Elder Scrolls V : Skyrim Will my System specs run the game to the fullest?
[font="Microsoft Sans Serif"][/font] Hey all thanks for checking out my post! With The new Elder Scrolls edition coming out just around the corner, (11/11/11) i want to get the most out of the game experience. I want to be able to run the game smooth and have the graphic settings on High / Ultra. Can this Graphics card Run on 1920x1080 Resolution(Wide)?. Below are my Specs, What can stay and what do i need to change?


CPU: i5,760,2.80GHz
RAM: 4GB
GFX: Palit GeForce GTS 450
Power: 700 Watt
System: Windows 7 64-bit
Hey all thanks for checking out my post! With The new Elder Scrolls edition coming out just around the corner, (11/11/11) i want to get the most out of the game experience. I want to be able to run the game smooth and have the graphic settings on High / Ultra. Can this Graphics card Run on 1920x1080 Resolution(Wide)?. Below are my Specs, What can stay and what do i need to change?





CPU: i5,760,2.80GHz

RAM: 4GB

GFX: Palit GeForce GTS 450

Power: 700 Watt

System: Windows 7 64-bit

#1
Posted 09/19/2011 03:21 AM   
your GPU is below average so no.
your GPU is below average so no.

CPU: Core i7 930 @ 4.20ghz 1.3v cooled by Antec Kuhler 920

MOBO: Asus P6X58D Premium

GFX: 2x Asus GTX 560Ti Direct CUII @ 900mhz Core 2200mhz Memory

RAM: Corsair CMG6GX3M3A1600C7 6gb 1600mhz 7-7-7-20 2t

PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower 850 watt

CASE: Antec 1200

APU: X-fi Titanium Fatality SPEAKERS: Logitech X-530 5.1

HDD: 1x OCZ Agility 3 60gb SSD GAMES 2x Western Digital Caviar Black 500gb in RAID 0

DISPLAY: Acer H243HX 24" @ 1920x1080 Resolution

KEYBOARD: Logitech G19 MOUSE: Logitech G5 WHEEL Logitech G25 JOYSTICK Logitech G940

OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 RTM

#2
Posted 09/19/2011 10:10 AM   
[quote name='Saijan Prince.' date='19 September 2011 - 11:10 AM' timestamp='1316427029' post='1295144']
your GPU is below average so no.
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rofl. Save up a couple hundred and get a 560 or a 570
[quote name='Saijan Prince.' date='19 September 2011 - 11:10 AM' timestamp='1316427029' post='1295144']

your GPU is below average so no.





rofl. Save up a couple hundred and get a 560 or a 570

#3
Posted 10/06/2011 12:56 AM   
[quote name='pancakepaddle' date='05 October 2011 - 07:56 PM' timestamp='1317862597' post='1304022']
rofl. Save up a couple hundred and get a 560 or a 570
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I'm running a GTX 260 with an almost pig i7 only high settings and it looks kinda pretty. I'm awaiting my EVGA GTX 570 to see what's up. If you get a card get a GTX series card, not the implied GTS card.
[quote name='pancakepaddle' date='05 October 2011 - 07:56 PM' timestamp='1317862597' post='1304022']

rofl. Save up a couple hundred and get a 560 or a 570





I'm running a GTX 260 with an almost pig i7 only high settings and it looks kinda pretty. I'm awaiting my EVGA GTX 570 to see what's up. If you get a card get a GTX series card, not the implied GTS card.

#4
Posted 11/25/2011 09:28 PM   
Resurrecting this thread to state that I'm running on High settings (sans shadows - those would be medium) on a Republic of Gamers Crosshair II Formula Mobo, AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (Stock), 3GB DDR2 Corsair Memory, 8800 GTS 512 (stock) (290.53 Beta Drivers) Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. Game is up to date with latest patch and I've used both Skyboost and TESVAL (I prefer Skyboost ATM) along with ENBseries Enhancer v.9. Anisotropic Filtering @ 4x & FXAA enabled I get a solid 30 FPS in open world with foliage/tree movement, no stutters. Very seldom will it drop below that. Dragon fights, animations etc are silky smooth. Dungeons anywhere from 45-60 FPS (Generally stays in the 50fps range) no stuttering all at 1680x1050 60hz (I can get close to these settings with 1920x1080 60hz but pushes the card too much). Using improved water mod, sunglare mod, eye mods, face and hair mods etc... Now....I could be wrong but this system is probably on the low-end side of things and it runs the game like a console (Better IMO).

May not have all the bells and whistles as some of these high end systems (Though some people are having a whole lot of trouble) but it is very playable and enjoyable. If you do a little research and don't mind spending the time adjusting the .ini files to learn what does what (Actually found letting the game regenerate the .ini files outperformed the ones I edited lol) you might just make some magic. Anyways the point to this little necromancy is this...don't let the trolls point and laugh at you because you don't have what they consider to be a "standard" in ultimate gaming performance. They already fail because they can't behave like adults and actually lend a hand with constructive advice. Their idea of help is to add snide "half constructive" comments that are seasoned with contempt for your gaming hardware inadequacies. Anywho...I plan on upgrading some of my hardware anyways just for future endeavors.

Yeah, got a little PO'd reading the kind of replies given to a legitimate question from someone who may not be that gaming/hardware savvy.
Resurrecting this thread to state that I'm running on High settings (sans shadows - those would be medium) on a Republic of Gamers Crosshair II Formula Mobo, AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (Stock), 3GB DDR2 Corsair Memory, 8800 GTS 512 (stock) (290.53 Beta Drivers) Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. Game is up to date with latest patch and I've used both Skyboost and TESVAL (I prefer Skyboost ATM) along with ENBseries Enhancer v.9. Anisotropic Filtering @ 4x & FXAA enabled I get a solid 30 FPS in open world with foliage/tree movement, no stutters. Very seldom will it drop below that. Dragon fights, animations etc are silky smooth. Dungeons anywhere from 45-60 FPS (Generally stays in the 50fps range) no stuttering all at 1680x1050 60hz (I can get close to these settings with 1920x1080 60hz but pushes the card too much). Using improved water mod, sunglare mod, eye mods, face and hair mods etc... Now....I could be wrong but this system is probably on the low-end side of things and it runs the game like a console (Better IMO).



May not have all the bells and whistles as some of these high end systems (Though some people are having a whole lot of trouble) but it is very playable and enjoyable. If you do a little research and don't mind spending the time adjusting the .ini files to learn what does what (Actually found letting the game regenerate the .ini files outperformed the ones I edited lol) you might just make some magic. Anyways the point to this little necromancy is this...don't let the trolls point and laugh at you because you don't have what they consider to be a "standard" in ultimate gaming performance. They already fail because they can't behave like adults and actually lend a hand with constructive advice. Their idea of help is to add snide "half constructive" comments that are seasoned with contempt for your gaming hardware inadequacies. Anywho...I plan on upgrading some of my hardware anyways just for future endeavors.



Yeah, got a little PO'd reading the kind of replies given to a legitimate question from someone who may not be that gaming/hardware savvy.

#5
Posted 01/21/2012 10:14 AM   
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