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What about using a gaming controller connected via USB to the PC? RoL does not cover this feature? I can´t get my controller to run with RoL.
While I would strongly recommend playing a shooter on PC via keyboard and mouse rather than gamepad, I can't see any reason that you wouldn't be able to get it to work (at least through an intermediate program like Joy2Key). That said, I also don't know what the acronym "RoL" stands for.
hi. this game can run to this specs??cpu core i5 2.4chz ram 4 gb intel hd 3000 windows 10 -64bit direcktX 10me can run it?
It sounds like your system has an i5-2430M and no discrete graphics card. That would put the computer noticeably lower in performance than the 'Destitute' tier at the bottom of our our general build recommendation chart; unfortunately, we would not expect such a PC to be capable of running PUBG at a playable frame rate regardless of settings or resolution.
Hello Im wondering what fps i could expect to get in pubg with my pc at 2560x1440 or ultraHere is my specs. Monitor: Dell s2417dg 144hz 1ms 2560x1440 cpu: i7 8700Kgpu: msi geforce 2070 ventusram: g skill aegis ddr4 3000mhz 8gbmotherboard: gigabyte z390 gaming slicpu cooler: noctua nh u14spsu rosewill 80+ bronze ssd crucial mx 500 512gbThanks!
That computer would be very similar in performance to the 'Outstanding' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 60-90 FPS in PUBG at 1440p with maximum settings (or much better performance with even the High preset rather than Ultra).
Okay thanks for the info
Hi,Please Suggest me a build under 1 lakh INR for GAMING+STREAMING
With that budget, you could build as high as the 'Superb' tier of the India version of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 60-90 FPS in PUBG at 1080p with max settings. (The 'Superb' tier would also be in between the 'Solid' and 'Hardcore' example builds in our big guide for building a PC for live streaming.)
Hi there, can I get "criminally smooth" gameplay (~120FPS) with Ultra settings with the following setup?
Monitor: Dell S2417DG 24 Inch TN (1 ms, QHD 2560 x 1440 at 165 Hz, Nvidia G-Sync, DP/HDMI/USB)Resolution: 2,560 x 1,440 (1440p)---GPU: MSI - GeForce RTX 2080 8GB DukeCPU: Intel i9-9900K @ 3.60 GHz up to 5.00 GHz, 8 CoresRAM: Kingston - 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory, CL 13MOBO: MSI Z370 GAMING M5SSD: Samsung - 970 Evo 500 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive w/ NVMePSU: EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power SupplyCooler: Cooler Master - Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler
In a perhaps-unsatisfying move, the only answer I can give is 'probably.' We would expect a build with those parts to be quite powerful, and to be capable of consistently staying above 120 FPS in PUBG with maximum settings at 1080p. But 1440p makes it tough to say. The stats of such a build with maximum settings at 1440p may be closer to the 100+ range than the 120+ range, due to the severe lack of optimization in PUBG.
Hi,GPU:gtx 1070 tiCPU:i9 9900kRAM:gskill tident 16gb 4000mhz cl 17Mobo: Asus maximus XI heroPower:Corsair ax860SSD:samsung 500gbwhat will i get on very low setting 1920x1080?
We would expect a machine with an i9-9900K and a GTX 1070 Ti to be capable of staying consistently above 100 FPS in PUBG at 1080p with minimum in-game settings---and maybe even a bit better most of the time, such as 120+ FPS.
forgot to mention i play pubg competetive, so the highest fps possible is what i want
Hi, I am new to gaming and i want to build pc for pubg. Can you look at my choice? How many fps do i get on high? if something is not right there ten give me advice what to buyGPU: GTX 1070CPU: i5-8400RAM: GSkill Trident Z RGB 16GB (8GBX2) DDR4 3000 mhz)Motherboard: Gigabyte B360 Aorous GamingPower Supply: SeaSonic S12II 520 Bronze 520WSSD: Sandisk SSD Plus 120GBHDD: WD 1TB
That PC would be roughly comparable to the 'Superb' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 60-90 FPS in PUBG at 1080p with ultra in-game settings (or perhaps over 100 FPS at high settings).
i am new to pc gaming i want to buy this pc:CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme GXIVR8020A5 Desktop Gaming PC (Intel i5-8400 6 Core Processor, AMD RX 580 4GB, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, WiFi, Win 10 Home 64-bit), Black - VR Readywill it run pubg, it is said in a review that it will run any game on max setting 60+ fps
Yes, it will run PUBG, but possibly not at a consistent 60+ FPS with maximum settings. While that computer is reasonably powerful and their statement about maxing out games will be true in the majority of situations, PUBG is an unusually difficult game for a PC to run. In particular, that PC has parts that would make for a computer roughly on-par with the 'Very Good' tier of our general build recommendation chart, which we would expect to be capable of 45-60 FPS in PUBG at 1080p with max settings. But if you play at high settings rather than ultra, you may get the performance you desire out of that machine.
