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Hello fellow gamers, I always used a laptop (sh*ttttt) for gaming and now I have internet at my second home and there I have a actual pc there. PC specs: i7 2600, gtx 760 superclocked (evga), 8 gb ddr3, and a asus mobo all inside a super old case. Can I run fh3, pubg, and the other popular games?
 
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It should be enough to play games like GTA V on Medium with ~50 fps. Although with that case i'd be worried about my temps getting too high, airflow seems rather bad
 
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It should be enough to play games like GTA V on Medium with ~50 fps. Although with that case i'd be worried about my temps getting too high, airflow seems rather bad
It has a few fans inside, im also worried about it but never had it overheat while editing 1080p/4k video.
 
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It has a few fans inside, im also worried about it but never had it overheat while editing 1080p/4k video.
You likely wouldn't see any problems while editing, but while rendering you could.
Stress test the computer and see what happens
 
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You likely wouldn't see any problems while editing, but while rendering you could.
Stress test the computer and see what happens
It renders without any problems.
 
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It renders without any problems.
You shouldn't have any problems while playing then. It's a decent little PC, you should run most modern games on 1080p medium/low settings without much trouble. Might help to buy a second 8Gb stick for games like PUBG though.
 
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You shouldn't have any problems while playing then. It's a decent little PC, you should run most modern games on 1080p medium/low settings without much trouble. Might help to buy a second 8Gb stick for games like PUBG though.
Ok, thanks!
 
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Hello fellow gamers, I always used a laptop (sh*ttttt) for gaming and now I have internet at my second home and there I have a actual pc there. PC specs: i7 2600, gtx 760 superclocked (evga), 8 gb ddr3, and a asus mobo all inside a super old case. Can I run fh3, pubg, and the other popular games?

The i7 2600 (2nd Gen) is sufficient to run games such as PUGB on decent graphics settings. But would suggest you the following:

1) Clean your PC since your PC is in a super old case.

2) Make sure you have some fans attached to your case for ventilation, make sure they are clean as well.

3) If possible upgrade RAM to 16GB from 8GB.
 
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