i am having intel dual core cpu overclocked at 3.4 ghz cpu
2gb ddr2 ram ati radeon hd 5450 1gb ddr3 graphic card
graphic card specs
memory clocked at:755mhz
gpu engine clockede at 751mhz
shader ver 5.0
i am able to play nfs run nearly at 25 fps on my current specs at medium settings
i am planning to ugrade my processor to upgrade to amd phenom hexa core and my my ram to amd newly released performance edition 4gb will it help me to crack more than 30 fps on my pc at highest setting
any suggestion are welcomed
Even the inexpensive Core i3-2100 will beat your hexacore choice. could pair it with a low cost motherboard like the GIGABYTE GA-H61M-DS2. The i3-2100 does not overclock, so you do not need a more expensive motherboard for that.
Having said that, for better FPS, you really need a higher powered video card. Locate your 5450 card in this chart. In order to see significant improvement, you would need to go up at least three levels on the chart. In this case, most of those cards are no longer made, so you will have to go higher. I would say if you can find an Nvidia GT 240 card or even a AMD HD 6670, you would notice a nice improvement. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-car...
my graphic cardcsupport crossfirex technolgy can any one suggest me a suitable mother board mother board and a budget range graphic card to couple with it
You would also need another 5450 card to crossfire with your current one if you could even find one. As I said, it is now an old card. I could not even find any performance data on it as people generally do not Crossfire low end cards. The performance would also not be as good as a newer single card as I mentioned earlier.
If you upgrade your video card and RAM to 4 gig, you may be able to play at higher settings now. Depending on your PSU, something like a 6770 will be good, or maybe higher if you can spend the money. Then if you don't like the performance, you can look into other upgrades.