The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Axel 30 DIC 2013 a las 14:33
Recommended Graphics card?
I'm not good with hardware, and i'd really like to be able to play this game. Not looking for a super high-end graphics card, just one that'll let the game run. My PC's an unmodded Gateway DX4831-01e
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Axel 30 DIC 2013 a las 16:58 
Yeah, sorry. I know nothing when it comes to hardware, Though i like to think i'm pretty good when it comes to softwhare.
Axel 30 DIC 2013 a las 20:45 
that's probably still current, i got mine 4 years ago, and havn't tweaked it since. Thanks, by the way
Remlish 30 DIC 2013 a las 21:07 
Personly I would save a few more dollars and replace that doorstop with a gaming PC...
Krayus Korianis 30 DIC 2013 a las 23:23 
They're using Intel Media Graphics Accelerator as their default graphics. There's also a slot on there that allows you to use a PCI-e x16 graphics card. However, when you purchase a new GPU, you need a new PSU (to compensate for the crap PSU that they put in there), to actually upgrade and make use of it.

I'd recommend a 650 ti or a 660. OR the 760 nVidia GPU. OR you can go with many of AMD's equivalents.
However, when you purchase a new GPU, you need a new PSU (to compensate for the crap PSU that they put in there), to actually upgrade and make use of it.
^^^^
Very true.

More Powerful GPU = More Powerful PSU ; PSU = Power Supply
Prof Farnsworth 31 DIC 2013 a las 0:29 
if money is tight you could look for a used GPU on ebay or such and just buy a new PSU. i myself run skyrim without any problem on high settings with dozens of mods and my graphics card is an old nvidia GTX460 and my CPU is AMD phenom II 940.
And BTW: PC-hardware is no rocket-science :D: just read up on the parts for one or two evenings
Bones496 31 DIC 2013 a las 0:36 
Publicado originalmente por Krayus Korianis:
They're using Intel Media Graphics Accelerator as their default graphics. There's also a slot on there that allows you to use a PCI-e x16 graphics card. However, when you purchase a new GPU, you need a new PSU (to compensate for the crap PSU that they put in there), to actually upgrade and make use of it.

I'd recommend a 650 ti or a 660. OR the 760 nVidia GPU. OR you can go with many of AMD's equivalents.

A 650Ti is overkill. I've run it maxed out @ 60fps with a stock GTX650 1Gb. And if you were to go with a 650, get a 450W PSU, unless future upgrades are planned. If you aren't looking for maxing out the settings, I've also seen a GT610 run it on low just fine... so anywhere in between a 610 and a 650 would be good. And for an AMD comparison, I'm not sure about the low end, but an HD7750 is equivalent to a GTX 650.
Última edición por Bones496; 31 DIC 2013 a las 0:39
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