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Supporting gaming graphics with another Graphics Card

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March 15, 2013 10:35:53 PM

I have a Nvidia GeForce Gtx 570 graphics card, AMD A6-3670, 8 gb ram, and a 650w power supply. I was wondering, I recently bought arma 3 and was getting a fps of 9-15. I was wondering weather adding another graphics card to my computer would get me a higher fps? But would it have to be more than my Gtx 570. I was looking cheap at a radeon HD 7750. Not sure if this would fix it or something else please help thanks!
March 16, 2013 12:21:16 AM

http://babysoftmurderhands.com/2013/03/arma-3-pc-system... Reccommended specs list a GTX 560 or better. Your CPU is actually lower than the reccommended specs. I would upgrade the processor to something with a little more "oomph." That 570 should be able to handle it at AT LEAST medium specs at ~60 FPS with that kind of "reccommended specs." http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/197/AMD_A6-Series_A6-3... The comparison of the "reccommended CPU on the AMD side vs yours. Really? I think the game just needs to be optimized (It's still in alpha/beta isn't it?) It's gonna have issues like that if it is. Best thing to do, is tell the developers your system in a forum post/e-mail about what you have in your system, and what you're experiencing. They'll either come back and say "such and such hardware isn't good enough for this game" or they'll say "Hmmm... Let us look into that... It shouldnt be performing like that." I wouldn't do any upgrades based off of an alpha/beta test game.
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