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its ok...the game is still good at 45 fps
I'll take 45 fps on a $400 GPU and a i7 2600K over an AMD CPU and a crappy nForce board with SLI. At least with my setup, I can add another 6970 Lightning easily and my CPU will never be a bottleneck like your Phenom II X4 will end up. I figure that's /thread right?

No need to act better than me when you have an AMD CPU. I originally never insulted you nor did I even intend to.
Edited by LethalRise750 - 6/14/11 at 6:34pm
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A crappy nForce that nearly doubles (fps) your $400. for a smart guy your a not so smart shopper. good luck.
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A crappy nForce that nearly doubles (fps) your $400. for a smart guy your a not so smart shopper. good luck.
Oh of course... 2 GPU's vs 1 is always fair right? Lets see how it fairs with two 6970s vs your two 560s =P

I'm a smart shopper in which I don't limit myself for the future. Meaning even if I have one GPU now I can drop a second in anytime I want. You're limited to two 560s unless you buy entirely new cards. Judging by your mid ranged GPU's and sub par CPU I'd imagine you probably can't afford to get a set of higher end GPUs either.
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must be your screen cause my shows 1080. guess its time for you to upgrade...
Plus that doesnt even make sense I went from 1200 to 1600 and made no difference in FPS.
1600x900 = 1,440,000 pixels
1280x1024 = 1,310,720 pixels

Of course you won't see much difference, you're running a wide screen version of almost the exact same res...

If you're gaming at 1080p...posting a 1080p screenshoot isn't hard. C'mon dude...
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With my sig rig, I can run Rift maxed out for 5 minutes and then my entire PC shuts down and has to be restarted. I have a new 7770 from Asus and it simply refuses to run Rift. What should I do?
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not really, Im running on same setting. I dont know why my fps is higer but im not complaining. crisp pic and no lag is fine with me! biggrin.gif

Your FPS is higher because you're not running on the same settings. Your resolution is 1280x1024. Run it at 1920x1080 and your 81fps will sink fast.
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here is it, I can count the pixels too LoL.... tongue.gif

You are a idiot...
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A crappy nForce that nearly doubles (fps) your $400. for a smart guy your a not so smart shopper. good luck. tongue.gif

...again, you are a idiot or think we are. You went from 1280x1024 to 1600x900....900p is lower than 1024p and 1024p is lower than 1080p.
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