1TrollLtd, on 12 March 2013 - 10:37 PM, said:
The card can run SEUS.
Not sure about recording with SEUS, but maybe.
The x512 could probably be run.
on vanilla, far/fancy will get you greater than 100 fps at the least, tiny/fast will give you unrealistic fps like maybe 2000 or 3000 (if looking up and in the sky all the way.)
Thanks this looks hopeful but it seems other people have other ideas
SeaWry, on 12 March 2013 - 11:11 PM, said:
Here is some examples of parts needed based on my OWN machine for what you need; you need at most a i5 "IVB at most", 8GB of ram standard DDR3, at most 2 good HDDs "one for OS, one for recording to" and a good z77 chip-set motherboard for using Quick Sync.
To be brief and very simple here you cannot do what you want on a low end prebuilt like that. You are much better off to build your own system as a prebuilt for what you want will cost in the thousands while a custom built to do the same maybe less then £1300 with VAT.
Well my budget is only £756 and I need a monitor aswell
aceattwister, on 13 March 2013 - 03:35 AM, said:
for that pc its stupid, it comes with a A10 APU (which is a cpu and GPu in one) so adding a 2nd GPU is wastefull.
build this instead
I am not keen on building it myself as I don't want to break anything or build it and then have it not work
Draconbane, on 13 March 2013 - 06:48 AM, said:
What is really good I've found is a GTX 670 @ about 1000+ghz and having at least 12gb of ram dedicated to minecraft. I've been getting over 50 fps (multiplayer) with SEUS+512x texture packs while recording as well as all settings on optifine turned to max. Be warned using multi-core rendering will cause chunk glitching. (70fps when not recording)
BTW your pc will not be capable of powering any high level GPUs and the APU will not have strong enough single threading performance for the settings you want to run Minecraft at.
I think 12gb of RAM is loads over the top as if you add too much, it can actually lower your fps. Wouldn't it be powered fine as long as it is a 450W power supply?