Is a 2500k@4.7GHz with a GTX 1060 6GB plently to play all games at full speed ?

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  1. Noob75
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    Of coarse by all games I mean the ones that are marked currently playable ? I'm hoping this setup will be enough for full speed 1080p game play, cause I really don't have the funds for cpu/motherboard/ram upgrade at this point. Anybody have a similar Intel PC as me if so how does it run Zelda Botw ? I don't have any games, so I can't test out for myself. Thanks
     
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  2. dpad_5678

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    Pay no attention to this thread. Was just a reason to brag.
     
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    If you want full speed, you'll also need a lot of RAM for the shader caches.
     
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    I wouldn't call a 2500k bragging material.
     
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    Dude I'm not bragging, I hate those guys that come on message broads asking if his *NEW* $2000 rig is good enough and he usually has the latest Intel CPU and a GTX card

    My CPU is 6 years old but is well OC'ed. I'm pretty sure 1060 6GB is plenty so I should have asked only about my CPU. Anyway by judging your response it looks like my CPU will do just fine. I won't upgrade then.

    Can anybody at least tell if I have some of head room with my setup or still cutting it close in some games ? Thanks
     
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    I don´t think 6GB RAM is enough to play the game at 1080p... also 8GB RAM is recommended for proper emulation, 4GB RAM is the minimum, but everything else seems ok, download a small game for testing porpuses, see how it runs.
    http://cemu.info/
     
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    Do you have at least 8 GB of RAM? If you don't, the games will run but with lots of stuttering.
     
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    Over there ;)
    Maybe you should just try it?
     
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    6 GB of VRAM should be plenty.
    (I assume it is VRAM since it's next to "GTX 1060" in the title)
     
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    He should just try and see how it runs or test performance with a small Wii U game.
     
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    What's wrong with you, man? Some weeks ago you were saying that hacking your Wii U was too hard and now you want to play Wii U games using emulator while still having Wii U? You really consider playing Zelda Botw in 10 fps on your PC better option than playing it natively?
     
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    My gosh what a load of BS posts in this thread. @Noob75 I have a 2500k @4.5ghz, 16gb ddr3 @2133, and GTX 1070. BotW is 30FPS just about everywhere but villages using 4k graphics pack. Villages average 20fps. Not sure how high a graphics pack the 1060 can do but by comparison a gt1030 on the same rig gives me the exact same FPS as the 1070 but only up to 1080p.
     
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    More than enough to play PUBG,OW,and GMOD.
     
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    Bragging about having a 1060? Kek.
     
  15. Noob75
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    Yes I have 8GB ram the 6GB was my vram.

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    I'd rather play them on the PC. Also I didn't know that Cemu had progressed as far as it did, I got a good chuck of change by selling my mint condition Wii U and the some other games I had enough to get my GTX 1060.

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    Thanks bud.
     
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    I don't know if your pc can run all the games at full speed. But i have a device called "wii u" and it can run all the wii u games at full speed. I can trade with you. This amazing device for your weak pc.
     
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    Wii u? What's that? It is edible?
     
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    weak...LOL it's still quite decent.
     
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    A good emulator allows for speedrunners to train in certain courses by using save states, or experiment with frame perfect inputs (aka TAS)
     
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    i believe you need the core i5500 to run cemu