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October 11, 2013 2:13:48 AM

I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?
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October 11, 2013 2:17:38 AM

Reduce screen size but not resolution? Do you mean run games in windowed mode?
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October 11, 2013 2:28:18 AM

LucoTF said:
Reduce screen size but not resolution? Do you mean run games in windowed mode?


Yes ,won't it help the gpu because then it had to render in small area
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October 11, 2013 2:28:40 AM

reducing the screen size from 22' to 17' while the same resolution will only give you more ppi (pixel's per inch).it wont make any diferance at all.reducing the antianalysing in most games a little can yive you a boost if your graphics card is struggleing :) 
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October 11, 2013 2:32:11 AM

vaibh511 said:
LucoTF said:
Reduce screen size but not resolution? Do you mean run games in windowed mode?


Yes ,won't it help the gpu because then it had to render in small area


wont make a diferecne either because the game is playing at the resolution you set it to play
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October 11, 2013 2:38:02 AM

JOHNN93 said:
reducing the screen size from 22' to 17' while the same resolution will only give you more ppi (pixel's per inch).it wont make any diferance at all.reducing the antianalysing in most games a little can yive you a boost if your graphics card is struggleing :) 


ok that can you explain this earlier i had 15inch crt monitor so less resolution of screen and gpu nvdia ge force 210 it played nfs hot pursuit 2010 without any lag at resolution of 1024*768

Now i have 22" led monitor 1080p full hd monitor and now gpu is ati radeon 6670 2gb ddr3 it is playing good at resolution upto 1400*900 but i see some glitch in sceen movement when car is running fast even at 1024*768
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October 11, 2013 2:38:08 AM

vaibh511 said:
I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?


No it wont help.Same frame same pixel same render....

One good rule is to always keep native resolution of your screen,doesn't matter if its 1080p or 1366x768 just play at native resolution and if video card is struggling than lower the settings,details,AA,shadows etc etc
This way you can actually have better graphic than other way around.
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October 11, 2013 2:41:59 AM

Vladimir83 said:
vaibh511 said:
I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?


No it wont help.Same frame same pixel same render....

One good rule is to always keep native resolution of your screen,doesn't matter if its 1080p or 1366x768 just play at native resolution and if video card is struggling than lower the settings,details,AA,shadows etc etc
This way you can actually have better graphic than other way around.


But native resolution is very demanding for my gpu it's full 1920*1080 it can"t handle that resolution effectively ...my gpu is 6670 2gb ddr3 with i3-2100 3.1ghz and 6gb ram on windows 7
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October 11, 2013 2:46:15 AM

vaibh511 said:
Vladimir83 said:
vaibh511 said:
I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?


No it wont help.Same frame same pixel same render....

One good rule is to always keep native resolution of your screen,doesn't matter if its 1080p or 1366x768 just play at native resolution and if video card is struggling than lower the settings,details,AA,shadows etc etc
This way you can actually have better graphic than other way around.


But native resolution is very demanding for my gpu it's full 1920*1080 it can"t handle that resolution effectively ...my gpu is 6670 2gb ddr3 with i3-2100 3.1ghz and 6gb ram on windows 7


we install this gpu for office use only. lower resolution and details ingame to be able to play without gliches.If you are willing to play demanding games better buy a better gpu.playing at window won't fix anything.
man doesen't it anoy you when you play windowed?
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October 11, 2013 2:47:36 AM

vaibh511 said:
Vladimir83 said:
vaibh511 said:
I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?


No it wont help.Same frame same pixel same render....

One good rule is to always keep native resolution of your screen,doesn't matter if its 1080p or 1366x768 just play at native resolution and if video card is struggling than lower the settings,details,AA,shadows etc etc
This way you can actually have better graphic than other way around.


But native resolution is very demanding for my gpu it's full 1920*1080 it can"t handle that resolution effectively ...my gpu is 6670 2gb ddr3 with i3-2100 3.1ghz and 6gb ram on windows 7


Yes indeed i saw it too late.
Nevermind,your PC is not too weak for this game(although honestly i havent play NFS for too long).
Try reinstalling the drivers.Some games actually work better on older driver than on newest,and because its an old model GPU maybe that's the reason why you not get maximum of it.......but now am speculating on this :) 

P.S.try to check forums for this game,maybe someone will have better advice.
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October 11, 2013 3:07:30 AM

JOHNN93 said:
vaibh511 said:
Vladimir83 said:
vaibh511 said:
I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?


No it wont help.Same frame same pixel same render....

One good rule is to always keep native resolution of your screen,doesn't matter if its 1080p or 1366x768 just play at native resolution and if video card is struggling than lower the settings,details,AA,shadows etc etc
This way you can actually have better graphic than other way around.


But native resolution is very demanding for my gpu it's full 1920*1080 it can"t handle that resolution effectively ...my gpu is 6670 2gb ddr3 with i3-2100 3.1ghz and 6gb ram on windows 7


we install this gpu for office use only. lower resolution and details ingame to be able to play without gliches.If you are willing to play demanding games better buy a better gpu.playing at window won't fix anything.
man doesen't it anoy you when you play windowed?


i3 3220+nvidia geforce GT630 4gb DDR3.Now am playing Bioshock Infinite on 1920x1080 at lowest graphic setting but with stable 30fps+ and no stuttering even on most heated battles.Ah and the game looks gorgeous too :) 
Same as before with:Tomb Raider,FC3 blood dragon,Just Cause 2 etc etc
And we have more or less similar PC with vaibh511.So in no way that his PC is too weak for gaming.
Maybe its NFS itself,older titles were always too demanding and un optimized for PC gaming,idk....
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October 11, 2013 3:24:43 AM

i am not saying it is not capable of gaming.
you are playing an minimum settings and your games are running good.
we are sudgesting to lower his settings as well because the gpu is struggleing.
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October 11, 2013 3:47:41 AM

JOHNN93 said:
i am not saying it is not capable of gaming.
you are playing an minimum settings and your games are running good.
we are sudgesting to lower his settings as well because the gpu is struggleing.


