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can I play Star Citizen with my rig?

good day sirs!

im wondering if I could run star citizen on my rig? with playable fps? if so, on what settings?

i3 4170
msi gtx 750 ti oc 2gb
8gb 1333

i play on 1366x768 btw!

thanks in advance sirs! :)
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  1. Minimum CPU requirement is a i5-2500K @ 3.3GHz. Your GPU and RAM are OK, but your CPU will probably limit you to low settings at best.
  2. Milheim said:
    Minimum CPU requirement is a i5-2500K @ 3.3GHz. Your GPU and RAM are OK, but your CPU will probably limit you to low settings at best.


    noted. thank you sir! :)
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    EnioFace said:
    good day sirs!

    im wondering if I could run star citizen on my rig? with playable fps? if so, on what settings?

    i3 4170
    msi gtx 750 ti oc 2gb
    8gb 1333

    i play on 1366x768 btw!

    thanks in advance sirs! :)


    Hey Friend, your i3 supports 4 threads via HT...so I highly doubt you'll have any issue on the CPU front. IMO, a 750ti will be able to give you 60fps on low settings @ 768p

    http://www.gamersnexus.net/game-bench/2235-star-citizen-alpha-2-graphics-card-benchmark

    Cheers!
  4. toddybody said:
    EnioFace said:
    good day sirs!

    im wondering if I could run star citizen on my rig? with playable fps? if so, on what settings?

    i3 4170
    msi gtx 750 ti oc 2gb
    8gb 1333

    i play on 1366x768 btw!

    thanks in advance sirs! :)


    Hey Friend, your i3 supports 4 threads via HT...so I highly doubt you'll have any issue on the CPU front. IMO, a 750ti will be able to give you 60fps on low settings @ 768p

    thaaank sir! that made my day!

    http://www.gamersnexus.net/game-bench/2235-star-citizen-alpha-2-graphics-card-benchmark

    Cheers!
  5. It will be "playable", even in it's current state. but a newer/more powerful gpu with 4GB vram or more would make a pretty huge difference. So I would put that next on your upgrade list for future Star Citizen goodness.

    Also SC can and will run across as many cpu cores as you have, pretty much. And loads MUCH faster from an SSD.
    Things to keep in mind for any possible upgrades in the future.
  6. exroofer said:
    It will be "playable", even in it's current state. but a newer/more powerful gpu with 4GB vram or more would make a pretty huge difference. So I would put that next on your upgrade list for future Star Citizen goodness.

    Also SC can and will run across as many cpu cores as you have, pretty much. And loads MUCH faster from an SSD.
    Things to keep in mind for any possible upgrades in the future.


    will do! thank you sir!
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