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  # 1788509 26-May-2017 08:34
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I was running overwatch on an old C2Q 2.6Ghz, 4GB DDR2 and a GTX460 @ 1080P on medium and can keep in the 40~50fps range. The game is very well optimised for potatoes  

 

 

and to think i get iffy if i drop below 95fps...

 

 

I sit at 60fps steady - but thats on Ultra settings which for my little system isnt bad :)





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  # 1788811 26-May-2017 15:42
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xpd:

 

hio77:

 

GoranZ:

 

I was running overwatch on an old C2Q 2.6Ghz, 4GB DDR2 and a GTX460 @ 1080P on medium and can keep in the 40~50fps range. The game is very well optimised for potatoes  

 

 

and to think i get iffy if i drop below 95fps...

 

 

I sit at 60fps steady - but thats on Ultra settings which for my little system isnt bad :)

 

 

60fps? how do you not feel the pain?





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