[SOLVED] What modern games can the gtx 1060 3gb run?

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Just wanted to know what games can I run with gtx 1060 3GB, i7 2600, 16GB ram, and a 2tbhdd? (1080P)
 

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You will struggle with modern Assassin's Creed games and other certain high cpu usage or high VRAM games, but most modern FPS should do fine at 1080p, with medium-high settings.
 

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You will struggle with modern Assassin's Creed games and other certain high cpu usage or high VRAM games, but most modern FPS should do fine at 1080p, with medium-high settings.
 
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what kind of game?
it can run all kind of games. just not well.
mostly fps games, and offline games. I'm not really looking for like 100+ fps 40-60 is fine I've been playing integrated graphics for a while and I'm looking to finally upgrade any good offline games in mind?
 
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You will struggle with modern Assassin's Creed games and other certain high cpu usage or high VRAM games, but most modern FPS should do fine at 1080p, with medium-high settings.
I'm upgrading my dell OptiPlex right now you think I might be able to run warzone on 1080p? or games like a warzone? this would be the first GAMING pc I've been playing intel integrated graphics for a long time
 

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I'm upgrading my dell OptiPlex right now you think I might be able to run warzone on 1080p? or games like a warzone? this would be the first GAMING pc I've been playing intel integrated graphics for a long time
Yes, that would run Warzone pretty well 1080p if you optimize your graphics settings. Start on low settings preset, then bump up texture quality a bit, and whatever other settings until you find a balance between fidelity and performance you are happy with.
 
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Yes, that would run Warzone pretty well 1080p if you optimize your graphics settings. Start on low settings preset, then bump up texture quality a bit, and whatever other settings until you find a balance between fidelity and performance you are happy with.
alright thank you
 

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