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Will XFX HD5770 be a wise chioce for 1024x768 resolution monitor..???

These are my questions....

1. Will HD5770 struggles to run on small res monitor..???

2. Shall I buy HD5770 or HD5670, since my monitor has a low resolution..???

3. Can I able to experience full performance of HD5770 in 1024x768 resolution..???

4. Will buying a HD5770 for my small res monitor be a waste of money..???

5. Is PSUs such as FSP SAGA II 500W or CORSAIR CX430 a best choice to run either of these cards..???

Pl z help me with best answers...
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  1. The 5770 should do a bang up job! Your resolution is pretty low so it should run fast but wont be as pretty as higher resolutions. The PSU's you mentioned should be ok as long as you stick with a single card system. You could get a better monitor later and you should still run great for a budget minded rig. GL
  2. of course the hd 5770 is a cool option for cheap gamers like myself.it will work perfectly
    Since your res is low
  3. 5770 can max 80% of all games at 1680X1050.At 1024X768 It will max every game out there including crysis,metro 2033,just cause 2 etc
  4. so, Is it better to buy HD5770 rather than buying HD5670..???
  5. Quote:
    yes 5770 go for it



    but the below thread creating a confusion....

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/306235-33-5770-1024x768-monitor
  6. Best answer
    bairav said:
    but the below thread creating a confusion....

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/306235-33-5770-1024x768-monitor

    ok.here is the lowdown.the 5770 was made for a target resolution of 1680X1050 at which it maxes out most games pretty good.At 1024X768 you will max out all games with 100+fps.The 5750 and gts 450 are equal and are weaker than 5770 but even they can max out all games at 1024X768.However if you upgrade your monitor in the future the 5670,5750,gts 450 may struggle at which the 5770 will do well.If you are not planning on upgrading your monitor anytime soon just get the cheeapest out of gts 450 and 5750 as they will max out all games at 1680.X1050.Be warned though that at your resolution a lot of burden is on you cpu.There make sure you have a good quad core processor
  7. celpas said:
    ok.here is the lowdown.the 5770 was made for a target resolution of 1680X1050 at which it maxes out most games pretty good.At 1024X768 you will max out all games with 100+fps.The 5750 and gts 450 are equal and are weaker than 5770 but even they can max out all games at 1024X768.However if you upgrade your monitor in the future the 5670,5750,gts 450 may struggle at which the 5770 will do well.If you are not planning on upgrading your monitor anytime soon just get the cheeapest out of gts 450 and 5750 as they will max out all games at 1680.X1050.Be warned though that at your resolution a lot of burden is on you cpu.There make sure you have a good quad core processor


    I have,

    Intel CORE 2 Duo E7200 @ 2.53Ghz
    Main Board model: Intel DG31PR
    HDD: 1TB Seagate + 160GB
    Chip set: G33/G31 Express Chip set Family.
    Transcend 4GB RAM DDR2 667Mhz
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    your cpu will bottleneck most modern games at that speed let alone only having 2 cores as most new games are now quadcore optimized bad company 2 gta 4 ect.

    however if you can manage to overclock your cpu to at least 3.00ghz people on toms hardware will help you just start a new thread in the overclocking section.:)
    good luck with your 5770 its a great card.


    Will Overclocking Of CPU affects the life of the processor...???
  9. bairav said:
    Will Overclocking Of CPU affects the life of the processor...???

    Is that a custom made pc or is it made by a manufacturer like hp,dell?
  10. no, its a custom made PC...
  11. bairav said:
    no, its a custom made PC...

    OK.Then you can try and overclock the processor.Within certain limits overclocking is safe although if you push your processor too hard it can damage your hardware.try googling for some processor overclocking guides.I think that the safe frequency for your cpu is 3.2Ghz.I wouldn't go past it.However I would only bother overclocking the processor in cpu bound games like gta 4,battlefield bad company 2 etc.Since most games are gpu bound,you probably won't need to overclock the processor if you get the 5770.Get the 5770.Its a great card.I own a gtx 275 which is faster than 5770 and I max out most games at 1680X1050.At 1024X768 your 5770 will max all games out there.
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