Overclocked GT 640 for Crysis 3.
Why is GT 640 bad for gaming? Can I run Crysis 3 on high on an overclocked GT 640?
Why is GT 640 bad for gaming? Can I run Crysis 3 on high on an overclocked GT 640?

#1
Posted 02/07/2013 06:08 PM   
No and it's similar as a 8800gt 512mo http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html List your computer spec if you want more info
No and it's similar as a 8800gt 512mo


http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html


List your computer spec if you want more info

#2
Posted 02/07/2013 06:27 PM   
My specs: processor: core 2 duo 2.20Ghz Ram: 5gb
My specs:

processor: core 2 duo 2.20Ghz
Ram: 5gb

#3
Posted 02/07/2013 07:32 PM   
your gpu is pretty low end and will struggle in demanding games. and your cpu is below minimum requirements for any demanding game.
your gpu is pretty low end and will struggle in demanding games. and your cpu is below minimum requirements for any demanding game.

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#4
Posted 02/07/2013 11:57 PM   
If you can run it, it'll be at low setting... Try the MP open beta and you'll be fixed.. but forget about high setting for this game.
If you can run it, it'll be at low setting... Try the MP open beta and you'll be fixed.. but forget about high setting for this game.

#5
Posted 02/08/2013 05:09 PM   
it depends how far , your willing to OC , my GT 640 is running at a GPU clock 1097 Mhz running at 40C , and ill have you know that i am running skyrim on max settings with ENB shaders , 4k resolution textures, remapped static meshes, new water shaders, with depth of field enabled , as well as ambient occlusions enabled , with new high poly count body mods, at 1360x768 and i am running about a good solid 50+ frames tested with fraps, and ENB GUI in game Graphic controller for the shaders , just use good old fashion precision X and be sure to crank your fan speed to 60+ percent
it depends how far , your willing to OC , my GT 640 is running at a GPU clock 1097 Mhz running at 40C , and ill have you know that i am running skyrim on max settings with ENB shaders , 4k resolution textures, remapped static meshes, new water shaders, with depth of field enabled , as well as ambient occlusions enabled , with new high poly count body mods, at 1360x768 and i am running about a good solid 50+ frames tested with fraps, and ENB GUI in game Graphic controller for the shaders , just use good old fashion precision X and be sure to crank your fan speed to 60+ percent

#6
Posted 07/31/2013 10:12 AM   
system spece Video : EVGA 640 GT 2GB DDR3 Overclocked to 1097Mhz Motherboard: MSI 760GM - E51 FX CPU: AMD FX 6100+ 6 core unlocked CPU black edition 3.3GHZ (turboclocked at 3.9) (OC 4.2 ) RAM: 8GB DDR3 1337 PSU: 500 Watt 80 cert Hard drive: 2 320GB western digital black caviar OS : windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit genuine
system spece
Video : EVGA 640 GT 2GB DDR3 Overclocked to 1097Mhz
Motherboard: MSI 760GM - E51 FX
CPU: AMD FX 6100+ 6 core unlocked CPU black edition 3.3GHZ (turboclocked at 3.9) (OC 4.2 )
RAM: 8GB DDR3 1337
PSU: 500 Watt 80 cert
Hard drive: 2 320GB western digital black caviar
OS : windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit genuine

#7
Posted 07/31/2013 10:18 AM   
[quote="Delta2One"]it depends how far , your willing to OC , my GT 640 is running at a GPU clock 1097 Mhz running at 40C , and ill have you know that i am running skyrim on max settings with ENB shaders , 4k resolution textures, remapped static meshes, new water shaders, with depth of field enabled , as well as ambient occlusions enabled , with new high poly count body mods, at 1360x768 and i am running about a good solid 50+ frames tested with fraps, and ENB GUI in game Graphic controller for the shaders , just use good old fashion precision X and be sure to crank your fan speed to 60+ percent [/quote] "And i'll have you know" I can max skyrim out on my laptop. i get 80+fps and I get 30ish on Crysis 3 on lowest settings.. Hardly playable. More to the point, Your CPU is far better than the OP's. Thats the only reson your maxing out skyrim...
Delta2One said:it depends how far , your willing to OC , my GT 640 is running at a GPU clock 1097 Mhz running at 40C , and ill have you know that i am running skyrim on max settings with ENB shaders , 4k resolution textures, remapped static meshes, new water shaders, with depth of field enabled , as well as ambient occlusions enabled , with new high poly count body mods, at 1360x768 and i am running about a good solid 50+ frames tested with fraps, and ENB GUI in game Graphic controller for the shaders , just use good old fashion precision X and be sure to crank your fan speed to 60+ percent


"And i'll have you know" I can max skyrim out on my laptop. i get 80+fps and I get 30ish on Crysis 3 on lowest settings.. Hardly playable. More to the point, Your CPU is far better than the OP's. Thats the only reson your maxing out skyrim...

Mobo: Asus Maxiums IV Gene Z/Gen 3 ROG Edition.

CPU: Intel Core I7 2600K (Overclocked to 5.0GHZ)

RAM: 8GB Dual Channel DDR3 1650MHZ Ripjaws

Graphics Card: EVGA GTX 690

PSU: XFX 1200W Gold Certified Single Rail.

#8
Posted 07/31/2013 12:17 PM   
yeah but do you run textures at 4080x4080 resolution with ENB shaders ? and custom water shaders cause without the 120+ mods i can run skyrim at a high framerate as well
yeah but do you run textures at 4080x4080 resolution with ENB shaders ? and custom water shaders cause without the 120+ mods i can run skyrim at a high framerate as well

#9
Posted 08/01/2013 06:42 AM   
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