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User Info: Torinarg

Torinarg
3 years ago#21
MegaMelon posted...
960


Medium/high I suspect. Both decent components.
I'm someone who can get things done. She likes that.

User Info: DotA_GC

DotA_GC
3 years ago#22
Here's to hoping for medium settings with i5 ivy bridge OC, 2GB 7850x2 OC'd in crossfire, way too much RAM.
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User Info: luigi33

luigi33
3 years ago#23
4690k
GTX980
16GB DDR3

inb4 I max Fallout 4 out
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Steam ID: Xcyper33

User Info: Muppet Vader

Muppet Vader
3 years ago#24
luigi33 posted...
4690k
GTX980
16GB DDR3

inb4 I max Fallout 4 out


What speed is that 4690k running at?
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User Info: lvl255

lvl255
3 years ago#25
A more valid question would be can i run it at 4k maxed out? not that anyone could answer that one until its at least reviewed by some pc hardware website or something.
i7 4770k@4.5ghz, gigabyte g1 gaming sli 980ti, 16gb ddr3 ram, 2xssd (samsung 500gb), 3 tb storage hdd, nzxt hale 1200w psu, antec 1200 case

User Info: luigi33

luigi33
3 years ago#26
Muppet Vader posted...
luigi33 posted...
4690k
GTX980
16GB DDR3

inb4 I max Fallout 4 out


What speed is that 4690k running at?


stock speed.
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Steam ID: Xcyper33

User Info: Blulightning

Blulightning
3 years ago#27
Triod posted...
Blulightning posted...

Why would they do this? Simply because it's never been recommended for anyone to mix-match RAM by professionals, meaning that it's either 4GB or 8GB. 3GB and 6GB requires mix-matching RAM.


That's not really true, my PC uses triple channel kits. It had 3 gigs of RAM when I bought it, upgraded to 6 later on and now I'm up to 12.

Eh, I guess that's true... But triple-channel RAM isn't really that common.
... Said me.

User Info: technofo

technofo
3 years ago#28
I have a xbox one and a pc. My PC is a stock i5 3570k, HD7870, and 8GB RAM.

What version should I buy for better experience?

User Info: MrSprings

MrSprings
3 years ago#29
Sell them both and live in a cottage in the forest.

User Info: DroLeo420

DroLeo420
3 years ago#30
Originally I was hoping to run this game on this:

GTX 670 2GB

i7-3770K 3.50 GHz

16 gb of DDR3/2133MHz memory

But, realizing that this new console generation will have made that rig obsolete very fast, I decided to upgrade. Now I have:

i7-6700K 4.00 GHz

GTX 980 TI 6GB

32GB DDR4/2800 MHz Ripjaws

Also 4k Monitor

I also have a laptop I built last year with pretty similar specs, but I leave that with my gf while I'm busy building this beast. ANYWAY, remember that most of you don't really need to upgrade to play this game, however you may want to anyway, since games are only going to get more and more demanding, especially when these new consoles get more "broken in".
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