Will My Rig Run NBA 2K15 Smoothly on Low settings?

My rig:Windows 8 Pro 64bit
Intel Core i3 540 @3.07GHz
1GB NVDIA GeForce210
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  1. - http://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=20619&game=NBA%202K15
    I guess but you would of course get low fps
    cause I had similar rig and played 2k14 with lags
  2. depends on how you define smooth, most likely you will be playing below 30fps even at low settings and resolution. that will be a bummer since you're going to spend $60 on a game and play with dismal graphic settings.
  3. wh3resmycar said:
    depends on how you define smooth, most likely you will be playing below 30fps even at low settings and resolution. that will be a bummer since you're going to spend $60 on a game and play with dismal graphic settings.

    How low do I have to tweak my game to make it become playable?
  4. SmooveGamer said:
    wh3resmycar said:
    depends on how you define smooth, most likely you will be playing below 30fps even at low settings and resolution. that will be a bummer since you're going to spend $60 on a game and play with dismal graphic settings.

    How low do I have to tweak my game to make it become playable?


    Lowest settings defined
    maybe you will get a 20 fps average
  5. the lowest possible settings, even the previous gen version would run bad on your rig.

    actually skip everything i've said, it will not be a pleasant experience. you can upgrade the card to r7 250x and get better results without breaking the bank.
  6. JamesHeller said:
    SmooveGamer said:
    wh3resmycar said:
    depends on how you define smooth, most likely you will be playing below 30fps even at low settings and resolution. that will be a bummer since you're going to spend $60 on a game and play with dismal graphic settings.

    How low do I have to tweak my game to make it become playable?


    Lowest settings defined
    maybe you will get a 20 fps average

    is 20fps considered playable?
  7. SmooveGamer said:
    JamesHeller said:
    SmooveGamer said:
    wh3resmycar said:
    depends on how you define smooth, most likely you will be playing below 30fps even at low settings and resolution. that will be a bummer since you're going to spend $60 on a game and play with dismal graphic settings.

    How low do I have to tweak my game to make it become playable?


    Lowest settings defined
    maybe you will get a 20 fps average

    is 20fps considered playable?


    Nope its considered laggy
    but atleast not unplayable
  8. wh3resmycar said:
    the lowest possible settings, even the previous gen version would run bad on your rig.

    actually skip everything i've said, it will not be a pleasant experience. you can upgrade the card to r7 250x and get better results without breaking the bank.

    actually it ran exceptionally well on medium.
  9. uhm no, it doesn't run exceptionally well on medium at least to my liking. well we both have different views on what is playable and like what i've said spending $60 on a game and then playing it at less than 30fps with dismal visuals, and for a sports game, that pointless.
  10. wh3resmycar said:
    uhm no, it doesn't run exceptionally well on medium at least to my liking. well we both have different views on what is playable and like what i've said spending $60 on a game and then playing it at less than 30fps with dismal visuals, and for a sports game, that pointless.


    yep
    if the rig does not satisfy the game's minimmum requirements
    then its recommended to upgrade rig first
    spending another 60$ for laggy experience is waste of money
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