AMD average fps?

I have recently purchased a budget gaming PC and I am waiting for It to be delivered...It has an FX 6350 cpu (6 core) and a Palit GTX 960 gpu. What sort of FPS would I be getting?

I will be playing games like GTA V (with mods), H1Z1, Gmod, and things like that. I did a benchmark test on google and it said that I'll get an average of 75fps on GTA V with high settings at 720p, but from what I've read I doubt that. So realistically what sort of fps will I be reaching?

Full PC specs:

-FX6350
-Palit GTX 960
-1tb hard drive
-8gb 1600GHz RAM
-Windows 7
-21.5" 1080p monitor (2ms)
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  1. It will depend how much VRAM your GPU has. The 4GB version of the 960 will allow higher res and texture settings. The game also uses quite a bit of RAM, so make sure you have as many background programs as possible turned off.

    This is probably best case scenario on a 960, but this one has 4GB VRAM.

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  2. Frag Maniac said:
    It will depend how much VRAM your GPU has. The 4GB version of the 960 will allow higher res and texture settings. The game also uses quite a bit of RAM, so make sure you have as many background programs as possible turned off.

    This is probably best case scenario on a 960, but this one has 4GB VRAM.





    I honestly have no idea what gb the graphics card is, or what VRAM my processor has; I'll have to figure it all out when the PC arrives. I bought it prebuilt and it NORMALLY comes with the GTX 1080 TI graphics card running Windows 10. The one I bought has the exact same specs except it's the only one I could find with a Palit GTX 960 instead, running Windows 7.

    Here is a link to the GTX 1080 TI one on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00CMQWJXQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1507333166&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=amd+gaming+pc&dpPl=1&dpID=51b-5D9FFFL&ref=plSrch
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  3. Palit makes that card in both 4GB and 2GB, but yeah, that's definitely something you need to pay attention to at time of purchase.
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  4. Frag Maniac said:
    Palit makes that card in both 4GB and 2GB, but yeah, that's definitely something you need to pay attention to at time of purchase.


    I have mainly played console games, so I'll be used to low fps, ect; that's fine. My main worry is lag. I don't want to purchase or even attempt to play a game which isn't playable due to lag. Due to my CPU and GPU not being good enough.

    If and when I get GTA V i'll be downloading FiveM which is quite a big mod (almost a whole new game), so hopefully my PC can handle it.

    Like I said, I did a benchmark test on Google (on some website) before I purchased the PC and it said I will get an average of 75fps on GTA V witj high settings at 720p.
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  5. Buy the game through steam.
    If it dosent run to your liking, return it. You have 2 weeks or two hours of gameplay (whichever comes first) to request a refund.

    Dont worry about some projected FPS or online guides that are always wrong.
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  6. Gam3r01 said:
    Buy the game through steam.
    If it dosent run to your liking, return it. You have 2 weeks or two hours of gameplay (whichever comes first) to request a refund.

    Dont worry about some projected FPS or online guides that are always wrong.


    lol, I didn't think that 75fps sounded quite right...My friend has the exact same PC but with the GTX 1050 TI (2gb) and he said that he can run GTA V, H1Z1, and things like that fine. Obviously I have a different GPU but the rest of the computer is exactly the same as my friends one. This is the one my friend has:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00CMQWJXQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1507333166&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=amd+gaming+pc&dpPl=1&dpID=51b-5D9FFFL&ref=plSrch
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  7. I ran it on a Phenom II (roughly the same gaming performance as your processor) and a 760 fairly well at medium 1080p.
    Dont worry about it, while GTA can get demanding, it also runs fairly well on lower end systems. Additionally, the 720p resolution will greatly help.
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