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Will Final Fantasy X work with this specs?
#31
Nobbs with an APU he doesn't need to buy a new gpu though. All the new AMD APUs have a R7 on board, which are budget, but still decent.
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#32
I personally would go with a Vishera chip and a dGPU if you are going AMD. The APUs are based on the same tech and the CPU side is held back somewhat by the GPU side.

Can still get an FX6300 for around 99 dollars (74 Euros). Of course, that's assuming they don't cost more "over there" which they probably do, especially if VAT is applied.
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#33
Not with the new A10-7800 as an example Blyss, they're a new core which AMD just released 2 days ago. And the VAT in Europe is always included, nobody here needs to pay it seperately like you folks in the States. Nevertheless an APU might be a cheaper way to get as an upgrade. Since he doesn't need to buy a faster GPU and the R7 in the APU is way faster then that 5450.
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#34
^ The A10-7800 is pretty costly though, around 170 USD.

And you realize we don't pay tax "separately" either? It's included in the receipt. It's done the same way as VAT: (order total * taxRate) + order total.

And U.S. sales tax varies by state, but it's never anywhere near the 20% VAT. For instance, sales tax where I live is 8.5%
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#35
Tax rate here is 7.35%

Honestly if this were for pure emulation the op could get a new unlocked Pentium and pair it with something like a 750
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Soooo i made a backup of my FFX,and with default settings the games runs at 15-20 fps in big areas,or with more models. Instead,it goes full speed on the FMV's,and in areas like the Baaj temple corridor,probably because it's pretty empty Laugh (i lowered the resolution to 512x512 by the way),but battles are still slow obviously
THIS is where it goes full speed,it's not a screenshot from my game,because i've gone further in that area,sorry
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I presume the FPS will drop to 1-2 if i dare to step in Calm Lands Laugh

(08-02-2014, 06:21 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Can still get an FX6300 for around 99 dollars (74 Euros). Of course, that's assuming they don't cost more "over there" which they probably do, especially if VAT is applied.
I searched,the price is around 85€ (116$),and it's pretty good,but if i change the CPU,i still need to buy another GPU,which costs not less than 90€(120$) i suppose. Instead,an APU would be great for both performance,price and energy cost,i mean,all the games can run properly on one of those,and since i need it only for PS2 games,it's worth the price,right?
I'd still need to change the motherboard though

(08-02-2014, 07:20 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: And U.S. sales tax varies by state, but it's never anywhere near the 20% VAT. For instance, sales tax where I live is 8.5%
22% in Italy,sir Biggrin
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#37
@ Blyss my friend who lives in Washington state pays if not mistaken 20 or 21% VAT on steam. It's 21% (Non-food) and it's 6% for Food here Zack Smile it was 19%, but it got raised about 2 to 4 yrs ago.

And I put the A10-7800 as an example, there are slower ones which are cheaper Smile Search for the Hexus link in this post about the 3 new APUs from AMD.
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(08-02-2014, 07:34 PM)StriFe79 Wrote: @ Blyss my friend who lives in Washington state pays if not mistaken 20 or 21% VAT on steam. It's 21% (Non-food) and it's 6% for Food here Zack Smile it was 19%, but it got raised about 2 to 4 yrs ago.

And I put the A10-7800 as an example, there are slower ones which are cheaper Smile Search for the Hexus link in this post about the 3 new APUs from AMD.

Well it's not called VAT here first of all.

And the highest tax rate in the US is 12%(http://www.salestaxinstitute.com/resources/rates & http://taxfoundation.org/article/state-a...rates-2014 ), I just looked it up. But if you wanna talk about that more, we should discuss it elsewhere as this is heavily off topic.
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(08-02-2014, 07:34 PM)StriFe79 Wrote: And I put the A10-7800 as an example, there are slower ones which are cheaper Smile Search for the Hexus link in this post about the 3 new APUs from AMD.
I love the Kaveri ones,because aren't too priced,and are energy friendly,except for the fact that I CAN'T FIND ONE ;_; The price should be around 90€~,by the way,when will they be available?

(08-02-2014, 07:34 PM)StriFe79 Wrote: @ Blyss my friend who lives in Washington state pays if not mistaken 20 or 21% VAT on steam. It's 21% (Non-food) and it's 6% for Food here Zack Smile it was 19%, but it got raised about 2 to 4 yrs ago.
Mine was 19% in the 1988 LOL,then it got stable 20% until 2011,which went 21%,and then 22% a year ago
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