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Gamespot: $149 Nvidia GTX 750 Ti plays Titanfall better than Xbox One

#1BendoHendoPosted 2/18/2014 8:37:24 PM
http://www.gamespot.com/articles/149-nvidia-gtx-750-ti-unveiled-plays-titanfall-better-than-xbox-one/1100-6417813/

Go master race go!


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#250inchDLPPosted 2/18/2014 8:39:09 PM
My wifes A8 and 6750M runs it better than the XboxOne. The Beta atleast from what ive played on both.
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#3Games_AnalystPosted 2/18/2014 9:13:10 PM(edited)
Most PCs built within the last 2 years pending a video card upgrade are going to run Titanfall better than the XBox 1. PCs are just much more powerful and you can OC the heck out of processors 2-3 years old to get even better results.

Video card (GTX 770 was on sale for $300 not to long ago) and upgraded RAM ($150) along with whatever you built 3 years ago barring some minor overclocking will shatter anything the XBox One can do.

You buy an XBox/PS/etc. for family entertainment, XBox exclusive titles, and that's about it. If you want the best possible graphics and FPS, you build a computer. Considering that a TON of people upgrade computers every few years for around $600 or something cheap (considering you need for personal use, etc) you can easily throw in another $400-500 (cost of X-Box) and build a gaming rig that will destroy what any current gen can offer.

Heck my PC is about 3 years old and I upgraded a couple components (net cost $350, sold the GTX570 to a friend) and my PC will rock XBox One for the remainder of the console life. And then next gen Intel will come out and likely DDR4 and /facepalm to XBox One.

Either way interesting article. Didn't mean to sound preachy or stuck up in my notes above, just is how it is.

On a personal note, I felt the X360 and PS3 really made a jump in graphics and performance. But 8 years later, just not that impressed with the jump in XOne to X360. Yes they're better, but I felt the performance gap in PC to X360 on release was MUCH closer. PCs with hardly less than impressive specs 1-2 years ago already blow XOne out of the water and it's not close.

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#4farigontiPosted 2/18/2014 10:23:06 PM
Wow
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#5Termin8rPosted 2/18/2014 10:42:56 PM
And it does it all without needing a power connector. Amazing!
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#6runromPosted 2/18/2014 10:55:37 PM
Impressive. I'm thinking about building a MicroATX or miniITX based system, and this looks like a good card to go with it.
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#7DarkZV2BetaPosted 2/18/2014 10:59:47 PM
You can probably build a PC that eats less power and outperforms Xbone for a lower cost at this point.
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#8Trance_FanPosted 2/18/2014 11:37:20 PM
ryse looks better than most games on pc, final fantasy 15 has some of the best next gen graphics on xbox one

you guys are nuts saying xbox one doesn't have a big jump
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#9Lucavi000Posted 2/18/2014 11:38:43 PM
It really doesnt in comparison to what PC has had access to.
#10DarkZV2BetaPosted 2/18/2014 11:55:41 PM
Also, lolgamespot
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