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7750 1GB DDR5 128bit for Certain Games?

Hey guys! im just a bit curious, i have a Gigabyte GT220 OCed 1GB DDR3 but the problem is i just recently found out that it was a useless card, it could play GTA IV with 25 ~ 40 Fps avg with High settings (low view distance and detail distance and average no. of vehicle density) but it failed me on Assassins Creed Brotherhood with an average of 19 ~ 30 fps and medium to high settings.. those settings were ran with only 1366x768 of resolution and 2.7ghz of quad core power,

my question is.. if i buy 7750 Powercolor (or other brands) will it be worth it to play GTA IV Maxed out settings (atleast not the view distance and the detail distance) and Assassins Creed Brotherhood/Revelations and other games? (Battlefield 3, Saints Row the Third and Crysis 2) i only have a low resolution settings im happy with that :D but i really want games with maxed out settings to get the good feel :D

thanks!
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  1. While an HD 7750 would be much better than your current card, an HD 7770 or 7850 if possible would be much better choices, unless you are PSU limited.
  2. If you want to play games maxed out even at that low resolution you will probably need a 7770. If your budget doesn't allow that then get the 7750 as it will give you a big boost in performance over the GT 220.

    Also, if you are getting a 7750, MAKE SURE to get one with GDDR5 memory!! Double check that the one you purchase will have it. A lot of AIBs make 7750s with DDR3 memory which makes the card perform a good bit slower overall. It will be a worth investment.
  3. @novalux
    i would really prefer 7850 but they currently don't have any stock in here T_T

    how much PSU does a 7850 require? plus isn't 5850 better? or so i heard :(

    @rene
    will i get maxed out settings on 7750? i watched some vids on youtube playing BF3 1680x1020 with ultra settings using that GDDR5 card :o they were flawless with 30fps but i just want a card that can play hard core games with maxed out settings on 1366x768 T_T
  4. hey mate,i would suggest u to go with nvidia cards.i had switched from gt430 ddr3 to hd 7750 ddr5,and i was very disappointed.i have told my experience with hd 7750 in my threads on tomshareware.amd cards are for speed and nvidia cards are for quality.my gt 430 gave more eyecandy than hd 7750.i have finally sold my hd 7750 in loss.and i am planning to buy new nvidia card.i dont want u to suffer the same.good luck
  5. @spykar
    well actually i would love that, but what would be a good nvidia card to start with? :(
  6. spykar_911 said:
    hey mate,i would suggest u to go with nvidia cards.i had switched from gt430 ddr3 to hd 7750 ddr5,and i was very disappointed.i have told my experience with hd 7750 in my threads on tomshareware.amd cards are for speed and nvidia cards are for quality.my gt 430 gave more eyecandy than hd 7750.i have finally sold my hd 7750 in loss.and i am planning to buy new nvidia card.i dont want u to suffer the same.good luck


    That is not very much of an upgrade considering that the HD 7750 is a budget card also, but you must be doing something wrong if it looks worse...

    dark_blitz said:
    @spykar
    well actually i would love that, but what would be a good nvidia card to start with? :(


    For this price range I would personally go with an AMD card, but similar Nvidia cards in the HD 7850 area would be the GTX 650 or GTX 650 Ti.
    What size power supply do you have, by the way?
  7. 7750 is the perfect card for hi quality gaming at 720p. i know it coz i own the card.
    i get 40+ fps in any game i play at max settings at 1440*900 which includes max payne 3, skyrim, walking dead, burnout paradise. saints row 3 is a bad pc game as it only gives 30 or so fps at medium details
  8. @novu
    yep, unfortunately some (or so most) of the vidcards from nvidia are not easy to get here, im alright taking in GTX460 and GTX 650 specially Ti but they are very hard to find :(

    450psu

    @mohit
    have you played GTA IV with it? how long have you been using the card? :o
  9. mohit9206 said:
    7750 is the perfect card for hi quality gaming at 720p. i know it coz i own the card.
    i get 40+ fps in any game i play at max settings at 1440*900 which includes max payne 3, skyrim, walking dead, burnout paradise. saints row 3 is a bad pc game as it only gives 30 or so fps at medium details



    hey mohit,did u play nfs the run on hd 7750?the game looked really bad on my hd 7750.the enviroment and cars were looking duplicate(especially the snow stage).does this happens with ur card also? i am asking about eyecandy not fps.
  10. dark_blitz said:
    @novu
    yep, unfortunately some (or so most) of the vidcards from nvidia are not easy to get here, im alright taking in GTX460 and GTX 650 specially Ti but they are very hard to find :(

    450 psu


    What country are you located in, and 450w should sufficient for the cards discussed here. So the only factor would be price/performance in your case.
    Could you also link to where you see available cards?
  11. @novu
    http://pcx.com.ph/components/graphic-cards-1.html

    im at phil, btw i was aiming for 7750 before, and im still thinking if it's good, the next card that is BETTER is GTX 550 Ti, there's also GT640 and GTX650 but since im not sure about those cards yet :(

    EDIT:
    Actually i can get HD 7770 but the problem is it's price is much higher than GTX 550 Ti :( so i was wondering if 7770 could really do a good job :(
  12. no i have not tried nfs the run or gta 4 with my 7750. gta 4 runs pretty badly unless you have a quad core cpu
  13. plz try that.and tell me.as i have sold my hd 7750 for poor performance w.r.t nvidia card i was using earlier.i would like to know how ur card performs in nfs the run.
  14. Best answer
    dark_blitz said:
    @novu
    http://pcx.com.ph/components/graphic-cards-1.html

    im at phil, btw i was aiming for 7750 before, and im still thinking if it's good, the next card that is BETTER is GTX 550 Ti, there's also GT640 and GTX650 but since im not sure about those cards yet :(

    EDIT:
    Actually i can get HD 7770 but the problem is it's price is much higher than GTX 550 Ti :( so i was wondering if 7770 could really do a good job :(


    Here are some performance charts:

    http://tpucdn.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7750_IceQ_X/images/bf3_1280_800.gif
    http://tpucdn.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7750_IceQ_X/images/crysis2_1280_800.gif

    The 550 Ti is generally on the level of the HD 7750 when referring to pure performance.
    I'm gonna check out that site and edit this if I see anything good.
  15. thanks Novu, kindly update me when you find anything good, thanks alot! :D
  16. Best answer selected by dark_blitz.
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