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Pc upgrade for f1 2010

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by eddyb, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. need advice my current system can't handle this game.
    so i am planning to upgrade my pc for f1 2010/2011

    will i be able with this kind of system to play it on ultra and max res?

    -i5 760/2.80GHz
    -Intel DP55WG Motherboard
    -Asus GeForce ENGTS 450 or Asus GeForce ENGTX465
    -OCZ DDR3-1333 2x2GB - Fatal1ty Edition
    -windows 7

    anynone with a simillar system?
     
  2. I don't know those video cards but i would opt for something with more ram on the video card; I run a geforce 9500 with 1 gig of am, windoze 7 and 4 gig of ram. Game runs well and looks pretty
     
  3. what cpu you have and you run everything max out on ultra???
    both of those card run 1gb GDDR5

    i will be very satisfied if i get 50+ fps at the start of a race.
     
  4. I5 750@ 3.7
    HD 5850@5870
    Asus P7H55d-M EVO
    W7 64
    4GH DDR3.

    With this i get 60 fps almost all the time, just drops to 50/55 sometimes in the pits.
    Running at 1920x1080, MSAA 8x.

    Note: This is running the game at DX11, at default DX9 my frame rate is almost 40% less, making it unplayable.

     
  5. Peter

    Peter
    Premium Member

    I have a phenom X4 955 + GTX 260 and I get 50/55 fps on ultra or low, with a GPU and CPU load of 60%.
     
  6. i have a Intel I7 920 / Asus gerne II mainboard (the III version is out now with USB 3.0) / 1x AMD (ATI) 5850 / 6 GB Corsair XMS Triple Channel RAM.
    All games on my PC run fine and smooth with 1680x1050 on max details (BFBC2/F1-2010/GTAIV etc...)
    I recommend a video card (singlecard! dont use lowcost sli combinations!) in the price range of 200-300€/$ for solid fun for the next 2/3/4 years - if u plan to use 3D later or if u need Physix - buy a Nvidia - if u dont need that - buy a ATI/AMD - better performance for less money + saves energy.