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Can Nvidia GT 430 run Crysis....?????

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February 22, 2011 3:36:35 AM

Hey everyone...

I saw Nvidia GT 430 which ave good specification and a Reasonable price...
It supports Direct X 11 and is a good card for games...


I want to know that Can it run CRYSIS on a high end?????

Please help....

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February 22, 2011 3:50:28 AM

Man then tell what's the price & the power consumtion of the HD 4870...
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February 22, 2011 3:51:21 AM

No not well enough to play. It will run on minimum settings though ( probably).
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February 22, 2011 3:55:48 AM

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i was simply saying it wont run crysis on those settings and the op didnt ask for power consuming figures please read properly before judging my post thankyou.




He is the OP, he was asking if he could get a card like yours. OP you want something like a GTX460,GTX560Ti or HD 6870 or better from ATI. You would need a good 500w-550w power supply for any of these cards.
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February 22, 2011 5:35:44 AM

The GT 430 is a lite-weight gaming card at best. The following is the performance in Crysis Warhead with everything maxed out and is tested in a computer with an i7-975X Extreme Edition. Expect about a 5% - 15% decrease in performance if you are using a slower CPU. Only 1600 x 900 resolution has been benchmarked.



http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/video/display/gigabyte...

The GT 430 is too weak to really make use of DX11. The most talked about effect is Tessellation which is on-the-fly increase in the actual number of polygons to increase details. It is a processing power hog. Assuming Crysis Warhead was a DX11 title, then I would knock off about another 20% of performance if you were to play the with a GT 430 in DX11 mode.





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February 22, 2011 8:26:48 AM

I want to run Crysis Warhead on 1360 * 768 VGA Monitor.
Will GT 430 run it good on this resolution?

I have few more chices --- Nvidia GT 440 512 MB
ATi HD 5670 512 MB
Nvidia GT 210 1024 MB
Nvidia GT 220 1024 MB
Nvidia GTS 450 1024 MB


Please Tell me which one is the best
According to me GTS 450 is best but please I want to know more....
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February 22, 2011 1:14:33 PM

it will run mostly high settings dx9 (shadows and object details at medium) around 25 frames avarage.
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February 24, 2011 3:39:53 AM

My system specs are ------
Intel G31 Pentium 4 - 3.20 GHz
2 GB RAM
400w power supply
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February 24, 2011 4:23:41 AM

The Biggest bottleneck is your processor.even if you get gtx 460 it would be sickenly bottlenecked by your cpu because of a single core.you would have to upgrade your processor too.i would suggest any intel dual core of pentium 5x00 series.
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February 24, 2011 4:36:48 AM

^ +1

Pentium 4 is a huge limit.
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February 24, 2011 5:05:39 AM

so the Pentium 4 is not good?
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February 24, 2011 5:33:55 AM

Guys just look at the above mentioned choices and tell which one is the best
and i have one more choice of ATi HD 5750....

Please tell which one is worth buying???
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February 24, 2011 6:12:35 AM

rahulriskyjaat said:
so the Pentium 4 is not good?


instead of not good it is better to say that pentium 4 was way generation behind. when they first came out it might pretty decent but that was 5-6 years ago. right now there are more and more program can benefit from 2 cores or more so single core pentium 4 will have to struggle to run new software especially that rely heavily on cpu cores such as video editing program. i still remember when my pentium 4 can't load power director 8 because lack of processing power. when i got my e7500 the software was able to run just fine. honestly even some C2D or C2Q processor at their stock clock will bottleneck today's mid-range cards. my advice to you is if you don't have the money to change your platform then just upgrade your processor to C2D or C2Q. your motherboard should be able to support it. then take something better than GT430 such as HD5750 that you have in mind
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February 24, 2011 7:24:09 AM

thanks man
i will look for a core 2 quad
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February 24, 2011 7:33:43 AM

I just looked for i3 and it is having 2 cores with a speed of 3.1GHz.
Its price is in my reach .....

