[SOLVED] Any game good for GT1030?

sxnnermane

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Not really a hardware question, but If I get a few game recommendations that will run okay/good on the GT1030, that would be great.
Thanks!
 
whether you could get playable performance on any good newer shooters or open-world 1st or 3rd person RPGs you would have to check minimum system requirements for specific games you may be interested in.
most of the better ones out there from the last few years would not run very well, if at all, with that CPU & GPU combination.
just want a list of some games that would be nice to play on this card
some newer games that you should be able to run, though some of them may still require a newer CPU or at least some modded files to allow compatibility;
Encased: A Sci-fi Post-Apocalyptic RPG,
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP,
Sundered,
Elden: Path of the Forgotten,
Eldest Souls,
Sword of the Necromancer,
Landinar - Into the Void
Disco Elysium

keep an eye on Epic Games' free options.
over the last year or two they've given out lots of great games through their weekly free offers.
this way you wouldn't be wasting any money or time refunding if they turned out unplayable on your system.

if you've got an Amazon Prime account keep an eye on Prime Games' site also.
recently they've given out some great free games too.
 
CPU is also a big factor in game performance.

what types of games do you enjoy playing?
there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of low performance games out there.
and even higher performance games can be set to lower resolutions and low in-game settings to run better on lower-end hardware.

Steam and the other distributors offer minimum recommended system requirements for their games.
you should be able to find many that fit your system specs, whatever they may be.

check out the platformer genre,
older games like Fallout 3 & The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion,
isometrics like Planescape: Torment, etc...
 

sxnnermane

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CPU is also a big factor in game performance.

what types of games do you enjoy playing?
there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of low performance games out there.
and even higher performance games can be set to lower resolutions and low in-game settings to run better on lower-end hardware.

Steam and the other distributors offer minimum recommended system requirements for their games.
you should be able to find many that fit your system specs, whatever they may be.

check out the platformer genre,
older games like Fallout 3 & The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion,
isometrics like Planescape: Torment, etc...
I have an I5 4670K 8GB Of RAM.
Also I play anything really, just want a list of some games that would be nice to play on this card, also forgot to mention that I know a lot of old games will run on this card, I was talking about games from around 2015-2022.
And ima be more specific, I need some FPS games, RPGs, Sandbox games, Indie games for sure.
 
whether you could get playable performance on any good newer shooters or open-world 1st or 3rd person RPGs you would have to check minimum system requirements for specific games you may be interested in.
most of the better ones out there from the last few years would not run very well, if at all, with that CPU & GPU combination.
just want a list of some games that would be nice to play on this card
some newer games that you should be able to run, though some of them may still require a newer CPU or at least some modded files to allow compatibility;
Encased: A Sci-fi Post-Apocalyptic RPG,
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP,
Sundered,
Elden: Path of the Forgotten,
Eldest Souls,
Sword of the Necromancer,
Landinar - Into the Void
Disco Elysium

keep an eye on Epic Games' free options.
over the last year or two they've given out lots of great games through their weekly free offers.
this way you wouldn't be wasting any money or time refunding if they turned out unplayable on your system.

if you've got an Amazon Prime account keep an eye on Prime Games' site also.
recently they've given out some great free games too.
 

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