Hello,Just started playing pubg and am wanting to get settings to great quality and frame rate, i recently got a really good deal on the parts below. Any suggestions as to better my system?
HP Omen 870-224, upgraded to --> i7-7700, 860 evo 1TB, nvidia RTX 2080 ti FI, 16 gb corsair ddr4 @ 3000 mhzStill new to PC gaming but I had a really good deal on the upgraded parts.
In theory, those upgrades ought to stand you in very good stead. A build with an i7-7700, an RTX 2080 Ti, and 16GB of RAM would overall be roughly on-par with the 'Exceptional' tier of our general build recommendation chart (your upgraded PC has a slightly worse CPU and slightly better GPU than that tier). We would expect such a computer to be capable of 75+ FPS in PUBG at 1080p with maximum settings (or even better performance with High settings instead of Ultra).
The only note I would give you is that you may want to double-check the wattage requirements of your upgraded build in a wattage calculator online, to ensure that you're not pushing things too close to the limit of what the PC's current power supply can provide.
HelloI want to buy 4 pcs to run pubg can i run the game with these specs:cpu: intel core i3 8100ram: 8 gb ddr4gpu: afox nvidia gt 730 4gb 64 bit
It's a close call, but sadly overall we would not expect those parts to be capable of achieving a playable frame rate in PUGB at 1080p.
The CPU and RAM do meet the official minimum requirements for the game, but the GT 730 has less than a third of the power of the GTX 660 or HD 7850 listed in the minimum specs.
HP Envy TS 15-J001TX Laptop (4th GenCore i7-4700MQ 8GB RAM ddr3- 1TB HDD- 39.62cm (15.6)- Win 8- NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M 2GB Graphics)
That laptop would fall somewhere in between the current 'Destitute' and 'Minimum' tiers of our general build recommendation chart, neither of which (unfortunately) would be expected to be capable of running PUBG at a playable frame rate.
A simple question, can I play PUBG on my Lenovo yoga 710?i5 7th gen at 2.50 GHzRAM - 8GBSystem type 64-bit
The specifications of that laptop would be roughly comparable to the specifications of the 'Destitute' tier build from our general build recommendation chart, which we would unfortunately not expect to be capable of achieving a playable frame rate in PUBG at that laptop's native resolution of 1080p.
CPU: i5-8400 GPU: Galax GTX 1060 6GB OCMotherboard: Gigabyte B360 Aorous GamingRAM: GSkill Trident Z RGB 16GB (8GBX2) DDR4 3000 mhz) (I know this only runs 2666 mhz because of my MOBO)Power Supply: SeaSonic S12II 520 Bronze 520WSSD: Sandisk SSD Plus 120GB HDD: WD 1TB,I want to play on (Anti Aliasing and Textures) = HighView Distance = MediumRest are Very Low,Is it possible to have 100 fps+ in sanhok or even erangel :) ?
WIth those settings and those parts, I would say that it's definitely not impossible! While there are no guarantees in performance when it comes to PUBG, that is similar to my own personal PC build, and it definitely achieved 80-120 FPS with a mix of medium and high settings in PUBG at 1080p.
Also, Optional for you to answer. What do you recommend Graphics Settings with that that setup in Project Cars 2 :)
Unfortunately, we don't have any research or recommendations for graphics settings in any of the Project Cars games as of yet. Sorry!
CPU AMD 8350 @4.13GHZGPU GTX 980 KINGPINRAM 16GB HYPER X BEASTASUS FORMULA V MOBO1300MBPS ETHERNET
All settings on low or very low. Cannot get above 40fps with drops to 20 or below when entering combat.
My experience of pubg right now is that I can't win firefights as lag will spike as soon as I get close to players, even adjusting play style to circle hug and stay away from built up areas.. Everytime someone shoots at me I get 20 or below fps and will 9 times out of 10 die.
In pre game lobby I get between 60 and 75 fps, 1080x1920
Looting feels laggy and delayed as well.
Realise the machine is outdated but shouldn't I be able to at least be able to play pubg?
