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GTX 570 28 FPS on 19inch

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March 18, 2011 3:36:04 PM

I got ASUS GTX 570 2 days back frm US to India ( Asus wont give warranty here)...

my config: Corsair TX 650 V2, 3GB 6400 @ 800Mhz.., BTX mobo as its DELL XPS 420....
CPU Q6600 @ 2.4Ghz... previous card was ATI 2600XT 256mb...

So played Dirt2, Crysis, F1 2010 and run 3D mark..

Dirt2 = 75FPS Avg. on high settings with 4XMSAA and same with 8XMSAA
Crysis = 21 min. on full settings.. and normal 32, max 46

now the game i most care about
F1 2010 = 27 min FPS and 42 max. with 8XMSAA

GTX 570 making me cry as Screen is 19inch and resolution of "" 1400 X 900"""

I have few days to return it back and get my money back.... pls let me know if i shud get ATI HD 6970 which will speed up my programs as i think of eyespeed, and has better bandwidth...

Or if i overclock my CPU to 3.2Ghz.... how much performance diff shud i consider... Pls let me know the best deal wht u think..

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March 18, 2011 3:43:25 PM

you card definitely got bottleneck by your cpu stock clock. and at such lower resolution your will need faster cpu to keep up the card. btw F1 2010 favors radeon cards more.
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March 18, 2011 3:43:34 PM

Did you uninstall old drivers and then turn off computer before installing new card?
Have you downloaded the latest drivers for the card?
Did you connect both power connectors to the card?
Have you done any tweaking on the card settings?
What size power supply do you have - and what is the make and model?
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March 18, 2011 4:00:28 PM

rockyjohn said:
Did you uninstall old drivers and then turn off computer before installing new card?
Have you downloaded the latest drivers for the card?
Did you connect both power connectors to the card?
Have you done any tweaking on the card settings?
What size power supply do you have - and what is the make and model?


I made complete New Windows7 installation... where i downloaded the latest drivers from Nvidia as m not going to do stupid mistakes.... PSU is fine TX 650 V2 Latest from Corsair giving 53Amps on single rail....

anyway can u guys tell me if ATI card will also have same problem or it will run better....
Also i will OC CPU to 3.2Ghz... how much performance i shud be looking in improvement?
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March 18, 2011 4:04:39 PM

5-10 fps
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March 18, 2011 4:05:02 PM

and Nvidia Panel has more options to confuse :) 
i choose application controlled settings where it is applicable... and also i didnt touch the ASUS utility for OC...
i dont want to overclock my new Graphics card.......

Try to understand my question....
" i gave 521$ only for the card.... shud i send it back if there will be no good improvement after OC my CPU""
and i guess ATI wud also have same problem so just answer the above one pls :) 
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March 18, 2011 4:11:55 PM

mdsiu said:
5-10 fps


only 5-10? then wht shud i upgrade with? on forums i saw 112fps on 1600X1050 res. now on 1400X900 its 32 ONLY
talking about F1 2010.... my frnd who has everything less.. even card is ATI 5650 1 Gb .. he getting 80% of mine on 1600X 1050....

Thats y i asked if ATI has less bottlenecking.... and i shud go to ATI.. as i can still return the product and save my 521$
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March 18, 2011 4:16:20 PM

5-10 fps gained by overclocking your proc all else the same. Your CPU is clearly the bottleneck.
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March 18, 2011 4:27:14 PM

mdsiu said:
"Your CPU is clearly the bottleneck"


ok it is.. but 31FPS only on 1400X900?? actually i bought it thru ebay and i got CDs in rough conditions....so m thinking if the card is used or something.... and shud i get lower card or not coz i cant upgrade mobo as its BTX...

so 6870 i shud go for i guess according to the 5-10 fps data u giving me...
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March 18, 2011 5:02:43 PM

Yeah, your CPU is going to hold back a lot of the modern cards at your resolution. The 570 is finishing its jobs faster than your CPU can send them. I think you'll have this problem if you upgrade to any modern card like a 6970 or so.
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March 18, 2011 5:37:11 PM

mortonww said:
Yeah, your CPU is going to hold back a lot of the modern cards at your resolution. The 570 is finishing its jobs faster than your CPU can send them. I think you'll have this problem if you upgrade to any modern card like a 6970 or so.


ok so if i use HD monitor then it will deliver good numbers for it? like 60FPS for Dirt2 or F1 2010... yea i will OC my CPU to 3.2Ghz as its locked so gonna use tape mod...
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March 18, 2011 5:37:37 PM

before deciding on upgrading try overclock your cpu first and try to see if there is improvement. 6970 is roughly on par with GTX570 so even if you replace yours with 6970 you won't see noticeable difference (in general gaming situation). regarding F1 2010 as i said before the game favors radeon cards. so 6970 might have better frame rates than 570 in F1 2010 but i don't think it can give you enough reasons to change your 570 to 6970 especially at your resolution
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March 18, 2011 5:57:29 PM

renz496 said:
i don't think it can give you enough reasons to change your 570 to 6970 especially at your resolution


yea ofc... just let me know about resolution part u r saying.... as i will buy a HD monitor in near future.. so on that 570 will perform better according to u guys right?
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March 18, 2011 6:12:20 PM

to be exact using higher resolution will not resulting in better frame rates. remember when using higher resolution there will be more pixel as well. if your frame rates are pretty much the same even with increasing the resolution that means you cpu are bottlenecking your gpu at lower resolution. IMO even if you run on your current resolution you should get more frame rates compared to what you're getting right now. i honestly believe that you cpu running at it's stock speed are bottlenecking your 570 a lot.
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March 18, 2011 6:22:53 PM

renz496 said:
your CPU is bottlenecking your 570 a lot

yeah... and i tried 3D mark 11, in temple scene i got 4FPS .... everything was set to max ofc...
still u guys forget the point? shud i go for 6870 :) 

anyway cya tomow after OC my CPU..
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March 18, 2011 6:26:29 PM

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The lower the resolution you are playing on the more you have to overclock it

yea thats wht i wanted to hear... as i dont have practicle knowledge.. i only read articles...

So i shud keep 570 for my HD monitor...thnks for the help guys.
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March 18, 2011 7:27:37 PM

Best answer selected by allanmcnish.
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August 13, 2011 11:30:51 PM

Indians? your not getting it (cpu bottle necking your 570) it means you need faster cpu speed to make the 570 perform like it should , so it's either you oc your cpu or replace it , don't buy any monitors or a 6970 it will not make any difference if you do so.
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August 14, 2011 5:51:28 AM

glitch19 said:
it will not make any difference if you do so.


It did actually. I bought TWIN FROZR III 6950 OC which is giving me 92FPS in Crysis2 instead of 72 given by GTX 570 in enthusiast mode.

and i think u didnt get me. i know new CPU is needed but i have BTX mobo as its Dell XPS 420. so i cant get new CPU.
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