Hi guys! I just wonder if my results in these softwares are okay or if theres something wrong with my hardware..
I got a gtx 680 + i5 2500k clocked to 4.2.
Heaven; http://imgur.com/GST1K 1920x1080
3DMARK: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4531459 the basic edition, 1280 resolution something i think.. i could not change the settings, it wouldnt let me.
so, is this ok or is my pc underperforming?
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October 1, 2012 11:44:05 AM
Looks normal to me
Any more opinions? Since I struggle in GW2 and Borderlands 2 at some points I wonder..
October 1, 2012 1:11:37 PM
one more question, since i max borderlands but with 40-60 fps in heavy combat (80-130 average), will i be able to max big titles like GTA V, AC3 and Far Cry 3 since they will be much newer, + borderlands graphics doesn't look that advanced. it uses physx though, i dont know.
A bold claim seeing as how the game is still 6 months to a year away from release (most likely)...
You know what I meant...
GTA games ALL tend to being CPU heavy. Rockstar has always been lazy in coding for pc and I don't see GTA V being any different.
...Either way, I do not forsee the OP having a problem running GTA V with a 2500k/GTX 680 whether the game is released tomorrow or next year.
October 1, 2012 2:41:15 PM
I mean 570 maxed out games since early 2007 to 2012 when Max Payne 3 was released expect like detail distance. I think gtx 680 should max out games till the consoles come but since the performance already seems to be tough I don't know.
I got p67-c45 motherboard atm and
650w antec power supply
I wanted to share with you guys my future buying idea;
Early 2013; new mobo hopefully with pcie3 + 1000w power supply
Mid 2013; Haswell processor
early 2014: new gpu + ram (got 8 atm)
I want to max out games at all times since i am kind of a graphics nerd. How much do you think the pcie3 mobos will cost + the power supply? and a good gaming Haswell processor?