Hd6770?

my cpu is intel core2duo E7400 2.80 ghz, ram is 4gb , and motherboard is MSI Boston 1.0 version pciex16 slot 1 available, screen resolution is 1366x768. will ati radeon hd 6770 1gb ddr5 work nicely on my cpu?dont worry about psu
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  1. not considering the PSU, yeah, everything should be fine and you should be able to get some very nice performance with a 6770 at that resolution :)
  2. The 6770 is well suited to that resolution and the E7400 shouldn't bottle-neck it. 4GB is enough for gaming, although it might not be enough for multi-tasking while gaming, but the CPU couldn't handle that too well either, so it's not a big deal. The PCIe version doesn't matter for the 6770 so long as it's an x16 slot. A PCIe x8 or worse could become a problem, but an x16 should be fine. Just make sure that your PSU can handle the 6770. You should have at least a 400w PSU and if it's very old as your build suggests, you might want to replace it. PSUs degrade over time and an old 400w probably won't be able to supply anywhere near 400w if it needs to, so your PSU will probably need replacement, espeically considering that chances are that your PSU isn't even 400w anyway.
  3. its a good card for 720 res i still have mine despite buy and selling other cards.

    The price I would get for it doesn't match how well it can game 40-60 bucks used even with the 2x lifetime warranty
  4. I would go with this 7770 for $109.95. It's the same price in Canada as well.
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2041901&CatId=7387
  5. I agree actualy the difference is tangible for the extra money, plus HIS is rock solid
  6. saint7269 said:
    I would go with this 7770 for $109.95. It's the same price in Canada as well.
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2041901&CatId=7387

    mine in india cost is only rs 6000 including vat
  7. spentshells said:
    I agree actualy the difference is tangible for the extra money, plus HIS is rock solid

    i didnt understand
  8. blazorthon said:
    The 6770 is well suited to that resolution and the E7400 shouldn't bottle-neck it. 4GB is enough for gaming, although it might not be enough for multi-tasking while gaming, but the CPU couldn't handle that too well either, so it's not a big deal. The PCIe version doesn't matter for the 6770 so long as it's an x16 slot. A PCIe x8 or worse could become a problem, but an x16 should be fine. Just make sure that your PSU can handle the 6770. You should have at least a 400w PSU and if it's very old as your build suggests, you might want to replace it. PSUs degrade over time and an old 400w probably won't be able to supply anywhere near 400w if it needs to, so your PSU will probably need replacement, espeically considering that chances are that your PSU isn't even 400w anyway.

    can i play games like resident evil 6 , BF3,alan wake on high settings?
  9. tigerlion said:
    can i play games like resident evil 6 , BF3,alan wake on high settings?


    You should be able to so lnog as you don't try gaming at beyond about 1366x768. The 6770 is a little bit better suited for 720p, but that's close enough to your resolution to at least usually be able to play on high, well at least I'd think that it would be. I don't know if you'd be able to use much AA and such, but the texture quality should be fine at high so long as you don't overdo the AA/AF and other such settings.
  10. blazorthon said:
    You should be able to so lnog as you don't try gaming at beyond about 1366x768. The 6770 is a little bit better suited for 720p, but that's close enough to your resolution to at least usually be able to play on high, well at least I'd think that it would be. I don't know if you'd be able to use much AA and such, but the texture quality should be fine at high so long as you don't overdo the AA/AF and other such settings.

    what is AA/FF settings?please tell me
  11. tigerlion said:
    what is AA/FF settings?please tell me


    Anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering. They are other picture quality enhancing settings that are not part of texture quality.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-aliasing

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anisotropic_filtering
  12. his is a top 3 producer or AMD video cards is what I mean
  13. spentshells said:
    his is a top 3 producer or AMD video cards is what I mean


    the HIS IceQ cards are great cards I agree. but top 3? I think it can be argued. Sapphire, MSI, ASUS, and Gigabyte have all came out with great cards for AMD
  14. I have an Asus 6770, and it's a solid card and not expensive either, I can play pretty demanding games at 1080p with pretty high settings (not aa) and then max settings for less demanding games. I say go for it
  15. vmem said:
    the HIS IceQ cards are great cards I agree. but top 3? I think it can be argued. Sapphire, MSI, ASUS, and Gigabyte have all came out with great cards for AMD

    are you sure that my cpu will not bottleneck my GPU? and is my motherboard ok?
  16. tigerlion said:
    are you sure that my cpu will not bottleneck my GPU? and is my motherboard ok?


    the CPU is a bit dated, but for a 6770 I think it should be fine. as for the motherboard, all it needs is a PCIe slot, and it does have one :)
  17. vmem said:
    the CPU is a bit dated, but for a 6770 I think it should be fine. as for the motherboard, all it needs is a PCIe slot, and it does have one :)

    my motherboard is ddr2 version but 1 pcie x16 slot available, will it affect my gaming??????
  18. zrobbb said:
    I have an Asus 6770, and it's a solid card and not expensive either, I can play pretty demanding games at 1080p with pretty high settings (not aa) and then max settings for less demanding games. I say go for it

    whats your processor, mother board and ram?????
  19. i have a hd 6770 with an i5 2500 processor and all games (even bf3) can be played at ultra settings @ 1080p without aa @ 31fps
    edit- are you buying it from nehru place ? if yes then avoid cost to cost. it s a horrible shop
    i myself bought my card from computer tech point for rs 6200
    also guys in nehru place only msi and sapphire version of that card is available
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