Thanks for checking my forum post
its my first
Ive been enjoying ESO with my Girlfriend a lot the last couple of months.
So we do questing and a couple of dungeons. SO im not sure wich activities in this game are the most taxing on the Pc's hardware.Current systems / specs:
I play the game with a decent:Asus ROG Strix GL553VW-DM059T
Running between 50-60 fps outdoors on high-preset settings with AA and Vsync off
My Gf plays on herMacbook Air early 2015
around a 30-40 Fps on low-medium custom settings with viewdistance at 50 quite surprising actualy
Anyhow, ive got a old Desktop pc ive build in 2010 i wish to upgrade for ESO
Specs:Amd Phenom 960T 3,0 Ghz
Asrock 870Extreme 3
Corsair XMS3 DDR3 4GB Ram
XFX HD 6870 1024 MB DDR5
WD Black SATA 6 Gb/s 1TB
Adata HM-650Watt PSU
Aerocool Vx-R Case
Running Windows 10 Pro
The performance is terrible, the game runs better on my Girlfriend Macbook Air , because ESO is being so CPU hungry i read a lotUpgrade plan
I would like to purchase a CPU + Mobo+Ram first on a budget
The thing i cannot figure out is if ESO can run as good on a duel core as on a quad core.
Because the game seems to run better on a i5 5250U on the macbook then it does on the Phenom 960T on the old desktop.
Causing me to assume i would be better of to purchase a high clocked duel core like the i3 7100 or even the i3 7350K
Before considering a i5 7400 , wich is very close in pricing to the i3 7350K
MOney-wise i cant seem to get some clear answhere or answhere searching the forums and youtube videos with
I hope some of you can help me decide if a duel core would work for building a budget friendly ESO gaming PC
My gf only played World of Warcraft and ESO , nothing fancy needed.
I just want to build something for her to game on instead of the macbook air