Deus Ex: Mankind Divided System Requirements Revealed

Written by Jon Sutton on Thu, Aug 11, 2016 5:13 PM
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The offical system requirements for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided on PC have been revealed. Here's precisely what you'll need to get Adam Jensen's latest cybernetic jaunt up and running.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-2100 3.1 GHz or AMD FX-4130 3.8GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB System Memory
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
  • DX: DirectX 11
  • HDD: 45GB available storage space.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Recommended System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K 3.5 GHz or AMD FX-8350 4.0 GHz
  • RAM: 16 GB System Memory
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 480
  • DX: DirectX 12
  • HDD: 55GB available storage space (includes DLC)

Just as you'd expect from a game which scooped up best graphics at E3 a couple of years ago, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided comes with a beefy set of system requirements. 8GB RAM is seen as the absolute minimum, and in the GTX 660 and Radeon HD 7870 we're looking at decent mid-tier graphics cards from the last four years. Hopefully most of you should have that covered, because a doubt there's much wiggle room under those specs in truth. Fortunately CPU demands are comparatively light and a fairly quick dual-core processor will suffice.

Try to target the recommend specs for Deus Ex 4 though and things jump exponentially. As we've known since early days it's going to be a DirectX 12-capable title. That graphics API hasn't proven a great performer for Nvidia graphics cards just yet, so watch out.

You're looking at a $1000 right for those recommended Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, but it's worth bearing in mind this likely to be in order to max the graphics settings out at 1080p. It's here we see AMD's brand spanking new Radeon RX 480 put to the test. As we saw in our benchmarks it's capable of pulling in slightly better fps than the GTX 970, particularly in DX12, so expect an AMD rig to excel with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

Remember, you can always check out how well your PC can run the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided System Requirements here, where you can check benchmarking and performance from other users. Compare your graphics card to the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided benchmark chart.

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13:33 Aug-14-2016

can i run this at 1280x1024? what settings and fps?

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16:17 Aug-14-2016

Absolutely, I have a very similar set up like yours. Give High settings a try at that resolution.

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19:06 Aug-12-2016

"Beefy set of system requirements" Still lower then most Ubisoft games from the past 3 years XD

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11:26 Aug-12-2016

I left out sweets last night, I just got through a war against about 1000 ants. I hate ants. Anyway, I very much doubt the actual usage of the game would be 16GB. I played Battlefront @Ultra settings, 1080p and was only using around 6.7GB for me. And if I recall correctly that game was 16GB "recommended" before it's actual release. And maybe doing a comparison isn't wise, but most of these system recommendations aren't almost always true.

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11:36 Aug-12-2016

Well the "system requirements" apply to the computer itself, not just the game's requirements. If a game recommends 16 GB that means it will most likely use more than 8GB if it is able to.
The OS itself (Windows) also needs 1-1,5 GB RAM and considering the average user has 2-3 programs running in the background, 1-2GB for that as well.
So 8GB + 1,5 + 2 = 11,5 GB. And since using either an 8GB and a 4GB stick or using 3 sticks is a b!tch, it's 8 or 16.

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11:41 Aug-12-2016

Ah OK. Thanks for clearing that up. Though, I'm not sure who would actually run a game with other apps in the background, but maybe that's just me.

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Actually, what am I talking about? I do it all of the time lol. I typically don't run other apps when I'm benchmarking games. When I'm using it for my own personal use, I do use it with multi things running at once.

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12:01 Aug-12-2016

Thought as much. Whether it be your Browser, some capture software like FRAPS, OBS, ... VPN Software, Teamviewer, Teamspeak, Skype, ...
Anything counts. If you don't literally have to close all programs in order to play a game, you won't : P

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11:23 Aug-12-2016

Wow... So i should probably consider upgrading mi rig for the higher settings with playable FPS?
I managed Rise of the Tomb Raider just fine at 1080p on high settings with 40 fps or so... But this doesn't seem like it'll be the case.

