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Is hd 5750 good for res 1360x768 ?

Will hd 5750 handle all games on high settings or should i move on to the superior 5770 or maybe gtx 460 768mb.I dont want to spend any unnecessary money.I may do a mild overclock to increase performance.My specs-
Intel C2D e7500 @2.93Ghz
ASUS P5KPL AM/PS
2 GB DDR2 RAM
res-1360x768
PSU- I am going to get a better one.It does not seem compatible.
I live in India.I think i can get an hd 5750 for Rs.5000 - 6000 ($110-135)
hd 5770 for rs.6500-7500 ($145-170)
gtx 460 768mb for rs.8000-9000($180-$200)
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  1. Yes it is. That video card should be fine in 1280x1024 and 1440x900 even.

    If there's like a a tiny price gap between a 5770 and a 5750, then go for the 5770, there's much better value in the 5770 for a few more coins IMO.

    Cheers!
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    The HD 5750 should be decent enough. The GTX 460 is the best performer of the three.

    See following review and look at the benchmarks for 1280x1024 resolution. That resolution is about 25% higher than yours. Performance does not scale up or down linearly so I would estimate maybe you will get 20% better performance than the benchmarks for 1280x1024.

    However, those benchmarks are based on a test rig with an Intel Core i7 920 @ 3.8 GHz which is more powerful than your E7500.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_5750_Low_Profile/6.html

    The most demanding games in the review are Crysis and Metro 2033.
  3. jaguarskx said:
    The HD 5750 should be decent enough. The GTX 460 is the best performer of the three.

    See following review and look at the benchmarks for 1280x1024 resolution. That resolution is about 25% higher than yours. Performance does not scale up or down linearly so I would estimate maybe you will get 20% better performance than the benchmarks for 1280x1024.

    However, those benchmarks are based on a test rig with an Intel Core i7 920 @ 3.8 GHz which is more powerful than your E7500.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_5750_Low_Profile/6.html

    The most demanding games in the review are Crysis and Metro 2033.

    That was a very nice review.I think my choice will be just a matter of my budget.I think i will be happy with all of them.
  4. the 5770 is such a good price at the moment it would be a good idea to get it over the 5750, you will be a bit more future-proofed that way also. I would look to spend some money on more ram, 2gb is not enough to play the latest game smoothly. Probably not so bad in XP but running win7 4gb or more is needed.
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