You sure can, that is a good CPU but it's gonna depend on your graphics card as well.Hey men, can i run it on my Intel Core i5 4460? Game-debate says yes, but the rest of internet says that i can´t..... Thanks for answering
That is too bad. Either stage a computer crash or maybe get into consoles and get a PS4/XBox1Now the most important question of all. Who wants to buy me a new computer? I've got a 10 year old Dell and 3 kids. Unfortunately a system update is not in the budget. I've got the same PC (with a couple updates) that I used to play Witcher 1 eight years ago...I had 0 kids then. I might just have to stage a computer crash and force the issue with the wife of buying a new PC.
Mine's the Maxwell part - GM107. Indeed, my overclocks are as stable as I can get them - the only place where I ever get crashes are in my heavily-modded Skyrim set-up.The CPU should be no problem. The GPU is somewhere between slightly less than and slightly above the specified minimum. (There are two very different 860M chips: one is a Maxwell, equivalent to a 750Ti, and the other is a Kepler, equivalent to a 660.) If you have it on a stable overclock, you should well outperform the minimum requirement.
I wouldn't say weak, more like long in the tooth. That particular CPU uses the Nehalem core, the first architecture the Core i7 series was based on and has hyperthreading so it's still a potent CPU.......especially if you overclock itI'm guessing my i7 960 is a little weak. While my Evga GTX 780 superclocked will comfortably be able to carry the day.