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User Info: Tony_Biggie_Pun

Tony_Biggie_Pun
3 years ago#1
Battlefield 4 runs at 60-45fps on medium-high settings.

Far Cry 3 runs at 60fps on medium settings

Crysis 3 runs at 60fps on low settings, very high textures 4xSMAA


And these three games look almost identical at low settings vs high settings. The only thing I miss from my 7950 is the Anti Aliasing


NBA 2K14 runs 60fps maxed out high settings 8xAA etc. And I bet a low of other Sports/Fighting games will run similarly.

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QuestofChosen
3 years ago#2
You forgot to tell us the resolution. Although the performance isn't surprising. The 5770 is somewhat close to a 7770 which performs good on 1080p with medium settings.
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TheC0ndemnedOne
3 years ago#3
My 6770 1GB was still pretty decent at the time I sold it and built a new computer, but I like future-proofing and I wanted to try Team Green again so I got myself a 780. Maxing games with stupid amounts of AA and any texture mod I want is fun.
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T_M0ney
3 years ago#4
i had my 5770 in my computer for a day or two in between an actual gfx card switch. Bf4 was unplayable at 1080p for me. I think the card was having problems though, the fan kept acting up.
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Tony_Biggie_Pun
3 years ago#5
I play NBA 2K14 at 1920 x 1080 and the other games at 1600 x 900, although I switch to 1080 at times and the performance is only slightly lower

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That1Guyy
3 years ago#6
5770 is what I have in my desktop, and I play games on high at 1080 perfectly fine. The only thing I have to turn settings down on is Metro 2033 and its sequel.
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JonWood007
3 years ago#7
I was stuck on my old 5850 for as month. Still not a half bad card. I missed my AA though, and running games at ultra instead of high.
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JessofBlades
3 years ago#8
I sold mine last month after 3 years, but it was still doing really well in games as new as stuff like Sleepy Dogs, even on 1080p
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EternalFlame66
3 years ago#9
Still got a 5750, still a good card for me.

Just checked some benchmarks, it performs around a 7750. Hahaha they went 2 generations without increasing the performance.
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thegreatsquare
3 years ago#10
Tony_Biggie_Pun posted...
Battlefield 4 runs at 60-45fps on medium-high settings.

Far Cry 3 runs at 60fps on medium settings

Crysis 3 runs at 60fps on low settings, very high textures 4xSMAA


And these three games look almost identical at low settings vs high settings. The only thing I miss from my 7950 is the Anti Aliasing


NBA 2K14 runs 60fps maxed out high settings 8xAA etc. And I bet a low of other Sports/Fighting games will run similarly.


I have that card in my laptop [underclocked] and am keeping it until the next AMD mobile GPU die shrink.

Are those settings of your's 1080p?

Are those really the best setting for Crysis? Got a screenshot?

It is hard to make Crysis look bad, but the difference between low and medium on some settings is noticeable.

http://media.bestofmicro.com/E/Q/375074/original/Detail-Comparo.gif

I'm native 1600x900 on my laptop. I run all medium, except high objects and shading, 1x SMAA. I sometimes dip into the upper 20s, but I have to be running Fraps to notice.

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