Crysis 3 + HD 7750 = ?

CPU
Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66GHz
GFX
Radeon HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 ( upgrading to this tommorow )
RAM
6GB
PSU HP stock PSU 365w

After upgrading to this GFX will i play Crysis 3 @ 720p high settings
And will this GFX be ok with my PSU
And will this build be future proof till 2013 end? i mean GTA 5 :8
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  1. Ummmm doubt youll even be able to play on lowest settings my 7870 struggles with crysis 3
  2. hmmm
    anyone else?
  3. Yeah, that CPU might e holding you back a little. Crysis 3 uses 4 cores.
  4. just been playing and it works best on a quad. i got no fps bounce.
    if your jumping from 45-20-45 then you can assume the cpu is hitting 100% usage and causing a bottleneck.
  5. i think u can run it on low with fine fps , but u have to change your cpu for Quad core
    as soon as possible
    your gpu can run 2013 games but cant stand against 2014 games.
    your psu cant run 7750
    u need at least 500 watt psu
  6. You will probably be able to play it with around 40 FPS at its lowest settings
  7. thephenom1157 said:

    your psu cant run 7750
    u need at least 500 watt psu


    That is madness. I am running an overclocked 7870 on a 460W. A 7750 requires like 350W.


    You are looking at low settings at 720P. The game still will look great though.
  8. don't buy the 7750. it's a waste of money on today's standards. take a 6850/70 or higher.
    as for CPU, upgrade. doul cores are too old for games like bf3 in crysis.
    sorry
  9. voiidwulf said:
    That is madness. I am running an overclocked 7870 on a 460W. A 7750 requires like 350W.


    You are looking at low settings at 720P. The game still will look great though.



    Actually that is a lie because I use a 7750 and my setup is this

    athlon x2 255 3.1ghz

    4gb RAM 1066mhz

    powercolor 7750

    and my PSU is a whopping 220w! yes a whopping 220w ( I upgraded an OEM computer)

    I know GPU's require power but this one requires next to nothing i mean 50w max (more like 40w when under a standard load.)

    I have been running this card in my system for 3 months now and not a single issue with my PSU even though my PSU is 80+ bronze (12v@16a = 192w)

    So from my experience as long as you have 16a to play with and not running a power hungry beast of a CPU you are fine using the 7750.

    Now onto Crysis 3. I play crysis 3 at 1080p low settings and i get around 25 fps - 40 fps from time to time but on average at about 30 - 35 fps. Now in my system I have a very heavy CPU bottleneck. It stays at max 100% usage the whole time while playing.

    Now from what I see from your rig you will be able to play it but with lowest settings if you play @720p it will definitely put more strain on the CPU so your CPU is a definite bottleneck.
  10. Chief7285 said:
    Actually that is a lie because I use a 7750 and my setup is this

    athlon x2 255 3.1ghz

    4gb RAM 1066mhz

    powercolor 7750

    and my PSU is a whopping 220w! yes a whopping 220w ( I upgraded an OEM computer)

    I know GPU's require power but this one requires next to nothing i mean 50w max (more like 40w when under a standard load.)

    I have been running this card in my system for 3 months now and not a single issue with my PSU even though my PSU is 80+ bronze (12v@16a = 192w)

    So from my experience as long as you have 16a to play with and not running a power hungry beast of a CPU you are fine using the 7750.

    Now onto Crysis 3. I play crysis 3 at 1080p low settings and i get around 25 fps - 40 fps from time to time but on average at about 30 - 35 fps. Now in my system I have a very heavy CPU bottleneck. It stays at max 100% usage the whole time while playing.

    Now from what I see from your rig you will be able to play it but with lowest settings if you play @720p it will definitely put more strain on the CPU so your CPU is a definite bottleneck.



    Lol, yeah. Exactly. No way you need a 500W for a 7750.
  11. so will it bottleneck my cpu? i mean core 2 duo is faster?
  12. usmansajid said:
    your rite its not fake but you can see how jerky and stuttery it is. every 5 to 10 seconds on the video you can see the game pause for a fraction of a second because its running on a low end dual core. so while 95% of the time the game is smooth that other 5% is the reason to upgrade.
  13. but u know amd is weak than intel so is core 2 duo stronger
    as my friend runs hd 7750 on dual without bottleneck so will this bottleneck and will this card be able to run gta v 720p medium
  14. the 7750 is pretty decent i guess, but still you need a new CPU.
  15. What about me can i run crysis in high ? ( screen resolution 1366x768 , HD 7750 , processor intel core i5-2400)?
  16. yes, it will, i have it and i run crysis 3 at highest settings at 1600x900
  17. I have two options ( Sapphire hd 7750 , Gigabyte hd 7770 OC ) what should I get ?
  18. 7750 is very low power GPU. I run it on a 300w PSU with my HTPC.
  19. HEXiT said:
    usmansajid said:
    your rite its not fake but you can see how jerky and stuttery it is. every 5 to 10 seconds on the video you can see the game pause for a fraction of a second because its running on a low end dual core. so while 95% of the time the game is smooth that other 5% is the reason to upgrade.



    +1, I had a horrible time with hitches playing Crysis 2 DX11 on my Athlon X2 - it would only play smoothly in DX9.
  20. timil said:
    Ummmm doubt youll even be able to play on lowest settings my 7870 struggles with crysis 3


    What monitor are you running it on because I am running it on a 144 by 900 at 8x antialiasing and it is running at around 40 fps. 7870 hawk
  21. One last thing, make sure you turn v sync off. You will be able to run it better than you may think, v sync will kill the fps though.
  22. I hav a 450 w psu and a msi 880 gms e41 motherboard with amd fx 6100
    Should I buy powercolor 7750 1gb to play games like bf3 and crysis 3 and Nfs mw 2 on low to mid settings with 720p
    If not please suggest me a graphic card
    I am having a tight budget
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