Good PC specs?

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3 years ago#1
Hey all, I'm thinking about purchasing a used desktop for gaming as my laptop is getting very outdated. Just wondering how battlefield 3 would hold up with these specs and if this purchase is worth my time and money.

Specs:
3 gig ram
600 watt power supply
evga gtx 260 core 216 superclocked edition
320 gig baraccuda hard drive
5.1 surround sound card
cooler master heat sink
3 years ago#2
dont know bout 3 gigs of ram
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3 years ago#3
I forgot to mention the processor: core 2 duo E6600
3 years ago#4
Probably run decently on medium settings, what resolution are you going to be playing at though?
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3 years ago#5
The GPU is okay(probably low or medium smooth, depending on the resolution

For multiplayer, I'm not sure if the CPU is going to cut it
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3 years ago#6
too slow; I run on an E8400 and with a Radeon 6670 I am barely breaking 40 fps on all low at 720p with 5 GB of RAM.
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3 years ago#7
I would advise just getting a brand new budget build instead of a used PC.
3 years ago#8
Snuckie7 posted...
I would advise just getting a brand new budget build instead of a used PC.


This.
3 years ago#9
CPU is barely enough. RAM is kinda tight, but doable. GPU is good enough for medium.
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