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So I have the card all packed up ready to ship now. I popped in Neverwinter Nights to see if it would play with nice with Windows 7 and it has so far. It has some impressive hardware requirements. Pentium III at 800 MHz, 256 MB RAM, 32 MB video card >.>
So still no changes in recommendations in the $300-400 range?
Nevermind, just say you recommend Radeon 7870 for low $300. GTX 670 still for upper. I'll probably be going GTX 670 then in the summer, LOL
Edited by Aeox on 5/11/2012 5:56 PM PDT
Then it should be DirectX 11. There is nothing special that needs to be done to make DirectX 11 work AFAIK.
Just use DirectX 11 mode as normal in WoW.
As for "forcing", did you go to Catalyst Control Center and change any settings?
Edited by Kalganized on 5/11/2012 5:59 PM PDT
Turn VSync off
Hey Kal you helped me a few days ago in a different thread. I figured I'd ask here instead of making a new thread.
Not sure why people think it'll be in 600s. It's just a GTX 670, not a GTX 680. Why would it cost MORE than a GTX 680 by miles? >_>
$420 is the official MSRP price set by ASUS.
But if you don't want to wait, you don't have to. You can probably OC your GTX 670 and achieve a similar result.
Edited by Kalganized on 5/12/2012 5:27 PM PDT
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