Benchmarks: GeForce GT 540M Vs Hitman: Absolution

Written by Paulo Proenca on Sat, Jan 26, 2013 5:37 PM
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Hello everyone and welcome to my Hitman: Absolution Benchmarks using one of NVIDIA's most famous laptop GPUs: GeForce GT 540M.

You may not have known because you had not yet joined our awesome website or simply because you didn't notice but GeForce GT 540M was one of the most common GPUs in GD, during 2011, and was in the Popular category for quite some time...

GeForce GT 540M is a middle-class GPU based on the 40nm Fermi architecture. It's based on the Fermi GF108 Core and offers 96 Shader Processing Units, 16 TMUs and 4 ROPs on a 128-bit memory interface of 1GB DDR3. The central clock runs at 672MHz and the memory clock operates at 900MHz.

I have made these benchmarks using the reference GeForce GT 540M as well as pushing its central unit to 800MHz and therefore putting its performance on level with GeForce GT 630M. The CPU the laptop has is the Core i7-2630QM 4-Core 2.0GHz and comes paired with 4GB of RAM.

GeForce GT 540M Stock & GeForce GT 540M OC

Here are two screenshots of GPU-Z showing the overall specifications of stock GeForce GT 540M and overclocked GeForce GT 540M:

 

Comment: As you can see I did not touch the operating memory clock because this GPU does not benefit from extra memory bandwidth and so raising its operating memory clock is useless.

GeForce GT 540M Vs Hitman: Absolution

 

Comment: The game is not playable at Ultra or High Settings and Using MSAA is deadly in a way the already low FPS are reduced to less than half. On Medium Settings the average FPS are close to 30 meaning the game is playable but the performance may hinder in certain circunstances. On Low and Very Low, we already have average FPS that go over 35 FPS meaning Hitman: Absolution should be played at Low or Very Low Settings using stock GeForce GT 540M. Just out of curiosity, I tried Very Low with a lower resolution (1024x768) but it's safe to say it's not worth it.

GeForce GT 540M OC Vs Hitman: Absolution

 

Comment: Pretty Much unplayable at Ultra with 8 MSAA but..whooa. Look at that! On Ultra, we get almost 20 FPS using GeForce GT 540M OC whereas we didn't even pass the 15 FPS line with the stock GeForce GT 540M! Impressive! On Medium Settings, we can already play with over 30 FPS but on Low and Very Low Settings, there's no real difference between the GeForce GT 540M OC and its stock version. Booh :(

 

Performance Boost: GeForce GT 540M  Vs GeForce GT 540M OC

 

Comment: This graph ilustrates the performance different between the stock GeForce GT 540M and its overclocked version. As you can see, on Ultra, High and Medium Settings, there's a considerable performance gain by overclocking GeForce GT 540M but as the game's detail is reduced, the performance difference is nullified.

Temperature: GeForce GT 540M Vs GeForce GT 540M OC

 

Comment: With overclocking usually comes extra heat and more power consumption. Fortunately, I would say my laptop has a good cooling system because the temperature increase with the overclocking was of only 3ºC and never passed the 80ºC threshold which is quite good for a laptop GPU!

 

Final Words: I would say, just like I did upon benchmarking GeForce GTX 660 Ti, that Hitman: Absolution is a Very Demanding Game but GeForce GT 540M was able to put up with it. As a Bonus, I leave you guys with a graph comparing GeForce GT 540M's performance to other GPUs while playing Hitman: Absolution in Medium Settings.

Do you think Hitman Absolution is Optimized?

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00:31 Jan-28-2013

This help me alot. I'm planning to buy new laptop, not for gaming but it's better if I can get the one with better MGPU.

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02:06 Jan-28-2013

Not for gaming, but with a good GPU?
Lenovo Y400?
CyberPower Xplorer X1M?
MSI GE60?
MSI CX61?
HP Envy Dv7T?
Asus K55VM?
iBuyPower Battalion 101 CZ-17?
Lenovo Y580?
Razer Blade?
Macbook Pro?
Maingear Pulse 11?
Origin EON 15-S?
Falcon Northwest TLX?
Many Options out there, mate.

