Would this pc be able to run RIFT at ultra settings ?

Processor Brand
AMD
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Processor
AMD Phenom™ II
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Processor Speed
3.0GHz
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System Bus
4000MHz
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Cache Memory
2MB on die Level 2 and 6MB shared on die Level 3
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System Memory (RAM)
8GB
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System Memory (RAM) Expandable To
16GB
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Type of Memory (RAM)
DDR3 SDRAM
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Hard Drive Type
SATA
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Hard Drive Size
1TB
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Graphics
ATI Radeon HD 5450 Series
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Video Memory
512MB (dedicated)


Ive seen the 5450 run Modern Warfare 2 and games on that graphic's level so I wouldn't see why this couldn't handle it. Also it the processor good enough ?

Recommended System Specification for Rift

* Operating system: Windows XP, Vista or 7
* Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz or better
* Memory: 4 GB
* Hard disk space: 8.0 GB available
* Desktop Video: Nvidia GTS 250 or better
* Notebook Video: Nvidia GTX 200M series or better
* Sound: DirectX 8.1 compliant card
* DirectX®: 9.0c, June 2010 update
* Broadband internet connection (DSL, cable modem or other high speed connection)
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  1. No.
  2. What is ?
  3. Damn man this game just requires so much! Ive heard it may be the games coding that is making it so hard to run. So id pretty much have to buy a pc that costs over 2k in order to even have decent graphics ? :/
  4. A 5450 is not even a gaming card, if you want a gaming PC get a 5670 as a minimum 5770, 6850 or better if you can afford it. You may need a better PSU as well.
  5. So that for sure sure should run ultra ?
  6. It should. I suppose you could throw a quad core Sandy Bridge CPU into the mix i5-2400 Sandy Bridge 3.1GHz (3.4GHz Turbo Boost) Quad-Core CPU for an extra $70

    But that i3-2100 can hang in there with some of the good quad core CPUs in gaming. Phenom II X4 965 BE - 3.4GHz vs Core i3 2100 - 3.1GHz
  7. Thanks a bunch man, Just want something that wont cost too much and will perform well. All of the parts you sent me are compatable with each other right ? (first time building a computer btw and I'm scared of messing something up lol)
  8. Everything is compatible. You could look for a pre-built with the same options.

    CyberPowerPC H67 configuration guide about $744 in roughly the same parts above.


    To preview would it would be like to build your own:
    Here is a Step-by-Step Guide to Building a PC

    Look over the forum's "System won't boot" checklist to see some of the common build errors and how to avoid them.

    -> The usual advice; read the manual / install guide; look at the parts, read the manual again and if everything makes sense and looks right - then go ahead with the install.

    While you're waiting you can download the online version of the motherboard manual and start getting familiar with it. Same for the other parts you want to order if they have install guides or manuals available.
  9. Thank you very much the advice :) .
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