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What kind of graphics card do I need for PES 2013?

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC, PS2, PSP, Wii, DS' started by Daisuk, 6 August 2012.

  1. Daisuk

    Daisuk Yiddo

    22 October 2002
    Oslo, Norway
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Hey guys! Just got a new computer, and tried out the PES 2013 demo for the first time on it today - and it's lagging with my built in graphics card. My old computer has a AMD HD Radeon 4500-5000 series card, but this new one is called AMD 760g - is it supposed to be bad with PES 2013, or can I somehow install something to make it run smoother?

    What kind of graphics card would I need to run PES 2013 smooth? I'm looking for the cheapest option possible, to be able to play PES 2013 in HD - this is more or less the only game I play on the PC.

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated! :)
     
  2. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    Are they just built in graphics chipsets. Your best getting a dedicated GFX card, one with at least 1gig memory.

    MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
    Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, 7
    Intel Pentium IV processor 2.4 GHz or equivalent processor
    1GB of RAM
    Video Card NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon x1300. Pixel / Vertex Shader 3.0 and 128MB of VRAM DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card.

    RECOMMENDED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
    Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, 7
    Intel Core2 Duo 2.0 GHz or equivalent processor
    2GB of RAM
    NVidia GeForce 7900, ATI Radeon HD2600 or higher. Pixel / Vertex Shader 3.0 and 512MB of VRAM DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card.

    As you can see you do not need that good a machine to run it.
     
  3. Daisuk

    Daisuk Yiddo

    22 October 2002
    Oslo, Norway
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Ok, nice one, cheers! My old computer has a better graphics card than my current one, then, damnit, hehe. Thanks a lot, mate. :)
     
  4. Thespeedster84

    Thespeedster84 Champions League

    4 October 2010
    Jakarta City
    I would like to share from tonight test with i53210m, gt 650m. notebook

    @1366x768p (native notebook), max setting = 60 fps

    @1920x1080p (external monitor), max setting = 60 fps @widecam gameplay, but vary from 45-60 fps @manual replay

    So, basically there is no direct desktop replacement gpu for gt 650m, but i guess it is +/- nvidia gts 450.

    Not saying that gts 450-ish is the minimum, but if you have gpu like this or better.. it will run PES flawlessly
     
  5. info0

    info0 Banned

    3 September 2011
    Poland - Lodz
    Santos FC :)
    I have 8800GT 512MB (ancient GPU now :D) and runs PES maxed out @1440x900. Even should run fine on 1920x1200 ;).

    So anything above this... Should smoke current Pro Evo. Dunno about FOX Engine much yet, so can't tell...
     
  6. Daisuk

    Daisuk Yiddo

    22 October 2002
    Oslo, Norway
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Ok, thanks, man, but I'm kind of illiterate when it comes to graphic cards. GT 650m is a pretty decent graphics card, no?

    I got tipped off to try this one out, Radeon HD 6770;
    http://www.amd.com/us/products/desk...d-6770/Pages/amd-radeon-hd-6770-overview.aspx

    Is my AMD 760g gpu definitely not good enough to run PES 2013 smoothly? Is there maybe just some setting I have overlooked?
     
  7. info0

    info0 Banned

    3 September 2011
    Poland - Lodz
    Santos FC :)
    GT650 should run PES 2013 fine mate. Even GT540M runs it smooth like silk at 1920x1080 resolution.

    Shows how old current PES engine is or damn me, how optimized it is ;).

    KONAMI hates ATI cards. Almost all ATI cards seem to have some stutter/lag in PES. Crazy :P.
     
  8. TheTud

    TheTud League 1

    5 January 2009
    Pes aint really pushing current gen graphics to the limit. Its nowhere as detailed as nba 2k games for example.
     
  9. Thespeedster84

    Thespeedster84 Champions League

    4 October 2010
    Jakarta City
    Quite decent for a laptop, but not much when we compare it to current desktop offers :

    gt 650m notebook is almost as fast as gts 450 desktop. Whereas gts 450 itself is desktop's low budget gpu. Both will play PES 2013 at Full HD (1080p) in max. setting. But not sure, if later if PES use some of fox engine stuff rumoured for PES 2014. Let's hope they will keep requirement as low as possible for maximum graphic setting :P

    AMD's 6770 is said to be a rebadged/renamed AMD 5770 which are overall as fast as gts 450 or slightly better.

    AMD 760G is your motherboard's chipset, yes ? it should have come with on-board Radeon HD 3000 gpu if i'm not mistaken. I am not sure if it is good enough for PES, you can check at system requirement at setting.exe in pes game folder. But obviously, this on-board is nowhere near those dedicated GPU (gts 450, 6770).

    Look if you can find gtx 460 1gb, amd 6850 1gb near 6770 price.. it would be even better. Good luck.
     
  10. Daisuk

    Daisuk Yiddo

    22 October 2002
    Oslo, Norway
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Thanks for the advice, mate! :) Can't really find any GTX 460 to the same price as the Radeon 6770. AMD 760g chipset, yes, but not sure it has an in-built Radeon HD 3000, under display adapters in device manager, it only says AMD 760g.

    But ATI cards are known to stutter PES, you say? Damn. Would it then be better to buy a slightly shittier GTX card?
     
