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Will my PC able to handle the games coming now-a-days?

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April 3, 2012 10:28:43 AM

I have just upgraded my 4 year old PC to run new games such as- gta4, batman arkham city, dirt3, crysis2,etc. My upgraded config. is-

Intel Core2 Duo E6750@2.66GHz
ASUS Nvidia GeForce GTS450,1gb,gddr5
2.5gb RAM(512mb in slot1, 2gb in slot2)DDR2@667MHz x 1RAM
320GB Western Digital SATA HDD
20" Samsung LED(1600x900 res.)
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

The current scores in Windows 7 are-

CPU-6.6
RAM-6.0
GPU(Windows Aero and Desktop)-7.5
GPU(Buissiness and Gaming)- 7.6

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April 3, 2012 12:15:00 PM

I think it can handle games on low or maybe medium, but certainly not any new games maxed out.

What exactly did you upgrade on your PC?
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April 3, 2012 3:27:43 PM

Hello, your PC looks alright for the resolution that you are playing at. Some games you might have to settle for medium graphics presets or high with post processing turned down. Hard to say how it will do in a year or two from now, but worst case you'll just turn down the graphics quality a little bit.

Another thing, if you're into multiplayer games, some of those tax your CPU rather heavily if the game involves more than 10 players in your view at the same time.

So, to answer your opening question exactly, as of today your PC is ok and will be able to run all the games, but not at maximum graphical settings.
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April 5, 2012 11:38:55 AM

laiskapummi said:
I think it can handle games on low or maybe medium, but certainly not any new games maxed out.

What exactly did you upgrade on your PC?




I upgraded -

1) RAM- from 512mb to 2.5gb
2) GPU- from 7300gt(512mb) to gts450(1gb)
3)OS- from winxp to win7
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