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02:24 Jan-28-2013

MSi gives you a lot of bang for your buck, and their laptops are built very well.

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14:17 Jan-28-2013

Same with Lenovo, if you ask me. I love my Y580.

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16:20 Jan-28-2013

I agree , that MSIs are awesome laptops.
If you ain't looking for gaming laptop , I'd reccomend you to buy either HP, or Lenovo.
They are both awesome , each in its own way.
EG:
HP has awesome desktop replacements with big screens for low price;
Lenovo - wide range of multimedia laptops , that have good cpu/gpu benchmark ratio.
And yeah , msi-s are pretty cool too , but they're mainly famous for their low price&good quality when regarding gaming laptops.
But it's all up to you.
If you won't use it for gaming - get a small-screen (maybe 13" , or 14") with

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17:33 Jan-28-2013

If anything, go for Lenovo-top notch build quality.

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01:30 Jan-31-2013

The Lenovo Y400 is quite good very cheap for a laptop with i7 core. Thanks for the list, I'm going to look it up one by one.

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14:35 Jan-29-2013

i love the asus i have the one with the i7 very strong processor

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21:47 Jan-29-2013

You have a K55VM? It's a nice laptop.

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17:59 Jan-30-2013

yep its a 17'3 inch one

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04:17 Jan-31-2013

asus makes one of the simple yet goodlooking laptop designs, and it has good cooling too, i have on, a k43sd with only an i3, but the GPU is OC'd. cpu temps never go higher than 88C on full load, gpu temps at 81C respectively

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00:14 Jan-28-2013

If developers can make games run on old consoles with outdated hardware, they can optimize games for PC so that they can run on more computers.

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00:30 Jan-28-2013

It's not that easy. Consoles, while extremely outdated, are all the same. My Xbox 360 is the same as your Xbox 360 is the same as the next guy's Xbox 360.
On the other hand, there are millions of different combinations of PC hardware out there, which gets even more complicated when you factor in different operating systems. Is the guy running Hitman Absolution using Windows Vista with a Core Duo Intel, 4 GB RAM, and AMD GPU, or is he running Windows 7, an AMD CPU, 8 GB RAM, and a GeForce GPU?
It's a wonder devs can get games to run on PCs at all! :-)

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00:35 Jan-28-2013

How do you know that his Xbox is not decked out in Diamond???
If so then your Xbox is a lot worse than his :D

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00:50 Jan-28-2013

Mine was kissed by angels and Scarlett Johansson rubbed it on her boobs, so... mine's better.

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01:09 Jan-28-2013

Right =))
I that case .... :D

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14:21 Jan-28-2013

HAHAHAHA
That was DAMN hilarious.

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14:20 Jan-28-2013

Yeah, probably true. But some games have EPIC optimization for PC.

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15:59 Jan-28-2013

That's true, but it's a matter of how much effort (in other words: money) the publisher wants the developer to expend to optimize the PC code. If you have a publisher that really cares about PC gamers, it will encourage the developer to put the extra effort in to optimize the PC code. Otherwise, you end up with crappy ports like Hitman Absolution, Far Cry 3, Dark Souls, GTA4, etc. Last week EA publicly announced that Dead Space 3 will be a straight console port.
On the other hand, you have outstandingly optimized PC ports like Max Payne 3, Dishonored, and Borderlands 2. You just never know until the game launches.

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16:07 Jan-28-2013

Dishonored had awesome optimization, and same with Borderlands 2. Reaching 60FPS on Borderlands 2 ultra and 95FPS max out on Dishonored with 2x AA.

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16:11 Jan-28-2013

Dishonored even maxes out on my laptop. Although, to be honest, I don't think Dishonored is all that challenging to run. The art design of the game makes the textures look like water color, and the lighting is pretty average, so it's easy to run.

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22:09 Jan-27-2013

Umm im ussing same Gpu on Laptop but i got 60fps on ultra but i have oc to 900mhz. and temperatures for me max are 60* so i dont realy think that this is right

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22:10 Jan-27-2013

Oh C'mon..

