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what games will I be able to run on these specs:

AMD FX 6300

nVidia geforce gtx 9800

8GB HyperX Fury ram

im interested in games like fortnite valorant overwatch etc

 

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2 of the 3 games you've listed are free. Why not just try them and see what performance you get?

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8 minutes ago, highrusher said:

what games will I be able to run on these specs:

AMD FX 6300

nVidia geforce gtx 9800

8GB HyperX Fury ram

im interested in games like fortnite valorant overwatch etc

 

A 9800 is going to have a real hard time running anything from the last !5 years. That GPU is ~10 years old, a lot has changed since then....

 

It may run them at 720p without too much issue, fortnite at least. Fortnite is free..... so if you have the system give it a shot!

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15 minutes ago, highrusher said:

what games will I be able to run on these specs:

AMD FX 6300

nVidia geforce gtx 9800

8GB HyperX Fury ram

im interested in games like fortnite valorant overwatch etc

 

Do you mean GTX 980 or 9800 GTX? 

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Is that a GTX 980, if so then you can probably run most things just at far from max settings. If that's a 9800 GTX then you might hit some walls because of APIs and other features that that old card dosnt support

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17 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Do you mean GTX 980 or 9800 GTX? 

9800 gtx

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13 minutes ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

Is that a GTX 980, if so then you can probably run most things just at far from max settings. If that's a 9800 GTX then you might hit some walls because of APIs and other features that that old card dosnt support

is the gtx 260 any better

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8 minutes ago, highrusher said:

is the gtx 260 any better

Probably not

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Probably not Crysis.

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8 hours ago, highrusher said:

what games will I be able to run on these specs:

AMD FX 6300

nVidia geforce gtx 9800

8GB HyperX Fury ram

im interested in games like fortnite valorant overwatch etc

 

As Fatih says, Fortnite and Valorant are free - so there's nothing stopping you downloading them and trying to tinker with your settings. 

 

I mean, they can get Fortnite (well, a version of) to run on mobile and Switch, so it isn't the most demanding game to get up and running. 

 

Yes, obviously, if you have the components it can look nice - with all the expected effects and clarity, and high fps.

 

Most top players turn everything down to achieve maximum fps anyway, so your experience won't be as terrible as you might think...if it'll run.

 

Unless your data allowance makes it difficult to download those games, or you don't have the time, I say just go for it, mate.

 

At least you'll know for certain one way or another. 

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Out of the 3 i only played overwatch. And im sure you will not get any fun performance with this card. Its way too old.

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