Can my Pc run any game up to date?

Hello guys, I wanna know if my computer can run every game up to date i mean with good FPS (Frame Rate). Games like Skyrim, COD Modern Warfare 3 and soo on.

My Specs :

Intel Pentium Processor Dual-Core CPU E5300 2.60GHz 2.60GHz

WINDOWS-7 ULTIMATE

64-bit Operating System

Hard Drive 500GB

Memory (RAM) 7.00 GB

GeForce 9800GT 1GB
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  1. Nope. It is more towards the minimum end of the spectrum for all modern games. Old slow processor and bad GPU.

    And how do you have 7GB of RAM? :heink:
  2. So if I change for like, AMD FX6100 Six Core Processor 3.30Ghz and Nvidia Geforce GTX 550 Ti 1GB its fine?
  3. You can't just change the CPU- you have an Intel board and the chip you just named is an AMD.

    If you want to play modern games at high settings you are going to have to invest in a new CPU, mobo, GPU and RAM. Possibly a new PSU. You might be able to use your existing HD, case and optical drive. Now that can be AMD or intel (although there's no point buying AMD right now) but there isn't much you have that you can reuse.
  4. Ah I see. Thanks for the information. Can you tell me like a good pc? I mean I wanna buy one but im not really into it if you know what i mean. I basicly dont know *** about Hardware stuff.
  5. What's your budget?
  6. Like 800$ or so. Maybe I can extend to 850$.
  7. I think you should be able to play modern games on your rig with fair FPS,
    but with the games at their lower settings.
  8. ok I have good news and bad new the bad news is that your pc is sadly out of date and needs to be replaced the good news is you have enough of a budget to get a fairly nice system that will crush what you have now here is what i suggest

    Intel Core i5-3450 3.1GHz Quad-Core Processor
    MSI Z77MA-G45 Micro ATX LGA1155 Motherboard
    Patriot Signature 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory
    Seagate Barracuda ES 750GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
    XFX Radeon HD 7850 2GB Video Card
    Corsair 500W ATX12V Power Supply

    pc part picker list
    comes to $709 and is $659 after mail in rebates I didn't include an os or a case I figured you could use your current case if you need a copy of windows add another $100 to this price for windows 7 home premium no reason for ultimate or professional on a gaming pc I left you some money in your budget and I suggest you use it to buy an ssd

    Edit that ram has some bad reviews go with some thing like this its only $5 more and has a 5 egg rating and nearly a 1000 reviews
  9. whoa, i could build a AMD rig that can do pretty good on games for like 500.
  10. maskills24 said:
    whoa, i could build a AMD rig that can do pretty good on games for like 500.

    amd is simpy not the way to go for gaming at the moment I would rather have a sandy bridge pentium then a fx 4100 yes he could go cheaper quite a bit cheaper I used the budget he said he had $800 as my goal I think what I suggested is a good compromise between price and performance
  11. my E6700 and gtx 275 is just about holding on
    it can play skyrim on high with mods, tera on max and battle feild 3 i think it is on medium (oh and crysis on maximum :D)

    but it needs either a massive upgrade or i need a new computer
    so i'm going to build a new computer - might set me back £1k or so but it should last for years
  12. Well, if you would rather not build one, you could get the Dell XPS 8500. The cheapest one is $750, and you could play modern games on low - medium.

    http://www.dell.com/us/p/xps-8500/pd
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