Can my computer run this?

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4 years ago#1

Sorry to be one of 'those people' but I havent played PC games in nearly 10 years lol. My friend is helping me build a new gaming rig and I am wondering if this will be good enough to run Shogun 2 (and the other Total War games) at a fairly high setting?

MSI 870A Fuzion Motherboard AM3 DDR3
AMD Phenom II 960T Quad Core Processor
XFX Radeon HD 6790 Video Card
8 GB Memory
Coolmax 1000W PSU
500GB-1TB HDD (undecided)

Of course Im mainly curious about the processor and videocard since Im fairly out of the loop. Id really appreciate any help. Thanks alot.

4 years ago#2
Yes.
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4 years ago#3

Thanks

4 years ago#4
You should be able to max / high it.
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4 years ago#5

Ah cool. Good to know. I might as well also ask anyone if its true the Total War games before Empire are sluggish on multi-core processors? Or if thats just rumor.

4 years ago#6
If they are, I haven't noticed it.

Medieval 2 will sometimes say reinforcements can't arrive due to system limitations, but the game itself is never slow for me.

And Rome is no contest. Game is easy to run.
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4 years ago#7
You really need 1000W? Make sure that a 600W power supply might be more than enough for that rig. I'm only seeing only one vid card, so that rig won't need *that* much juice to run.

Edit: I can see it happening if you're planning on upgrading by adding another card and crossfire it, but if it's not, make sure that you're not blowing unnecessary amounts of $ on that power supply.
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4 years ago#8

blackcat no13 posted...
You really need 1000W? Make sure that a 600W power supply might be more than enough for that rig. I'm only seeing only one vid card, so that rig won't need *that* much juice to run.

Edit: I can see it happening if you're planning on upgrading by adding another card and crossfire it, but if it's not, make sure that you're not blowing unnecessary amounts of $ on that power supply.




Thanks for the heads up. And youre right, it would be for adding another videocard down the line.

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