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    g750JM -can i run doom?

    Hey all, I have a g750jm, which has the gtx 860m 2gb as it's gaming GPU. I'm trying to figure out if this computer will run Doom with decent graphics settings, comparable or better than it might look on ps4... or if it will run it at all. Some more specifications of the jm:

    Intel Core i7-4700HQ 2.4Ghz (Turbo 3.4 GHz)
    12 GB DDR3
    1 TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
    GeForce GTX 860M 2GB

    has anyone tried the game with this computer?
    I really want to play on PC... but maybe not if it will run choppy, or will have much worse graphic settings to run smoothly.

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    This should tell you:

    But guessing that your machine is around their recommended requirements:
    Your i7 is a little better than their recommended i7-3770
    Your Graphics card is has 2GB ram and is a little lower than a GTX 970, which is the bottleneck
    You have 12 GB Ram and the game wants 8GB
    And you need 55GB of space on your computer

    You should be ok with some tweaking to the Anti Aliasing and maybe a slightly lower resolution. Enable tripple buffering (V-sync is your choice) and you should be fine.

    It should be, at the very least, comparable to PS4's release. (Low to Medium settings, I'm guessing)
    Last edited by Veovis; 05-16-2016 at 10:45 PM.

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