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[ASK] Can my rig run these games smoothly on ultra?

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December 9, 2011 12:58:52 PM

Hiya, Community!

I don't know where to ask, and i don't have much time to search for correct sub-forums to post this - because my mother punished me and told me to not to touch computer. So, apologize me if my thread doesn't match with the sub-forum :D 

I'm planning to buy some games for my PC, because i haven't gaming again since 6 months ago and haven't bought any new games since January, neither upgrading my PC :sweat: 

so here's my rig:

AMD Athlon II X4 635
2GB RAM
Zotac GTS 450 (still planning to buy a new GTX 560 in a few weeks/months)
LG Flatron W1953SE 18,5" 1366 x 768 widescreen

and i wanna run these games:

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3
Battlefield 3
Crysis 2
Brink
Need for Speed The Run
Assassins Creed Revelations
GTA IV
Deus Ex Human Revolution

So the question is:

Can i run those in my PC with ultra high settings and max res smoothly? Is this settings can be applied on those games? which one i can't run it on ultra smootlhy?

That's all my questions for now, thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english :D 
December 9, 2011 2:34:01 PM

You should be able to at that resolution, or atleast pretty damn close.
December 9, 2011 3:28:59 PM

After an upgrade to a GTX 560 you will be able to run adequate settings on all games. Not neccesarily MAX, I know Battlefield you won't be able to. But it will be good looking and playable.

One item you should upgrade is your RAM. You need at least 4GB for most games so it doesn't page to the hard drive.. I am assuming you are running at least Vista and not XP. Low memory can cause issues in games and cause shuddering and lag.
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December 9, 2011 9:14:40 PM

joedastudd said:
You should be able to at that resolution, or atleast pretty damn close.


jay2tall said:
After an upgrade to a GTX 560 you will be able to run adequate settings on all games. Not neccesarily MAX, I know Battlefield you won't be able to. But it will be good looking and playable.

One item you should upgrade is your RAM. You need at least 4GB for most games so it doesn't page to the hard drive.. I am assuming you are running at least Vista and not XP. Low memory can cause issues in games and cause shuddering and lag.


oh, thanks for your fast response, much appreciated :) 

yes, i was thinking about upgrading my RAM too..and at 1st i was planning to buy more 2GB to make it 4GB Dual Channel..

but will i be able to play those games at least on mid-high with my current specs?

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December 9, 2011 11:42:09 PM
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Like the Gentelmen said you will not have much of a problem If your PSU and the brand of the PSU are up to par and maybe through 2 more Gigs of ram.

You need to keep the system even or you could walk into bottle necking. But what you have now works not on max but a little bit less.

This is just things to think about and good luck wiith your monther.
December 10, 2011 2:42:15 AM

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