2012-03-05 : The day SWTOR jumped the shark
Mages are basically "warlocks for girls" - Kerrath
I used essentially this card for the first beta weekend I was in and was getting decent framerates. It wasn't IDEAL, but it was definitely playable. (We're talking ~40 fps here, keep in mind there was no AA.)
Depending on your processor, this might suffice for acceptable performance, but you won't get the BEST performance.
I've got a GT 240 and I can still run on high.
[Looking to upgrade though. Only problem is I have a 300 watt power supply.]
i dont know if my answer is the best possible,
but i can tell you that with my 150€ ati-5770-1gb the games runs smoothly with everything on max.
only exception is warzones (BGs) where for some weird reason,
even people with much better cards than mine and everything on minimum have FPS issues
(and server-lag issues)
Or us that got into beta tonight we might actully be able to put on AA ingame since we for the first weekend are playing the latest build.
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There's your best bet, most bang for the buck honestly, i went with a 6770 and i can run max settings with 90+ fps, and 40+ with my old 4850HD also...
"A 6970m is equivalent to a desktop 5850 I believe."
Doubt it, I was at 60-100 fps on a 5850, the 6970m is probably closer to a 5770.
Last edited by Lumicide; 2011-12-02 at 02:25 PM.
Running 1920x1080 on dual monitor setup, both 22'.
AMD X4 965 BE
Last edited by konishiwa; 2011-12-02 at 04:23 PM.
I'm running an Acer aspire 5750 Running Windows 7 with an Intel I5-2410M 2.3GHz pro with a turbo boost? to 2.9 GHz an Intel HD graphics 3000, up to 1760MB dynamic video Memory 15.6" HD LEC LCD screen, 6GB DDR3 memory.
Is that any good?