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Is HD 6570 DDR3 good enough for gaming at 1024x768 resolution?

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May 20, 2012 5:41:46 AM

as the title goes.
a b U Graphics card
May 20, 2012 6:13:53 AM

yes, of course.
May 20, 2012 6:17:04 AM

even for games such as Skyrim and Witcher 2??
I want to be able to play games on at least medium settings on that resolution.
Also how will a celeron g530 go with that card?
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a b U Graphics card
May 20, 2012 6:24:33 AM

that's good, you are able to play those games on medium.
May 20, 2012 6:30:22 AM

I used the notebook version of the 6570 for awhile. My screen defaults at 1600 by 900 and I frequently pushed high settings.

Now granted, I didn't buy Skyrim or the Witcher 2 until after upgraded to the 6770M (also mobile).

But if your only planning on pushing 1024 x 768 I don't see why a desktop gpu couldn't handle them.

That said, I'm a little concerned about any sort of Celeron or Pentium branded part.
My laptop used an Intel Core i7-2720QM, so I was purely limited by the system's GPU

You could be CPU limited, but you may still be fine if it meets or exceeds the game's recommended clock speed and core count (not just the minimum requirements)
a b U Graphics card
May 20, 2012 6:35:14 AM

Wave Fusion said:
I used the notebook version of the 6570 for awhile. My screen defaults at 1600 by 900 and I frequently pushed high settings.

Now granted, I didn't buy Skyrim or the Witcher 2 until after upgraded to the 6770M (also mobile).

But if your only planning on pushing 1024 x 768 I don't see why a desktop gpu couldn't handle them.

That said, I'm a little concerned about any sort of Celeron or Pentium branded part.
My laptop used an Intel Core i7-2720QM, so I was purely limited by the system's GPU

You could be CPU limited, but you may still be fine if it meets or exceeds the game's recommended clock speed and core count (not just the minimum requirements)

OP shoulde be fine at all with 1024x768 res, with medium setting.
May 20, 2012 7:13:27 AM

Wave Fusion said:
I used the notebook version of the 6570 for awhile. My screen defaults at 1600 by 900 and I frequently pushed high settings.

Now granted, I didn't buy Skyrim or the Witcher 2 until after upgraded to the 6770M (also mobile).

But if your only planning on pushing 1024 x 768 I don't see why a desktop gpu couldn't handle them.

That said, I'm a little concerned about any sort of Celeron or Pentium branded part.
My laptop used an Intel Core i7-2720QM, so I was purely limited by the system's GPU

You could be CPU limited, but you may still be fine if it meets or exceeds the game's recommended clock speed and core count (not just the minimum requirements)


Dunno why you are concerned, it is sandy bridge after all. The $70 pentium g630 is better than FX 8120 in gaming. And the celerod g530 so it is the best CPU for under 50$.I have seen videos on youtube with celeron g530 paired with hd 6750 playing battlefield 3 on high and skyrim on ultra so i should be ok with celeron.

But i m concerned about GDDR3 memory on the HD 6570, as i can't find gddr5 hd 6570.
a b U Graphics card
May 20, 2012 7:16:49 AM

thats what i'm saying you will be better.
May 20, 2012 9:49:57 AM

So is there much difference berween ddr5 and ddr3 version?
Also can i max out Skyrim with hd 6670 at 1024x768?? If so i may spend the extra cash and get that gpu.
a b U Graphics card
May 20, 2012 10:04:03 AM

yes, you can see a massive difference by using GDDR5 vs DDR3.
no, you cannot max the skyrim but you'll be fine at medium.
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