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can my pc run it?

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Play games, sure.. will it be a good experience? Not really...  you will need to turn down settings to a combination of medium/low to get playable frame rates at 4k. The 1060 6gb is perfect for 1080p and starts to struggle a bit at 1440p. 4k will not be a good user experience. To get a good gaming experience at 4k, you will need a 1080 minimum to play at a mix of medium/high settings. 

Hello, i have just finished my bulding pc! 
I want to buy a new monitor on black friday, and i want a 4k screen. will my pc be able to play games at 4k? or?

CPU
    Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4.00GHz
RAM
    16.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 800MHz
Graphics
2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Motherboard
   MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition

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Play games, sure.. will it be a good experience? Not really...  you will need to turn down settings to a combination of medium/low to get playable frame rates at 4k. The 1060 6gb is perfect for 1080p and starts to struggle a bit at 1440p. 4k will not be a good user experience. To get a good gaming experience at 4k, you will need a 1080 minimum to play at a mix of medium/high settings. 

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Thanks for answer. i have thought of buying a 1080, but i dont have the money yet.. i guess watching movies in 4k will be no problem. only the fps in game will be a problem... 
Having two monitors like 1080 and one 4k will work fine?

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23 minutes ago, Bjarturr said:

Thanks for answer. i have thought of buying a 1080, but i dont have the money yet.. i guess watching movies in 4k will be no problem. only the fps in game will be a problem... 
Having two monitors like 1080 and one 4k will work fine?

Just get a 4k monitor and run your games at 1080p, which is the resolution the 1060 is intended for. Since 4k <-> 1080p is a perfect scaling, you won't have any problems, it might even look slighty better than in a 1080p native monitor.

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