Sorry, but I'm already tired to seeing benchmark results, screenshots, etc. with ultra low graphics or/and with an fx cpu paired with some high end nvidia gpu (or with two high end nvidia gpus in sli sometimes...). This is NOT how an fx8350 works with a 290 in real gaming. Yes, I didn't buy this rig to play below medium quality in current games at 1080p. Two graphs from gta5 at 1080p, first with very high setting (mostly) + 4xmsaa, second at high setting, no msaa. http://postimg.org/image/dq5b8cnd5/ http://postimg.org/image/7b6abognd/ You may say in average fps it'not bad, however when you check the graphs you will see (hopefully...) it is, especially considering there should be massive difference between the two setting, however they're very similar , except at the end of the second graph, but that just happened because I was on a hill or some sh*t. In other words, It doesn't really matter if I downgrade the graphics, since my cpu will be too slow either way. Also I made a vid under win8.1 with asder's modded driver with this "very high setting" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DINmV8j8cbw By the way, I was at 4.6 Ghz, now I'm at 4.4 Ghz (both in the vid and graph), so it's even worse now. Also, maybe I can record a few minutes with high setting-no msaa later, however you will see similar performance. The only big difference would be at grassy areas, since 4xmsaa+high grass is too much for my gpu. Furthermore I don't know if VCE even works under these drivers, because I didn't test it yet, and it's simply impossible to record with a program which stresses my cpu instead of my gpu (or you will see much less fps...).