I have a Nvidia 8400 GS (512mb) and i want to know that if i use it with the i3 than can i get good performance in Crysis by minimizing the quality????
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February 24, 2011 8:06:56 AM

crysis is very demanding on gpu side. regardless processor, 8400GS will struggle in game such as crysis even at very low possible setting. if you really want to get an i3 you'll have to change your motherboard and ram as well.
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February 24, 2011 8:08:34 AM

you mean that my motherboard won't supprot it..
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February 24, 2011 9:38:08 AM

yes because they use different socket. your current mobo will only support LGA775 cpu. for i3 there are LGA1156 and LGA1155 (which is not compatible to each other as well). if you're tight on budget just get C2D or C2Q and you can still get significant boost compared to your current processor. just make sure which model you want to pick and we can suggest which graphic to get so there won't be bottleneck issue :) 
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February 24, 2011 11:46:40 AM

i have a very tight budget and I can only afford either a graphic card or a Dual Core Processor...
Say around $125..
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February 24, 2011 8:19:25 PM

for starters, dont get the gt430, it is crap and overpriced. Let us know the make of your motherboard and CPU, get a program called CPUz which will tell you all this. Some newer GFX cards do not work in older motherboards. I would reccommend the gt240 (there are 2 versions, ddr5 and ddr3, get the ddr5 version) for your system. Forget DX11, lower end cards cant handle it anyway.
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February 26, 2011 11:22:38 AM

My motherboard is Intel G31
Processor - Pentium 4 (641) 3.20 GHz (With Hyper-Threading)
Socket 775 LGA, 65 nm, 1 core, 2 threads, 2 MB L2 Cache, RAM - 2 GB DDR2 + 512 MB DDR2 and PCI-Express x16....

This is the data i got form CPU-Z...

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February 26, 2011 11:25:55 AM

I also saw two more Cards - ATi Radeon HD 5750

and Nvidia GeForce GTS 450....
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February 26, 2011 12:05:07 PM

GPU - ATI 5750. Uses less power than the Geforce 450 for more or less the same performance. Your 400 Watt PSU should do fine.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

CPU - E7500 Dual Core or Q8300 Quad Core. Anything less would be a waste of money.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


I have a friend running Crysis on a ATI 5750 @ 1280x768 (something like that) with perfectly playable graphics on Med - High settings (no FSAA ofcorz). He uses a 350 Watt PSU.

Hope this helps.
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February 27, 2011 3:55:17 AM

My motherboard's exact name is Intel G31E (W)
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February 27, 2011 8:54:14 AM

g31 you can put in an e7500 as it is 1066fsb which is all your MB supports. even an e6500 would be a significant improvement and would go well with a gt240. be careful of pcie 2.1 cards like ati 5xxx series, as they sometimes have issues with older motherboards such as yours and dont work. You could even look at second hand 8800gt or 9800gt or gts250 which would be better than a gt240. If it were my computer, i would get the e7500 and a gts250 or if that goes over your budget drop the cpu to an e6500, and if your still over budget with that get the e6500 and a gt240 or second hand 8800gt.
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February 27, 2011 9:17:57 AM

iam2thecrowe said:
be careful of pcie 2.1 cards like ati 5xxx series, as they sometimes have issues with older motherboards such as yours and dont work. You could even look at second hand 8800gt or 9800gt or gts250 which would be better than a gt240. If it were my computer, i would get the e7500 and a gts250 or if that goes over your budget drop the cpu to an e6500, and if your still over budget with that get the e6500 and a gt240 or second hand 8800gt.


8800 and 9800 are power hungry so i would not advise you get any of those. Not saying it wont work, but its not recommended for a 400 watt PSU.

G31 chipset with PCIE1.0 would have no problem running any PCIE2.1 cards. My 6870 ran fine on my old MSI G31 mobo.
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February 27, 2011 11:24:21 AM

Thanks for this man
I'll go with a E7500
what about E6550 . (Just for knowledge)
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February 27, 2011 12:42:59 PM

Even though I am late to the thread it can but it won't be all that great. That game can even cripple mid range cards on 4:3 resolutions much less 16:9 and 16:10/11. I have upgraded my cpu since I last played this one but that didn't stop it from maxing out my gtx 460.
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February 27, 2011 2:44:58 PM

Dual Core 3Ghz..
4GB DDR2 800mhz
GT430 1GB
1360x768

can i run crysis2 on medium settings? or can i play it on this system?
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February 27, 2011 2:51:23 PM