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22:11 Jan-27-2013

Not even GTX 680M can achieve 60 FPS on ultra. You picked a bad spot to lie about your FPS :P

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23:08 Jan-27-2013

I have a GTX 680 SLI desktop set-up, and I can't even get a consistent 60 FPS with everything maxed at 1920x1200.
I smell bull sh!t.

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00:31 Jan-28-2013

Wait, with YOUR card and you cannot get 60FPS. Lol=))))))
And I thought passing the recommended system requirement means you can max everything out!

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00:40 Jan-28-2013

Theoretically, I should be able to get at least 60 with everything maxed out, but it all depends on the optimization of the game. Generally, I can kill just about anything out there, but Hitman Absolution has problems. I had some trouble with Far Cry 3, but its code is a load of sh!t. But I can get 100 FPS with Battlefield 3 with everything maxed, a solid 60 FPS in Metro 2033 with everything cranked to max, and 50-60 FPS with The Witcher 2 with everything maxed and ubersampling engaged.

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16:08 Jan-27-2013

TO ANYONE HAVING BSOD WITH GT540M!!!
I finally figured t out after 1 year,you just need to downclock it a little.Apparently optimus has been causing problems and no official fix has been released from nvidia yet.

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16:20 Jan-27-2013

Never heard of a BSOD with 540M. Optimus has been out since 2010 and does not cause any problems..unless you are talking about Hybrid SLI? I heard on some laptops the Intel HD 3000 sort of SLIs with the 540M but I never confirmed it..is it true?

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19:58 Jan-27-2013

Yes i do have Intel HD 3000! So this is actually the problem?I always got bsod ESPECIALLY (if not only) in dx9 games.I don't know if dx9 has anything to do with it or optimus for that matter but bsod has stopped ever since i downclocked the graphics clock to 550mhz and the memory clock to 850 mhz.

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19:59 Jan-27-2013

If there is any other way to bypass this plz tell me!

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21:27 Jan-27-2013

Have you made it so it's 540M you use when gaming?

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21:38 Jan-27-2013

I think NVIDIA's Optimus keeps you from doing this. I know with mobile AMD GPUs you can default to the accessory GPU in the BIOS, but I don't think you can with NVIDIAs. The integrated GPU works first, and if it's needed, the GeForce chip kicks in. This is how Optimus keeps your laptop's energy consumption under control.

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21:40 Jan-27-2013

No, you can set in NVIDIA Panel to never use Intel HD 3000 and always use 540M. That which you said was in 2011. After an update, it was possible to change it in the Panel.

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21:41 Jan-27-2013

Oh, that's interesting. Thanks for the heads-up.

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21:43 Jan-27-2013

Sure.
I remember when I bought my laptop, I contacted Toshiba because games were using Intel HD 3000 and I couldn't change that! Hopefully, a driver update was released that same day. Hilarious!

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21:43 Jan-27-2013

The thing is I have heard some members report something like Hybrid SLI in which both the HD 3000 and 540M work together, forcefully. I was wondering if that was his case but I can't tell by what he said :/

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21:44 Jan-27-2013

I mean, can you imagine SLIing a NVIDIA GPU with an Intel GPU? lol

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21:52 Jan-27-2013

I didn't know there was such a thing as "Hybrid" SLI...

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21:54 Jan-27-2013

Me Neither. I mean, I know Hybrid SLI exists but it's between NVIDIA motherboard GPUs and a dedicated NVIDIA GPU..otherwise..

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21:54 Jan-27-2013

Makes me sad because I can't help members with "that" :/

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23:09 Jan-27-2013

But how many members will really ask about something like that?

