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Is 9600 GT a good card for 1024 X 768 resolution?

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April 13, 2010 11:27:48 AM

Is 9600 Gt a good card for 1024 X 768 monitor resolution at high settings?

Which is better? 512 mb or 1024mb ?
April 13, 2010 11:38:02 AM

XFX 9600 GT is enough?
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April 13, 2010 11:47:17 AM

At 1024x768 512vs1gb of vram won't make much difference. It should play most games at that resolution but don't expect to crank up graphics too much.
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April 13, 2010 11:53:39 AM

jj555298 said:
At 1024x768 512vs1gb of vram won't make much difference. It should play most games at that resolution but don't expect to crank up graphics too much.

at high quality?.....not ultra high quality
and anti aliasing at 2x?...........
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April 13, 2010 12:02:53 PM

Hello again newzealend. The 9600GT is a fine choice for that resolution. 512mb is plenty of VRAM for many games even at much higher resolutions, so 1GB is not necessary. It should be able to handle most current titles with high detail levels.

One thing to keep in mind is that some games are more detailed than others, so settings will have to be tuned for each.
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April 13, 2010 12:04:17 PM

It really depends on what games you are playing, but for newer games I don't think you'll be able to play at higher settings. As an example the 9600GT is near the bottom of this list (http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/gaming-graphics-card...) . You need something a bit more powerful (100-150$ range). It should handle most games just don't expect to push settings up too high.
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April 13, 2010 12:07:04 PM

RazberyBandit said:
Hello again newzealend. The 9600GT is a fine choice for that resolution. 512mb is plenty of VRAM for many games even at much higher resolutions, so 1GB is not necessary. It should be able to handle most current titles with high detail levels.

One thing to keep in mind is that some games are more detailed than others, so settings will have to be tuned for each.

I was planing to buy a 5670 but It is out of stock everywhere..........
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April 13, 2010 12:10:08 PM

I have to play at high quality..............anti aliasing at 0x...........
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April 14, 2010 5:47:09 AM

Thanks razery..............dont know what these guys are upto.............I had been told by a shop that 5670 is not available anywhere but when I rang up another shop they told it was available and would arrive in 2 days after ordering...................stupid guys.............does the XFX radeon HD 5670 have many versions?..............are there any low quality versions in XFX radeon 5670?
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April 14, 2010 2:47:01 PM

Umm... While XFX lists 7 different 5670 models (three 512Mb models, four 1Gb models), I can't give any insight into each one's level of quality as I do not personally own any of them. I believe XFX to be a very high-quality company. However, that does not mean every card is perfect, nor does it mean that over time none will ever fail.

I'm sorry I cannot give any insight into their specific quality, but I believe the question is near impossible for anyone other than XFX to answer with any degree of accuracy. But would you really expect them to say anything other than good things about their products? I think not.
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April 14, 2010 5:39:43 PM

9600GT is enough for high quality and 1024X768 resolution.

HD5670 is comparable to 9800GT in terms of performance.
So if you can get a 9800GT you'll be fine.

I'm running a 9800GT myself and I can play all my games at 1600X900!!

Costs somewhere around Rs5500.
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April 15, 2010 4:45:12 AM

RazberyBandit said:
Umm... While XFX lists 7 different 5670 models (three 512Mb models, four 1Gb models), I can't give any insight into each one's level of quality as I do not personally own any of them. I believe XFX to be a very high-quality company. However, that does not mean every card is perfect, nor does it mean that over time none will ever fail.

I'm sorry I cannot give any insight into their specific quality, but I believe the question is near impossible for anyone other than XFX to answer with any degree of accuracy. But would you really expect them to say anything other than good things about their products? I think not.


http://www.gameguru.in/img/xfx-ati-radeon-hd-5670-01.jp...

This is the one I see everywhere..............I guess this will be the one I buy............
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April 15, 2010 4:48:04 AM

And one more thing guys..............will the testing be enough to determine the 5670 quality?

i have a few games installed on my system..........and i have 1 gb ram now..........
I have wanted-weapons of fate, transformers 2, saints row 2 and ashes cricket 2009..........So if I crank up details all high, Then will the game lag?
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April 15, 2010 5:57:59 AM

Newzealand, if the hundreds of reviews on tech websites and magazines around the world aren't enough to give you any confidence to buy computer products, then maybe you should just buy a console so you don't have to worry about individual parts anymore. That or a completely pre-built system from the likes of Dell or HP.

I'm not saying that to be rude or mean in any fashion. I'm being honest.
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April 15, 2010 9:47:00 AM

RazberyBandit said:
Newzealand, if the hundreds of reviews on tech websites and magazines around the world aren't enough to give you any confidence to buy computer products, then maybe you should just buy a console so you don't have to worry about individual parts anymore. That or a completely pre-built system from the likes of Dell or HP.

I'm not saying that to be rude or mean in any fashion. I'm being honest.

Thanks razery.............. XFX 5670 confirmed................ :hello:  :hello: 
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April 15, 2010 6:29:42 PM

at your resolution 9600GT should be able to play at high setting. even with my 9600GSO (48sp) i'm able to play crysis at high setting with average 25-30 FPS (1024x768). btw 5670 is a good choice. the performance is roughly near to 9800GT but using less power than 9600GSO/GT
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