Thread: puppy build

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    puppy build

    hey,I don't know much about pc's so i have a question:

    is the puppy build from

    http://www.mmo-champion.com/content/...e-Month?page=8

    able to raid with graphics set above good? and have like 60 fps atleast

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    In 25-man at high/ultra settings with 40fps, dipping to 15-20 during big aoe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vesseblah View Post
    In 25-man at high/ultra settings with 40fps, dipping to 15-20 during big aoe.
    and in 10 mans?

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    What resolution do you play in, and what settings would you be willing to compromise? (Say, shadows, view distance, AA, AF?)
    If you'd consider overclocking, you'd be able to decrease of how low you'd dip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimmx View Post
    and in 10 mans?
    Double that, probably stays at/over 60fps for most of the time, might hit 30's during big aoe. On 1920x1080 monitor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetrisGOAT View Post
    What resolution do you play in, and what settings would you be willing to compromise? (Say, shadows, view distance, AA, AF?)
    If you'd consider overclocking, you'd be able to decrease of how low you'd dip.
    shadows low or off(if possible)
    far distance
    AA i don't reazlly know what that is(i'm a complete nub in pc stuff, googled it but getting a very technological explanation)
    AF same as above
    and i consider overclocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimmx View Post
    shadows low or off(if possible)
    far distance
    AA i don't reazlly know what that is(i'm a complete nub in pc stuff, googled it but getting a very technological explanation)
    AF same as above
    and i consider overclocking.
    AA is anti-aliasing, AF is anisotropic filtering.



    AA in the image set to 8x, AF to 16x. AA is basically a way of simulating a higher resolution and then downscaling it, giving the effect of smoother lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimmx View Post
    shadows low or off(if possible)
    far distance
    AA i don't reazlly know what that is(i'm a complete nub in pc stuff, googled it but getting a very technological explanation)
    AF same as above
    and i consider overclocking.
    We need to know what your monitor's resolution is. That's the biggest factor to judge what kind of performance any given setup will give you.
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    Yea. If you play in 1440x900, you don't need as much oomph to achieve 40-50FPS consistently as you would in 1920x1080, which is 60% more pixels that have to be generated at any given time, meaning it's less straining.

    You can look that up, by rightclicking desktop and check "resolution" (assuming you have windows 7 and the monitor you will be using plugged in)

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