Elden Ring works fine on 8GB of RAM and more, according to a PC performance testing live blog

Elden Ring works fine on 8GB of RAM and more, according to a PC performance testing live blog ...

The RTX 2060 Super improved to 50-55 fps when traveling outside, which isn’t bad, but a game like Elden Ring is all about speed and you don’t want to miss a single frame.

The RTX 2060, which runs fine indoors and in dungeons, has remained at Medium, but is likely to be 1080p when combined with the GTX 1660 Super.

For me, the fact that loading Elden Ring up with 8GB of RAM and a GTX 1650 works perfectly. I’d admit, however, that it’s not necessary to have 12GB of RAM listed on the system requirements.

The GTX 1050 Ti was bundled up with a Ryzen 3 3300X, 8GB of RAM, and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. It crashed. It’s clear that the GTX 1050 Ti just can’t handle the game at all, as it fits perfectly with the barely-more powerful GTX 1650.

The GPU will be good for 1080p low settings. If you want to go up to 1080p High, you’ll need to have at least a GTX 1660 or equivalent, and imagine a GTX 1070 or 980, using an AMD Radeon RX 580.

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