Can this pc run skyrim on high?

Looking for a pre-built pc for Skyrim and general gaming.
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  1. Your link won't work being in the title.

    What Graphics card does it have?
  2. AMD R7-250 Graphics
    With 2GB graphics memory

    AMD Six-Core FX-6300 Vishera processor
    3.50GHz (with a max turbo speed of 4.1GHz), 8MB L3 Cache

    8GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory

    1TB SATA hard drive
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  4. ^^ +1 It should be able to run Skyrim on High. But, it seems too overpriced to me. You should consider building your own PC :D. Also, I think you would get more frames per second than in this video: because the processor in that video might be holding the gpu back a little bit, or as we call it: causing a bottleneck. In fact with your PC, you would be able to get 80 FPS on Normal at 1080p! Anywayz Hope I helped! Best of luck. ALSO, PLEASE DO A GOOGLE SEARCH NEXT TIME, BECAUSE ANSWERS ARE EASILY FOUND, AND IT IS MUCH QUICKER THAN WAITING FOR A REPLY ON THESE FORUMS. And we don't want our forums to be polluted with questions that have already been answered like this one.

  5. Thanks for all the answers guys. I ended up going with this one:

    Cost a bit more but should also be more future proof and the comments say it is cheaper than it would be to build.
    Should I leave the pc on all the time or turn it off at nights? I have a laptop and I leave it on 99.99% of the time, but I don't game on it.
  6. Hey,
    Just thought I'd mention some extra precautions. Your Mobo is one of these (16mb supported)

    If you compare them to this chart
    you will see that many of the possible mobos might have trouble with that CPU. The PSU is something to factor in aswell; if you start having troubles, it's likely one of the two.

    They seem to shove the worst mobos and PSU in prebuilts, which is one reason why I try to never recommend them. This isn't to say however, that your computer won't work fine, it seems to have "ok" reviews. Enjoy gaming :)

    I would shut off the computer always. Reduces your powerbill and may even make your parts last longer (from less usage) . That's just imo though.
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