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GTX 1050 on Games?

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Anybody know how good a GTX 1050 could run on the following games on Low, Medium, and in High setting in the following games?

-Call of Duty: Black Ops lll

-Fortnite (shadows on lowest all the time)

-Gears of War 4

-PUBG

-GSGO: Global Offensive

-H1Z1

-Heroes and Generals

-Battlefield V

-Warframe

-The Forest 

-Fallout 4

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Your cpu plays a role too. A quad core will still make you suffer in battlefield and call of duty, so low isn't gonna help much. The only game I see running well on this card at high is fallout, very graphically simple, and you still won't get full 60 most of the time. Counter strike global offensive: global offensive is also gonna run pretty well, but due to the competitive nature, you'll likely want to turn settings down to get higher frames.


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the question able games would be Battlefield,COD, and gears of war. Battlefield and COD require a lot of RAM (for a game) and CPU power in addition to a decent GPU, especially in multiplayer. So if your plan is to throw a 1050 in a cheap PC with a duel core Athlon/pentium or something it might not be the best idea. I would stick to the recommended specs for Battlefield since it is the newest, and they recommend a quad core. 1050 should be ok for med/low settings its the rest of the PC  I'm worried about since you didn't specify what exactly you are putting it in     


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