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Old 01-11-16, 05:19 PM
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Bethesda releases the PC system requirements for Dishonored 2

Bethesda releases the PC system requirements for Dishonored 2 as well as detailing the game's graphical settings.



Read more on Dishonored 2's PC system requirements.

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Old 01-11-16, 05:31 PM
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that awkward moment then your PC just about meets the recommended requirements...
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Old 01-11-16, 11:44 PM
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I love that the recommended specs aren't really anything to write home about, Sorry Permafrost...

But it's good to see a game that doesn't need immense amounts of power to run decently, Well, Going by the recommended specs.
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Old 02-11-16, 01:42 AM
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Recommended specs may as well be minimum when you want a good gaming experience
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Old 06-11-16, 05:42 PM
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That's kind of the average nowadays for a major release, 480 or 1060.

Recommended is for 1080p/60FPS max settings?
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Les sigh. 680s just don't cut the mustard these days i guess.

I'll look art upgrading one of these days.
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I'm finding my HD 7870 is still doing fine at 720p. As soon as I grab a monitor upgrade I'll need a GPU too; that XFX R9 Fury is damn tempting at £270.
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Would be nice if Bethesda released an HD textures update.

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I'm finding my HD 7870 is still doing fine at 720p. As soon as I grab a monitor upgrade I'll need a GPU too; that XFX R9 Fury is damn tempting at £270.
Look at Angrygoldfish' last 2 comments in this thread and then re-think the Fiji cards -

https://forum.overclock3d.net/showth...397#post924397
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I'm finding my HD 7870 is still doing fine at 720p. As soon as I grab a monitor upgrade I'll need a GPU too; that XFX R9 Fury is damn tempting at £270.
It's tempting, but I don't think it'll be worth it. 4GB is enough for 1080p and 1440p. It's even enough for 4k in some instances, not that you should consider buying a Fury for 4k. But if you intend to keep your GPU as long as you likely kept your 7970, I personally feel it will be worth considering waiting for Vega. There may be a heavily cut down version of Vega 10 that will perform in line with a 1070 but with vastly superior memory configuration (quite possible HBM2 8GB minimum) and improved TDP. Power consumption isn't everything, but it matters to me. I don't mind a card drawing tons of power if it has tons of power. The Fury GPU is now a midrange GPU when this time last year it was just below AMD's flagship and cost €650.
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Old 07-11-16, 09:43 AM
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It's tempting, but I don't think it'll be worth it. 4GB is enough for 1080p and 1440p. It's even enough for 4k in some instances, not that you should consider buying a Fury for 4k. But if you intend to keep your GPU as long as you likely kept your 7970, I personally feel it will be worth considering waiting for Vega. There may be a heavily cut down version of Vega 10 that will perform in line with a 1070 but with vastly superior memory configuration (quite possible HBM2 8GB minimum) and improved TDP. Power consumption isn't everything, but it matters to me. I don't mind a card drawing tons of power if it has tons of power. The Fury GPU is now a midrange GPU when this time last year it was just below AMD's flagship and cost €650.
Vega is certainly an exciting prospect. It all really depends on when things get released. I'm never guaranteed a time to purchase so I tend to keep a rolling plan going and then pull the trigger on whatever I've decided when the cash is available.

My current plan is to learn to water-cool. I'd rather spend my cash on water-cooling equipment for a more exciting build than higher end hardware so I need a card that'll take a block as my first step. Right now I'm torn between the Fury and an EVGA GTX 1060 FTW+ (which will accept a reference GTX1070/80 block).
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