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03:33 Jan-28-2013

Pip, i don't get it how Nvidia Physx works, is it like an SLI with an Intel HD 3000 and the GeForce Chip..? games like Metro 2033 says it utilizes Nvidia Physx etc etc, i don't know how it works lol

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04:21 Jan-28-2013

I know I'm not Pip, but I can answer your question.
PhysX is a physics program/middleware (like Havok) that runs off of your GPU instead of your CPU. Physics calculations in games are generally handled by the CPU, but they are very "expensive" to process. PhysX does not take the place of physics programs like Havok, it simply adds extra effects (generally they're extra particle effects). PhysX is an NVIDIA technology, and if you use an NVIDIA GPU, the GPU will process these extra physics flourishes. If you are not using an NVIDIA card, and you try to engage PhysX effects, they will be handled by your CPU, and will cause the game to run extremely slowly (as anyone who played Borderlands 2 with an AMD GPU will tell you). Even if you are using a PhysX-capable NVIDIA GPU, the power of the GPU will determine how strong PhysX will work. The stronger the GPU, the better PhysX works.

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04:34 Jan-28-2013

There are very few games that use PhysX, and among those, some use it more effectively than others. In Batman: Arkham City PhysX is used to show trash and other debris blowing around the city, and when Catwoman fights in the bank vault, paper money blows around. It's also used for fog/steam that can be affected by someone walking through it.
PhysX in Borderlands 2 adds particle effects for explosions, detailed liquid blood effects, and other fluid physics effects (for example, when a bad guy is melted with acid the melted pool of gunk left over will slide down hill).
In Mafia II, it makes clothing (especially long trench coats) react realistically on the character when he runs.
In Mirror's Edge, PhysX is used to simulate realistic movement of fabric banners.
It's only subtly used in Metro 2033.
PhysX is simply a complement to the main physics engine.

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07:11 Jan-28-2013

HEY this is about me now!!!! I always run games with the nvidia gpu.Once I even tried deleting the intel drivers but i had to reinstall them in safe mode as the screen turned black as soon as i did xD.Btw in mirror's edge I had to turn off physx as it was killing my fps every time some shoot at me.

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12:18 Jan-28-2013

Well Intel HD 3000 is the primary display so you can't disable it :P It's what Windows uses!

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12:15 Jan-28-2013

anyway, is there a way other than downclokcing that can help me fix this?

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12:18 Jan-28-2013

I still don't know what is your problem..

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12:29 Jan-28-2013

Can't I talk about it somewhere else? I am new here so I don't know if i can start a thread or something similar.

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Come to the GD chat!

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I get automatically redirected to the homepage :/ Sorry for making suck a fuss btw

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Uh :/
Your rank is not high enough :(

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12:46 Jan-28-2013

Oh !

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12:46 Jan-28-2013

Hey Im in steam!

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12:48 Jan-28-2013

Add Pip on steam then :)

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12:49 Jan-28-2013

Done
Im -rainman-

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12:50 Jan-28-2013

Good :) Now Pip can help you :) Enjoy!

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13:13 Jan-28-2013

hey Uhm, is Pip gonna accept my invitation or what?

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Ask Pip on GD!

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According to the Steam app on my phone, Pip was last on Steam 3 hours ago, so he is around.

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Thanks for reminding me, I gotta get that app for my new phone ;)

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New Phone ? Congrats!

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Cheers :D
New life, new gadgets ;)

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15:47 Jan-27-2013

Wondering how long I can play games on at least low.

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15:50 Jan-27-2013

1 year 76 days 14 hours 31 seconds

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16:06 Jan-27-2013

Damn I'm losing precious seconds. I'll go play.

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16:31 Jan-27-2013

I wonder what will happen at 1 year 76 days 14 hours 32 seconds later :-??. Maybe you will break your own laptop perhaps ...

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17:28 Jan-27-2013

Well I do fall asleep using it often. Let's hope it doesn't break like my phone.

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17:42 Jan-27-2013

If U feel to break Ur Lap, Pls pass it to me, I will take care of it ..

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16:25 Jan-27-2013

Ahahahaaa :D

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15:39 Jan-27-2013

i have no problems on running hitman absolution on my GPU,
which is a geforce 610m or a rebranded gt520mx, i can run it on ultra with mo msaa for 35-40 fps, but drops to 20-24 at times, mine is OC'd, but before i oc'd it , i can run it fine, but i know GT540m is better than my gpu, am i right..?

