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Just picked up an Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti. FurMark scores seemed lower than I expected, 20 FPS average on 15m burnout test running on 1920x1080. My previous card was about 2 years old, was able to run D3 beta on ultra but had minor FPS issues. Will this new card give me the extra juice I need to have max FPS on ultra?!
3 flavors of 560s and you now have the middle one.
What is your OLD card?
Any 560 should run D3 fine, I would not say it's ULTRA, it's not a game with super fine graphics nitpicky settings like MMOs tend to have, very limited options, at least in the beta, I couldn't even tell LOW from HIGH settings, there is no MAX FPS.... You really just want the same as your monitor refresh rate, which is likely 60, or 30 on a lower end rig is fine.
If you let the video card go higher, it's going to run higher temps all the time unnecessarily, and possibly wear out/break faster.
See GPU-Z at cpuid.com to keep tabs on it, or a Windows 7 video card temp meter gadget.
Edited by Badfinger#1431 on 5/12/2012 8:43 PM PDT
Just got my 670 as well, love it to death
edit: But not a quick death...
Edited by Brutang#1547 on 5/13/2012 8:25 PM PDT
I'm running a GTX 560Ti and I sometimes get 60 but most of the time (90%+) I'm locked at 30 FPS. It's jittery, kinda feels like internet lag, I have MSI Afterburner installed and it's showing 30 :(
Settings: Maxed, VSync On, Max FPS Fore/Back Off.
Hardware: 8GB 2133 RAM - i5 2500K - 120 GB SSD - Win7 Pro x64
Anyone know why I'm getting such lacking performance on just Diablo 3? This should be more than enough to run this game.
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