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11:40 Aug-12-2016

I'd say you'll probably still do fine. However setting everything to high might be impossible.
If you happen to get the game before you upgrade, try playing with the settings, turning down things you don't need as much like shadows or reflections.
If that doesn't help, overclock ;P

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23:19 Aug-12-2016

Yeah shadow resolution is always one of the first things I look at turning down, along with level of detail (distant object rendering). Ambient occlusion can take a chunk out, as well, but I like to keep at least some form of AO on. Then there are usually a lot of other little effects that don't impact FPS that much.

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22:35 Aug-20-2016

Thanks for the helpful advice mates! ;) I got running RotTR on Ultra except I had to reduce texture quality to medium since my VRAM of 2+2GB wasn't clearly enough. So I will try tweak it with med-high settings at least. I am planning to upgrade around next spring when new GPUs come out. Until then... it's OC time! :D

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11:21 Aug-12-2016

Can i play this at med settings 720p?

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11:29 Aug-12-2016

For safe measures get an extra 4GB (if possible) and you should be able to do Medium settings.

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17:52 Aug-12-2016

Oh yeah, i forgot about the 8GB RAM part. Thanks :)

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17:53 Aug-12-2016

No prob :D

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09:01 Aug-12-2016

Here's hoping I could at least run High at 768p.

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16:29 Aug-12-2016

Holy bottleneck!

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17:13 Aug-12-2016

if u upgrade that cpu to something a bit better u would do fine...

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07:12 Aug-12-2016

So apparently 8GB RAM and a GTX 660 are "beefy". I don't know about you guys, and I know I can't speak for everyone, but isn't 8GB of RAM pretty standard these days? It literally costs nothing either. As for GPU.. considering you can get an AMD card for around 120 or a 750Ti (or similar) for around 150 bucks... are my low-ends that far off?
Do people really still use Windows XP machines with 2 GB of DDR2 RAM and an old 120GB hard drive because they have to?
Maybe I'm spoiled.

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08:23 Aug-12-2016

Dude you are fine with specs.Don,t worry about ancient people ;)

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08:30 Aug-12-2016

WOW, so much hate in that second comment. You guys should take into consideration that in some countries, stores raise their prices for new cards so that 150$ becomes 200$ or sometimes 250$. Now check out the economy of the country, taxes, paychecks and etc. and you might even raise that number to 500$. 8GB RAM is not that uncommon but good graphics cards, CPU's and an optimal cooling for longevity are.

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09:11 Aug-12-2016

I can't detect any hate in either of the comments bro, maybe I'm missing something but Hubi is being very reasonable as far as I'm concerned and Haider is only joking around.

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12:53 Aug-12-2016

And why do you search in both comments? I said "in that second comment" for a reason and i am still misunderstood. Hubi's comment is perfectly reasonable and i even gave him an upvote. Naturally i wanted to start a conversation with him but then the second comment appeared and things don't mix up. First of all - "you are fine with specs" and ancient people means that anything below hubi's 980 is ancient. You are being quick to dismiss a lot of people that way. I am NOT offended in any way but i am pointing out that the second comment has such a feel.

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13:01 Aug-12-2016

And second of all joking via a written message is an art form. It is not easy to detect and it caused the hatred of other people, hence the downvotes for both comments. People are easily offended and the second comment can fuel a lot of unnecessary hate. This is an unnecessary discussion that could have easily been avoided. Poor wording from my side and from Haide's side but just remember that "console peasants" is just as harmless yet often used as a hateful argument.

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13:05 Aug-12-2016

And lastly, it seems that both Divayth and Hubi did NOT read or fully understand my comment because you both have made arguments against my statement that i have ALREADY discussed. This too can cause hatred. All in all, everyone in this current discussion is quick to make assumptions like "Aah, yes. The troubles of the internet.
Thanks for having my back, Div." - and yet nobody even wait for a response or an explanation from the other side. Gentlemen, this is not a discussion, this is currently a public toilet, full of misunderstanding.

