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Will current PC hardware see a boost in performance with the new consoles?

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June 22, 2013 6:22:58 PM

Developers will be optimizing games to run on the new hardware so does that mean better performance for us PC gamers?

I have a 560TI, Phenom 2 x4 BE 3.8ghz, and 8GB ram. I know there is far superior hardware out there now but can I still see good performance with this setup? Will the new generation of consoles bring out new life for my hardware or should I just look towards upgrading?
June 22, 2013 6:27:23 PM

It's seems to thAt your processor is good ad u have good 8 gig of ram that is good for gaming ------
i reccomend you to buy a good gpu like r7850 or 7990/gtx 660---gtx680
June 23, 2013 7:21:23 AM

I think your system is fine but if you aren't getting the performance you want then like Himanshu Balayan said, get a better GPU.
June 24, 2013 11:11:13 AM

DudE132 said:
Developers will be optimizing games to run on the new hardware so does that mean better performance for us PC gamers?

I have a 560TI, Phenom 2 x4 BE 3.8ghz, and 8GB ram. I know there is far superior hardware out there now but can I still see good performance with this setup? Will the new generation of consoles bring out new life for my hardware or should I just look towards upgrading?


Usually, titles made for consoles play like crap on computers because of shoddy programming. And because there will be new games for the new consoles does not mean at all that any games will run better on older computer hardware. Your system will be running games as well now as it will in a few years.
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