>My gtx 460 can still run modern AAA games at 4k 120 fps with no problems
complete bullshit, mine is struggling to do even 720p these days
pascal please come soon
yeah that's why my gt 630 barely runs Fallout 4 at 30 fps
>also where's the d2 thread
There isn't one, which is why I post in unrelated threads. Not gonna make a thread solely for such a simple question so I drop them in random threads that look like they won't survive long.
I have a relatively large folder of her and her family on an external somewhere but fuck finding it because fuck you. Everyone else has seen that set hundreds of times and it's not hard to find.
I mean if you want to play multiplats from console at the same or better settings you're still good with a 750ti.
If you want to upgrade, there are plenty of good 50 dollar PSUs that will handle any card under 300 dollars. Hold on til the end of this year, grab whatever card nvidia/amd shits out at the 150 dollar mark, and it'll be a solid upgrade for 200 bucks
Though honestly AMD's new architecture is showing crazy power improvements, you may not need a new PSU at all.
This is all you get.
I'm still running with a 560Ti and a Core2 quad Q8300. Whether I can run a game or not seems to depend more on the optimisation work put in. Fallout 4 was unplayable (and the framerate was garbage too) but MGSV ran pretty good on high with the occasional framerate drop during the armoured skulls fight (I'm guessing the particle effects for the rocks or something were fucking it up)
>say he's wrong
>album linked 5 posts above this
way to read the thread smartass
>"it's our duty to keep them out"
>lol guys this pc cost me 200 and it destroys the ps4! ultra settings witcher 3 4k 800fps!!