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Can i run skyrim on max

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November 3, 2011 12:30:42 AM

my pc

Processor:
AMD Phenom II 960t 3.0GHz) - AM3
Memory:
16G(4x4G) kingmax GDDR3 1333MHz
Motherboard:
ASUS M5A97
Graphics Card::
(crossfireX X2) powercolor ati radeon 6950 1gbDDR5
Soundcard:
Realtek ALC892 High Definition Audio
Monitor Size:
19" 1440x900



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November 3, 2011 1:39:16 AM

3ghz

2 6950s?

that res?

sure
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November 17, 2011 6:59:16 PM

I run at 1080p with everything set to high, an average 45+ FPS I don't see why you couldn't get ALOT better then me, considering I'm running an HD4890 1GB :p .
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November 17, 2011 7:34:15 PM

I've got a 5870 2GB card, 8GB of system RAM, a Phenom II 3.2Ghz 6-core cpu, and a regular 7200 RPM Western Digital HDD, and I can run it literally maxed out (with the exception of the anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering settings being off, 'cause of the current problems with those. I have yet to try setting them up high in Catalyst Control Center.) I haven't actually CLOCKED my fps with anything, but it's gotta be at least 40, if not higher. I barely notice any occasional kinks in the framerate, and even when those occur the framerate still always levels back out within a second at a VERY smooth number, whatever it is.

And just for the record, I can also run BF3 on a blend of high and ultra settings, and it runs quite smoothly for me as well, even in huge multiplayer matches while I'm surrounded by explosions and air support.

So, to anyone trying to figure out how good of a system they need, mine cost $1000 a year-and-a-half ago (so probably about $6-700 now, maybe), and I can STILL run these newer games, perfectly fine, not on crappily low settings. So, yes, if you've got even a SINGLE 6000-series Radeon card, and it's got more than 512MB of VRAM, I'd imagine you should be able to run lots of stuff on nice settings, so long as you've got a decent quad-core CPU and some nice system ram backing it up.

Most of these setups people say you'll need to run new games on high settings are SERIOUSLY overkill. If you WANT that much horsepower in your system, then more power to ya. I just think it's not very cost-effective to get all brand-new technology if you think you NEED it so your computer won't be outdated in a year. The price of brand new stuff seems to drop about 50% in a matter of months, and if you buy stuff that's still pretty new but doesn't cost as much as a car, you can still put together a system that'll easily get the job done for a few years, and can be easily upgraded at that point when it finally starts to struggle a bit.
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November 19, 2011 11:46:47 PM

If you can't, there is something wrong. :)  This is what it looks like on:
https://plus.google.com/photos/112503636127314222665/al...

Processor:
AMD Athlon II X2 Regor 2.8ghz
Memory:
4 gig DDR3
Motherboard:
Foxconn AM3
Graphics Card::
Gigabyte Geforce GTS450 1 gig
Soundcard:
Nvidia HD Integrated audio
Monitor Size:
21" 1920x1080 Asus

Skyrim settings: 1920x1080, antialiasing 2x, anistropic filtering 8x, everything on high, decals on ultra and following mods installed: no more blocky faces, detailed faces v2, FXAA post process injector at preset 2, enhanced blood textures, detailed bodies, vurt's skyrim floral overhaul, and high quality eyes. You can get all of those mods at Skyrim Nexus.
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