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How good is my Gaming PC

I recently bought this PC and I havent used it yet. So here are the Specs

Motherboard
1 x Gigabyte GA-970A-D3 Motherboard
AM3+, HT 5200, 970, SB950, 4xDDR3-2000, 2xPCI-Ex16 v2.0, 6xSATA-III, RAID, 1xGigLAN, 8Chl-HD, USB3.0, ATX

CPUs | Processor
1 x AMD FX-6300 6-Core CPU (3.50GHz - 4.10GHz Turbo) - AM3+, 6MB L2 & 8MB L3 Cache, 32nm, 95W

Memory - RAM
1 x 16GB (2 x 8GB) PC3-10600 1333MHz DDR3 RAM

Hard Drives - Internal
1 x 1000GB 7200rpm Serial ATA-III-6Gb/s HDD

Video Card
1 x ASUS GeForce GTX650 - 1GB GDDR5 - (1058MHz, 5000MHz)
128-bit, VGA, 2xDVI, HDMI, PCI-Ex16 v3.0, Fansink - DirectCU Edition

Operating System:
Windows 7 64-bit

Could you give examples telling me what my FPS would be like on specific games? I am hoping to be playing recently released games on high graphics such as crysis 3. Thanks in advance.
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  1. Best answer
    At 1920x1080, you'd probably get 20 FPS or less in Crysis 3 at High settings. The GTX 650 is a budget card, and not a good one for the price.

    For gaming, less RAM and a faster graphics card would have been better.
  2. Sakkura said:
    At 1920x1080, you'd probably get 20 FPS or less in Crysis 3 at High settings. The GTX 650 is a budget card, and not a good one for the price.

    For gaming, less RAM and a faster graphics card would have been better.


    Yeah I thought if anything the graphics card would be the problem. Can you recommend a good graphics card that will run games like crysis 3 with smooth FPS, and as cheap as possible?
  3. A 7870 is what I'd aim for.
  4. Ok thanks for the help
  5. If you drop the RAM to 8gb and get this board instead: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130679 you may be able to afford the 7870 or 760. I would go with the latter, if you can afford it, of course.
  6. sophiebeth100 said:
    If you drop the RAM to 8gb and get this board instead: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130637&Tpk=msi%20970a-g46&IsVirtualParent=1 you may be able to afford the 7870 or 760. I would go with the latter, if you can afford it, of course.


    Don't wanna bust it here, but he already bought the PC xD
  7. Budge414 said:
    sophiebeth100 said:
    If you drop the RAM to 8gb and get this board instead: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130637&Tpk=msi%20970a-g46&IsVirtualParent=1 you may be able to afford the 7870 or 760. I would go with the latter, if you can afford it, of course.


    Don't wanna bust it here, but he already bought the PC xD


    Just noticed, dammit ^.^
  8. Yeah i should have been smarter and checked BEFORE buying it....
  9. The CPU is okay. It's not awesome, but it doesn't really need to be to keep up with a faster graphics card (such as the 7870 Budge suggested).
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