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13:55 Aug-12-2016

Oh I've read your entire comment and understood it. I'm not hung up on CPU or GPU, which of course can differ greatly in price depending on your location. But my main point was the RAM, it was what started this whole thing.


I'm always up for a discussion, dude. However that does not mean, other comments can't exist in this "conversation".
Of course I'm thankful to Div as he's not one to just judge a post and vote based on his feelings. He gave a reasonable reply to my question.

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08:35 Aug-12-2016

Wow. The hate is real. People really have some serious issues, don't they?
I said "I can't speak for everyone", yet get downvoted thrice.
Come on now, guys. I know prices vary based on country, but if you really want to upgrade, you should have the means to do so regardless of your location. Unless you're 16 and under.. then you have no money and I understand that.
But if you are working and receive some kind of paycheck, there's no way you cannot afford at least 50 bucks for a RAM upgrade.

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08:40 Aug-12-2016

Or did my post offend people in any way?
All I said were facts, though facts from the view of a Middle European, that is.
I don't know your situation, and honestly I don't want to. I have enough on my hands as it is.
Though if someone needs advice concerning computers, I'm always there to lend a hand.
So is my assumption that people on this platform can at least afford 8GB of RAM if they want to, so far off the mark?
I'm not talking 3000MHz DDR4 here, even 8GB of DDR2 counts.

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08:52 Aug-12-2016

I don't think you were in any way out of bounds, bro. I reckon some people maybe misunderstood your point.
Seeing the trend in newly released games, especially AAA series like Deus Ex a minimum of 8GB is coming to be quite standard. And the GTX660 is 4 years old now, not even being a top-end card when it was released. Maybe some people dislike that fact, and therefore your comment pointing it out as well.
Can't say.
Might just be a little bit of jealousy towards your high end rig as well, I'm afraid.

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09:43 Aug-12-2016

Aah, yes. The troubles of the internet.
Thanks for having my back, Div.

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10:17 Aug-12-2016

It's how you word things, I guess. Ain't the first time you've sounded (in my opinion!) like a douche here. Could be a language barrier, I know some people who just talk in direct translations and "sound" rude without meaning to. So could be that. Just guessing.

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11:01 Aug-12-2016

When I say beefy Hubi I mean it comparatively. As it stands Deus Ex Mankind Divided has the joint highest minimum RAM requirement of any game. It is of course also pretty much a standard amount to have these days.

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11:02 Aug-12-2016

Will everyone stop saying beefy please?
I'm getting hungry for steak...

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11:25 Aug-12-2016

I'd say this calls for barbecue. And lots of it!


But yeah, Jon, my words are not to be taken literally. I understand what you meant and wasn't questioning that.
It just feels like my definition of "beefy" was quite a bit different from yours.
A game with "beefy" reqs asks for a quadcore, 16GB of RAM and a 900-series or AMD-equivalent GPU from me.
Anything that still runs off a dualcore with 8GB of RAM is not beefy in my book.
But that does not matter.

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13:01 Aug-12-2016

Yeah it's tricky because everyone's on different scales. I've said a 750 ti is low-end for example and it caused a bit of an uproar

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13:12 Aug-12-2016

I don't see anything tricky - see my 3 comments up above. As i said everyone keeps jumping on the barricades and doesn't wait for a response on the other side and a lot of people don't even read the comments. And then they start "defending" each other - from what, ghosts, thoughts?

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13:46 Aug-12-2016

Would it be wrong of me to ask for an imaginary group hug here?
Because I'm convinced we're all well meaning people here, friends even, who simply got into a misunderstanding through nobody's fault.
And I for one would be happier if we could leave it at that, to be honest.

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13:52 Aug-12-2016

Good idea, i was just going to write to Hubi and Jon (for doing this to his article) since none of us actually offended the other but somehow we all left with a sour taste in our mouth.


HUG

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13:59 Aug-12-2016

Hast thou asked for one hug?
Thou shaltst receive.