Yes we are both agreeing on that :) 
Problem is,he said that (most probably) he dont get high enough fps on1400x900 and sometimes even on 1024x768....which is strange.
Just checked the game requirements and his PC fell comfortably within recommended system spec.I have similar PC too,so i know for what is capable and its a bit strange to not be able to play NFS 2010 at lowest setting on1080p lets say.
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October 11, 2013 9:04:42 AM

Vladimir83 said:
JOHNN93 said:
i am not saying it is not capable of gaming.
you are playing an minimum settings and your games are running good.
we are sudgesting to lower his settings as well because the gpu is struggleing.


Yes we are both agreeing on that :) 
Problem is,he said that (most probably) he dont get high enough fps on1400x900 and sometimes even on 1024x768....which is strange.
Just checked the game requirements and his PC fell comfortably within recommended system spec.I have similar PC too,so i know for what is capable and its a bit strange to not be able to play NFS 2010 at lowest setting on1080p lets say.




Sorry bro for late reply was out with friends in get together..

I had checked the fps it's around 42-43 so no problem with that ...i already said that game is playing at good speed but sometimes it moves with sudden jerk in playing enviornment( proper word in hindi say jhatka if you can understand )..it like car is moving perfect but like game enviornment had little glitch in it sudden jerk sometime that's annoying..better say it a jolting motion
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October 11, 2013 9:08:03 AM

JOHNN93 said:
vaibh511 said:
Vladimir83 said:
vaibh511 said:
I have 22" led monitor ,sometime i think my graphic card is not enough to handle big screen size so reducing the screen size will make games and it's perfomance to increase?


No it wont help.Same frame same pixel same render....

One good rule is to always keep native resolution of your screen,doesn't matter if its 1080p or 1366x768 just play at native resolution and if video card is struggling than lower the settings,details,AA,shadows etc etc
This way you can actually have better graphic than other way around.


But native resolution is very demanding for my gpu it's full 1920*1080 it can"t handle that resolution effectively ...my gpu is 6670 2gb ddr3 with i3-2100 3.1ghz and 6gb ram on windows 7


we install this gpu for office use only. lower resolution and details ingame to be able to play without gliches.If you are willing to play demanding games better buy a better gpu.playing at window won't fix anything.
man doesen't it anoy you when you play windowed?



I don't want to play windowed but i don't like sudden jolt,jerk or glitch when i am playing nfs lol it annoys more when screen move sometime with suuden jolting motion .............and about my pc configuration reviews say that i can play demanding games like metro 2033,even crysis 3 at medium settings ...but i don't know how in nfs when like when car moves fast in 3d enviornment it shows sudden glitch in motion

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October 11, 2013 9:09:30 AM

Vladimir83 said:
JOHNN93 said:
i am not saying it is not capable of gaming.
you are playing an minimum settings and your games are running good.
we are sudgesting to lower his settings as well because the gpu is struggleing.


Yes we are both agreeing on that :) 
Problem is,he said that (most probably) he dont get high enough fps on1400x900 and sometimes even on 1024x768....which is strange.
Just checked the game requirements and his PC fell comfortably within recommended system spec.I have similar PC too,so i know for what is capable and its a bit strange to not be able to play NFS 2010 at lowest setting on1080p lets say.


and yes your pc is similar to mine with same powered gpu heyy what is your monitor size?
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October 11, 2013 11:39:04 AM

vaibh511 said:
Vladimir83 said:
JOHNN93 said:
i am not saying it is not capable of gaming.
you are playing an minimum settings and your games are running good.
we are sudgesting to lower his settings as well because the gpu is struggleing.


Yes we are both agreeing on that :) 
Problem is,he said that (most probably) he dont get high enough fps on1400x900 and sometimes even on 1024x768....which is strange.
Just checked the game requirements and his PC fell comfortably within recommended system spec.I have similar PC too,so i know for what is capable and its a bit strange to not be able to play NFS 2010 at lowest setting on1080p lets say.


and yes your pc is similar to mine with same powered gpu heyy what is your monitor size?


its a Philips 227E qha IPS screen,22" :) 
And from what you explain i hardly know what is the real problem.But sounds to me very similar to....for example you play FPS and exiting the room or the building directly in to the large open and detailed environment?i.e. sometimes loads on GPU becomes enormous and fps dips.
By the way 40fps+ is a great for RPG games,but no so with racing games.Try to get stable 60fps,and see if that resolve the problem.

P.S.try some "older" titles,your PC will be doing just fine.My favorite were "Stalker" series and Skyrim.But dont expect to play Crysis 3 or even a 2 on 1080p :)  its honestly too much to handle even on lowest graphic settings.
P.P.S.most newer games based on Unreal engine 3 works great and are not too demanding,plus they offer great visuals even on low-med settings.
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