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Will a Gigabyte HD 7770 OC cut it??

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December 5, 2012 4:28:58 PM

hey, im going to be upgrading my computers GPU soon and have been trying to find a card that will suit my gaming needs. More than anything i would like a card that would let me run Skyrim prefferably on ultra graphics at a decent frame rate but id settle for high.

so my question to you fine fine people here is; would i be able to do this with a 'Gigabyte HD 7770 OC' GPU? My rig as it stands has an AMD bulldozer quad core 4.2GHZ CPU, 8GB DDR3 RAM and a 500W PSU.

ive tried to find out the information myself but couldnt find anything that explained what i needed to know in laymans terms, so any help would be much appreciated.

Thank you :) 

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a c 218 U Graphics card
December 5, 2012 4:31:27 PM

What is your budget for a video card upgrade? Also, what resolution do you plan to game at?
December 5, 2012 4:32:46 PM

its no more than £100 realy :/  thats why im having a problem finding a card good enough. and id be playing at 1080p
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a c 218 U Graphics card
December 5, 2012 4:36:13 PM

The HD7770 would be a good choice then (given your budget). Running at high settings shouldn't be a problem.
December 5, 2012 4:48:11 PM

Yes if your gaming on 19 inch screen & below

for 21 inch to 23 inch screens get the 7850
December 5, 2012 4:56:22 PM

great i will be gaming on a 19 inch :) . and the card comes with a copy of far cry 3, i doubt id be able to run that on high graphics though right?
a b U Graphics card
December 5, 2012 5:05:14 PM

glitch19 said:
Yes if your gaming on 19 inch screen & below

for 21 inch to 23 inch screens get the 7850



If the resolution is the same, what does a bigger screen have to do with it?>
a b U Graphics card
December 5, 2012 5:08:21 PM

getochkn said:
If the resolution is the same, what does a bigger screen have to do with it?>


I think glitch is playing with us.
a c 218 U Graphics card
December 5, 2012 5:12:24 PM

Size of screen has nothing to do with resolution and vice versa. The issue is how many pixels must be manipulated, so resolution is the factor to be concerned with.
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