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January 9, 2013 6:38:40 AM

Hey all
I'm planning to make a new PC especially for gaming. I want to run all games on ultra-high settings without any lagg or glitch. I want to run my games very smoothly. I live in India, and I made a Pc for myself. Specifications are:-

Processor - Intel i3 3220 (3.3 GHz Clock Speed) (Ivy-Bridge Structure)
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H Motherboard
Graphic Card - MSI R7850-1GB GDDR5/OC Graphics Card
PSU - Corsair CX430 V2 PSU (430 Watts)
HDD - WD Caviar Green 1 TB Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WD10EARX)
RAM - G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) PC RAM (F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL)
Monitor - Dell IN1930M 18.5" LED Monitor
Optical Drive - Asus DRW-24B5ST Internal Optical Drive
Cabinet - Cooler Master Elite 311 Cabinet

This is the PC I want to buy, can I run games like Crysis 3, CoD BO2, GTA V, and all upcoming games on ultra-high settings without any lagg or glitch and super smooth.
Please suggest changes and say about this configuration.

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January 9, 2013 7:42:18 AM

Ya! your pc is good for gaming
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January 9, 2013 7:44:31 AM

Nope, even existing games like Far Cry 3 need more for ultra:

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/far-cry-3-performance-ben...

I'd grab a GTX670 if you can, or wait for the new lines to launch in the next few months. Only exception is if you're playing at very low resolution. If you want decent resolution and anti-aliasing though, I'd strongly recommend a GTX670.
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January 9, 2013 7:52:50 AM

sam_p_lay said:
Nope, even existing games like Far Cry 3 need more for ultra:

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/far-cry-3-performance-ben...

I'd grab a GTX670 if you can, or wait for the new lines to launch in the next few months. Only exception is if you're playing at very low resolution. If you want decent resolution and anti-aliasing though, I'd strongly recommend a GTX670.



18.5" thats wht my maximum resolution will be. it will be like 1366*7xx something like this....
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January 9, 2013 8:01:36 AM

Ah OK :-) Well that's a very low resolution indeed, so you should be fine with it.

Hard to say for sure because it's generally assumed people who use high settings will have good monitors, so ultra settings are almost always benchmarked wit 1920x1080 or higher, and 1680x1050 or lower is generally benchmarked with low settings. But you'll probably be fine on 1366.
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January 9, 2013 8:12:42 AM

sam_p_lay said:
Ah OK :-) Well that's a very low resolution indeed, so you should be fine with it.

Hard to say for sure because it's generally assumed people who use high settings will have good monitors, so ultra settings are almost always benchmarked wit 1920x1080 or higher, and 1680x1050 or lower is generally benchmarked with low settings. But you'll probably be fine on 1366.


So would i be able to hit all games on ultra with 40-50 fps
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January 9, 2013 8:47:06 AM

Like I say, it's hard to find benchmarks on good settings combined with bad resolutions so I couldn't say for sure. 40-50fps ultra is probably doable on ultra/1366 without AA. Of course other less demanding games will allow AA with ease. It's down to the game and the particular part of the game (wide open areas with lots going on are the most demanding). Tom's Far Cry 3 performance article is probably the worst-case scenario for today's games and I think it deliver your framerates on that ultra/1366 and no AA.
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January 9, 2013 3:08:11 PM

sam_p_lay said:
Like I say, it's hard to find benchmarks on good settings combined with bad resolutions so I couldn't say for sure. 40-50fps ultra is probably doable on ultra/1366 without AA. Of course other less demanding games will allow AA with ease. It's down to the game and the particular part of the game (wide open areas with lots going on are the most demanding). Tom's Far Cry 3 performance article is probably the worst-case scenario for today's games and I think it deliver your framerates on that ultra/1366 and no AA.




BRO please talk in simple language :p  , 'Yes' for smooth running at ultra settings. 'No' for Not .
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January 9, 2013 3:16:27 PM

no
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January 10, 2013 4:50:32 AM

N@m@n said:
no



:@ DON'T INTERRUPT
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January 10, 2013 6:18:13 AM

yes it is absolutely good for gaming.
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January 10, 2013 6:58:23 AM

sanyogita80 said:
yes it is absolutely good for gaming.


are you sure i can blow out any game i throw at it on ultra settings
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January 10, 2013 3:16:28 PM

dude next time you pm me please link to your question as it took me a good while to find it...
you will get very high and almost ultra on most every game. as long as its not a quad chomper like bf3.
upgrade the cpu to a 3570, if your on a budget then a 3450 will do.
also the psu is a little on the weak side for the cpu and gpu combo. better to get a 550w unit... antec do a good 1 for around £49 (sorry i dunno what that is in Rupee)
seasonic do a 530ish watt 1 for a 5er more... so if you can find em they are better choices.
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January 10, 2013 3:44:57 PM

HEXiT said:
dude next time you pm me please link to your question as it took me a good while to find it...
you will get very high and almost ultra on most every game. as long as its not a quad chomper like bf3.
upgrade the cpu to a 3570, if your on a budget then a 3450 will do.
also the psu is a little on the weak side for the cpu and gpu combo. better to get a 550w unit... antec do a good 1 for around £49 (sorry i dunno what that is in Rupee)
seasonic do a 530ish watt 1 for a 5er more... so if you can find em they are better choices.



bro im buying a
Seasonic S12II 520 Watts PSU
but i dont have budget to buy processor other than i3 3220
and sorry for the PM
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January 20, 2013 10:15:30 PM

at 1366 resolution? That would be perfect!
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