Question Can a FirePro W5000 run recent games at a playable level?

Apr 21, 2020
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Got a Dell Precision T1700 small-form-factor that I hope to use as a serviceable gaming PC. No max settings, no 150 fps, no 4K...just usable.

i7 and 12GB RAM.

The case has very little room so the best card I can fit (and power) is an AMD FirePro W5000. Currently I have a W2100. Fortnite runs ~40fps at weak settings...just playable. Warzone, not so much.

Would moving from W2100 to the W5000 be a meaningful upgrade, or not worth my time if I want an enjoyable experience?
 
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Got a Dell Precision T1700 small-form-factor that I hope to use as a serviceable gaming PC. No max settings, no 150 fps, no 4K...just usable.

i7 and 12GB RAM.

The case has very little room so the best card I can fit (and power) is an AMD FirePro W5000. Currently I have a W2100. Fortnite runs ~40fps at weak settings...just playable. Warzone, not so much.

Would moving from W2100 to the W5000 be a meaningful upgrade, or not worth my time if I want an enjoyable experience?
Hey i know this thread is a month old, COLGeek Mod is correct, the W5000 is better than the WX 2100, however, if you can, and you're on a budget, i will get the WX 4100 Radeon Pro. I have it , my wife is using it. Its better than the WX 2100 and about 3x more powerful than the W5000. And yes i have a W5000 as well. So i know for a fact how each card performs.

But the w5000 plays fortnite just fine at 1600x900 or 1920x1080 medium to high settings at around 40fps. I upgraded to a W7000 though, which is 2x more powerful than the WX 4100.
 

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