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Upgrading from Radeon 6670 to radeon 5770

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Greenestofbeards, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. Greenestofbeards

    Greenestofbeards Thread Starter

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    So i recently upgraded from the Radeon 6670 to the Radeon 5770 and I haven't noticed much of a huge graphics increase and i was just wondering why this might be, defective graphics card not enough power from my power supply bottlenecking at the processor. Figured i'de make a post here so some one could help me figure it out.

    My power supply is 520 watts

    My processor is the AMD Athlon II 2 x4 635 processor 4 cpu's 2.9 ggz\

    I'm sure more info is needed to help figure out whats wrong, but i will need to know how to get that info and what info is needed.

    Oh and examples of this problem are, in World of Warcraft i am essentially getting the same FPS with the same graphics settings even though the game now recommends i should play on Ultra.
     
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    There shouldn't be much of an improvement as the cards benchmarks are fairly close.

    check tomshardware gpu charts.
     
  3. donsor

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    Funny thing but when I upgraded, it was from AMD Radeon HD 5770 to an AMD Radeon HD 6770.
     
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