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16:15 Jan-27-2013

If you don't want to see big number, then the 540M is 33% faster :D
If you want to see big number then there you go: the 610M is 58% slower.
Sorry :((

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17:41 Jan-27-2013

Cool :D

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Pictures or it never Happened :P

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16:50 Jan-27-2013

how do i upload pictures pip?

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17:45 Jan-27-2013

I was talking about the Hitman FPS. Use the benchmark tool on Ultra and take a screenshot of what it reports :D

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18:32 Jan-27-2013

ohh wait a sec :D

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18:51 Jan-30-2013

in the msi pic did you speed up your memory and core clock by 990 mhz? or is the current speed 990?

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04:26 Jan-31-2013

yes :D both at 990, and that's the highest clock i can get, the limit is at 999, try getting it up and it'll automatically throttle down to 999. i dont know why MSI allows it to clock at 1100+ but it will throttle down automatically :D so i just pu it at 990

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14:49 Jan-27-2013

please help i have AMD dual gfx 6520g and 7670m 1 gig any1 know how to turn the 6520 off? and can i oc my 7670?

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00:17 Jan-28-2013

You can OC your 7670M with Afterburner-but don't OC it too much. Unfortunately, there is no way to turn the 6250G off. When you are running games, right click the application, select "Run with Graphics Processor," then click AMD Radeon HD 7670M.

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12:51 Jan-27-2013

please help i have AMD dual gfx 6520g and 7670m 1 gig any1 know how to turn the 6520 off? and can i oc my 7670?

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12:03 Jan-27-2013

You're the 'graph man'; nice work! :)

Knowing a core clock increase, increases the pixel rate, I expected better FPS with 8x MSAA.....Does the game have AF graphic options too (better texel rate too)? ;)

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12:11 Jan-27-2013

Thanks :D
AF options?

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12:21 Jan-27-2013

Oh, I mean anisotropic filtering :)
Maybe manually enabled...

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13:19 Jan-27-2013

Oh! Yes, it's part of the preset. Ultra includes 16 AF, High 8, etc :D

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20:16 Jan-27-2013

Ok! Yes, ultra includes AF at times, but I didn't know it was the case here and it's important to know since we're talking about a core (over)clock ;)

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10:42 Jan-27-2013

It is not so optimized. I get frame drops from 50+ to 20 ish for no obvious reason.

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09:28 Jan-27-2013

I'm the 40th to click NO! :))

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09:34 Jan-27-2013

Coincidence? :P

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09:42 Jan-27-2013

Awww it extended :3

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15:51 Jan-27-2013

That's what she said.

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11:57 Jan-27-2013

Well I am the first person to click YES :D =))

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07:22 Jan-27-2013

Hell no! Its not good optimized.

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07:11 Jan-27-2013

GT 540M is still the best mid range laptop gpu :)

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11:56 Jan-27-2013

its now renamed to the 630m so im happy you think that way :D

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11:58 Jan-27-2013

Wonder will they every rename it to 810 =)))))

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12:01 Jan-27-2013

hahaha and yours wil be the 430m

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12:10 Jan-27-2013

630M was initially released as a renamed 540M but then it was modified and added Turbo Boost which got it to 800MHz while gaming :D

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13:19 Jan-27-2013

so the 630m is a bit better then the 540m?

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13:49 Jan-27-2013

Shh, don't tell anyone.

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09:10 Jan-28-2013

no i think they both r same

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04:45 Jan-27-2013

THE 540 LIVES! I love this article Pip! Thanks!
WOOOOOT

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03:34 Jan-27-2013

I play on 1080 with high settings and got 25 fps and gd is giving me 5 stars :-(

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04:02 Jan-27-2013

Laptops are at a disadvantage when it comes to gaming. While your laptop is pretty good, games with very demanding effects usually don't run as well. Mobile CPUs and GPUs are generally underpowered due to stricter power requirements of laptops, as well as the need to keep heat output lower because of how cramped a laptop's architecture is.

