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#1
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
#2
Doom and Fallout 4 for these prices is awesome. I was going to pick up doom on xbox one but I have a good PC so hoping it will look the nuts on there in 3d vision
#3
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).

Fallout should probably run fine on medium settings but not too sure about doom, Doom minimum requirement is a GTX 670 though.
#4
sparx1981
Doom and Fallout 4 for these prices is awesome. I was going to pick up doom on xbox one but I have a good PC so hoping it will look the nuts on there in 3d vision

I paid full price for fallout 4 when it came out but got like 100 hours out of it, If I did not have it I would buy it for this price.
I have not played doom yet so I might think about buying that since I have heard good reviews about it.

Edited By: Garbett on Nov 23, 2016 11:47
#5
Doom so tempting with added VR support next year..same goes for fall out 4 but already have that.
Mega deal voted hot!

Steam winter sales also start tonight.

Edited By: geebeegooner on Nov 23, 2016 11:47
2 Likes #6
DOOM is worth every single penny. Go forth and enjoy.

Also it is very easy to scale if you are willing to spend 10 minutes looking on the interwebs for config tweeks.
#7
Garbett
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Fallout should probably run fine on medium settings but not too sure about doom, Doom minimum requirement is a GTX 670 though.
I think Doom might present a few challenges... According to Neogaf (http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1218009), I need an AMD FX8320, and I only have an FX8120. The difference isn't much in terms of MHz, but that could mean that I might struggle when it comes to having a semi-optimum experience.

Definitely going to upgrade my PC this time next year...
#8
I have Final Fantasy XIII for trade on steam if anyone is interested in a swap.
#9
can't argue with that price for doom.
#10
I found that Doom ran like a bag of s##t on a pair of GTX560Ti, but I upgraded to a single GTX1060 and it was beautiful and smooth. I don't hink it is all about the grunt but more that the technology of the cards needs to be more current.
#11
prankster101
Garbett
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Fallout should probably run fine on medium settings but not too sure about doom, Doom minimum requirement is a GTX 670 though.
I think Doom might present a few challenges... According to Neogaf (http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1218009), I need an AMD FX8320, and I only have an FX8120. The difference isn't much in terms of MHz, but that could mean that I might struggle when it comes to having a semi-optimum experience.
Definitely going to upgrade my PC this time next year...

Overclocking.
#12
Time to part with my cash! Exactly the price I was looking for!
#13
Wicked price. You will get at least 100 hours from fallout.
#14
Wicked price. You will get at least 100 hours from fallout.
#15
doom ran ok on my 670. Think I could get 35-40 fps.
Not brilliant but certainly playable
#16
excellent, thanks op
1 Like #17
doom is my game of the year. you need a very powerful rig to run it on high settings though.
#18
Tuppers
I found that Doom ran like a bag of s##t on a pair of GTX560Ti, but I upgraded to a single GTX1060 and it was beautiful and smooth. I don't hink it is all about the grunt but more that the technology of the cards needs to be more current.

You would have been video memory limited on the 560ti sli as the memory doesn't stack. Also it launched without any sli support at all I believe. Not sure if this was fixed.

prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).

Doom is incredibly well optimised but a gtx 670 is the minimum. If you set it to low and use resolution scaling it should be very playable but it will look less than stellar. Also try the Vulkan api I found it gave me more consistent frame rates on a gtx 970 despite it supposedly being worse for nvidia cards.

http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/7757/doom-graphics-performance-tweak-guide/index3.html
#19
Amazing price for Doom. single player game of the year for me.

Tuppers
I found that Doom ran like a bag of s##t on a pair of GTX560Ti, but I upgraded to a single GTX1060 and it was beautiful and smooth. I don't hink it is all about the grunt but more that the technology of the cards needs to be more current.
You would have been video memory limited on the 560ti sli as the memory doesn't stack. Also it launched without any sli support at all I believe. Not sure if this was fixed.

prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Doom is incredibly well optimised but a gtx 670 is the minimum. If you set it to low and use resolution scaling it should be very playable but it will look less than stellar. Also try the Vulkan api I found it gave me more consistent frame rates on a gtx 970 despite it supposedly being worse for nvidia cards.

http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/7757/doom-graphics-performance-tweak-guide/index3.html


Edited By: lomax on Nov 23, 2016 13:04
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prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).

I have a 670 GTX. additional specs of interest: i7 (3xxxK - the standard i7 for that range, can't remember the exact code), 16 gb ram. Both games run fine on medium and look great (playing at 1080p res). Definitely worth getting both. Also should point out the graphical differences in doom:

"At Ultra + Nightmare quality, Doom looks quite good; at Low quality, it still looks pretty good. "

