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Just wait until the game is out maybe you will be ok with your system

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To be honest guys, if I had to replace CPU I'd probably just rebuild a system altogether. I'm a little OCD that way. So that's at least $1000 for GPU CPU Mobo and ram.

I guess I'll give it a try first and see what the performance is like and maybe go from there. Seriously still shocked that I built this 4 years ago, seemed like 2 1/2 tops! Guess life got int he way.

Thanks for the advice everyone. After I try it I'll chime in and maybe post some numbers up for comparison. Thanks again!
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Silly question. If I decide to stick with it, is there is any decent cheap ram? Ram has never, ever been my forte.
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Silly question. If I decide to stick with it, is there is any decent cheap ram? Ram has never, ever been my forte.

 

I kinda doubt that you'll need to upgrade. If you do though, then you'd have to get a 12 GB kit (3 x 4 GB), and the lowest price I can find on any kit - at least on Newegg - is $115:

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226096

 

For 121.99, the next best is:

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226100

 

However, being that you're in CA, I doubt that you'd want to order from Newegg due to paying the state sales tax.

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if your res is 1050p as mentioned in your sig rig then 670 is 99% more than enough
at least wait until the game comes out before you drop $300 on what could be a flop of a title....who knows maybe it doesn't neeed that much GPU power...just sit tight. If the reviews are alright then you dont find yourself happy with the first level's performance, then you can consider upgrading then. It's a waste to trying to predict how a new game engine will run.
     
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http://www.ign.com/wikis/watch-dogs/PC_System_Requirements

 

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Watch Dogs' graphics technical director, Sebastien Viard, dismissed these specs earlier today, stating the real specs won't be as demanding.
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Thanks Two cables. Knowing me though, if it's 35 FPS I get I'll be unhappy. I've been running things surprisingly well, but can't remember the lats game thats really pushed my rig. Debating if it's worth trying to obtain a used GTX 670 online for $150 and draw my luck with SLI. I wonder how the scaling will look with my CPU and ram. I also use to hate SLI because a lot of games did not support it and was frustrating with my 460's.
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Thanks Two cables. Knowing me though, if it's 35 FPS I get I'll be unhappy. I've been running things surprisingly well, but can't remember the lats game thats really pushed my rig. Debating if it's worth trying to obtain a used GTX 670 online for $150 and draw my luck with SLI. I wonder how the scaling will look with my CPU and ram. I also use to hate SLI because a lot of games did not support it and was frustrating with my 460's.

 

I doubt your performance will be that bad, considering what Sebastien said. If anything, your CPU would be the bottleneck, not your video card. However, I doubt that it will be a problem.

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I doubt your performance will be that bad, considering what Sebastien said. If anything, your CPU would be the bottleneck, not your video card. However, I doubt that it will be a problem.

I agree that CPU is most likely to be the bottleneck. I would really consider Xeon X5660 ($170 on eBay) as it's a fantastic value and prices are climbing as X58 users are discovering this. Performance-wise, it falls about halfway between i5-4670K ($250) and i7-4770K ($330), but either would also require a new motherboard - minimum $130 for a decent one IMO.

Actually, the most comparably-performing modern CPU to X5660 would be AMD FX-9590 ($330), although the FX has MUCH higher power consumption, and would require both a motherboard and a $100 AIO cooler to go with it just to run at stock speed.

Heck, X5660 is such a good value, it tempts ME to buy one even though I don't own an X58 motherboard (yet).
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I think that if you SLI your 670, you'll be quite happy with the results. I finally got around to going SLI on my 670 FTW a couple of weeks ago and I couldn't be happier with the performance. I bought it a couple of weeks ago from the OCN Marketplace. Got a much better deal than buying it through ebay. Other than that, some more RAM and an upgraded CPU would be big help! Good luck!!
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