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October 7, 2011 8:09:00 AM

hello there id like to know how good is my pc for new games
at the moment i play HON only all setup is highest that the game support and i got no problem

my pc

CPU AMD Phenom II X6-1055T 6-Core BOX
MB MSI 870A Fuzion millitary class
RAM 4 GB DDR3 Corsair 1600 Mhz
GPU ATI Sapphire HD 6790 1GB Gddr5 256 bit
Power Cooler Master modular 520W real power

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October 7, 2011 8:20:49 AM

You have a fairly decent system. Your system will run any current game without any problem. Whether or not you can max out a given game will depend on what your screen resolution is. Less demanding games you can probably run on high settings up to 1080p. Some of the more demanding games (Crysis, Crysis 2, Metro 2033, BF3) will require reduced settings if you are playing at 1080p.
October 7, 2011 10:58:58 AM

i have 3.5 years old monitor samsung sync master 2032 BW 16:10 at max resolution 1680x1050 and im playing on that resolution
my gpu support much more but the monitor doesnt, so both monitor and gpu resolution is set on 1680x1050 . is this a big lose of quallity and what will i get with samsung HD for example T220 hd or newer if i buy one?will there be a big difference
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October 7, 2011 11:04:12 AM

1680x1050 is a decent resolution, and fits your graphics card's capabilities well. You would get a somewhat crisper picture with a 1080p monitor, though you would lose a bit of screen height switching to 16:9. Right now, I wouldn't worry too much about upgrading your monitor, an upgrade to 1080p wouldn't be a huge boost.
October 7, 2011 11:32:13 AM

Your system is still good...look at my system...it is older and have less performance but it is still OK for newest games ...although I am planning to upgrade very soon probably next year along with Ivybridge or second generation of Bulldozer..

Currently I am playing Tropico 4 and Lost Planet 2...no probs at all...
Now I am waiting for Skyrim and ME3.

October 12, 2011 6:54:55 PM

Supernova1138 said:
You have a fairly decent system. Your system will run any current game without any problem. Whether or not you can max out a given game will depend on what your screen resolution is. Less demanding games you can probably run on high settings up to 1080p. Some of the more demanding games (Crysis, Crysis 2, Metro 2033, BF3) will require reduced settings if you are playing at 1080p.



Not entirely true as this is my system and I have maxed out and finished Crysis 1 and warhead with an average of 46FPS and also Crysis 2 ran better at 60fps most of the time all at 1080p.

CPU: Liquid cooled phenom 965@4.1ghz

GPU: Non reference 5850

Ram: 4GB Gskill 1333mhz 7-7-7-21 timmings
October 12, 2011 7:04:18 PM

A 5850 is much faster than a 6790, and you have an overclocked CPU, the OP doesn't. Also for Crysis 2, do you have the DX11 patch and the ultra settings patch? Those patches make the game much more demanding. Crysis 2's max settings as originally shipped are possibly less demanding than the original Crysis.
October 12, 2011 8:27:37 PM

Supernova1138 said:
A 5850 is much faster than a 6790, and you have an overclocked CPU, the OP doesn't. Also for Crysis 2, do you have the DX11 patch and the ultra settings patch? Those patches make the game much more demanding. Crysis 2's max settings as originally shipped are possibly less demanding than the original Crysis.



Well yea Crysis 2 is less demanding than the original of course and no I didn't use the DX11 patch.

Also yea I forgot when ATI did that 100 jump the 5850's next series is the 6950 so the 6870 should be the 5770 right which isn't that great.


So since a 5770 can't max any of those games you mentioned then you are right this guy won't be able to max demanding games unless he is at low resolutions.
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