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Old 09-30-2007, 09:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i need a card to run cs at 60fps..any suggestions..
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7600gt?
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source or 1.6????
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x1650XT would be the best at that price range.
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X1650PRO could also play CS just fine.
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thats not enough info... cs:s or 1.6? what resolution?

7600gt gets 60fps at 1600x1200 on cs:s... so depending on your resolution.... ya... i reckon the x1650xt would be around there
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go for overkill 8600GTS at the minimum. lol, nothing like adding a bit of eye candy to CSS.

16xQ CSAA and Antistropic 16x = the win.

i get constant fps over 150 with these set and everything else on full.

except for on militia. that is a piece of **** GPU and CPU eater of a level.

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go for overkill 8600GTS at the minimum. lol, nothing like adding a bit of eye candy to CSS.

16xQ CSAA and Antistropic 16x = the win.

i get constant fps over 150 with these set and everything else on full.

except for on militia. that is a piece of **** GPU and CPU eater of a level.

kthxbai.
He could get the more powerful X1950PRO for less...
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