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Is there any site to know what configurations are needed to play a game 60fps 1080p ultra settings

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Go to solution Solved by Jurrunio,

there are those I think what you mean, but do not expect any accuracy. The most reliable way is to check reviews (Either on their own sites like tomshardware, or Youtube like Hardware Unboxed, or both like Gamers Nexus) on a single GPU and see how they perform in such game (if its tested).

Well this is a really informative post asking a question with giving ZERO specs on how potato his rig is... 

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Just now, Skiiwee29 said:

Well this is a really informative post asking a question with giving ZERO specs on how potato his rig is... 

I just wanna search what is the ideal rig for a any particular games for running it on 1080p 60fps

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https://www.nzxt.com/bldnow is a good place to start. You can select a few games and what you want to be able to play them at and it will give you hardware to choose to achieve that performance. 

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The best place is this thing called "benchmarks" which contain real world results rather than some random numbers pulled out of a calculator.

You can find "benchmarks" on this special search engine called google, and you can search for different games and different resolutions and different quality settings.

Google images makes it easy to find what you're looking for too.

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there are those I think what you mean, but do not expect any accuracy. The most reliable way is to check reviews (Either on their own sites like tomshardware, or Youtube like Hardware Unboxed, or both like Gamers Nexus) on a single GPU and see how they perform in such game (if its tested).

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2 minutes ago, Enderman said:

The best place is this thing called "benchmarks" which contain real world results rather than some random numbers pulled out of a calculator.

You can find "benchmarks" on this special search engine called google, and you can search for different games and different resolutions and different quality settings.

Google images makes it easy to find what you're looking for too.

Even benchmarks dont show the real values when you play games it always run below benchmarks

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Just now, robby999 said:

Even benchmarks dont show the real values when you play games it always run below benchmarks

I mean benchmarks of real world games, not artificial benchmarks.

Aka a person with X GPU and Y CPU plays a game and tells you their average framerate.

If you have the same specs as them then you should not be running any lower than what they got, unless you did something wrong.

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Just now, Enderman said:

I mean benchmarks of real world games, not artificial benchmarks.

Aka a person with X GPU and Y CPU plays a game and tells you their average framerate.

If you have the same specs as them then you should not be running any lower than what they got, unless you did something wrong.

Yea this sounds about right

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1 minute ago, robby999 said:

Even benchmarks dont show the real values when you play games it always run below benchmarks

then the reliable source left may be the official games requirements for high settings, and bump it up a bit yourself

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