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Can i play in max settings these games with HD 6570:
I already play some games like TRU,but not in max settings.

Tomb Raider Underworld
Batman Arkham City
Assasin's creed Brotherhood,revelations....
Lego 2011 games?
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My current specs:
AMD Athlon x2 250 (3GHz)
4GB DDR3 RAM
500GB Sata II
VTX 3D ATI Radeon HD 5450 512mb
PSU 400W

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Thanks!

Can i run it?

And what card you recommend for my PC and followed games?
But not nVidia.
post #2 of 10
Screen resolution? 6570 by no means, is a gaming GPU. Can you spend a bit more on 6770 or 6850? 6570 will struggle all the games you have mentioned on medium settings.
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True, i would spend a bit more. but your psu is also a bit low on power, maybe its an idea to upgrade that too?
 
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Good catch on the PSU. If you go past a 6570, you're going to want some more juice. Can you give us a budget of what you're looking to spend so we have a better idea of what we can reccommend? If you're budget is where the 6570 price range is, you'd be better off waiting and saving up some cash. It's like upgrading from VCR to DVD when you really want to watch blu rays.
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for that amount of money Id look at a used 5770 with warrenty left 2x faster then the 6570
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I would suggest a HD 6850 and you will not regret it.
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Is ATI HD 6570 good for following games:?

No.

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Originally Posted by ironmaiden View Post

I would suggest a HD 6850 and you will not regret it.

This^. I can't complain about my 6790's, but I got them for $89 each. At that price they are the Bomb. If you see a 6790 for ~$100 it would be a good choice but at the regular price of ~$135 the $150 6850 is the best option. If you are willing to go Open Box from Newegg you can get a 6850 for ~$100 nearly any day of the week.


FYI: The 6790 is the same 256 bit Barts GPU and card as the 6850/6870. 6790 has a few less shaders,etc. than the 6850, but faster clock.
    
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^ I wouldn't ever recommend anyone a 6790 unless you have no other options remaining because it is extremely power hungry (>150watts) also it is the one GPU in market which has least performance per watt. It also doesn't suit for the PSU he has.

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@tearve88
Actually DDR5 version of 6570 is enough for gaming up to Half HD (1366x768) with low-medium graphics settings.

or Well if you want to buy a descent GPU for what you have (Athlon II x2 250 + 400watt PSU) then I'm agree with truckerguy...I too want you to buy 6770 or 5770, they both are great and equal in terms of performance. Choose the one which is cheaper in your area........and if you think it is expensive for you then at least buy one between 5750 and 6750. This suggestion is for you according to what you presently have and if you don't wanna upgrade your other system component for long time.

Now if we talk about 6850, then it would be great too. But the PSU you have might be insufficient for 6850 because it will require more current(Ampere) than your present 400watt PSU can provide.
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^ I wouldn't ever recommend anyone a 6790 unless you have no other options remaining because it is extremely power hungry (>150watts) also it is the one GPU in market which has least performance per watt. It also doesn't suit for the PSU he has.

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@tearve88
Actually DDR5 version of 6570 is enough for gaming up to Half HD (1366x768) with low-medium graphics settings.

or Well if you want to buy a descent GPU for what you have (Athlon II x2 250 + 400watt PSU) then I'm agree with truckerguy...I too want you to buy 6770 or 5770, they both are great and equal in terms of performance. Choose the one which is cheaper in your area........and if you think it is expensive for you then at least buy one between 5750 and 6750. This suggestion is for you according to what you presently have and if you don't wanna upgrade your other system component for long time.

Now if we talk about 6850, then it would be great too. But the PSU you have might be insufficient for 6850 because it will require more current(Ampere) than your present 400watt PSU can provide.


I do not know where you got that power consumption information about the 6790, but I can assure you that it is false. 6790 draws about 85 watts when gaming, and 15 watts at idle. Perhaps you mistook the power consumption of the 6970 for that of the 6790??

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Two 6790s in Crossfire outperform both a single 6970 and a single GTX 580, the pair of 6790's using ~15 watts more than a 6970, and ~20 watts less than a 580. Performance per watt is obviously very good for the 6790. Not sure where you heard the bad performance per watt about the 6790, but it is completely wrong.

660

Again: I paid less than $200 for two 6790,s and they perform on par with a $500 GTX 580 and use less power. If there is a better bang for the buck in GPUs available today, I have not seen it.
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I do not know where you got that power consumption information about the 6790, but I can assure you that it is false. 6790 draws about 85 watts when gaming, and 15 watts at idle. Perhaps you mistook the power consumption of the 6970 for that of the 6790??
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Two 6790s in Crossfire outperform both a single 6970 and a single GTX 580, the pair of 6790's using ~15 watts more than a 6970, and ~20 watts less than a 580. Performance per watt is obviously very good for the 6790. Not sure where you heard the bad performance per watt about the 6790, but it is completely wrong.
660
Again: I paid less than $200 for two 6790,s and they perform on par with a $500 GTX 580 and use less power. If there is a better bang for the buck in GPUs available today, I have not seen it.

Sorry Sir, But the List of GPUs you have uploaded shows the average power rating which is only needed to demonstrate power rating of GPUs in Marketing sections, that values are nothing to do with real world gaming.

I mean they calculated and created this list by this formula
Average Power consumption = ( Idle wattage + Max TDP ) / 2
This rating doesn't apply when you play games.

Here is proof from Wikipedia:
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Average Power Consumption of 6790 = ( 19w + 150w) / 2 = 84.5watt which meets the value of list you've uploaded. THIS VALUE IS TOTALLY BULL**** TO MEASURE GPU POWER CONSUMPTION WHILE GAMING, say playing Crysis, And it has been proved that sometimes many GPU pulls more wattage than Max TDP. Like GTX 480 does. THAT is WHY I TOLD >150WATT for 6790 smile.gif

Also your post shows Radeon HD 5970 (Dual 5850) pulls only 178watts biggrin.gif, This is absolutely wrong. If 5970 were made to take only 178watts then GPU Vendor I mean AMD would not have recommended this wink.gif
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Next time please try to have more attention with the topic before you are going to talk about it.
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