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Need some expert opinions:

 

PC Specs:

 

Mother Board: EMX-ANF82HD-PRO

Memory: 2GB Corsair Gaming Memory

CPU: AMD Phenom X3 8650

Video Card: Mother Board Built in nVidia GF8200

 

Is there anything i can add in this setup to have a better performance for the Assassin's Creed?

 

Thank you!

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Honestly, you're not going to get for in AC with onboard graphics. You may not be able to play at all. A dedicated graphics card would definitely be the best upgrade.

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Need some expert opinions:

 

PC Specs:

 

Mother Board: EMX-ANF82HD-PRO

Memory: 2GB Corsair Gaming Memory

CPU: AMD Phenom X3 8650

Video Card: Mother Board Built in nVidia GF8200

 

Is there anything i can add in this setup to have a better performance for the Assassin's Creed?

 

Thank you!

 

 

have you already bought this system and your just looking to make upgrades?

or are you building from scratch and those are the parts you have picked?

and whats your budget?

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Honestly, you're not going to get for in AC with onboard graphics. You may not be able to play at all. A dedicated graphics card would definitely be the best upgrade.

:withstupid:

 

At max settings, AC is just as taxing as Crysis, if not more so. With onboard graphics, I'd be surprised if it's smooth even on the lowest settings.

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It's playable with the 8200, I know because I have the same onboard and played AC with my 7300 GS, but yes, you should definitely get a better card, that onboard just can't hold up to a lot the newer games very well.

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Hey guys,

 

So many replies, thank you!!!

 

I'm thinking of something in the range of 50 - 80 USD. Hopefully there's something decent enough on that range.

 

On second thought, i could wait for a month or two to have more budget for the video card.

 

1. What is the best i could get at range 50 - 80 USD?

2. What is a decent Video Card that could render the top resolution of Assassin's Creed? (this may be different from 1)

 

Thank you!!!

 

BTW, i don't think i can do any crossfire because my Mobo has only 1 PCIE and 2 PCI. (Mobo Manual)

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At what resolution and with what settings?

Probably the same as what you might assume, low everything, I didn't say you were going to max it, I said it was playable.

 

As for a card, I would recommend this 4850.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814102824

 

It is a little out of range though so it's really up to you but that is what I have and while I can't guarantee it will max AC, it does max crysis at 1680 no AA, so that is a decent example of performance.

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I already got the specs i mentioned 2 weeks ago. Now i'm just adding the video card.

 

I'm now torn between buying a 9600GT or a 4850. Would it matter if the 9600GT is 2gb and the 4850 is having 512mb?

 

Due to availability here in the Philippines, i think my choices are:

 

http://www.pcbodega.com/pcbshop/index.php?c=40&p=9247

 

http://www.pcbodega.com/pcbshop/index.php?c=40&p=4522

 

http://www.pcbodega.com/pcbshop/index.php?c=40&p=8323

 

http://www.pcbodega.com/pcbshop/index.php?c=40&p=5070

 

http://www.pcbodega.com/pcbshop/index.php?c=40&p=8426

 

http://www.pcbodega.com/pcbshop/index.php?c=40&p=8330

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Only thing the memory affects for the most part is resolution and 512mb is plenty for most monitors, I would say anything 1080p or larger might need more than 512mb.

Textures actually have the largest impact on memory usage.

 

I'd personally go with the 9600GT, not just because of the more memory, but also because I prefer nVidia.

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