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Cooper Edginton
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Ok so i got an old pc that i found laying around at home, its got an i7 2600, 8gb ddr3 ram, ati radeon ( not sure which one) and a 1.5 rb hard drive, im thinking of upgrading all of this (maybe not the gpu) how ever i dont have a monitor yet, i think i might get one off my friend. Anyways is this a good PC to run r6s on any settings idc?

 

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Oh and is got a 250w psu i think i saw

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PSU is bad and about playing games - who knows. You don't know what Radeon it is. CPU is fine, ram too.

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CPU RAM and HDD is fine

GTX 1050ti or equivilant would be a good sweet spot

ive been playing games @ 1080p with an Phenom X6 1090t for 7 years up until recently. the i7 2600 is better and should be fine for medium-high settings

the GPU will most probably be the biggest bottleneck - wit ha 250W PSU i cant imagine it being a very powerful GPU, may need upgrade

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R6S is super easy to run. Put in a GTX1050 and you're done. Also check whether you need a normal sized one or a low profile version.

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