runs this game at the frames per second he claims.. And yes i ran it at his low resolution.


Wrong video xD I meant to put on a comparison video, but oh well. I'll take your word for it :) 

EDIT: Here's the proper link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9VjD8p2hTs
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July 8, 2013 5:12:44 PM

guitargod213 said:
exodasius said:
dongbin2696 said:
exodasius said:
Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 


Acutally guitargod213 was right. What guitargod213 talked about is Crysis 3 at 1080p. Your HD 7850 cannot max the game with that resolution.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZjvvkucfAQ

TheBigTroll said:
you are never supposed to run APUs with a graphics card. it completely defeats the point of getting one


Oh :(  Well nuts. Back to ATX I go then D:


Dude im not trying to be a prick but that video is bull.. let me see what frames i get with my build in my description. The guy in the vid says he runs the game at these settings


"Resolution: 1360x768

Antialliasing: SMAA 8x High

Texture Quality: Very High

V-Sync: Yes

System Specs: Very High

I can't play at 1080 resolution because my TV dont support that resolution, sorry."

Now with the exact settings in the beginning level i got 55 fps at the most, however in large envirmonets i got 30 or less. Now the frames per sec dont tell the full story, because of the msaa x8 every turn i made, every shot i took there was a huge delay between when i pressed the button, and when it happened in game. now GPU usage was a constant 85%+ most of the time it was at 100% solid. my cpu was around 65-70 percent usage and i have mine overclocked and watercooled. compared to his stats:

"PC Specs:
CPU : Intel Core i5 2310 (Quad core) 2.9 GHz x4
GPU: MSI HD 7850 Twin Frozr 2GB DDR5
RAM: 8GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX
MB: Intel DH61WW
HD: 1TB 7200RPM + 500GB 7200RPM"
There is NO way he runs this game at the frames per second he claims.. And yes i ran it at his low resolution.


Wrong video xD I meant to put on a comparison video, but oh well. I'll take your word for it :) 

EDIT: Here's the proper link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9VjD8p2hTs
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July 8, 2013 5:13:25 PM

I'm planning on gaming @ a 1600 x 900 res, so his "medium" settings should translate to "high" for me :)  (It should, right?)
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July 8, 2013 5:19:29 PM

exodasius said:
guitargod213 said:
exodasius said:
dongbin2696 said:
exodasius said:
Not true :)  I searched up the 650 Ti Boost vs 7850 1GB and 660 vs 7850 2GB, and both of them ran Crysis @ Ultra graphics at an almost constant 60 fps :) 


Acutally guitargod213 was right. What guitargod213 talked about is Crysis 3 at 1080p. Your HD 7850 cannot max the game with that resolution.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZjvvkucfAQ

TheBigTroll said:
you are never supposed to run APUs with a graphics card. it completely defeats the point of getting one


Oh :(  Well nuts. Back to ATX I go then D:


Dude im not trying to be a prick but that video is bull.. let me see what frames i get with my build in my description. The guy in the vid says he runs the game at these settings


"Resolution: 1360x768

Antialliasing: SMAA 8x High

Texture Quality: Very High

V-Sync: Yes

System Specs: Very High

I can't play at 1080 resolution because my TV dont support that resolution, sorry."

Now with the exact settings in the beginning level i got 55 fps at the most, however in large envirmonets i got 30 or less. Now the frames per sec dont tell the full story, because of the msaa x8 every turn i made, every shot i took there was a huge delay between when i pressed the button, and when it happened in game. now GPU usage was a constant 85%+ most of the time it was at 100% solid. my cpu was around 65-70 percent usage and i have mine overclocked and watercooled. compared to his stats:

"PC Specs:
CPU : Intel Core i5 2310 (Quad core) 2.9 GHz x4
GPU: MSI HD 7850 Twin Frozr 2GB DDR5
RAM: 8GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX
MB: Intel DH61WW
HD: 1TB 7200RPM + 500GB 7200RPM"
There is NO way he runs this game at the frames per second he claims.. And yes i ran it at his low resolution.


Wrong video xD I meant to put on a comparison video, but oh well. I'll take your word for it :) 

EDIT: Here's the proper link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9VjD8p2hTs


exodasius said:
I'm planning on gaming @ a 1600 x 900 res, so his "medium" settings should translate to "high" for me :)  (It should, right?)


the second video is definitely better and more truthful lol, and thats a good level to test since its a big open space. Anyway you wont be able to put all the settings up to high even with the lower resolution, however you should be able to turn some less intensive settings to high. i also suggest the 2 gig model, more vram could probably boost performance some. I play the game on high, and it uses more then a gig of vram except for in very tight levels.
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July 8, 2013 5:21:03 PM

I would've gone w/ a 2GB model, but my parents struck me down w/ a tight budget (who can blame them, if I could, I would've made a $1300 realistic build xD), so I'm stuck in that area :D 
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July 8, 2013 5:24:49 PM

exodasius said:
I would've gone w/ a 2GB model, but my parents struck me down w/ a tight budget (who can blame them, if I could, I would've made a $1300 realistic build xD), so I'm stuck in that area :D 


haha happens :) , you should be fine with 1 gig of vram, its got pretty high bandwidth. Did you already purchase your build and decide on your cpu?
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July 8, 2013 5:27:51 PM

Nah, haven't bought it yet. I was planning on doing a m-ITX build, but I ultimately decided against it. I'm going to buy this all in 3h :D 
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July 8, 2013 5:28:56 PM

exodasius said:
Nah, haven't bought it yet. I was planning on doing a m-ITX build, but I ultimately decided against it. I'm going to buy this all in 3h :D 


awesome, hope you enjoy it :) 
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July 8, 2013 5:31:06 PM

Will do :) 
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July 26, 2013 4:34:53 PM

Know I am like 3 weeks late on your post, but you should be fine playing pretty good settings if nothing else. I have one of these with 2GB ram and and only a little i3-3225 in my system. I haven't played Crysis yet, but I jumped on it when I could get the free games in the bundle, and Bioshock Infinity ran pretty solid maxed out. I ran at 1080p and it goes pretty similar to your last link you posted. It dropped down in the 40's at times but on Bioshock it never really went below that. I overclocked it too though and that really helps.

Tomb Raider which is like crazy with its graphics (the game is beautiful), wouldn't play hardly at all maxed out, but on very high it ran perfect.

So not sure what CPU you decided to go with, but if you are still pocking around or just looking for some more games to try out, those worked excellent with it.
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September 10, 2013 7:49:53 AM

guitargod213 said:
you wont be able to run crysis 3 max with a 7850 even if you matched it with a decent cpu...


Im running the A10-6800k with the HD7850 and i get a constant 60+fps on ultra settings
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September 26, 2013 12:22:41 AM

Jarritos said:
guitargod213 said:
you wont be able to run crysis 3 max with a 7850 even if you matched it with a decent cpu...


Im running the A10-6800k with the HD7850 and i get a constant 60+fps on ultra settings


Uhm
You should have read the entire post
Sure you can play the game with A10-6800K with the HD 7850 on ultra settings with 720x480
What he's talking about is gaming on Full-HD.
I guaranteer 100% you cannot get 60 FPS on full HD, with medium settings and no AA and AF. If you are talking about playing it on 1080p, all max settings, including AA and AF... I would be surprised if you can reach 15 FPS.
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