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good type of computer ?

Hi there. I'm still a beginner, so I hope that stupid questions are forgiven me. :) And the question is: good type of computer on which we can work on UE4 without no problems. If you can recommend a video card that you are satisfied, processor and enough RAM to be good enough for the needs of UE4.

I do not know if this question is redundant or not. I could not find this issue among others, so I let him. Apologies if this question has already been asked. Maybe you can just show me an answer to that question if there have one.

10x in advance.

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asked Oct 04 '14 at 08:21 PM in Everything Else

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Take a look at this thread: https://forums.unrealengine.com/showthread.php?20643-Official-Hardware-Performance-Survey There you can find some good setups :)

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answered Oct 04 '14 at 09:22 PM

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It really depends on what game you are making I would say you need 6gb of ram or higher you can run it at 4 but it takes to long to do enuf stuff my usable of ram 5.43 gb and it not to bad for it. It works but more is always better I am useing Intel i3 cpu 530 2.93GHz but I would opp for i5 or higher I got Nvida GeForce GTX 660 TI and I am more than happy with it I will get another one when I need to upgrade as it will be cheaper than and it support SLI

If you right click on my computer and go to properties and than left click on windows experience index you can see the bottleneck of your pc and see what need upgrading

pc part picker can be really useful it can take out the worry of not knowing what parts are compatible

you can make a new pc and add all the stuff you want and see how much it will come to.

if you are just wanting to just upgrade some parts of your pc just pick the stuff what is in your pc first just so you know what will be compatible with it and than pick what you want to upgrade and than remove the same stuff what you have on your pc to see the Total price

www.pcpartpicker.com us www.uk.pcpartpicker.com uk

sorry for the bad english

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answered Oct 05 '14 at 02:45 AM

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Many thanks to both of you for your answers! You were very helpful! Indeed, big thanks!

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