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Specs to Run Ultra Setting Games

I need to know what specs i need to run ultra setting games. Something in my new can not handle ultra settings. I doubt it is the memory (16GB DDR3). The processor is i7 3770, video card "Ge Force GT630 2GB", 128 GB solid-state drive.
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  1. Your graphics card is very weak. You need to upgrade it.

    What games are you talking about? Speak in titles.
  2. If the Graphics card is the engine then you own a lovely shiney beautiful Ferrari that some guy put a Lada engine in before he sold it to you. You want ultra you want GTX670 or 680
  3. wr6133 said:
    If the Graphics card is the engine then you own a lovely shiney beautiful Ferrari that some guy put a Lada engine in before he sold it to you. You want ultra you want GTX670 or 680


    Hi :)

    Lol, love the analogy :)

    Very true though...

    All the best Brett :)
  4. It depends on exactly which games you are talking about, what resolution you play at, and what is considered good enough performance.

    Take Crysis 2 for example, it is more or less an easy game to max out even with the DX11 and ultra high texture patch. Not as demanding as the original Crysis.




    However, Metro 2033 is a different story.



    Source: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/KFA2/GTX_680_Limited_OC/1.html
  5. You won't be able to play on Ultra if you use that GT630. A GTX670 or GTX680 is the perfect choice.
  6. It depends what games and what FPS you want, you can run many games on ultra setting at 1920 x 1080 on a Radeon 6870 or Nvidia GTX 560 but if you want constant 60FPS then a Radeon 7950 - 7970 or GTX 670 - 680 is what you want. The card you have is a re badged GT440 which is not really a gaming card at all.
  7. Sunius said:
    Your graphics card is very weak. You need to upgrade it.

    What games are you talking about? Speak in titles.


    Just think of the most demanding games out there i want a graphic card for it.
  8. GTX 670/680!
  9. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    Lol, love the analogy :)

    Very true though...

    All the best Brett :)


    Can you tell me whether that card is compatible with acer predator ag3620-UR21P? It is a pre-built tower but i did have concerns about the graphics card.
  10. tchowell said:
    Can you tell me whether that card is compatible with acer predator ag3620-UR21P? It is a pre-built tower but i did have concerns about the graphics card.



    Hi :)

    Get the size then measure your case....to see IF it will fit...

    All the best Brett :)
  11. Best answer
    Yeah no, real performance comes with the GTX 980, I love mine, and it runs everything on ultra. I mean Everything. GTA V, Crysis 3, Farcry 4, Starcraft 2, Battlefield 4, Minecraft (shaders, and other graphic enhanced mods), Planetside 2, Elder Scrolls, Fallouts, Literally everything I have played I can run on Ultra. All above 100 fps too. (Of course I SLI my 980 with 4k Resolution) But it is still the best card out there. Its 500-600$, even makes the Titan look bad.
  12. I am really happy with my MSI R9390 8GB DDR5 CARD.Its extremely pleasing.IAM getting above 79fps and minimum is 60fps in 1080P and in 3560×1440(21:9 ultawide MONITOR) IAM getting average stable 64fps and maximum fps in this resolution is 97fps.I have i5 6600k purchased but didn't use that cause I have to buy a month rboard for it.All these games were played using AMD 9570 FX.RAM is Corsair Vengeance 16(8*2)Gb,HDD is Western Digital Green 2TB,no ssd ;( Its not sli or quad,only one GPU.But need to say that 390 is a better buy only if u have anything above 1080p orelse GTX 970 is good enough to get stable 50+fps with ultrasettings.
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