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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

hey all, so i recently downloaded the witcher 3, i have a intel core 2 duo, 4gb dd2 ram, gtx460v2 and 768p monitor
but it has a lot of frezes and fps drops in every few moments, otherwise it's runing it with 30 smooth fps, can you tell me is it thecause of cpu or ram ?
and if so can i fix it without buying any new parts for the pc...
thanks!

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the freezes are most likely from the cpu but all the components are well below the minimum specs for the witcher which i'm assuming you already know. 

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1 minute ago, Cigano said:

the freezes are most likely from the cpu but all the components are well below the minimum specs for the witcher which i'm assuming you already know. 

yes i do know that, i downloaded it just for fun, but  i was suprised when it run with 30fps 
do you think quad core will fix it tho ?

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3 minutes ago, george.babi123 said:

yes i do know that, i downloaded it just for fun, but  i was suprised when it run with 30fps 
do you think quad core will fix it tho ?

Not sure. I think the gtx 460's 1gb of vram is a huge issue for the witcher as well. 

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Frankly your RAM, CPU, and GPU are grossly insufficient.  You need a whole new system.

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