The PC gaming going to mad, the requirements of games are insane. You need just $1000+ for a Graphic Card to run game better as you can avail a PS4 or Xbox One for $400. What is going on? Here are the 10 most graphically demanding PC games of 2014.
I feel like some of these should be in a poorly optimized for PC list rather than being graphically demanding....
assassins creed unity is pitiful for performance.
They have to state whether PC will have 60fps support thanks to last years games locking games at 30fps.
To be honest, a 30 FPS cap on a PC game is a pretty rare thing all things considered. There's just been an influx of them recently.
Spend hundreds on PC hardware to run these game, hardware that'll be obsolete next year. Or but an Xbox One or PS4.
Which are obsolete now. Good thinking, save a year.
Don't forget about steam and the sales.
"hardware that'll be obsolete next year. Or but an Xbox One or PS4." You mean the things that were "obsolete" years ago? Better hardware existing does not mean that current setups are somehow incapable of playing games all of sudden. You can make a PC investment stretch for years if you really need it to.
That's odd considering a 4+ year old GTX 480 is able to beat both consoles in WD's while underclocked, all hardware can be considered "obsolete" the moment its put out (including consoles) but that doesn't mean it still isn't capable of gaming on higher/maxed settings. https://www.youtube.com/wat...
but if anyone have hobby of gaming he can afford , you dont have this hobby so you think like this
Just hate AC Unity
This article is ridiculous. You don't "need $1000+ for a graphic card to run game better." You can spend $150 and literally play games better than on Ps4 or X1. Then he compares pc to consoles? WTF does this have to do with graphically demanding games? Just shut your mouth and talk about Pc graphics. Take your anti Pc agenda elsewhere.
Indeed. I like to see what my PC can push so I thought this might be an interesting article just based on the headline, but that thought was dashed as soon as I read that $1000 line. Does the article even go on to talk about the the games? Do you personally have 2 or 3 recommendations?
Well shadow of mordor is really pushing my card. Wolfenstein would be a other beaut on custom settings. Keep in mind I only have a gtx670 though. I really really want to try Ryse on max, but it is still pretty pricey on Steam. What card are you running Volkama?
Yeah I am watching Ryse on G2A, it was down to about £18 last time I looked. Not terrible, but considering I already have it on the XBox it's probably worth waiting a bit longer. I'm almost ashamed to say what hardware I have because it's excessive, but I'll say Dragon Age Inquisition looks nice at 4k :o
I started playing The evil within with just an on board video on my ASUS P8Z77-V LX FPS was only average like 7 but got through chapter 3. I decided to get a video card GTX 750 TI. Motherboard has I7 3770k CPU @ 3.50GHz. Nothing top of the line but stable and realable, nevr had a crash or issue, can remove black bars I've heard but doesn't bother me. I think it's a great game to short, should have more chapters.
Now consider, your pocket empty
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