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How many fps will I get with this setup?

post #1 of 13
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1gb gtx 460

4gbs of ddr2 @ 800mhz.

AMD phenom II x4 920

Screen Resolution of 1920x1080.

Games like Starcraft 2 and newer games.
Edited by room1 - 2/26/11 at 9:19pm
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Depends if your playing crisis or the original doom.
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What game? It's not like a certain setup gives the same fps in each game.
    
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OC'd or not? And in what game as has been asked?

You have to choose one game. Saying SC2 and newer won't work.
SC2 is CPU heavy. I'd say ~40 FPS if at high settings, but I'm just pulling numbers out of my behind.
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what resolution will you be running?
which gtx460 will you be getting? the 768mb or the 1gb? (doesn't make a huge difference but there is a difference, more noticeable at resolutions higher than 1680 x 1050)
here is a link gtx460 768 & 1gb review
granted its with an i7 @ 4ghz, but you will get a ballpark figure

Quote:
Originally Posted by room1 View Post
1gb gtx 460
at 1920x1080.
Games like Starcraft 2 and newer games.
sc2 @ 1080p maxed out should get you frames 30-50.
but it will vary game to game, either way you will be good to go with that setup, but since you are on an amd setup, i would suggest a 5850/6870 w/e you want, and later just add a second one. You would easily be set for a year or two
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Epitope View Post
What game? It's not like a certain setup gives the same fps in each game.
It doesn't?

BLASPHEMY
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I will be getting the exga 1gb gtx 460 clock speed 720.

I will be running the games at 1920x1080.

I plan to run Star Craft 2 and any other good games that are exclusive to the PC.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by room1 View Post
I will be getting the exga 1gb gtx 460 clock speed 720.

I will be running the games at 1920x1080.

I plan to run Star Craft 2 and any other good games that are exclusive to the PC.
would go with a 6870 as it's a more powerful card. if a 460 is your budget limit, well, then just get the card and you'll get whatever performance you get from it.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Strider_2001 View Post
When did exga start making graphics cards??
I meant Egva.

Quote:
Originally Posted by asuindasun View Post
would go with a 6870 as it's a more powerful card. if a 460 is your budget limit, well, then just get the card and you'll get whatever performance you get from it.
I want a Nvidia Card because.

- Cuda

- Physx

Also I believe the 6870 is 12% better?
post #10 of 13
85.5634565546456 fps exactly
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