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Dark Souls isnt too hard to run is it?

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User Info: Carbon_Deoxxys

Carbon_Deoxxys
3 years ago#1
I can play:
Battlefield 3 lowest settings at 40fps
Arkham City -high s. - 30fps
borderlands 2 medium 30fps (maybe i can do more?)

User Info: grampamurked

grampamurked
3 years ago#2
Www.canirunit.com
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User Info: Carbon_Deoxxys

Carbon_Deoxxys
3 years ago#3
grampamurked posted...
Www.canirunit.com


That site says you can run anything though (crysis 2 lol). I want to know if i can run it well

User Info: Lucavi000

Lucavi000
3 years ago#4
Yea you should be fine since the game caps at 30 FPS and isn't too demanding as it's pretty much a straight forward port.

User Info: grampamurked

grampamurked
3 years ago#5
Carbon_Deoxxys posted...
grampamurked posted...
Www.canirunit.com


That site says you can run anything though (crysis 2 lol). I want to know if i can run it well


That site has never failed me and I've used it for every major game. It gives you a sliding scale for performance and offers suggestions if you fall below the ability to run on maximum settings. It has never been wrong for me.
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User Info: Snadados

Snadados
3 years ago#6
Dark Souls was a very quick and dirty port and runs quite poorly on PC.

I originally played Dark Souls on PC with an i5 2500k running at stock and a 6870 and there are many places where the game would drop to sub 20 fps.
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grampamurked
3 years ago#7
Snadados posted...
Dark Souls was a very quick and dirty port and runs quite poorly on PC.

I originally played Dark Souls on PC with an i5 2500k running at stock and a 6870 and there are many places where the game would drop to sub 20 fps.


I have it on console and pc and most of the chugging occurs in the same places on both. With blightown being the worst. Having said that the game is more than playable on pc.

Additionally TC I think you would be fine based on your other games
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User Info: dekou

dekou
3 years ago#8
Modded DS drops below 20 FPS on my i7 and 760 GTX from time to time. Still, you should be fine for most of the game, especially if you don't mod and play at crappy 720p.

User Info: ThePCElitist

ThePCElitist
3 years ago#9
Snadados posted...
Dark Souls was a very quick and dirty port and runs quite poorly on PC.

I originally played Dark Souls on PC with an i5 2500k running at stock and a 6870 and there are many places where the game would drop to sub 20 fps.


There are patches to fix everything and more here.
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User Info: d209999

d209999
3 years ago#10
ThePCElitist posted...
Snadados posted...
Dark Souls was a very quick and dirty port and runs quite poorly on PC.

I originally played Dark Souls on PC with an i5 2500k running at stock and a 6870 and there are many places where the game would drop to sub 20 fps.


There are patches to fix everything and more here.


Fan patches. His point that it was a poor port still stands.
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