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GeForce GT 525M Game Requirement Analysis

Overview
GeForce GT 525M is a middle-class Mobile Graphics Card based on the first revision of the Fermi Architecture.


Architecture
The Fermi Architecture is manufactured with a 40nm technology and uses a technique known as Hot Clocking: The Shaders are clocked twice as fast as the Central Unit. While this leads to a reasonable performance boost, it causes enormous amounts of energy dissipation, leading, ultimately, to a significantly higher operating temperature.
Fermi is also the first GPU architecture with fully cached memory access which increases memory performance.


GPU
It equips a GPU Codenamed GF108 which has 2 Stream Multiprocessors activated and thus offers 96 Shader Processing Units, 16 TMUs and 4 ROPs. The Central Unit is clocked at 600MHz.


Memory
The GPU accesses a 1GB frame buffer of DDR3, through a 128-bit memory interface. The size of the frame buffer is adequate. The Memory Clock Operates at 900MHz.


Features
DirectX 11.0 Support (11.0 Hardware Default) and support for Optimus, 3D Vision Surround, PhysX, Realtime Raytracing and other technologies


Power Consumption
With a rated board TDP of 25W, it is suited for 15" or larger laptops.


Performance
Gaming benchmarks put its performance somewhat below a desktop GeForce GT 430.


System Suggestions
We recommend a modest processor (Intel Core i3 Mobile) and 4GB of RAM for a system with GeForce GT 525M.


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I don't understand how is this 51% better than my card. Gamebenchmarks show that their performance is nearly identical.Not so long time ago i remember that this card was only 6% better than my card, so has this card gotten better or has mine gotten worse?

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i don't know. but i think because 525m can be clock until same perform like 540. or 540 the name clock from 525??

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Overclock is a great thing as your card which is suposed to be worse than mine is 15 % better.

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seriously my card worst than this ?

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No buddy. Updated. I am not done with all of the 7000M GPUs.

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thnx bro :)

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I have a Nvidia GT 525M 1GB graphic card! How much FPS will i get on medium settings and on High settings for Crysis 3! I Have Intel i5 2450M 2.5 GHZ with turbo boost! and 4 GB DDR3 ram! please help!

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i doubt you can run it smoothly on high friend and medium might be a stretch

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High? Less than 20..
Medium…20-25? Maybe not even that…

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thanks pip, its good to have someone popular backing me up :)

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haha :)

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all on low. you're gpu is like a renamed GPU of mine, i ran crysis 3, low, somemedium, and lowered my resolution. :D aa on medium, and it looks fine, runs great too, 24-31 fps, spike upto 35 at times. lowest is 19 fps. :D

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Excuse me?
GT 525M is not a renamed 610M and is not even related to it. They steer from different chips. :D

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sorry my bad, what i meant is the GT520MX ,
here you go.
http://www.behardware.com/news/12010/radeon-hd-7000m-geforce-600m-renommage.html

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Correct, their chips are related but NVIDIA has modified 610M slightly so they're no total renames like they were initially thought. :D

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thanks pip :"> i thinks i made the wrong choice with this GPU, i haven't done enough research when i bought my rig :( i thought that VRAM is all you need, didnt took the clock speed, cuda cores, etc into consideration. :l

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I understand. I was once like that as well. That's what we are here for, to help everyone :D

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thankyou pip, maybe a couple of months from now, i'll be buying a new laptop again, youve been a great help mate, cheer! &#603

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i have the same gpu gt525m on my laptop and i play crysis 3 on high!! and assassins's creed 3,far cry 3, battlefield 3 med to high mafia 2,aliens coonial marines etc

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yes, my be you can play at High setting. but not for all laptop. because 525m have 3 variant. like Try out Chip, Regular Chip and Market Chip-set. that all can be explained on Default Clock GPU.
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Tray to play on 3 machine GPU GT 525m. By default Clock 475, 600 and 700 MHz. and you will found different from them.
Experience is the best teacher

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I don't understand my laptop say's I have 3782 video memory.
(Nvidia GT 525 M)

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It's probably shared with your internal memory

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how can we do that????

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how can we share the dedicated memory with the dedicated memory………. and does it increase the gaming performance???????????

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You cant, it must be factory enabled and is only available on integrated cards and laptops

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Try this tutorial. I have same video card as you :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhiO1rsbyyM

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A GPU will resort to system ram (shared memory) when it runs out of dedicated memory (frame buffer). GeForce GT 525M has a memory clock of 1800MHz to fill its frame buffer. By resorting to system ram, depending on its frequency (usually 1333MHz) it will run slower - though not much slower in this case.
Say GeForce GT 525M was 1 GB of GDDR5 - it would be twice as slow by using system ram.

