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That game is not going to be daisies and lolicons to run.
How do you know that?
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How do you know that?

An i5 with a 5770.

 

This is a medium station, but keep in mind, most don't even have medium stations.

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Went and took a bunch of screenshots at 2880x1620. My Fraps folder is now up to over 6GB. (That's just screenshots.) ಠ_ಠ

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An i5 with a 5770.

 

This is a medium station, but keep in mind, most don't even have medium stations.

i5 what? The i5 classification covers three generations and both dual and quad cores.

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Went and took a bunch of screenshots at 2880x1620. My Fraps folder is now up to over 6GB. (That's just screenshots.) ಠ_ಠ

 

On that note, here are some of them:

 

 

 

 

Shame it's not quite playable at this resolution.

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Aaaand some more ME3 screens. I promise, after the new DLC comes out, I won't be posting so many. tongue.gif

 

 

 

 

 

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So what's a good GPU for photoshop and that type of work? Hopefully I'm going to be building a work/play PC soon to replace my current computers. (one is slow and the other is dead). Should I just go for the best AMD card I can afford? They seem like what I need.

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So what's a good GPU for photoshop and that type of work? Hopefully I'm going to be building a work/play PC soon to replace my current computers. (one is slow and the other is dead). Should I just go for the best AMD card I can afford? They seem like what I need.
Or the new GTX Titan... wink.gif
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http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-cs6-gpu-faq.html

 

It seems they do not care.

 

As long as the card has 512MB of VRAM.

 

They do not use proprietary CUDA. OpenGL is a big one however.

 

Basically any good card. It seems that if you are working higher dpi or larger canvas's does it really aid it larger. With today's fast GPU's, and most of us here getting a GPU in the $200-$300 range, most should run them with no problem

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I haven't been keeping up with the latest gpu developments. What's the best card right now in the $200-400 range? Please not any amd cards (I never liked them compared to nvidia). Also, if I'm only converting video files between formats, it doesn't need strong gpu right?

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I haven't been keeping up with the latest gpu developments. What's the best card right now in the $200-400 range? Please not any amd cards (I never liked them compared to nvidia). Also, if I'm only converting video files between formats, it doesn't need strong gpu right?

Yeah...you see, AMD is dominating every single of its similarly price NVIDIA counterpart in most cases right now so...yup.

 

AMD is usually fine with single card scaling. Multi card scaling is when the driver problems start to kick in a lot, at least for some.

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http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-cs6-gpu-faq.html

 

It seems they do not care.

 

As long as the card has 512MB of VRAM.

 

They do not use proprietary CUDA. OpenGL is a big one however.

 

Basically any good card. It seems that if you are working higher dpi or larger canvas's does it really aid it larger. With today's fast GPU's, and most of us here getting a GPU in the $200-$300 range, most should run them with no problem

 

Last time I checked AMD has better support for freedom and open type software, so I guess I'll go with that. beerchug.gif

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Yeah...you see, AMD is dominating every single of its similarly price NVIDIA counterpart in most cases right now so...yup.

 

AMD is usually fine with single card scaling. Multi card scaling is when the driver problems start to kick in a lot, at least for some.

So driver issues not such a big deal like in the past anymore?

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So driver issues not such a big deal like in the past anymore?

EVERY CARD AND MANUFACTUER FROM EVERY GPU 'MAKER' HAS DRIVER ISSUES.

 

People have gotten influenced into thinking it is just AMD. No.

 

Nvidia does too.

 

HOWEVER, Nvidia's control panel suite, updating drivers and other things is much easier and bug free. 

 

AMD does(or maybe did) have a Never Settle Deal.

 

I think AMD is going to start doing these often now. Especially since no new GPU will be comming out this year.

 

They are some great deals.

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So driver issues not such a big deal like in the past anymore?

For single card, usually not. Multi-card might be a nightmare for some but there are a lot of people who run 7000 series crossfire setups with no problems whatsoever.

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