gigabyte gtx 550ti question

Hello,
will a gigabyte geforce gtx 550ti and an Intel core i3 2120 and 8GB of ddr3 1333 deliver good frame-rates on skyrim maxed out at 1366x768 16xaf and no AA

any help would be appreciated
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  1. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/skyrim-performance-benchmark,3074-5.html
    Just look at the lowest resolution they run, it is similar in pixel count as yours.
  2. of course i3 is best bugdet gaming chip while 550ti is not far from the games experience.
  3. did you already have all the component? if you already have it you don't have to worry about anything. it should be more than enough to get good frame rates in skyrim
  4. thank you for the quick reply every one i will buy skyrim tommorow and thanx to you i am now confident that i could play it :D
  5. renz496 said:
    did you already have all the component? if you already have it you don't have to worry about anything. it should be more than enough to get good frame rates in skyrim


    yes i have bought all the components and they are all up and runninghttp://img.tomshardware.com/forum/uk/icones/smilies/sol.gif
  6. good frame rates as in minimum 30 average 40 or minimum 40 average 60
  7. Min around 30
  8. Most of us do not see difference above 30. A drop down to 30min is fine but 40 is a good average FPS number, if you can not maintain that then in game settings need to be lowered.
  9. thank you rolli does aa and msaa and fxaa affect the visuals much or am i better off without it
  10. because you know it comes at the price of preformance
  11. It all depends on the fps, taking those of is one way of increasing the performance.
  12. $warhero$ said:
    thank you rolli does aa and msaa and fxaa affect the visuals much or am i better off without it


    it depends on you. if you don't really mind about the jaggies around the edges then you can turn the effect off for extra frame rates. but if you want smooth edges without sacrificing much of your performance just enable FXAA.
  13. thank you renz good point there so i will turn fxaa on
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