Hug

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14:19 Aug-12-2016

I don't really understand what you're talking Baradur, I didn't even know I was in the middle of an argument. All I said was some people's definitions of a powerful Pc is different to others. Certainly no sour taste!

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14:24 Aug-12-2016

JON JUST CALM DOWN MAN! NOT COOL.

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14:24 Aug-12-2016

"I've said a 750 ti is low-end for example and it caused a bit of an uproar" - your comment. And i said - "none of us actually offended the other but somehow we all left with a sour taste in our mouth". You think that this caused an uproar, yet it didn't. And i am pointing out that there wasn't an argument to begin with yet you now feel guilty, thus sour taste.

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14:30 Aug-12-2016

We should have ended it with those hugs but alas, such is the magic of the internet. I also placed brackets next to your name. It is all about context people.

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14:38 Aug-12-2016

That 750 ti thing was about 6 months ago!

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14:44 Aug-12-2016

See? That is what i was talking about - nobody knows what is going on here anymore and now we are arguing without even knowing. If you feel that we should talk about this - feel free to answer to my whisper but let us stop spamming here we were supposed to end it on some hugs.


hugging intensifies

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10:25 Aug-12-2016

No Offense But What Baradur is saying that "Ancient People" is a wrong term to define people with weak Rigs.


I know they are not trying to be offensive.


The GPU that Haiderpervaiz12 owns was alone $540 last year in India.


In India, RX 460 costs more than what Rx 470 costs in USA.


And Since the game is DX 12, I do not agree with requirements.
8 GB Ram is Fine.


GTX 970 vs RX 480??? Comeon...
It ain't DX 11. Or they are showing that "we will screw Async".


I am 19. I do not work. Still Studying :P

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11:28 Aug-12-2016

Well, Sarthak, but at that age you already have a means of getting 100 bucks together or whatever the equivalent amount in your currency is. Be it money from your parents, mowing someone's lawn or selling 2 or 3 old console games you no longer play.

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15:17 Aug-12-2016

I agree. As I said, 8 GB RAM is fine. It will cost 50 Bucks here.
But getting a good GPU is tough task.
And most of Indian Parents consider gaming nothing but only waste of time. And they rarely play themselves. So they try to minimize their money they spend on PC.

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16:48 Aug-12-2016

Well my parents are no different. Though they did buy me an entire computer about 9-10 years ago.
I've worked about half a year to finally be able to afford that rig I have now.
But it feels good to work hard for something you want.

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17:06 Aug-12-2016

Yeah. That is why I never ask my parents for anything more than I should get :P
I will get a cool rig once I start working :P

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05:38 Aug-12-2016

guys what setting for me. now i have 8gb ram.

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08:48 Aug-12-2016

If your rig on your profile is accurate, I'd say you can probably play on medium to high settings, though leaving stuff like AA off.

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03:02 Aug-12-2016

yay high setting :D

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03:02 Aug-12-2016

Looking forward to it..

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02:45 Aug-12-2016

I am just almost right at the recommended provided that it gets SLI support. The last Deus X has very good SLI support so I am guessing that this new game will also. Maybe not at launch, but probably very shortly after launch. So I am hoping for a mix of High & Ultra settings in Dx11 mode.

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02:10 Aug-12-2016

barely met the minimum. again

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07:07 Aug-12-2016

I know the feel dude

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23:56 Aug-11-2016

Damn.. I thought it would be closer to the r9 290/gtx 780 specs. I just hope I can run this beauty on high settings 60fps.

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00:24 Aug-12-2016

The 290 is mostly on par with the 970, so you got what you expected.

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01:25 Aug-12-2016

Plus it's DX12, so it'll probably run better.

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19:01 Aug-12-2016

I'm hoping DX12 helps me out with this. I just got Rise of the Tomb Raider, haven't really played it yet, but I ran the benchmark and got nice scores with nearly everything maxed (minus AA and shadows only on high, textures also on high, although I think I can do very high, but I saw for the first time that my physical RAM was almost maxed out!--so that's why I bought some more :)

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23:31 Aug-11-2016

can i run this? and if so a mix between med high ? maybe ? ill be playing it at 1360x768

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00:42 Aug-12-2016

Most likely yes! I expect medium for rock solid great fps (50+?).

