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Will my laptop run ultra settings on Skyrim?

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June 25, 2014 10:43:30 AM

I realize this question probably gets asked a lot, but I'd kinda like to know what settings I could run Skyrim on before I buy the game. I already have it on console, but I'm trying to jump into PC gaming lately, so any answers are appreciated!

Specs:

Processor: Intel Core i7-4700MQ
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT755M
RAM: 8 gb

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June 25, 2014 10:48:26 AM

Yes, it will. I have a computer with a Core 2 Duo CPU and an R7 260x. It runs Ultra, with antialiasing on, 100% smoothly.
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June 25, 2014 10:50:33 AM

Sweet! Thank you! I guess I'll just have to buy it now!
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June 25, 2014 11:03:24 AM

TechCIDLC said:
Yes, it will. I have a computer with a Core 2 Duo CPU and an R7 260x. It runs Ultra, with antialiasing on, 100% smoothly.


Your R7 260X is much stronger than the GT 755M.
The GT 755M is more comparable to an R7 250 or GT 740.

No, it won't run ultra at playable (30+) framerates.
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June 25, 2014 12:06:35 PM

Rationale said:


Your R7 260X is much stronger than the GT 755M.
The GT 755M is more comparable to an R7 250 or GT 740.

No, it won't run ultra at playable (30+) framerates.


I should have mentioned this in the original post, but my laptop has the option to replace the optical drive with a second 755M, so I will be doing that in the relatively near future. So it should theoretically still be good enough.
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June 25, 2014 12:52:56 PM

Well, imo, it will run Skyrim at 30+ fps on Ultra with 8x AA. Probably capped 60fps indoors. But not on 1080p. On 720p, yes. I have a Radeon HD 8850m + I5 4200u and 8gb ram, and I run at max settings 30+ fps outside, and 60fps capped indoors at 1366x768 resolution. So yours should be about the same.
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June 25, 2014 12:54:36 PM

Rationale said:
TechCIDLC said:
Yes, it will. I have a computer with a Core 2 Duo CPU and an R7 260x. It runs Ultra, with antialiasing on, 100% smoothly.


Your R7 260X is much stronger than the GT 755M.
The GT 755M is more comparable to an R7 250 or GT 740.

No, it won't run ultra at playable (30+) framerates.

The processor will make up for it, trust me.

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June 25, 2014 1:03:53 PM

TechCIDLC said:
Rationale said:
TechCIDLC said:
Yes, it will. I have a computer with a Core 2 Duo CPU and an R7 260x. It runs Ultra, with antialiasing on, 100% smoothly.


Your R7 260X is much stronger than the GT 755M.
The GT 755M is more comparable to an R7 250 or GT 740.

No, it won't run ultra at playable (30+) framerates.

The processor will make up for it, trust me.



You don't know how PCs work if you think that. They don't run the same tasks. Stop spreading misinformation.
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