Could a 770 handle Skyrim with an enb fairly well (60FPS) @ 1920x1200? Or would I need to break the bank for a 780 or better? --- "Funny thing about being a game designer, there's 5 million people who think they know my job better than I do." ~Demize99
#4returnofbeansPosted 8/12/2014 6:24:53 PM
it's probably still the 760 but here's a pretty good priced 770 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CZ58WUI/?tag=pcpapi-20 --- Intel i5-4750 3.2Ghz / MSI Z87-G41 / 2X 4GB DDR3 / 2 TB HDD / Geforce GTX 580 / 500W 80+ bronze
#5Lonestar2000Posted 8/12/2014 7:43:57 PM
760 for $230: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-video-card-02gp43765kr
770 for $310: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-video-card-02gp42774kr --- Rumble Roses. Someone enters the room. Them: O_O Me: What?! I always play games without my pants on!- Inmate 922335
#6foodeater4Posted 8/12/2014 9:10:40 PM
Without taking Mods into account, SKyrim is not to demanding. And even with heavy modding a 770 should be pretty decent still.
Unmodded or even lightly modded a 760 would be fine too.
#7strider2468Posted 8/12/2014 10:21:18 PM
Could a 770 handle Skyrim with an enb fairly well (60FPS) @ 1920x1200? Or would I need to break the bank for a 780 or better?
I have a 770 and I use ENB (that's the only graphical mod I'm currently running, tho) and it mostly stays at 60 fps with everything maxed @1080p (I use ENBs anisotropic filtering and antialiasing), only when entering cities I can see a deep to the low 40s. I cap my fps at 60 fps tho.
#8Trance_FanPosted 8/12/2014 10:23:57 PM
i would get the r9 280x..much better than 760 and 770 --- i think it's nice
#9el_DubblePosted 8/12/2014 10:38:08 PM
I use a 770, runs modded Skyrim perfectly.
most recent game I played was Watch Dogs and it runs that on ultra very well with theWorse mod.