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Will a gtx 1080 ti and a intel core i7-8700k run max settings 1080 p 60fps
Yes, they should. A PC with a GTX 1080 Ti and an i7-8700K would be very similar in performance to the 'Exceptional' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 90-144 FPS in R6S with ultra settings at 1080p.
Will a Ryzen 5 2600x and a gtx 1660 run R6 at 1080p high settings and 60fps
Yes, those parts appear in the 'Very Good' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 60-90 FPS in R6S at 1080p with max settings.
I am looking to run Siege on "high" settings at 1080p with 144 frames. Will an amd 7 2700 and msi 450 motherboard or Asus ROG X470 motherboard be enough?
That would depend on what graphics card is being paired with the R7. But if it were a balanced GPU choice (such as an RTX 2060), then yes, we would expect you to get 144+ FPS in R6S at 1080p.
can i play r6s at 70 fps with this:cpu:Intel Core i5-9400F Coffee Lake 6-Core 2.9 GHz (4.10 GHz Turbo)
motherbourd:Asus PRIME B360M-K Intel B360graphics card:Asus NVIDIA Dual GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OC 6GB GDDR6
Roughly speaking, yes, those parts would make for a build that is nearly as powerful as the 'Great' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 60-90 FPS in R6S at 1080p with max settings.
Will a AMD Ryzen 3 2200G with gtx 1030gddr5 run well
That depends on what you mean by 'run well.' If you're just wondering if they would be compatible and make for a balanced build, then the answer is yes.
But if you're wondering how that combination would perform in Rainbow Six Siege, then the answer depends very much on your resolution and in-game settings. In particular, a build with an R3 2200G and a GT 1030 would fall somewhere in between the 'Poor' and 'Minimum' tiers of our general build recommendation chart. At 1080p with max settings, such a computer may fall in the 10-30 FPS range. But at 1080p with low settings (or perhaps medium settings at 900p or 720p), you could probably run the game at a smooth, playable frame rate. (In fact, those parts do meet the minimum specifications listed at the top of the article above by a small margin, so it's fair to say that they should be able to run the game well---at some combination of settings and resolution.)
I’m new and would like more ram my budget is 800$ I want the best
Okay! If that's not a joke, you could potentially get a 64GB (4X 16GB) set of RAM for that price.
Or if you meant that's your budget for your whole build, you could put together something like the 'Very Good' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 60-90 FPS in R6S at 1080p with max settings.
Or if you're looking for better performance in R6S by upgrading one of your parts, then you should definitely look into upgrading your graphics card (and/or CPU and motherboard) before considering upgrading your RAM.
Can I play it decently(medium/low graphic quality, 40-50fps) having a Nvidia GT 730(MSI), 16gb RAM and i5 intelcore?
While it does depend which i5 you have, sadly the answer is probably no. The GT 730 is comparable to the Vega 3 iGPU in the 'Destitute' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would not expect to be capable of running R6S at a playable frame rate---regardless of settings.
I'd also like to note that in R6, shadows serve a serious tactical advantage by helping locate enemies. On higher settings, operators cast shadows that can give operator locations away.
I'd recommend they be turned up to ultra even on the lowest of hardware if you're playing on a semi-competitive level. I still use a 750Ti and have them on Ultra with a 1-2 fps hit.