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Hardest Game To Run At Max Settings - And The Price of a PC That Can Run It

#11Lord_CohlianiPosted 8/17/2013 11:22:33 PM
Altmadragon posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Probably Skyrim with mods. I don't think you could build a computer to max it.


Skyrim is a cpu intensive game, you can build a tower that can max it.

It fact most mods for it helps the game run more smoothly, unless you totally ignore all the user patches an fixes.


No. There are plenty of mods which make it look better and harder to max. Follow this link:

http://kotaku.com/5961994/what-skyrim-looks-like-when-youre-running-100-mods-at-once

It runs at about 5 fps on an i7/GTX670. I'd like to see somebody max it (60 fps 1080p constant) with those specific mods.
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#12AltmadragonPosted 8/17/2013 11:36:10 PM(edited)
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Altmadragon posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Probably Skyrim with mods. I don't think you could build a computer to max it.


Skyrim is a cpu intensive game, you can build a tower that can max it.

It fact most mods for it helps the game run more smoothly, unless you totally ignore all the user patches an fixes.


No. There are plenty of mods which make it look better and harder to max. Follow this link:

http://kotaku.com/5961994/what-skyrim-looks-like-when-youre-running-100-mods-at-once

It runs at about 5 fps on an i7/GTX670. I'd like to see somebody max it (60 fps 1080p constant) with those specific mods.


Ok I went to that site an looked at the mods he had install, I have a lot of them on my nexus ATM, I can say for a fact a lot of those mods he put together aren't compatible. Take it or leave it, spamming 100 mods together in skyrim isn't hard at all to do but not all mods work together an will affect your gameplay.

Edit: an the only reason he was getting s*** fps was because of the grass.
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#13overkillwfo1978Posted 8/17/2013 11:42:12 PM
Altmadragon posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Altmadragon posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Probably Skyrim with mods. I don't think you could build a computer to max it.


Skyrim is a cpu intensive game, you can build a tower that can max it.

It fact most mods for it helps the game run more smoothly, unless you totally ignore all the user patches an fixes.


No. There are plenty of mods which make it look better and harder to max. Follow this link:

http://kotaku.com/5961994/what-skyrim-looks-like-when-youre-running-100-mods-at-once

It runs at about 5 fps on an i7/GTX670. I'd like to see somebody max it (60 fps 1080p constant) with those specific mods.


Edit: an the only reason he was getting s*** fps was because of DAT GRASS

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#14Lord_CohlianiPosted 8/17/2013 11:43:44 PM
Regardless, TC wanted to know, and I'm here to deliver. The hardest game to max.
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#15Joeofmars(Topic Creator)Posted 8/17/2013 11:47:50 PM
LOL, calm down guys. Just a random question I wanted to know the answer too. DerPancake delivered the answer, like he always seems to do for me, haha.

Even though I didn't mention it in the OP, I kind of meant games without mods.
#16Reaper_MinionPosted 8/18/2013 12:02:29 AM
For Skyrim, just don't go overboard with mods and your FPS will be fine. The game itself is laughably easy to max.
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#17analogmanPosted 8/18/2013 1:21:28 AM
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Altmadragon posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Probably Skyrim with mods. I don't think you could build a computer to max it.


Skyrim is a cpu intensive game, you can build a tower that can max it.

It fact most mods for it helps the game run more smoothly, unless you totally ignore all the user patches an fixes.


No. There are plenty of mods which make it look better and harder to max. Follow this link:

http://kotaku.com/5961994/what-skyrim-looks-like-when-youre-running-100-mods-at-once

It runs at about 5 fps on an i7/GTX670. I'd like to see somebody max it (60 fps 1080p constant) with those specific mods.


thats worth maxing...
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#18shaun239Posted 8/18/2013 1:42:04 AM
Ha_D00D posted...
TheOceIot posted...
The Witcher 3


Seriously? My 7970 pulls 30 fps maxed out with ubersampling. It's a damn good card, but not in the same league as the $600+ cards. Terrible example for the present.


Are you from the future?
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#19daemon_danPosted 8/18/2013 1:44:00 AM
analogman posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Altmadragon posted...
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Probably Skyrim with mods. I don't think you could build a computer to max it.


Skyrim is a cpu intensive game, you can build a tower that can max it.

It fact most mods for it helps the game run more smoothly, unless you totally ignore all the user patches an fixes.


No. There are plenty of mods which make it look better and harder to max. Follow this link:

http://kotaku.com/5961994/what-skyrim-looks-like-when-youre-running-100-mods-at-once

It runs at about 5 fps on an i7/GTX670. I'd like to see somebody max it (60 fps 1080p constant) with those specific mods.


thats worth maxing...


it's pretty easy to do, actually. It's his custom grass mod that chokes his FPS (which isn't available to the public) and I'm using all the mods on his list at a 45-60 FPS on an i7 and GTX680.
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#20TimePharaohPosted 8/18/2013 1:44:45 AM
Ha_D00D posted...
TheOceIot posted...
The Witcher 3


Seriously? My 7970 pulls 30 fps maxed out with ubersampling. It's a damn good card, but not in the same league as the $600+ cards. Terrible example for the present.


Well, for one, what's it like in your time?

Second, nobody wants to play a game at 30fps unless they're a peasant. It's always what does it take to get 60fps minimum.
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