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Windows 7: you wont see much difference with a new gpu they said...

27 Dec 2013   #1

you wont see much difference with a new gpu they said...

Hi i posted for a while ago about getting a 7750 from radeon, but instead i upgraded my psu and got an asus gtx 660 Direct CUII OC,
In the thread a lot if people said my cpu was to weak and that the computer would get faster, but not much,
Ooh how wrong they were, from not even able to play planetside 2 on my desktop and bearly able to play on my laptop (had to set it down to a terrible resolution and put everything to lowest, to now rocking ultra settings and 30-40fps and the only reason that im not going higher is becouse the cpu is bottlenecking, but still, the cpu stops it from going crazy but i still max out every game on over 30fps until the cpu is hogging back..

I can finally play games like they should be played

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27 Dec 2013   #2

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64

I guess you`d really be knocked out with 200+ fps then, keep on saving Nothing wrong with a 660

But glad to hear you`re doing better
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27 Dec 2013   #3


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
I guess you`d really be knocked out with 200+ fps then, keep on saving Nothing wrong with a 660

But glad to hear you`re doing better
Just a quick question, Will another GTX 660 dubble the Amd usage or how is it with that, Becouse i have A LOT more Watt to give but only like 6 amp left on the V2 12V rail,
Becouse then why would i get 2 pci-e power 1 8Pin and one 6Pin, becouse the cards that need that much power should be runned it sli?
And the psu sais "Crossfire and SLI ready, So in the future when the 660 isnt enough, Can i add on another one?
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