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11:08 Jan-27-2013

Well AMD GPUs have a very big advantage on this game...

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11:38 Jan-27-2013

why does amd have a advantage ?

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11:46 Jan-27-2013

It's optimized for AMD GPUs just like some games are optimized for NVIDIA GPUs. If you take a look at the last image, 7970M beats GTX 680M, 7870 beats 660 Ti while they are weaker than those NVIDIA GPUs.

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11:59 Jan-27-2013

they should have optimized the game for Intel GPU

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20:28 Jan-26-2013

medium settings arent terrible for playable but sad it cant go higher. the cards only a year old should be better. never played this game though so not sure how well it runs.

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23:05 Jan-26-2013

Medium does look nice here. Even Very Low does :D
Some games like Dead Island are playable at MAX settings on 540M, 525M, etc. That's what I call optimization ;)

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23:35 Jan-26-2013

I played Dead Island on a laptop with an i7-3610QM and a GT 650M with DDR3 RAM, and I could max it out at 1920x1080, and get a solid 50 FPS. Dead Island is very well optimized.

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20:21 Jan-26-2013

nice thanks for the info

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20:13 Jan-26-2013

and of course, use laptop GPU Overclock with moderation

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19:05 Jan-26-2013

I always thought 640m was the famous GPU, I see it everywhere

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11:45 Jan-27-2013

ive seen the 610m the 630m and the 650m more then the other one

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15:44 Jan-27-2013

i love my 610m lol, but i should have bought the 640m, i'm squeezing every bit of power to this puny little GPU, OC'd it from 800mhz stock to 990mhz max. :D
from bandwith of 12.80gb/s , to 15.98gb.s , lol :D temps at 80 degrees celsius no higher than that :D

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18:46 Jan-26-2013

i beileve it is, when it comes to AMD...

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Can They Run... |

| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Core i7-4770K 4-Core 3.5GHz GeForce GTX 980 4GB 32GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 7 5800H 8-Core 3.2GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 16GB
| 30FPS, Medium, 1080p
Xeon E3-1230 GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Gigabyte G1 Gaming 4GB 16GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 30FPS, Low, 1080p
Core i5-3470 3.2GHz GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Gigabyte G1 Gaming 4GB 12GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 60FPS, Medium, 720p
Core i3-10100E 4-Core 3.20GHz GeForce GTX 750 Ti Asus OC 2GB Edition 16GB
Ryzen 5 3500X 6-Core 3.6GHz GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB 16GB
| 30FPS, Ultra, 1440p
Ryzen 5 3500X 6-Core 3.6GHz GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB 16GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 60FPS, Medium, 1440p
Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core 3.6GHz GeForce RTX 2060 Asus Dual OC 6GB 16GB
100% Yes [4 votes]
| High, 1080p
Core i5-10400 6-Core 2.90GHz GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB 16GB
100% Yes [3 votes]
| 30FPS, Medium, 1080p
Athlon II X2 245 GeForce GTS 250 4GB
| 60FPS, Ultra, 1080p
Ryzen 7 2700X Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB 16GB
| 60FPS, High, 1440p
Core i7-10700K 8-Core 3.8GHz GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB 16GB
100% Yes [2 votes]
Phenom II X6 1100T GeForce GTX 1050 EVGA Gaming 2GB 8GB
| 30FPS, Low, 1080p
Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core 3.7GHz Radeon RX Vega 8 16GB
100% Yes [2 votes]
| 30FPS, Medium, 1080p
Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core 3.7GHz Radeon RX Vega 8 16GB
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 7 5800H 8-Core 3.2GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 16GB
| 30FPS, Low, 1080p
Core i5-8400 6-Core 2.8GHz GeForce GTX 1050 8GB
100% Yes [2 votes]
Core i5-4460 3.2GHz GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Gigabyte OC 4GB 16GB
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 7 5800H 8-Core 3.2GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 16GB
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 7 5800H 8-Core 3.2GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 16GB