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8:30 PM - Nov 08, 2015 #21

It looks like you can play many different ways which is nice!
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9:44 PM - Nov 09, 2015 #22

I dk about HL, but if this game s like FO3 I'l be happy.
Graphics are looking awesome! i'm seriously concerned about my aging X48, C2D rig! Hopefully it will be enough coupled with the 780.
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9:54 PM - Nov 09, 2015 #23

zapionics<alt> wrote:I dk about HL, but if this game s like FO3 I'l be happy.
Graphics are looking awesome! i'm seriously concerned about my aging X48, C2D rig! Hopefully it will be enough coupled with the 780.
Here's from Nvidia...

GeForce GTX 970: NVIDIAs Recommended GPU For Fallout 4 | GeForce
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1:06 AM - Nov 10, 2015 #24

zapionics<alt> wrote:I dk about HL, but if this game s like FO3 I'l be happy.
Graphics are looking awesome! i'm seriously concerned about my aging X48, C2D rig! Hopefully it will be enough coupled with the 780.
Here is what the developer says.

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At least a GTX 780 and a i7 4790K is recommended by the game developer. Hard to believe it takes that much power. The minimum is a GTX 550 Ti which is definitely not the card you want to go with.
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1:51 AM - Nov 10, 2015 #25


If you click that link you will notice it says 'GeForce GTX 970' but that is for 1920x1080. If you are running 2560x1440 then it becomes a 'GeForce GTX 980 Ti'.

Also, down at the bottom explains it all regarding the new 'FO4' improvements.

"Regardless of your system configuration, all NVIDIA GPU users will automatically receive Optimal Playable Settings for Fallout 4 through GeForce Experience, and those with sufficiently-speedy, compatible GPUs will have NVIDIA Volumetric Lighting effects enabled in-game. With a single-click, Fallout 4’s 20 settings will be auto-configured for your system, with a target of 60 frames per second, delivering a responsive, smooth experience.

With our Optimal Playable Settings, Game Ready drivers, and Volumetric Lighting effects, the definitive Fallout 4 experience will be on GeForce GTX PCs. If you do need or desire an upgrade to attain this experience, our recommended GeForce GTX 970 can be won in Radiation Check contest, along with an amazing, themed Fallout 4 PC, and copies of the game."

So like I was saying, you should load Game Experience and select the FO4 game to get optimal play and not just the driver.
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1:17 PM - Nov 10, 2015 #26

<r><QUOTE author="Sandog;1538111"><s>
Sandog wrote:</s>If you click that link you will notice it says 'GeForce GTX 970' but that is for 1920x1080. If you are running 2560x1440 then it becomes a 'GeForce GTX 980 Ti'.<br/>
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Also, down at the bottom explains it all regarding the new 'FO4' improvements.<br/>
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"Regardless of your system configuration, all NVIDIA GPU users will automatically receive Optimal Playable Settings for Fallout 4 through <B><s></s>GeForce Experience<e></e></B>, and those with sufficiently-speedy, compatible GPUs will have NVIDIA Volumetric Lighting effects enabled in-game. With a single-click, Fallout 4’s 20 settings will be auto-configured for your system, with a target of 60 frames per second, delivering a responsive, smooth experience.<br/>
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With our Optimal Playable Settings, Game Ready drivers, and Volumetric Lighting effects, the definitive Fallout 4 experience will be on GeForce GTX PCs. If you do need or desire an upgrade to attain this experience, our recommended GeForce GTX 970 can be won in Radiation Check contest, along with an amazing, themed Fallout 4 PC, and copies of the game."<br/>
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So like I was saying, you should load Game Experience and select the FO4 game to get optimal play and not just the driver.<e>
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I've been using that for over a year now on all my games and works well...<E>:tiphat:</E></r>
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10:21 PM - Nov 10, 2015 #27

Here's a review on what video cards and FPS they get in Fo4...

Fallout 4: PC graphics performance benchmark review - Article - Guide - Review
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10:55 PM - Nov 10, 2015 #28

FVB, at 3840x2160 which is quite a bit bigger than yours and Skully's 34" monitor, your card gets 41FPS. Your old card 970 would have got 26FPS.



It's good you upgraded. How about replying to all those OC posts I made FVB? You chicken??? :lol:
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1:21 PM - Nov 13, 2015 #29

Got the game yesterday, not sure if I'm going to install it until I get my new ssd?
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