HellOfABelle Mar 26 @ 3:13pm
Hi. I wonder if I can play skyrim
windows 7 home premium
processor pentium dual-core cpu e5400 @ 2,70 ghz
memory 4096 mb ram
direct x11
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HellOfABelle Mar 26 @ 3:26pm 
Sorry if i missed something but don't want to take a chance and buy it when it's not on deal
Ponyguru Mar 26 @ 3:32pm 
Originally posted by Emmylove:
windows 7 home premium
processor pentium dual-core cpu e5400 @ 2,70 ghz
memory 4096 mb ram
direct x11

GPU please
minoravatar Mar 26 @ 4:13pm 
Try out this site it will tell you if you can run it (or any game). Can you run it [www.systemrequirementslab.com]
gnewna Mar 26 @ 4:26pm 
Originally posted by minoravatar:
Try out this site it will tell you if you can run it (or any game). Can you run it [www.systemrequirementslab.com]

Oh, that's super-helpful! I was trying to find something like this the other day to see if I'd be able to play Dark Souls on my machine, but my google-fu was obviously on the blink.
RazielSan Mar 26 @ 4:42pm 
+1 minoravatar :)
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Nuzzyfuts Mar 26 @ 4:46pm 
If you're running it on a video card that can utilize directx11 then I would say that you should be able to. I have about the same system as you do, save that my video card is a Radeon HD 4550. ANYMORE, I can run the vanilla game at a steady framerate of 30-40FPS on the lowest settings in 800x600. Although I seem to remember getting around the same framerate on the game's "medium" settings when the game first came out, before I may have done some damage to my GPU.
you should be able to. my laptop is about equal to yours, except it has a lower grade processor and (possibly) gpu, yet I can still run it at medium
HellOfABelle Mar 26 @ 9:53pm 
Originally posted by ponyguru:
Originally posted by Emmylove:
windows 7 home premium
processor pentium dual-core cpu e5400 @ 2,70 ghz
memory 4096 mb ram
direct x11

GPU please

Nvidia Geforce 310
HellOfABelle Mar 26 @ 10:04pm 
Okay thanks for the help :) Do you think my gpu can handle it? (that's graphic card right?)
ACJCLIGHTNING Mar 26 @ 10:21pm 
it is incredibly pathetically weak.... Im not really comfortable with saying yes or no though. It might be able to handle extremely low settings.....but im not sure.
its a pretty old, bottom of the barrel card. i dunno, maybe focus on getting an upgraded PC first.
HellOfABelle Mar 26 @ 10:31pm 
I don't have money for that. But I was asking in the forums earlier when I bought another game and people said the same thing and that it won't work good. But I haven't had any problems. But I played tomb raider with some lag and still liked it so I guess I'm not so picky =p
Alkpaz Mar 26 @ 10:32pm 
If you can run the newest Tomb Raider.. yeah.. Skyrim on low/medium will not be a problem.

BTW, excellent game TR.. ;)
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akasexacutioner Mar 26 @ 10:58pm 
why the hell dont you guys read minimum specs for games

" im to lazy i want others to figure it out for me "
humans are getting dumber every day, such a waste of a perfectly good worl to have ♥♥♥♥♥ic humis ruin it
Adura Mar 27 @ 2:12am 
Originally posted by akasexacutioner:
why the hell dont you guys read minimum specs for games

" im to lazy i want others to figure it out for me "
humans are getting dumber every day, such a waste of a perfectly good worl to have ♥♥♥♥♥ic humis ruin it

Truthfully, I find easily induced rage over minor offenses just as threatening to the future of humanity as laziness and stupidity.

Besides, there's nothing wrong with asking for a second opinion, especially if one is not very savvy to computer performance.

Not to mention the fact that the performance of any game - even in relation to the minimum requirements - is more art than science.


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edit: Back on topic: You have Tomb Raider in your game list. If you can play Tomb Raider, I don't see why you couldn't play Skyrim (at low specs at worst).

Enjoy your game Emma ^_^
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