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December 24, 2012 9:16:58 AM

Im Getting This PC For Christmas, and I'm putting it together now I was just wondering if it would run these games?
These Are The Main Specs:
Intel i5 3450 IvyBridge 3.1 GHz
XFX Radeon 7850 1GB Edition
8GB RAM

Will It Run:
Skyrim (High Settings)
DayZ (Moderate Settings)
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (High Settings)

There Are More but I was just wondering on getting some feedback about the PC in general as well, like what do you think the specs and how could I improve in the near future?

Thanks,
Muddie20

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December 24, 2012 9:28:03 AM

Muddie20 said:
Im Getting This PC For Christmas, and I'm putting it together now I was just wondering if it would run these games?
These Are The Main Specs:
Intel i5 3450 IvyBridge 3.1 GHz
XFX Radeon 7850 1GB Edition
8GB RAM

Will It Run:
Skyrim (High Settings)
DayZ (Moderate Settings)
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (High Settings)

There Are More but I was just wondering on getting some feedback about the PC in general as well, like what do you think the specs and how could I improve in the near future?

Thanks,
Muddie20


Depends on what you consider playable. Right now with low settings in planetside 2 I run 20-30 fps with a 965 and 6870. I consider that unplayable and so I had to uninstall a great game. In a single player environment on skyrim you should be able to run it on high yes. You really should have gotten a 2GB card for skyrim though. Overall, you can play those games on high. Assuming skyrim is vanilla with no mods.
December 24, 2012 9:29:24 AM

I Consider Playable Above 30 FPS, Ideally 60 FPS and I Would Have Gotten The 2GB Card But My Budget Kinda Ran out xD
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December 24, 2012 9:45:21 AM

Muddie20 said:
I Consider Playable Above 30 FPS, Ideally 60 FPS and I Would Have Gotten The 2GB Card But My Budget Kinda Ran out xD


Gotta skimp, get open box something lol. Ya you will get 30+ fps easily in skyrim at high. The big issue is your processor will be locked I believe for overclocking. It would have been cheaper, and better fps wise to go with an fx6300 and clocked it to 4.0-4.5. 3.1Ghz is really going to bite you in the bum.
December 24, 2012 10:45:32 AM

Praxeology said:
Gotta skimp, get open box something lol. Ya you will get 30+ fps easily in skyrim at high. The big issue is your processor will be locked I believe for overclocking. It would have been cheaper, and better fps wise to go with an fx6300 and clocked it to 4.0-4.5. 3.1Ghz is really going to bite you in the bum.


No, I Don't Buy AMD They Architecture Is A lot worse than that of Intel so an Intel processor running at 2.80 GHz would run the same amount of operations per Second as an AMD clocked to 3.30 GHz and AMD don't make their processors for gaming they make them for video and audio editing which is why the i5 Intel is the best Gaming CPU on the market
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