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Gtx 760 MSi OC gaming - run 1080p good enougH

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  1. zanatos New Member

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    Hi i just got my gaming rig to connect it to my LED tv 55 inches. i want to know if my card can run most games (including crysis 3) in 1900 x1080p in high settings. thanx
     
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    yes? wont be max max settings in some cases

    you didnt say if you want 60fps or 30fps

    just read some reviews
     
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    use adaptive v-sync will help for a smoother gameplay, that's what i have experienced myself in several games, and seen in tests aswell.
     
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    With Crysis 3 don't push high AA ... just stick to the SMAA antialiasing and you'll be fine @1080p on high settings ...
     
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    Hi

    Maybe look here from the reviews should be able to get somewhere between 30~60 fps and or higher frames [dependent on Game Engine] with a mix of settings and reduced aa

    Note: the results may vary depending on the system spec's; CPU, Mobo & Drivers etc: these are not a direct comparison unless running same hardware

    atb (all the best)

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  6. True Christian

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    The GTX 760 rules. I've got 2 eVGA GTX 760 4GB SLI on layaway ($150 per month). These are the cards I've waiting for for over 3 years to replace my eVGA GTX 460 1GB SLI.

    Just make sure you get the 4GB version. It's only $50 more and will be a lot more future-proof.

    I think that these will be the last GPUs I'll ever need. I never thought that way before. They're damn powerful for the money!:eek:
     
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    Wait you have the computer already? Why not just turn it on and try?
     

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