So, that is an unbalanced computer, with a much more powerful graphics card than CPU. In particular, while the CPU is similar in performance to the Pentium G4560 in the 'Poor' tier of our general build recommendation chart, the graphics card is similar in performance to the GTX 1060 6GB way up in the 'Superb' tier of that same linked chart.
Due to this bottleneck from your CPU, the entire machine would perform much closer to the 'Poor' tier overall, which is consistent with the performance you're describing. Unfortunately, upgrading your CPU to a balanced option (such as the R5 2600X or the i5-8600K) would also require upgrading your motherboard (for an appropriate CPU socket) and your RAM (to DDR4 sticks) for compatibility.
OK that makes a lot of sense.
Any recommendations on ram sticks ? Also a slightly upgraded cpu to leave room for gpu future upgrade?
Here's me paying for this rig for the last 3.5years wondering why I didn't get as much bang for my buck as I thought.
No chance of going Intel on the formula V?
While that is indeed a powerful computer (comparable to the 'Superb' tier of our general build recommendation chart), which should perform very well in the vast majority of games---PUBG remains a poorly-optimized and difficult-to-run game. As a result, we would expect such a computer to be capable of closer to 45-60 FPS in PUBG at 1080p wtih max settings.
when i open pubg in the loading screen the game crashes and pops up a crash reporter.its not my vram(gtx 1050 ti 4gb) either my ram (8gb).i got a ryzen 5 1600x.what should i do.i just bought this pc.please help
It would be very difficult to diagnose this kind of crashing issue remotely. All I can tell you is that it's unlikely that this is a hardware issue; it sounds like trouble with the game itself.
What do you mean with the game itself. like if my friend runs pubg will he have this problem????and if its a game problem what should I do?? Wait?(I am SlothGank)
Hi, I am looking to go with MSI Computer GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card and i am really convinced with your article, but at the same time i have checked this http://www.thebestadvices.c..., and they are suggesting XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS Black Edition 8GB GDDR5 for medium settings, that looks quite cheap so why i should not with this instead of your suggestion, i am confused :3.
The GTX 1060 6GB is only slightly (about 5%) more powerful than the RX 580. So if you can find an RX 580 that is significantly cheaper than a GTX 1060 6GB in your region, then by all means you should get it!
It very difficult to say, as that is a rather unbalanced machine, with a much more powerful GPU than CPU.
In particular, the A6-6400K would fall somewhere in between the CPUs in the 'Destitute' and 'Poor' tiers of our general build recommendation chart, while the GTX 1060 3GB features in the 'Very Good' and 'Great' tiers of that same linked chart. As a result, the GTX 1060 3GB (which, in a balanced machine, should be able to provide 30+ FPS in PUBG, even at high settings) would probably be significantly bottlenecked by the CPU.
will this run pubg?
Processor Type - Intel Core i7
Processor Model Number - i7-8550U
Processor Cores - Quad Core
Processor Memory Cache - 8MB
Processor Clock Speed (GHz) - 1.8
Processor Max. Clock Speed (GHz) - 4.0
RAM (GB) - 8.0
HDD Storage - 1TB
SSD Storage - 128GB
Total Storage - 1.128
Graphics Processor - NVIDIA® GeForce® MX130MX
Graphics Memory - 2GB
It's tough to say, as that machine is somewhat unbalanced, but the answer is likely to be no. That graphics processor would perform somewhere in between the GPUs in the 'Poor' and 'Minimum' tiers of our general build recommendation chart, while that CPU is roughly on-par with the CPUs in the 'Modest' through 'Good' tiers of that same linked chart. As a result, we would expect that computer to perform close to the 'Minimum' tier overall, and so to be incapable of achieving a playable frame rate in PUBG at 1080p.
i am absolutely fine if the its on the lowest settings possible as long as its around 45fps
I would really love a new update on specs needed for 60FPS, the game has come a long way optimization-wise since November.
PUBG has made some strides toward better optimization, but (going off of benchmarks from within the past month) it is still a very demanding game to run. If all you want is 60 FPS at 1080p with the lowest settings, then you may now be able to get away with a computer similar to the 'Great' tier of our our general build recommendation chart (which may still dip toward 50 FPS in some areas of the map). But if you want 60 FPS at 1080p with the highest settings, then we still can't recommend anything lower than the 'Excellent' tier of that same chart.
Can I run PUBG with the following specs? Which component would you upgrade to improve FPS? I'm on a limited budget...Intel i3 7100GIGABYTE GA-H110M-DS2 1151 DDR4 HDMI M-ATDRR4 8GIG KLEVV 2400MHZPALIT GTX1050TI STORMX 4096M GDDR5 128BIT DVI HDMI