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Spider-Vice

Can I Run RDR2 on my PC?

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GN 92

Man those previews got me wondering if I'll be able to go 60FPS - Ultra - 1080p with my sh*t:

 

i5 9400F

RTX 2070

16GB 2666ghz ddr4

 

can't wait to test it, but what you guys think?

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RuskiChleb
14 minutes ago, GN 92 said:

Man those previews got me wondering if I'll be able to go 60FPS - Ultra - 1080p with my sh*t:

 

i5 9400F

RTX 2070

16GB 2666ghz ddr4

 

can't wait to test it, but what you guys think?

no problem

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Rallenallen
27 minutes ago, GN 92 said:

Man those f*ckers got the previews all up on a single day, I can't read all that not drunk as I am right now.........

 

ok any kind soul can tell me if they said something about:

 

RTX 2070, 16GB DDR4 with i5 9400F?

 

Thankssssssssssssss

Yeah low, 14 fps at 480p ;)

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Hertigo

I’m just wondering if i can play the game at high or ultra settings...


Nvidia Gtx 1070

CPU: i5-8400

RAM: 16gb

 

Im just worried about the cpu part but i did some research and the CPU r* recommends is an i7 4770k and if you would overclock the cpu it almost gives the same performance compared to the cpu i have and mine sometimes even beats the i7. Just wondering if thats correct.

 

 

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HarryTVisitor

Well, I guess I'll ask since everyone else is asking.

Do you think I'll be able to run the game at at least normal settings with a decent framerate?

GPU: Radeon RX 580
CPU: AMD FX-6300
RAM: 16GB DDR3

I know my CPU at least meets the minimum requirements, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it'll give decent performance does it?

(I mean, GTA V needs at least 4 GB of RAM to run, but that doesn't mean that it'll be very pleasant to run it with that much RAM.)

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Meagashira

This game its a lot, a lot, a lot, a lot scalable! I think we can do setting the game perfectly for all us configuration.

There Is also probably a benchmark to see the performance

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RuskiChleb
3 hours ago, Sonicdude said:

Well, I guess I'll ask since everyone else is asking.

Do you think I'll be able to run the game at at least normal settings with a decent framerate?

GPU: Radeon RX 580
CPU: AMD FX-6300
RAM: 16GB DDR3

I know my CPU at least meets the minimum requirements, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it'll give decent performance does it?

(I mean, GTA V needs at least 4 GB of RAM to run, but that doesn't mean that it'll be very pleasant to run it with that much RAM.)

high on 1080p no problem, but expect drops to 50, maybe even 40 fps

7 hours ago, Hertigo said:

I’m just wondering if i can play the game at high or ultra settings...


Nvidia Gtx 1070

CPU: i5-8400

RAM: 16gb

 

Im just worried about the cpu part but i did some research and the CPU r* recommends is an i7 4770k and if you would overclock the cpu it almost gives the same performance compared to the cpu i have and mine sometimes even beats the i7. Just wondering if thats correct.

 

 

i would say that your cpu is enough to play the game at ultra (with turned off msaa and other dumb sh*t) in 60fps on 1080p, maybe even 1440p

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Crocodile Hunter

CPU: i7-4820k

GPU: GTX 1070 Extreme Gaming Edition

48 gb ram

500 gb ssd

 

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RuskiChleb
Just now, Crocodile Hunter said:

CPU: i7-4820k

GPU: GTX 1070 Extreme Gaming Edition

48 gb ram

500 gb ssd

 

no problem, like i said before - ultra with dumb sh*t turned off and u will have stable 60fps on 1080p

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inhale

Could you guys let me know if my PC will be able to run red dead 2?

 

Specs are:

CPU: i5-6400

GPU: GTX 1060 6GB

RAM: 8GB DDR3

 

Will this be fine on 1080p with 60 FPS? Thanks in advance.

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RedIndianRobin
10 minutes ago, inhale said:

Could you guys let me know if my PC will be able to run red dead 2?

 

Specs are:

CPU: i5-6400

GPU: GTX 1060 6GB

RAM: 8GB DDR3

 

Will this be fine on 1080p with 60 FPS? Thanks in advance.

Yes. You're fine for high-very high 60 fps. 

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murmut

Will it run:

AMD FX-8300  3,3 ghz

16GB Ram

GTAX 1050 TI oc

Resolution 1680x1050

 

Hope it will work because just finished preload. Took long with 1,2MB/sec and i can't wait to play. Will buy next year perhaps i9900k and rtx2080TI but if game not work perhaps earlier (black friday?)

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RuskiChleb
10 minutes ago, murmut said:

Will it run:

AMD FX-8300  3,3 ghz

16GB Ram

GTAX 1050 TI oc

Resolution 1680x1050

 

Hope it will work because just finished preload. Took long with 1,2MB/sec and i can't wait to play. Will buy next year perhaps i9900k and rtx2080TI but if game not work perhaps earlier (black friday?)

hell yeah

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Hertigo

Honestly i might even lower some settings even tho i could run it at a stable 60 fps. I have a 144hz monitor and want atleast 80 - 90 fps

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RuskiChleb
Just now, Virago said:

As Acer i selling [email protected] and [email protected] at about the same price. What would you recommend?

well, u need to ask this question to urself - you want higher framerate or higher resolution? and look up the specs, cuz if theyre arent capable of playin 4k in playable frames then [email protected] fo sure

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md_rayan
1 minute ago, Virago said:

As Acer i selling [email protected] and [email protected] at about the same price. What would you recommend?

