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post #1246 of 7021
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The IP owners of

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

silent hill

 

are readying their paper work...but sadly probably can't sue the game(Tomb Raider).

post #1247 of 7021
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It depends if you needed the Dual/Vapor X on the card or if it was something you wanted

 

Do cards bought from Ebay get the Never Settle deal? I'm not sure.

 

I'd assume I don't get the free two games but that's fine with me.  Yup I wanted the big ass heat sink, hopefully I can OC to at least 1150Mhz and 1800Mhz but we'll see.

post #1248 of 7021
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I'd assume I don't get the free two games but that's fine with me.  Yup I wanted the big ass heat sink, hopefully I can OC to at least 1150Mhz and 1800Mhz but we'll see.

It may be a universal deal, check with Sapphire or AMD or something

post #1249 of 7021
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post

I'd assume I don't get the free two games but that's fine with me.  Yup I wanted the big ass heat sink, hopefully I can OC to at least 1150Mhz and 1800Mhz but we'll see.

I've stopped looking at custom coolers. I like stock. Mostly because then a block is a guaranteed fit.

 

EDIT: Downloading 4k textures for ME3 so I can play the final DLC with nice graphics.


Edited by Tangster - 3/8/13 at 5:37pm
post #1250 of 7021

K60 in da house!

Amazing cable about as thick as your little finger and sheathed as well!

Takes a bit of getting use too but I like it, thanks for all the comments and suggestions guys!

beerchug.gif

post #1251 of 7021
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K60 in da house!

Amazing cable about as thick as your little finger and sheathed as well!

Takes a bit of getting use too but I like it, thanks for all the comments and suggestions guys!

beerchug.gif

Nice one!

 

The K60 was a top choice of mine but I utlimately decided not to go with it

post #1252 of 7021

Tomb raider is fun even if I have to run it on high with ultra textures, no TressFX and no tessellation to play(25-45fps) at native resolution(2560x1600). Damn, I need a new GPU.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cold. Soooo cold...

 

 

Nice fire.

 

 

Ohhh. Forest.

 

 

 

Venison for dinner.

 

 

Seriously. Are you kidding me?

 

 

 

Crrreeaaapppyyy...

 

 

 

I'll be here. Behind this box. Chillin.

 

 

But I want an ice cream!

 

 

Sigh.


Edited by Tangster - 3/10/13 at 11:18am
post #1253 of 7021
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Tomb raider is fun even if I have to run it on high with ultra textures, no TressFX and no tessellation to play(25-45fps) at native resolution(2560x1600). Damn, I need a new GPU.

What program do you use for the fps and info? 

post #1254 of 7021
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What program do you use for the fps and info? 

MSI Afterburner. Does video capture and screenshots as well.

post #1255 of 7021
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MSI Afterburner. Does video capture and screenshots as well.

Hmm that's what I thought isn't there another program you need with it? I tried it a while ago and never got it to work.

 

EDIT: Just downloaded and tried it again and it works! I guess there was an update or something...

post #1256 of 7021
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I use Vsynch Double Buffer on with everything else on Medium.

 

I can disable Vsynch and run it on high though.

post #1257 of 7021

TR on the 6 year old boxen... I get an 86 FPS Avg on High Settings with the built-in Benchmark... biggrin.gif

post #1258 of 7021
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TR on the 6 year old boxen... I get an 86 FPS Avg on High Settings with the built-in Benchmark... biggrin.gif

Damm...

 

What graphics card are you using?

 

What resolution?

 

When you say high settings, are we talking high general settings with high textures, and AA and SSAO and Tesselation?

post #1259 of 7021

Don't worry I have some really old gear... And it's only 81 avg not 86...

 

*No Laughing*

Q9300@3Ghz / 8GB

GTX285 Stock

1440x900 Display

 

 

 

 

It plays good enough for me. wink_face.gif


Edited by TrollDragon - 3/10/13 at 6:17pm
post #1260 of 7021
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Damm...

 

What graphics card are you using?

 

What resolution?

 

When you say high settings, are we talking high general settings with high textures, and AA and SSAO and Tesselation?

An overclocked GTX470 or a stock GTX480 should be able to play it at that sort of FPS on high, 1080p with Tessellation off. My overclocked GTX460(which is about 5% faster than a stock GTX470) gets a benchmark score of 84fps avg, min 49 and max of 92 with these settings:

 

Res: 1920x1080p

Texture Quality: High

Anisatropic Filtering: 8x

Hair: Normal

Anti-Aliasing: FXAA

Shadows: Normal

Shadow Resolution: High

Reflections: High

DOF: Normal

SSAO: Normal

Post Processing: On

Tessellation: Off

High Precision: Off

 

For reference the screenshots I posted earlier were played at:

 

Res: 2560x1600p

Texture Quality: Ultra

Anisatropic Filtering: 16x

Hair: Normal

Anti-Aliasing: FXAA

Shadows: Normal

Shadow Resolution: High

Reflections: High

DOF: Normal

SSAO: Normal

Post Processing: On

Tessellation: Off

High Precision: Off

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