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Does gtx 650 ti boost and gtx 660 ti boost makes a huge difference in dota 2 max settings 1080p?

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August 29, 2013 3:33:35 AM

Im really confused if i needed a higher end gpu when a mid end gpu can max dota 2 without a sweat. My monitor resolution is 1920x1080 and im wondering if its enough for a gtx 650 ti boost because the price is 100$ cheaper here in my country.
August 29, 2013 3:50:16 AM

icytalntpwns said:
Im really confused if i need a higher end gpu when a mid end gpu can max dota 2 without a sweat


At absolute highest settings at 1920x1080, a Radeon HD 7750 gets over 60 fps and never dips below 60. However, a GTX 650's average is slightly below 60 and it dips to slightly above 50. Comparatively, a GTX 650 Ti gets an average in the high 80s and gets a slight dip to the low 80s. The GTX 660 is in the 90s and the GTX 660 Ti is quite literally off the charts.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/dota-2-performance-...

So if you're an absolute 60 fps nut with a GTX 650 then upgrade though you may as well just upgrade to the 650 Ti Boost if you're under the $200 price range. The 650 Ti Boost is also quite literally off the charts.
August 29, 2013 4:02:06 AM

Yea im quite familiar with the amd but the oinly thing im scared of is the reviews people give about the card because it gives a black screen of death or whatsoever. So im just sticking with nvidia. So the 650 Ti boost wouldn't drop to 60 fps right? Even if in intense clashing of 10 heroes right in front of you?

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August 29, 2013 4:26:09 AM

icytalntpwns said:
Yea im quite familiar with the amd but the oinly thing im scared of is the reviews people give about the card because it gives a black screen of death or whatsoever. So im just sticking with nvidia. So the 650 Ti boost wouldn't drop to 60 fps right? Even if in intense clashing of 10 heroes right in front of you?



Haha the 650 Ti Boost won't even come CLOSE to dropping to 80 fps, let alone dropping to 60 fps. So yes, you'll be fine.
August 29, 2013 4:32:05 AM

Haha. I just dont get the min fps thingy xD. Thnx alot man you really made my mind sooo clear haha. Anyways mind if i ask another question? XD just wanna ask if it would bottleneck coz of my cpu e8400 c2d and my board is asus pq5l-e i just dont wanna upgrade them yet coz its quite useful for me somehow and some say c2d would be enough for dota 2. I wanna hear your opinion sir :) 

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August 29, 2013 5:08:50 AM
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icytalntpwns said:
Haha. I just dont get the min fps thingy xD. Thnx alot man you really made my mind sooo clear haha. Anyways mind if i ask another question? XD just wanna ask if it would bottleneck coz of my cpu e8400 c2d and my board is asus pq5l-e i just dont wanna upgrade them yet coz its quite useful for me somehow and some say c2d would be enough for dota 2. I wanna hear your opinion sir :) 


Your board has the proper PCIe slot to handle the 650 Ti Boos, no problem.
Your CPU might bottleneck you just a tiny bit in a few games, but really the effects should be negligible.

As for the min fps according to the chart that you don't get, it just means that during a play time with a game there's the average fps experienced throughout the game time, and then there's the minimum or lowest fps that the frame rate ever went down to at any point.
August 29, 2013 5:15:43 AM

Seriously thnx alot man, you really save me. Im so gonna buy it lol. This forum is the best lots of pro and kind people like you :D 
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