  11. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    An old GT card would be fine. Like info0 saya above anything from 8800GT would be fine. I'd personally go to a 9800 GTX if you have a little extra cash.
     
  12. Thespeedster84

    Thespeedster84 Champions League

    4 October 2010
    Jakarta City
    No, i had an ati/amd 5850 before. No stutter problem with PES. Also mate has a 5770 gpu.. smooth as it should :))

    Ok.. just try gtx 550 ti if you can find one that meet your budget, if no other option.. 6770 will serve you just as good for PES.

    I agree @jammiedodger. Old 8800 gt, 9800gtx, gts 250 will likely perform well for PES @1080p but isn't it rare to find new one. Personally, i feel fucked up buying second-hand especially if it dies at some point without any warranty :RANT:
     
  13. Fitiello

    Fitiello League 1

    2 September 2006
    ITALY
    ITALIA
    I have a Quadcore CPU , 8g RAM and GTX560(nvidia) and on my PC PES is wonderful..replays and cut scenes run at 60fps..I play at 1360x768 and I love it...definitely a different game from PS3 version...
     
  14. Daisuk

    Daisuk Yiddo

    22 October 2002
    Oslo, Norway
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Nice, that's all the information I need. Thanks a lot, guys! :)
     
  15. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    Hmm, that's strange I have these and game isn't fluid, there is 60fps but i see frame skipped from time to time. Is this card too weak ?

    My specs:
    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7300 @ 2.66GHz x 2 ‎(2.66Ghz)‎
    Ram 3,3 GB
    NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT ‎(PS3.0/VS3.0)‎
    512 MB
     
  16. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    Probably could do with a better card with 1 gig instead of 512mb. If you're on a budget you could get a secondhand card which would suffice for about 30-50 pounds.
     
  17. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    How do you know it's a card memory ? If so maybe I can overclock it to higher level...
    Besides I read that 1GB is used when you use big resolution in games. I use 1280x720.
     
  18. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    The 9600GT is a base card they used 3-4 years ago in towers for people on a budget who wanted to enter into the market of PC gaming. It just doesn't cut it with present games. I'd sell it for 20-30 pond an upgrade to 9800 or even a ATI HD4850 if you're on a budget that is.
     
  19. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    And how about overclocking, is it worth it ?
     
  20. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    I would go the extra yard and just upgrade to be honest. Don't think it would be worthwhile overclocking your card.
     
  21. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    What do you think about GTS 450 1GB is it better than 9600 GT ?
     
  22. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    yeah definitely. What is your Budget?
     
  23. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    It's quite chea card, 75 GBP.

    But it has 128 bit, 9600 gt has 256 bit. Is it important ?
     
    Last edited: 6 September 2012
  24. Panthera1

    Panthera1 League 1

    4 February 2004
    Just got a Gigabyte GV-N670OC-2GD GeForce GTX 670 2GB 256-bit, plays Dead Space 2 and Darksiders 2 at the highest settings no problem but still has slowdown with pes. it is a problem with pes that some graphic cards see it as a 2d game so its not just about your card but also your settings
     
  25. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    Do you mean 3D settings, I,ve been there and try to set various configurations (V-Sync, Triple Buffering etc etc) and one I can say is that within a time I notice that Pes is working worse and worse. I don't know if it is a matter of Grapic Card actually.

    One is for sure that at yhe beginning Pes was running the best and after installing patches etc it got worse. I have that every year.

    Maybe it is also a foult of changing NVIDIA Drivers, maybe it's time to reinstall the whole system...
     
    Last edited: 7 September 2012
  26. Panthera1

    Panthera1 League 1

    4 February 2004
    Yea 3d setting. their are a few good threads in this forum with solutions and settings for setting up graphic cards, and I have found that you need to do alot of messing around with setting, even changing drivers (no matter how good your card is)to get PES right (although some peoples will work fine out of the box)Its a pain in the arse
     
  27. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    I have drivers from May 2012 - 301.42
    Does drivers of MotherBoard are also important in this case cause I have old from 2004 :/

    Where I cn find those threads, in Pes 2012 or somewhere else ?
     
  28. Panthera1

    Panthera1 League 1

    4 February 2004
    I have just changed back to Nvidia from Ati so I am not sure what the best drivers are. Wont really know until full game comes out. I am still having micro slow down with my card. I don't think motherboard drivers would make much of a change and I don't think they will interfere with gaming much. The threads can be found by searching for Nvidia or Ati or drivers in this section of the fourm.

    If you have an Ati card this thread has a good solution that worked for my previous card Ati card

    http://www.evo-web.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=68657

    I had just received my new (360 Euro)card when I found this solution

    Now my (115 Euro) card now plays Pes 2013 in high detail but my new expensive card dont. Would have saved me alot of cash if I had found this first but I will just have to do a bit of research to solve this
     
  29. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    I see it's overclocking for ATI. I tried in Riva Tuner and no changes.
    I also tried the thing with .bat file and no difference either.
     
  30. footyfan

    footyfan Pornaddict!

    13 December 2002
    If you look around on the internet, you will be able to pick up a GTX560 for around £100, which will run pes and fifa really well on a decent CPU.
     

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