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Hi I just have a few questions Arma runs at like 20-23 fps at low and I think it is my graphics card. I have a nvidia something and I was wondering if you guys could tell me witch runs this game at an decent level, and without lowering my wallet to deep of a level.

 

Any help would be great thx

 

 

TmanerDoesGaming.

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If you are looking for a new graphics card or CPU, look into the following.  A easy way to get an estimate on what you GPU and CPU can handle is by doing the following...

Start (button in the bottom left) =====> Right click on "Computer" =====> Click "Windows Experience Index" or "Get your rating" etc. =====>

after a few seconds you will get something that looks like this =====> http://puu.sh/eQ6JD/6e7b32bcf9.jpg =====> If your processor is under a 6.7 or so, that's what you need, if your gaming graphics are under a 7.0 or so, that is what you need.  Below you can find some graphics cards and a great CPU for extremely cheap.  Those are the best things to can get with your money, if you have a bigger budget go for a http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819117403&cm_re=i7-_-19-117-403-_-Product

Good luck, have fun.

 

I posted the following in a separate post at    ...

 

 

The AMD FX-8350 is most definitely the most bang for your buck.  Under 200$, some motherboards cant hold it, but luckily mine could so i picked this baby up, performs like a beast, you shouldn't have any issues with it.  At the moment I'm using a AMD R9 270x graphics card, if, again, you want the most bang for your buck, pick up a R9 270 or 270x and you wont have any trouble with any game.  All recommendations/pointers if your interested in upgrading your PC, go crazy.

 

R9 270x link: http://www.newegg.co...N=-1&isNodeId=1

AMD FX-8350 8 core 4.0GHz CPU link: http://www.newegg.co...3-284-_-Product

 

PS:  If you decide to get a 270x or a 280, make sure you have a good enough power supply because they are pretty power hungry compared to the 270.

 

Regards -

Thanatos

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i7 nivida something

1td hard drive

24g ram

msi motherboard 

a fan XD

If you want real help you need to give a little more information.

 

Example: My Build

CPU: Intel i7 4770k

GPU: Nvidia GTX 780 Ti

MoBo: Asus Maximus VI Hero

RAM: 16GB

 

Cant tell you much without the part numbers.

also the resolution of your monitor is pretty important.

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