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February 26, 2010 3:23:15 AM

ok so before i commit myself to getting this new computer i want to know if will be any good ok heres the specs

Intel i3 530 3ghz

4gb ddr 3 1000mhz

750gb HD 7200rpm

Ati HD 5770 1gb DDr5

windows 7 home 32bit

ok so now that you know my specs heres my question

will i be able to play crysis on high no AA or AF at 1024 x 768
with some decent Fps like 30-40ish

also what settings will i be able to play games like fallout 3 and oblivion possibly mass effect 2 and c.o.d.6/modern warfare 2 maybe mirrors edge.

looking for approx settings and approx FPS

hope for a quick reply!!!

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February 26, 2010 3:38:37 AM

Get windows 7 64 bit, there is no reason to get a new copy of a 32 bit OS these days.

My 4850 can play crysis on high smoothly at 1280x1024, the 5770 will give slightly higher frame rates but still wont make 1680x1050 playable on high. 1024x768 wouldnt even be a challenge for it.

The 5770 will let you play fallout on very high at 1920x1080, you may have to turn down some of the view distance settings, my 4850 gets choppy outdoors. Same with oblivion. ME2 and MW2 should be playable on medium high settings at 1920x1080.

Now if you intend to play all of your games at 1024x768 like you have listed for crysis you could drop down to a 5670 and still have more than enough GPU power.
Anonymous
February 26, 2010 3:44:08 AM

hunter315 said:
Get windows 7 64 bit, there is no reason to get a new copy of a 32 bit OS these days.

My 4850 can play crysis on high smoothly at 1280x1024, the 5770 will give slightly higher frame rates but still wont make 1680x1050 playable on high. 1024x768 wouldnt even be a challenge for it.

The 5770 will let you play fallout on very high at 1920x1080, you may have to turn down some of the view distance settings, my 4850 gets choppy outdoors. Same with oblivion. ME2 and MW2 should be playable on medium high settings at 1920x1080.

Now if you intend to play all of your games at 1024x768 like you have listed for crysis you could drop down to a 5670 and still have more than enough GPU power.



cool oh could you give me your system specs soo i know how my system will stack up?
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February 26, 2010 4:07:49 AM

Phenom II 955 @ 3.2GHz(having gotten around to OCing yet)
ASUS M4A79T
4GB DDR3 1333MHz CL8
1TB WD Caviar Black
XFX HD 4850 512MB

The 5770 will give you better graphics performance than my 4850 does, especially at 1920x1080 because of the full GB of memory. The differences in CPUs are fairly irrelevant because both can provide significantly more FPS than necessary.

Keep in mine though that the limited memory bandwidth on the 5770 will take a decent hit from AA, but if you are moving up from a system that was forcing you to play stuff on low you arent going to be desperate for all the eyecandy.
February 26, 2010 3:42:09 PM

I'm perplexed that in 2010 a new gaming build is still not able to properly play a 2007 game. Isn't that when Crysis came out? I nearly bought it on Steam for $15 when it was on sale, but just couldn't overcome my hatred of SecuROM.
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