Yes but some of those settings will have to be low while others you have more room to play with but no aa or af models.
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February 27, 2011 3:09:05 PM

how many fps will i get with these settings..??
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February 27, 2011 4:35:27 PM

20-40 with lows in the 10s. There are many other factors in performance than just the card.
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February 28, 2011 12:57:52 AM

bottom line is, dont get a gt430, it is slow. upgrade your cpu to e7500 or e6500 read a comparison here http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/266790-28-e6500-e7500
now upgrade to a gt240 or if you have a bit more money an ATI 5750 which is faster, both are low power consumption cards that should run on your psu.
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February 28, 2011 1:45:20 AM

Turn off all the bells and whistles, keep the AA and AF minimal, and sure you could play Crysis and Crysis 2, but it's not going to look nearly as pretty or smooth as the screen-shots and videos you've seen.

http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/

The closer to the minimum requirements the closer to minimal settings and resolution you'll have to play the game. Recommended is typically for medium to high settings and 30+ FPS. Beyond recommended with cutting edge technology is a whole entire other story and typical of enthusiasts.

Crysis runs in DX9 or DX10 and the DX10 path will require more in fact it will probably require the recommended specifications to be playable. DX11 results in more performance at less of a tax than DX10, but I wouldn't touch either with a GTS 430 except in games that use DX11 as an optimization such as WoW. I'd just test each API and see which you prefer, you may have to choose between low settings in DX11 and medium settings in DX9 in Crysis 2 for example.
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February 28, 2011 1:44:07 PM

lakshitharxx said:
how many fps will i get with these settings..??


crysis is very gpu intensive game. when the game came out in 2007 there is no hardware available to max out the game. to this day crysis still used in benchmark because of it's resource hunger nature :p  . i think you should go for GT430 if you really tight on budget right now. other option is save your money now and go for better gpu when you already have it. your call :D 

btw you should open your own thread ;) 
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February 28, 2011 2:10:53 PM

renz496 said:
not sure about that but upgrading your processor from P4 to C2D will definitely help your performance up in any games. crysis is very gpu intensive game. when the game came out in 2007 there is no hardware available to max out the game. to this day crysis still used in benchmark because of it's resource hunger nature :p  . i think you should go for GT430 if you really tight on budget right now. other option is save your money now and go for better gpu when you already have it. your call :D 


I have a Dual Core E5700.. I think crysis 2 is playable on GT430? I get 40-60 Fps ( 45 Average) in Black OPS..
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March 17, 2011 5:31:21 PM

Though id just point out my Mesh computer has a GT 430 (1.5gb) with 4gb ram. It can run crysis on maz settings with a framerate of about 60ps with no loss of quality or slowing. The only time i have ever noticed lag is in the massive tank battle level. It can also run crysis 2 on max settings with no lag whatsoever at a similar framerate. So yes, it can run pretty much any game in existance.
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March 17, 2011 7:24:19 PM

1024 x 768, but i have run it on a widescreen before. This is my computer, only modifications are that I also bought the 2x 4gb ram (that was a mistake in my last post :p ) and the gamer sound card. http://www.meshcomputers.com/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTV...
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March 18, 2011 1:02:15 AM

all you need to know is the gt 430 is overpriced and delivers poor performance. Go for a 5670 or gt240 for better performance vs price. the DX11 features on the gt430 are useless as with dx11 on it will crawl to a halt on dx11 titles.
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March 18, 2011 6:57:42 AM

again, thats not true.
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March 18, 2011 4:19:50 PM

I wasnt aware that it is possible to game off of a CPU, does that mean a graphics card is not even required to run games- simply a fast processor? The graphics in game are fantastic, as good as any video I have seen online, so my computer is obviously perfectly capable. Can you explain how a CPU could run a game- my dad is pretty experienced with this kind of stuff and even he couldnt tell me!
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March 18, 2011 4:20:28 PM

Also there are a ton of vids on you tube of people running crysis at max on a GT430... whats up there? Similar case?
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February 17, 2012 9:18:37 PM

I maxed it out with the 430 and it ran smooth
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