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February 20, 2014 11:02:33 AM

GPU for 1280x1024 that can play Crysis 3 V.high 16XAA 50+ fps?

specs:
I5 4570
650w fsp Psu
8Gb ram
Seagate 1T Barracuda Sata3 7200RPM
CoolerMaster TX3 EVO
Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H
February 21, 2014 10:50:18 AM

How much do you want to spend?
I think you could go with a gtx 760 or a Radeon r9 270x for that resolution
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February 21, 2014 11:01:56 AM

At that resolution theres little reason to spend beyond a 7750.
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February 21, 2014 11:58:21 AM

I'm wondering why you're still using a 1280x1024 monitor
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February 21, 2014 12:23:44 PM

I agree with Cookybiscuit. I used to play Crysis 3 on a 6850 on a LGA 771 platform with a 3ghz xeon and was able to use high settings on a 1920x1200 monitor. If you are intent on keeping your current monitor, an AMD Radeon 260(normal or 260X) or Nvidia GTX 650ti boost would be all you need. The 760's and 270x at that resolution will run ultra on a 1080 solution.

Anand bench showing the 260X and 650 ti boost.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1044?vs=1040

Your FPS will be significantly higher as you have roughly half the pixels/resolution to power.
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February 21, 2014 2:20:19 PM

i thought about gtx 770..
i want to play BF4 Crysis3 Watch dogs The division and more Gpu intansive games..
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February 21, 2014 8:09:47 PM

gtx 770 is for 1920x1080 gaming at 70-100 fps
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February 22, 2014 6:10:31 AM

Lower quality video card and buy a new Monitor (1980x1080) ??
how many fps with my specs?
(max settings)
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February 24, 2014 8:51:16 AM

Check that link I posted a few frames up. Your platform won't limit you at all, just use the drop-down menu to select what video card you are considering and the benchmarks will show up.
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February 24, 2014 9:23:17 AM

dwatterworth said:
I agree with Cookybiscuit. I used to play Crysis 3 on a 6850 on a LGA 771 platform with a 3ghz xeon and was able to use high settings on a 1920x1200 monitor. If you are intent on keeping your current monitor, an AMD Radeon 260(normal or 260X) or Nvidia GTX 650ti boost would be all you need. The 760's and 270x at that resolution will run ultra on a 1080 solution.

Anand bench showing the 260X and 650 ti boost.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1044?vs=1040

Your FPS will be significantly higher as you have roughly half the pixels/resolution to power.


OBJECTION!

I love my 4:3 monitor and hapily spent my hard earned cash on A GTX770. Performance is awesome. Would I go higher than a 770 for 1280x1024? Definetly not.

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February 25, 2014 10:44:22 AM

Gtx 770 + 4670K will Be good for watch dogs and more future games?
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February 25, 2014 10:47:49 AM

those two items are for 1080p setups not this low resolution.

though if you INSIST at staying at this resolution they will run every game you want, have a coffee and tuck their kids in whilst doing so.
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February 27, 2014 4:46:08 AM

AshyCFC said:
those two items are for 1080p setups not this low resolution.

though if you INSIST at staying at this resolution they will run every game you want, have a coffee and tuck their kids in whilst doing so.


so what do you recomended for Maxing watch dogs and crysis 3 at my resolution?
(at 50fps + )
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February 27, 2014 10:24:34 AM

R7 260X, GTX 750ti something like that.

in terms of cpu, the i5 4570 will be fine.
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February 27, 2014 10:39:32 AM

AshyCFC said:
R7 260X, GTX 750ti something like that.

in terms of cpu, the i5 4570 will be fine.


GTX 660 + 4570 + 8Gb ram
and 1280x1024 Monitor
run Ultra Crysis 3 And Watch dogs At 50 Fps + ??
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February 27, 2014 10:41:02 AM

yes, I believe so.
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February 27, 2014 12:08:42 PM

AshyCFC said:
yes, I believe so.


I5 3470 Will work?
(28$ less)
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February 27, 2014 1:05:38 PM

yes, rememer the i5 3470 needs a socket 1155 board(not 1150 like the 4570)

If you get the 3470 you'll need a different mobo to the 4570 though.

I'd look at the I5 4440.
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