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can i run upcoming games at 1080p@60fps or higher ??

hello guys
I am from India,this is my current specs

core i3 2120 3.30 ghz
MSI gtx 760 2 gb twinfrozr OC
8 gb 1333 mhz ddr 3 ram
toshiba 1 tb HDD
DELL S2240L monitor
antec vp550 v2 PSU
6 cabinet fan
windows 10
this is my new upcoming specs

ryzen 5 1600
asus prime B350 plus am4 motherboard
zotac gtx 1060 6gb amp edition
corsair vengeance 16 gb ddr4 8x2 ram
rest are same as above mentioned
so can I cross 60 fps and more on highest settings ?
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  1. Yes in the majority of games you new system should be able to easily achieve 60fps 1080p max settings or close to it. I have a 7700k and 1060 6GB that I use for 1440p gaming and even at that resolution I can quite easily hit at least 60fps in the games I play by tweaking the settings a bit.

    If you want me to be more specific post the games you plan on playing.
  2. Dunlop0078 said:
    Yes in the majority of games you new system should be able to easily achieve 60fps 1080p max settings or close to it. I have a 7700k and 1060 6GB that I use for 1440p gaming and even at that resolution I can quite easily hit at least 60fps in the games I play by tweaking the settings a bit.

    If you want me to be more specific post the games you plan on playing.


    ok these games I want to run at max
    ghost recon wildlands, sniper ghost warrior 3, mass effect andromeda, middle earth shadow of war, assassin's creed origins, the evil within 2, call of duty WW2, far cry 5 and like that
  3. Sixty fps at 1080P might be a bit of a 'optimistic stretch' for a GTX760, as a 5 year old mid-range GPU only contends with new games for so long.....; although it might play newer games, I'd expect to have to lower texture/quality somewhat to keep framerates high....
  4. mdd1963 said:
    Sixty fps at 1080P might be a bit of a 'optimistic stretch' for a GTX760, as a 5 year old mid-range GPU only contends with new games for so long.....; although it might play newer games, I'd expect to have to lower texture/quality somewhat to keep framerates high....


    bro read clearly I mentioned my new specs below and that is what I am asking can I run those games at 60 fps 1080p ?
  5. You should be able to (if your willing to play at medium/high settings) on your current pc, the new one probably won't have any issues.
  6. The R5-1600 and GTX1060 are a quite-capable twosome.......
  7. salilskp said:
    mdd1963 said:
    Sixty fps at 1080P might be a bit of a 'optimistic stretch' for a GTX760, as a 5 year old mid-range GPU only contends with new games for so long.....; although it might play newer games, I'd expect to have to lower texture/quality somewhat to keep framerates high....


    bro read clearly I mentioned my new specs below and that is what I am asking can I run those games at 60 fps 1080p ?


    My mistake, wasting time reading what you have, versus what you intended to buy...
  8. guys I have a big doubt can anyone tell me if my new motherboard asus prime b350 plus support this ram ? I already bought 2 of these

    Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR4 LPX 2400MHz C16 RAM Kit for X99 Chipset (CMK8GX4M1A2400C16R)

    I really don't know any there is something called ram compatibility with motherboard
    please tell me those will work smoothly
  9. Best answer
    Yeah you'll be fine with vengeance lpx on that board.

    Regarding your games list , you'll do fine with the 1060 & ryzen 1600 with the exception of ghost recon wild lands.

    You'll honestly be running that at medium to get a stable 60fps , that game is a soab to run & is very very heavy on GPU at higher settings
    You can't max it with a 1070 let alone a 1060 (even at 1080p)
  10. thank you
  11. I'm looking now & on older BIOS versions on that board there were actually compatibility issues with the ram.

    Hoping the board you get has an updated bios which they do run on.

    However there is still a risk there , if you haven't bought the board yet I would maybe consider changing to a different one.
  12. madmatt30 said:
    I'm looking now & on older BIOS versions on that board there were actually compatibility issues with the ram.

    Hoping the board you get has an updated bios which they do run on.

    However there is still a risk there , if you haven't bought the board yet I would maybe consider changing to a different one.


    omg I already bought one ram and board is on the way . Ok I will try to do something but is this mobo supports that ram GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3 ?
  13. CORSAIR
    CMK32GX4M4A2400C16R(Ver3.31)
    32GB(4*8GB)

    this is what written on the asus mobo's QVL. As I think it says it can support 32 gb ram = 4 x 8gb ram and the model no is no different and this is my ram CMK8GX4M1A2400C16R. I noticed everything same except in 32 gb there is "4A" and in my single 8gb its "1A" . i think that that shows the no. of ram stick used so for 32 gb 4A and 8gb 1A. everything except those are same. any ideas ?
  14. You are absolutely right,in theory its on the qvl list.
    Just searching there were people had issues booting on early bios revisions
  15. lets hope it works practically
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