What do you mean by 2K? 1440p? I'd recommend 144Hz one for sure.

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Virago
1 minute ago, RuskiChleb said:

well, u need to ask this question to urself - you want higher framerate or higher resolution?

I have no idea since up until now i've just been playing 1080p60. I have a GTX1080

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sorder
3 minutes ago, Virago said:

As Acer i selling [email protected] and [email protected] at about the same price. What would you recommend?

For me 2k is already awesome. 4k gaming is kinda dumb right now imo

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Virago
1 minute ago, md_rayan said:

What do you mean by 2K? 1440p? I'd recommend 144Hz one for sure.

Yes 1440p. Do higher frames trump the jump from 2K to 4K ?

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md_rayan
1 hour ago, Virago said:

Yes 1440p. Do higher frames trump the jump from 2K to 4K ?

IMO, yes. Sacrificing frame-rate for a bit more pixels isn't worth it. If you want, even on a 1440p display you can render games at 4K and downsample it for extra sharpness. But if you go with 60Hz then you'll never know what you're missing out on.

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Virago

Reading on the web i see some saying that higher resolution is a better choice if you're more into single player campaign while higher frame rate if you're into competitive online gaming, which i am not.

Maybe i can try them out via amazon warehouse and see which one suits me best.

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BlueLion90

Opinions on XFX RX 470 8GB?

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Yoona
38 minutes ago, BlueLion90 said:

Opinions on XFX RX 470 8GB?

Try to get RX 570 if you can, it's on par with recommended RX 480. XFX is usually alright though, just try getting either RX 480 or RX 570, you will be glad you did!

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Maverick91

I hope so i will be able to play at 1080p with medium set up settings with 40-50 FPS on my spec
GTX 1050 4 gb

16 gb of ram

i5 7300 HQ - 2,5 GHz

It's gaming laptop MSI GL 72 7RD

Honestly i am not worried about the optymalization. R* has learned a lof of it when then relased GTA V on PC

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Mistake

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RuskiChleb
2 minutes ago, Maverick91 said:

I hope so i will be able to play at 1080p with medium set up settings with 40-50 FPS on my spec
GTX 1050 4 gb

16 gb of ram

i5 7300 HQ - 2,5 GHz

It's gaming laptop MSI GL 72 7RD

Honestly i am not worried about the optymalization. R* has learned a lof of it when then relased GTA V on PC

yeah you should be able to

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Yoona
11 minutes ago, Maverick91 said:

I hope so i will be able to play at 1080p with medium set up settings with 40-50 FPS on my spec
GTX 1050 4 gb

16 gb of ram

i5 7300 HQ - 2,5 GHz

It's gaming laptop MSI GL 72 7RD

Honestly i am not worried about the optymalization. R* has learned a lof of it when then relased GTA V on PC

I think medium 30-40 fps is more likely, but we don't really know! It will be playable though for sure!

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Doodling Hitman

I feel like I chose the wrong monitor. It's been a while since I built my PC and got a monitor, like well over 1-2 years ago.

 

I got a 4K @60fps monitor. I never had experienced 4K before, so I went with that instead of something lower with higher framerate. Even though it looks great, I don't even think the type of monitor I have really pushes it? It's the BenQ EL2870UE - 4K HDR Gaming Monitor. It depends on the games of course, but I think my rig doesn't handle 60fps well at 4K. Is over 60fps really noticeable? I feel like I should sell my 4K monitor and invest in a 1440p 120hz or 144hz monitor. But there's so many choices, and then people say Oled or Qled is the best? It is rather confusing. 

 

Perhaps I should just check some monitors out at local hardware stores.

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MrQuiche
1 minute ago, Doodling Hitman said:

I feel like I chose the wrong monitor. It's been a while since I built my PC and got a monitor, like well over 1-2 years ago.

 

I got a 4K @60fps monitor. I never had experienced 4K before, so I went with that instead of something lower with higher framerate. Even though it looks great, I don't even think the type of monitor I have really pushes it? It's the BenQ EL2870UE - 4K HDR Gaming Monitor. It depends on the games of course, but I think my rig doesn't handle 60fps well at 4K. Is over 60fps really noticeable? I feel like I should sell my 4K monitor and invest in a 1440p 120hz or 144hz monitor. But there's so many choices, and then people say Oled or Qled is the best? It is rather confusing. 

 

Perhaps I should just check some monitors out at local hardware stores.

Huh yeah 144Hz is really noticeable and you're better to have a 144Hz 1440p display than a 4K 60Hz display especially if you can't even keep up with 60 FPS

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Doodling Hitman
6 minutes ago, MrQuiche said:

Huh yeah 144Hz is really noticeable and you're better to have a 144Hz 1440p display than a 4K 60Hz display especially if you can't even keep up with 60 FPS

I think I'll go with that then. People tend to say, if you like singleplayer, then lower framerate and higher resolution is the best way to go, and for fast paced games the opposite. But choppy framerate really bothers me if I see it. 

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