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I bought HD5770 which is this one:
http://computer-warehouse.biz/images...1gb-hd5770.jpg

I tried to play counter Strike and the fps I get is almost always stay at 71 with 1080op. I have another old notebook which is T60 with X1400 128mb ati graphics card and it can have fps 99 with 1440x1050. I play the same game with download and install from Steam.

So I expect hd5770 can have fps 99 or much higher than that if the game can show above 99. I can see the core speed change base on graphic workload. Is that I can somehow set its always run at highest speed just like how OC cpu does?

When watching youtube, I set to 1080p then the fps is around 20 to 30, change a lot before reaching the late half of the youtube in most of the cases. Is that this is the card limit or I should somehow tune it to be better?
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A lot of software has a cutoff point at which it just drops frames because there are too many.
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A lot of software has a cutoff point at which it just drops frames because there are too many.
I know but CS does it too? I doubt.
post #4 of 21
Did you check and make sure that vsync is off?
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Did you check and make sure that vsync is off?
Does CS (counter strike) use that? CS is old like 10 years but I got that from steam and steam keep updating it.
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Does CS (counter strike) use that? CS is old like 10 years but I got that from steam and steam keep updating it.
You have to check vsync in your graphics card settings
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You have to check vsync in your graphics card settings
is there a way that I can set the graphics card always run at full speed?
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You don't need to unless you have a 120Hz monitor, otherwise the max FPS your monitor can show is 60 anyways.

And YouTube videos play at either 24 or 30FPS I believe, so you're fine there.
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You don't need to unless you have a 120Hz monitor, otherwise the max FPS your monitor can show is 60 anyways.

And YouTube videos play at either 24 or 30FPS I believe, so you're fine there.
well in the game 70 fps which I see in CS now really feel different from when it is 99, somehow 99 seem like response faster and everything become real life instant response, may be that is just my feeling.
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What is the refresh rate of your monitor?

It becomes hard to distinguish the FPS difference after about 60fps with a normal 60Hz monitor.
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