http://www.pcgamer.com/dooms-nightmare-graphics-image-quality-compared-and-benchmarked/
#21
lomax
Amazing price for Doom. single player game of the year for me.
Tuppers
I found that Doom ran like a bag of s##t on a pair of GTX560Ti, but I upgraded to a single GTX1060 and it was beautiful and smooth. I don't hink it is all about the grunt but more that the technology of the cards needs to be more current.
You would have been video memory limited on the 560ti sli as the memory doesn't stack. Also it launched without any sli support at all I believe. Not sure if this was fixed.
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Doom is incredibly well optimised but a gtx 670 is the minimum. If you set it to low and use resolution scaling it should be very playable but it will look less than stellar. Also try the Vulkan api I found it gave me more consistent frame rates on a gtx 970 despite it supposedly being worse for nvidia cards.http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/7757/doom-graphics-performance-tweak-guide/index3.html
Given my less than stellar setup, I think it's probably wiser to get the game on PS4.
#22
prankster101
lomax
Amazing price for Doom. single player game of the year for me.
Tuppers
I found that Doom ran like a bag of s##t on a pair of GTX560Ti, but I upgraded to a single GTX1060 and it was beautiful and smooth. I don't hink it is all about the grunt but more that the technology of the cards needs to be more current.
You would have been video memory limited on the 560ti sli as the memory doesn't stack. Also it launched without any sli support at all I believe. Not sure if this was fixed.
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Doom is incredibly well optimised but a gtx 670 is the minimum. If you set it to low and use resolution scaling it should be very playable but it will look less than stellar. Also try the Vulkan api I found it gave me more consistent frame rates on a gtx 970 despite it supposedly being worse for nvidia cards.http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/7757/doom-graphics-performance-tweak-guide/index3.html
Given my less than stellar setup, I think it's probably wiser to get the game on PS4.

Honestly I would have thought a 670 would outclass a PS4 but I don't know for certain. Joncyloh has posted above with details. I play on medium myself as I prefer the higher frame rate. If you are comfortable using a mouse and keyboard that is absolutely the best way to play this game.
1 Like #23
prankster101
Garbett
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Fallout should probably run fine on medium settings but not too sure about doom, Doom minimum requirement is a GTX 670 though.
I think Doom might present a few challenges... According to Neogaf (http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1218009), I need an AMD FX8320, and I only have an FX8120. The difference isn't much in terms of MHz, but that could mean that I might struggle when it comes to having a semi-optimum experience.
Definitely going to upgrade my PC this time next year...

Those specs are from before the Vulkan port, aren't they?
Anyway, either way your CPU should be fine:
http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/DOOM/test/vulkan/doom_proz_v.jpg
That's taken from a Doom CPU discussion over on the AT forums:
https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/doom-vulkan-cpu-performance.2480056/
Seems that if paired with an 1080, anything from an i5-2500k (at stock) is fine. And while the FX8150 only provides 66% (min FSP), the FX8350 @ 4GHz (scoring around 80% of the max) is basically the same (caches etc.) just needs a bit of a mild overclock.
#24
Doom! Yes! Finally! With my GTX1070 and 1440p 165hz g-sync monitor this is an experience I've been looking forward to for some time!
#25
yes spent £300 on my graphics card, but no way im paying more than £10 for Doom , I`ll keep waiting till my hardware is worth nothing :p
1 Like #26
xstrio
yes spent £300 on my graphics card, but no way im paying more than £10 for Doom , I`ll keep waiting till my hardware is worth nothing :p

True but I have too many games to justify paying much more than that for this though! I only want Doom for single player (so around 15 hours max I presume). Currently happy with alternating between Overwatch and Titanfall 2 which takes up a large majority of my time gaming for multiplayer and Witcher 3 for single player.
#27
Will a r9 270x be fine with doom?
#28
HotdogginJNR
Will a r9 270x be fine with doom?

Yep, AMD cards work great with the Vulkan api which Doom uses.
#29
HotdogginJNR
Will a r9 270x be fine with doom?
Doom vids with an 270x

Edited By: AsariMilk on Nov 23, 2016 14:56
#30
Doom is worth every penny (and more!), easily in my top 5 of the year.
#31
*These deals start on the 24th November

Hah, didn't read this bit. I'll be getting Doom. Is this the cheapest GTA V has been or can i get it for less elsewhere?

Edited By: Deetea on Nov 23, 2016 17:57
#32
Awesome, finally got myself some DOOM. Played the demo, worked fantastically well on my 970m. I knew it'd be around £10 near Christmas time!
1 Like #33
The deals are up early! Fallout 4 and Doom prices are good! :D
#34
I got something called Turbo Pug DX with my purchase, lol
#35
Thank you. I was about to buy this from Steam but it's £2 cheaper here.:D
#36
As I already have both of these on the xbox it would seem silly to also buy them for the PC but hard to say no at these prices.

Then again I played the original Doom back in 1993 on a PC so it is the games spiritual home :)
#37
Doom likely to drop further or should i just get now? Wanted to play since launch but expected it to go for £10 by the end of the year
#38
I wonder when these deals will end?
#39
prankster101
lomax
Amazing price for Doom. single player game of the year for me.
Tuppers
I found that Doom ran like a bag of s##t on a pair of GTX560Ti, but I upgraded to a single GTX1060 and it was beautiful and smooth. I don't hink it is all about the grunt but more that the technology of the cards needs to be more current.
You would have been video memory limited on the 560ti sli as the memory doesn't stack. Also it launched without any sli support at all I believe. Not sure if this was fixed.
prankster101
How scalable are the Doom and Fallout 4 games? I have pretty weak hardware (GTX 670 etc).
Doom is incredibly well optimised but a gtx 670 is the minimum. If you set it to low and use resolution scaling it should be very playable but it will look less than stellar. Also try the Vulkan api I found it gave me more consistent frame rates on a gtx 970 despite it supposedly being worse for nvidia cards.http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/7757/doom-graphics-performance-tweak-guide/index3.html
Given my less than stellar setup, I think it's probably wiser to get the game on PS4.

Forgot that there was demo:

http://store.steampowered.com/app/379720/

Just download the demo from steam and you'll be able to see for yourself :)
#40
quidco 10% (worth a shot) and had £1 in credit from the golden joystick awards.

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