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would this be similar performance wise to my current GPU. There's a Dell refurbished with an i7 for less than I would pay for my current laptop, but it has this card.

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Hello,
Your GPU is equivalent to a GeForce 540M which is just a tiny bit faster than 525M. There are some 630M's that have higher clock frequencies though. If the price difference is huge, might as well buy the one with the 525M and overclock it.

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guys i have an inspiron n5110 with these specs… for more fps should i change my GPU if possible.. or should i upgrade my RAM?

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Hi,
Honestly, your system is so balanced that any change will make it unbalanced lol

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bu unbalanced u mean that i will mess up my laptop?? if thats the case would more RAM give me more FPS

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sorry to say but no.it won't give extra fps
maybe 2-3 :|

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No, I mean that if you change any of the components, you will also have to change the others. You might put extra RAM for very demanding games like BF3 but other than that, any change will not be worth it :/

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so its possible to change my GPU, but for better gaming+fps i need a better processor? im sorr mate but im not quite getting where u r going with this…. so like if i get a better GPU, i will have to change my processor?

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See mine is very unbalanced, like my cpu and ram can do anything but my gpu is holding me back so I cant max out my cpu and ram. So if you upgrade anything something else will be holding you back.

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i think i get it…. for better FPS i' basically have to upgrade everything?

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To see the biggest boost thats what you have to do.

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Well no. If you put a GTX 680M you will get an enormous perform boost but your CPU will hold back the GPU. However, I read somewhere GT 525M is MXC so you are very limited to upgrade it if it's screwed. A friend once told me of a website that has all their sizes but I don't remember which any more :(

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I stand corrected. Listen to Pip I just own the same rig lol

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Hey guyz my gfx card gets upto 95 degrees celcius while playing battlefield 3/. Is it too much. Is it harmful to my gfx card.. Will it affect its performance? If yes how can i lower the temp.. and i also use a cooling pad while gaming. so…..

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Hello,
I used to experience the same situation when playing BF3 on my old laptop that had a GeForce GT 540M - pretty much like yours.
That temperature is already too close to the threshold but it should not damage the component or affect its performance. Seems extreme, considering you have a cooling pad. Perhaps you can try disabling the Turbo Boost of the CPU to produce less heat or maybe it's time to clean the laptop. If you don't want to use compressed air, you can always vacuum the entrances, with the computer turned off.

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thanks for the reply

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and how can i disable the turbo boost??????????

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On the energy settings of windows, set the processor to have a 99% of maximum performance :D

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I have laptop Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531 GFO with this graphic card and i want to change it on better card is it possible or not?

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Hi,
It depends on whether it's soldered or just screwed. You have to consider two things, in case you can remove it (if it's screwed):
1 - The Size of the GPU. The GPU you want to put in needs to be within the same size which reduces the expansion possibilities by a lot and trust me, yours is quite small.
2 - The PSU your laptop currently has. You probably have a PSU of around 100W. You'll need to upgrade it if you want a high-end GPU. Fortunately, it's external.

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You might also have to consider a cooling upgrade because a more powerful GPU, will require a more efficient cooling system,. This should not be a problem with the new Kepler (Nvidia) GPUs (600M Series)-

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can you tell me what card coincides with sizes?

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I don't really know buddy but I suppose a GeForce 550M would surely fit though that isn't much of an upgrade.

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yeah you are right that isn't much of an upgrade.thanks for answers

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Maybe a GeForce based on the Kepler GK107 Core will fit too. This means you could get between a GeForce GT 640M, GT 650M and GTX 660M.

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ok thanks these GPUs are better then GT 550M.you also sad that i should change my PSU too but i am confused because in descriptions of laptop GPUs is this "Laptop GPU - No PSU"

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The PSU is external. It's the power adaptor.

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naggar12's Rig
Saved at: Feb-21-2015
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hey guys, any body know how to overclock this card and to what extent?

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SnookerLuke's Rig
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My graphic card better than this :D

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GeForce GT 525M vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
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PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds 403% 1112%
Call of Duty: WWII 403% 1270%
Assassins Creed: Origins 494% 627%
FIFA 18 288% 591%
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 403% 1148%
Grand Theft Auto VI 312% 1393%
Far Cry 5 288% 761%
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 142% 494%
Need For Speed Payback 385% 1197%
ARK: Survival Evolved 530% 796%
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