depends. In general, no. --- So the last vid card i asked about was crap. Is this better? -chia That's a motherboard.-lfcmaestro8
#3electroflamePosted 5/10/2012 11:14:51 AM
Not really. That's the card I had before I upgraded to a 480 GTX, and the 260 would not max it.
But it's really down to your CPU, believe it or not. Skyrim does an insane (read: lazy programmers) amount of work on the CPU, so even with my 480 it still has some lag issues in regards to lots of shadows. --- Could be worse, they could have been American givers and you would have been smothered in small pox. -fakenamefignuts on Indian-Giving. Steam ID: electroflame
#4TheRunner PDPosted 5/10/2012 11:34:57 AM
I have that card. I can run on high, with some nice mods too. If you're building a budget PC, it's worth it. --- http://cbssports.com/images/blogs/joe-paterno-passes-away-eof.jpg RIP, Joe Paterno. Legends never die.
I can not max it or use the HD DLC. Images don't look that bad though.
http://burhenn63.deviantart.com/#/d4yaz2r --- I'm glad your opinion differs from mine. What a boring place this world would be if it didn't.
#6joe_jack_420Posted 5/11/2012 7:12:39 AM(edited)
I have: I5 2500 8gb ram Evga gtx 260
Running on all high, maxed view distances for everything, never dips below 30 fps. 260 is still a fairly strong card and as others have said, skyrim is pretty CPU dependent.
Edit: forgot to mention my resolution is 1920x1080 --- "Dear MacGuyver, enclosed is a rubber band, a paper clip, and a drinking straw. Please save my dog." - Peter Griffin
#7KokoroAkechiPosted 5/11/2012 9:09:40 PM
I run on AMD Phenom II X4 925 (2.8 ghz x 4) 8 GB Ram NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 SE I run in full HD
I can run it on High without any issues. I can max it out, but I do notice a drop in frame rate where I am encouraged to switch back --- Chrono1219 The beautiful genius who graduated from Harvard as a child and has an IQ of 1.3^googolplex.