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Pentium Dual-Core E6600 3.06ghz + Palit GTX 750Ti StormX OC 2gb gddr5, Can it Run these games?

Hi, I know this system is almost a decade old if I'm not mistaken. But my friend is giving to it for me for free so who am I not to accept it.

here are the specs though:

CPU: Pentium Dual-Core E6600 3.06gh (Wolfdale)
Motherboard: Asus P5GC-MX/1333
RAM: 4gb ddr2
GPU: Palit GTX 750ti StormX OC 2gb gddr5
PSU: EVGA 430w

so there about the games that I wanted, you may laugh at me for this but ..

GTA V (even on the lowest possible settings or a mix of low-med)
Dying Light (Hopefully)
Resident Evil 7
Doom
*these are just the most recent games that I would include on the list, others would be

Spec Ops: The Line
Alan Wake
Skyrim
DOTA 2

so there .. thanks!
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  1. These would be severely limited by the CPU. The Pentium dual core E-series CPUs should in no way be used to game anymore. If you want, you can pick up something like a i5-760 and an 1156 motherboard to at least have a decent-ish quad core, which will REALLY boost performance. I got a mobo and i5 760 for about ~$40 on ebay, and it was totally worth it for my second pc.
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  2. RektSkrubz said:
    These would be severely limited by the CPU. The Pentium dual core E-series CPUs should in no way be used to game anymore. If you want, you can pick up something like a i5-760 and an 1156 motherboard to at least have a decent-ish quad core, which will REALLY boost performance. I got a mobo and i5 760 for about ~$40 on ebay, and it was totally worth it for my second pc.


    yeah, however I'm not really planning on purchasing anything or upgrading, I would rarely use it anyways, maybe once a week during my rest days. You mentioned "these would be severely limited by the CPU". If I understood correctly is that it will RUN, and it would playable? my take for playable is starting from 20 fps though, thanks for the quick answer!
    Reply to xtacace
  3. I would not be sure of even 20fps with that CPU, but you can try.
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    The GTX 750Ti would be severely bottlenecked by the Intel Dual Core E6600 so even with the Low-end PC Mod on GTA V, which is a very well optimized videogame, expect to get around 15-20FPS or even less with tons of textures missing.

    I would greatly suggest you to swap the E6600 with a Core 2 Quad Q6600 or better and an aftermarket air cooler from Noctua or Cooler Master and overclock it. This with the 750Ti would provide 35+FPS on Normal-Medium settings in GTA V!
    Reply to Nvidia4LifeBro
  5. listen i have currently an Apu a10 7700k OCd at 4ghz gta v runs at locked 30 fps. BF1 too is running good. Remember tat games are made to make improvements in our PCs they write higher requiments. I always try to run games on lower specs than they write and i always good even with apu. I run also MGSV all MASS EFFECTs without last one. but in few hours i will receive a GTX 1050 ti:)
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