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21:35 Aug-11-2016

Ahh... well my system might underperform with this one, darnit...
And I just finished repairing my R9 290X, too :( Hopefully I can tweak it enough to run well enough.

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21:41 Aug-11-2016

You're card is faster than the GTX970 and the RX480. I don't see any problems. :)

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21:51 Aug-11-2016

Ah I see, thanks! I saw on GD's system requirements page that it had my GPU listed as the same power as the 480, but then in the system test popup, it was listed as 39% below, so ¯_(?)_/¯
I'm thinking I'll probably run into some areas where I'll drop to 30-40 FPS, depending on things like shadow resolution, but for the most part I think I'll be around 55-60 FPS. The only problem would be the RAM requirements, if it really needs that much, and how much it will benefit from hyperthreading. I at least meet the DX12 requirement, not sure if it helps th

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22:07 Aug-11-2016

Don't 100% believe in these requirements although they are official - most system requirements are inaccurate. If you want a more trusty source, go check out some videos when the game launches.

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19:04 Aug-12-2016

Just in case, and because I think it might help with a few other things on my PC, I ordered 16GB of RAM. I hope I'm not stupid for doing that. But I did ;P I can only fit two DIMMs in my PC, so... I guess I'll keep what I currently have as a backup, just in case. Or for other builds, I don't know. It's still in good shape, after...oh, four years I guess. Anyway, I was benchmarking Rise of the Tomb Raider with very high textures enabled, and saw that my physical RAM was almost maxed out, for the first time I can remember.

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19:07 Aug-12-2016

I assume it's because my GPU doesn't have enough VRAM for the highest texture setting, and was spilling over into my system RAM, which was almost not enough, and that was just for the benchmark! Anyway, having just 4GB extra would probably be just enough, but... it's kind of impossible to get RAM amounts in anything other than 4/8/16/32, and I can only fit two DIMMs because of my stupid aftermarket CPU cooler.

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21:02 Aug-11-2016

dx 12 I see you baby

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20:48 Aug-11-2016

Way too high and they only released them a few days before the game's release, I smell bad optimization.

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20:59 Aug-11-2016

Poor optimisation is unlikely, in view of who's handling the port. I think the recommended specs are pretty reasonable and in line with expectations, aside from the RAM recommendation, which is possibly inflated.

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22:11 Aug-11-2016

It's still high.

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23:30 Aug-11-2016

I'm not sure what "it" refers to. If you're referring to the RAM requirement, certainly; if something else, certainly not.

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20:22 Aug-11-2016

Is 16GB RAM really necessary? My 8 gigs seemed to be enough so far.

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20:25 Aug-11-2016

System requirements are nowadays often inaccurate.

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20:44 Aug-11-2016

My goodness....we have same CPU and GPU :) But i am only worried about recommended CPU requirments to be honest.I have no RAM problom but i am worried about CPU requirment.I hope its incorrect :)

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20:51 Aug-11-2016

but I don't trust system req sometimes.

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21:22 Aug-11-2016

Your CPU will be fine.

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22:44 Aug-11-2016

System spec buddies? :D
Btw Rise of the Tomb Raider just crashed now, "out of memory". I dont know what it means tho, says "2GB requested, 25GB available". I have 35GB available, so it doesnt make any sense :D

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19:59 Aug-11-2016

Here's looking forward to seeing just how well the RX 480 stands!

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19:39 Aug-11-2016

I guess I need to finish The Fall and Human Revolution first to enjoy this, don't I...

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19:48 Aug-11-2016

Definitely, and you also have to play the original Deus Ex games from 2000 and 2003. Naturally few mobile Deus Ex games are needed also, to really be competitive in this game. There is also bunch of Deus Ex comics you need to read. There's really no point even playing this without getting that full experience :)

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Just light hearted joking :)

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