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NikoTehGreatest
02-10-2015, 01:05 PM
Hello, I'm new to the forums and I need help ! My pc specs are:

Intel Core i5 4460
nVIDIA GTX 750
8 GB RAM

So, can someone tell me on which setting can I play ACU: Low,medium, high or ultra ?

strigoi1958
02-10-2015, 01:42 PM
your cpu is ok but your gpu is weak.. it may be possible to play using the gtx 750 but it is not about low medium or high... it would be about ... lowering your resolution to 900p or 720p and turning off all settings like AA physx and bloom and expecting it to run at a modest fps perhaps 22 to 30... I'm not sure but that is because your card is below the minimum requirement needed to play.

I would google Assassins creed unity gtx 750 and see if there is a video on youtube

metalfenix_666
02-10-2015, 08:56 PM
You have the GTX 750 or the GTX 750 Ti? If you have the GTX 750, I'd stick to low setting and low resolutions like Strigoi said. If you have a GTX 750 Ti...well, that's the card I'm using and I'm actually quite surprised by it's performance, I can get 30 FPS on higly populated areas and 40 FPS on not so populated areas. (Having bloom off, AO Off, FXAA, low shadows, textures and environment on high. Res: 1600x900)

NikoTehGreatest
02-10-2015, 11:58 PM
The thing is, I have 2 gb VRAM in my GPU (if that means something),also I can run watch dogs and far cry 4 on high without much problem. So is it possible to run at least on medium with stable 30 fps (or higher) without dramatic FPS drops?

Fatal-Feit
02-11-2015, 10:34 AM
720p, med settings, and FXAA should do the trick for 30fps.

ScoJoh
02-12-2015, 08:37 PM
Hey... I know this isn't my thread but I have a settings question as well, and figured it would be better than starting a whole new thread on the same thing!

I have a i5 2500k, and just upgraded to a GTX 960 SuperSC, and 8GB of ram.

Any recomendations on settings? The Nvidia experience sets EVERYTHING to low... which doesn't make sense to me, because those are the same settings I was using with my GTX 560 that I replaced it with. Doesn't seem right to me. Also resolution is 1920 x 1080. I don't mind dropping res if need be, but I would like to experience something better than Low!

Lignjoslav
02-12-2015, 09:00 PM
1920x1080, FXAA for anti aliasing, textures on high and everything else most likely maxed out (if you happen to need a few extra fps, maybe lower shadows from soft to high, but I don't think it should be necessary).

ScoJoh
02-13-2015, 02:19 PM
Thank you sir! Gave those settings a Go last night and my FPS on the ground in a crowd is between 35 to 45 FPS at any given time. Climb up onto a roof and it's between 50 and 60.

I'm thinking of doing a vid for youtube to show the GTX 960 performance with an "older" PC with that as the only upgrade!