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I'm planning to buy this card this week.

Can this card play all the games at max settings with 1366 x 768 resolution?

Please don't tell me to buy other cards.

As much as possible I want an answer based on experience.
 
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honestly, your comment is some what mess leading, as i have a 5770 on a 1080 screen and most games run above 30 havn't played metro 2033, but have played crysis at 720p and it reaches about 35 to 40 at very high. bf3 i push around 30 to 40 outside on high, but thats at 1080.

Core 2 duo e6600 @ 3.0 Ghz, 6 Gb drr2 6400,diamond hd 5770, rocketfish 750w psu, xps420 case, x38 mobo
Depends on the game and what your expectations are. See following link for benchmarks. 1366x768 is not tested, but since that resolution is halfway between 1024x768 and 1280x1024, simply add the frame rates for those two resolutions and divide by 2 to get a rough estimate.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/HD_6670/5.html

If you want at least 30 frames per second for any current games, then no. You will need a much more powerful video card for that. Look that the benchmarks for Metro 2033. The upcoming Battlefield 3 is expected to surpass Metro 2033 in terms of system requirements, so expect less performance in BF3.

Also note that those benchmarks are based on a test rig with an Intel i7-920 @ 3.8GHz. That will have an impact on frame rates especially at lower resolutions. I suppose 1366x768 is considered low, but in most cases when benchmarking CPU performance in games 800x600 or 1024x768 resolutions are used.
 

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honestly, your comment is some what mess leading, as i have a 5770 on a 1080 screen and most games run above 30 havn't played metro 2033, but have played crysis at 720p and it reaches about 35 to 40 at very high. bf3 i push around 30 to 40 outside on high, but thats at 1080.

Core 2 duo e6600 @ 3.0 Ghz, 6 Gb drr2 6400,diamond hd 5770, rocketfish 750w psu, xps420 case, x38 mobo
 
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Thanks
 
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