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User Info: HeliosMagi

HeliosMagi
4 months ago#11
There seems to be a misunderstanding, I'm not getting a new laptop, I'm getting a desktop to replace my laptop.
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User Info: Frisco557

Frisco557
4 months ago#12
I have a 1050 in my media pc, it runs Rise of the Tomb Raider at 60fps with mostly high settings at 1080p. That's the most recent game I have and run on it. If you give me some time I'll install Skyrim and give it a try.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
4 months ago#13
HeliosMagi posted...
There seems to be a misunderstanding, I'm not getting a new laptop, I'm getting a desktop to replace my laptop.

What is your budget for a desktop?
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User Info: zhenghan

zhenghan
4 months ago#14
Fade2black001 posted...
zhenghan posted...
gtx 1050 gets a bad rep, because the laptop version of that card is neutered with half the pixel fillrate. but the desktop version of it is actually okay except for the low vram for 2017 (imo 2GB vram is kind of low for 2017).

even 4GB of VRAM is starting to become low....

2GB is the bare minimum for AAA now. 4GB will become the bare minimum in a couple of years most likely.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
4 months ago#15
zhenghan posted...
Fade2black001 posted...
zhenghan posted...
gtx 1050 gets a bad rep, because the laptop version of that card is neutered with half the pixel fillrate. but the desktop version of it is actually okay except for the low vram for 2017 (imo 2GB vram is kind of low for 2017).

even 4GB of VRAM is starting to become low....

2GB is the bare minimum for AAA now. 4GB will become the bare minimum in a couple of years most likely.

more than likely but I have played games where even maxed out settings at 1080P used more than 4GB of VRAM, it was nuts.
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User Info: MasterFeeler

MasterFeeler
4 months ago#16
It'll do. I played Nier: Automata and GTA V at 720p with my card.

30fps is no problem. 60fps is impossible. Now that I have a 1080p monitor. Cant game that much anymore.
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User Info: Frisco557

Frisco557
4 months ago#17
Skyrim almost runs at a constant 60fps, dips down to 50 during heavy scenes, but it's definitely playable.
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User Info: tearast

tearast
4 months ago#18
Frisco557 posted...
Skyrim almost runs at a constant 60fps, dips down to 50 during heavy scenes, but it's definitely playable.

Wow dude, a 10 year old game on a 1 year old GPU runs well. Amazing, thx for the information

User Info: Setzera

Setzera
4 months ago#19
The, GTX 1050 ti 4GB model, should be more than enough.
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