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What's the leap from a GTX 480 to a 770 like?

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1 year ago#11
Clouddx posted...
triple s posted...
DV8ingSources posted...
Yep. Solid little card. BF4, Crysis 3 and a few of the other heavy hitters will take a hit but even then, max (sans AA) will generally net 45+.



I was easily able to run Crysis 3 at 60fps if I took off the AA and maxed everything else with a 680.


For some reason, I don't believe you.


Don't have to, I really don't care!
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1 year ago#12
triple s posted...
Clouddx posted...
triple s posted...
DV8ingSources posted...
Yep. Solid little card. BF4, Crysis 3 and a few of the other heavy hitters will take a hit but even then, max (sans AA) will generally net 45+.



I was easily able to run Crysis 3 at 60fps if I took off the AA and maxed everything else with a 680.


For some reason, I don't believe you.


Don't have to, I really don't care!


I meant I don't believe you, because well benchmarks.
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1 year ago#13
Well, I just tried it with my 780 TI on 2560x1440 and the framerate bounces all over the place. So, probably not because I was getting about 40-45 fps average at that resolution. It's amazing that the game barely looks any different from high to very high yet my framerate doubled going from very high spec to high spec keeping very high textures.
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1 year ago#14
The improvement is pretty linear. Increased settings for roughly the same fps, but I'll take it. Black Flag was a smooth 30fps on high with no ssao or aa, now it's a smooth 30fps with 4x TXAA and HBAO+ and PhysX. Same goes for almost all my games. Rapidly improved picture quality for the same FPS levels I was getting before. I'll take it. :D
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1 year ago#15
Went 570 to 770. Pretty significant jump. High settings (not ultra) runs like a dream (80+ FPS) on games like Crysis 3 and BF4 with high AA, while the 480 and 570 couldn't dream of such a thing.
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