Small Guide on PC's

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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by L2K Perma » Mon Jul 08, 2019 9:19 am

oneanddone wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:31 am
L2K Perma wrote:
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https://www.walmart.com/ip/CLX-SET-SCRI ... /369082689 This one
Definitely not due to specs. That'll easily run the game on the highest settings. If you just started playing, it could be due to creating the shader cache. You could also try deleting the shader cache and then drive around the map for a bit to rebuild the cache. You'll need to do it during the day and while it's night in the game.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by Daviss42 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 4:47 pm

Just bought this PC, first time PC didn't go high end but what settings will this be able to handle does anyone know? Thanks.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by asyvan » Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:58 pm

I would say, max settings or close to max settings assuming you run 1920x1080 resolution.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by Daviss42 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:36 pm

Thanks for that @guil I totally missed that. Was probably about to receive some very dodgy mail 😂
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by trogladitez » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:32 pm

You'll be able to go beyond max settings with that setup. Go into the cfg files and increase the various lod and draw distances. Make sure and back up the file first.

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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by PrincessJessi84 » Sat Jul 13, 2019 2:19 pm

Daviss42, idk if anyone has mentioned it to u but with that setup u will be right as rain BUT that ssd is really small.. sure it will be more than enough for fs19 but u aren't likely to stop there.. as u r soon to discover there r loads of really well made simulation games (if that's your primary gaming genre) as well as tons of other great games that for various reasons never make a console port, that lil ssd will fill quicker than u would like.. I went from xbone to pc just for fs17 but now I have over a tb worth of games.. I would consider looking for a second drive or a bigger drive as your master.. stick with ssd for the master but a hhd would work fine for most other things as a slave
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by Jballak9197 » Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:36 am

64bit Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Intel Core i3-2100T @2.5GHz or AMD FX-4100 @3.6GHz or better
Nvidia Geforce GTX 650, AMD Radeon HD 7770 graphics card or better (min 2GB VRAM, DX11 support)
4 GB RAM
20 GB free hard drive space
Soundcard

So these would be the minimum requirements to play on PC with minimum/basic settings equivalent to Xbox One X?
If not, What would be the best bang for buck budget build to be able to play with a 4k tv and have the setting on high for the best detail/graphics? Could it be done for $500-$700? This is the only game I play. Would like to play on the 4x maps like County Line with a fair amount of mods. It would basically replace my Xbox in my living room with my surround sound and basic Xbox style controller that my boys and I play...

Case
CPU
CPU Cooler
Motherboard
Memory
Storage
Video Card

I don't know sick'm about computers, but if y'all can give me a realistic list of quality/budget parts, I can purchase and piece it together.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by L2K Perma » Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:52 am

Jballak9197 wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:36 am
64bit Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Intel Core i3-2100T @2.5GHz or AMD FX-4100 @3.6GHz or better
Nvidia Geforce GTX 650, AMD Radeon HD 7770 graphics card or better (min 2GB VRAM, DX11 support)
4 GB RAM
20 GB free hard drive space
Soundcard

So these would be the minimum requirements to play on PC with minimum/basic settings equivalent to Xbox One X?
If not, What would be the best bang for buck budget build to be able to play with a 4k tv and have the setting on high for the best detail/graphics? Could it be done for $500-$700? This is the only game I play. Would like to play on the 4x maps like County Line with a fair amount of mods. It would basically replace my Xbox in my living room with my surround sound and basic Xbox style controller that my boys and I play...

Case
CPU
CPU Cooler
Motherboard
Memory
Storage
Video Card

I don't know sick'm about computers, but if y'all can give me a realistic list of quality/budget parts, I can purchase and piece it together.
I'm not 100% sure on the exact relations but I believe that on console the graphics are set to the pc equivalent of medium settings for most games.

Here is a pretty good build for the $700 price range, whether or not it'll handle 4k all that well I unfortunately am not sure, though as fs19 really isn't too demanding, I'd imagine it would. https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/csQzK8/m ... ming-build
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by Guil » Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:14 am

Bit more expensive but I'd swap the 5800 for a 1660. Seemingly it's a much better card.

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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by SJ_Sathanas » Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:33 pm

Has anyone got any recommended specs? Can't seem to find any. I think I'd like to get back into modding so would like something that can do light rendering/3d work too.
Haven't built a pc or done any 3d work for years. My last rig was a 2.0ghz P4 with a Geforce 4MX and Max 7. Do GPUs have HDMI output nowadays?

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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by L2K Perma » Sun Jul 14, 2019 9:06 pm

SJ_Sathanas wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:33 pm
Has anyone got any recommended specs? Can't seem to find any. I think I'd like to get back into modding so would like something that can do light rendering/3d work too.
Haven't built a pc or done any 3d work for years. My last rig was a 2.0ghz P4 with a Geforce 4MX and Max 7. Do GPUs have HDMI output nowadays?
A lot of them do afaik.

Since you're wanting to do some modeling, I'd probably go with an amd processor, the specs I'd recommend for FS19 should be more than enough, though I'd go with an AMD 2600 or the newer 3600. If you have q budget just let me know and I could come up with a build for you.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by Jballak9197 » Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:45 pm

Guil wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:14 am
Bit more expensive but I'd swap the 5800 for a 1660. Seemingly it's a much better card.
Would the setup L2K Perma shared be able to play with decent settings on a 4x4 map like county line with a fair amount of mods at 1080 or 4k? This is the only game my boys and I play. I'd prefer the graphics to be better than Xbox One, but as long as they are equal to I'll be happy. My boys have watched quite a few youtubers here recently and the availability of mods and bump in graphics really has us wanting to cross over to the pc side. I just have to stick between the $500-700 limit. The one L2K Perma suggested has me thinking pretty hard about putting in an order. But if there anyone running a similar setup that compare the graphics. I would appreciate it.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by L2K Perma » Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:08 pm

Jballak9197 wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:45 pm
Guil wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:14 am
Bit more expensive but I'd swap the 5800 for a 1660. Seemingly it's a much better card.
Would the setup L2K Perma shared be able to play with decent settings on a 4x4 map like county line with a fair amount of mods at 1080 or 4k? This is the only game my boys and I play. I'd prefer the graphics to be better than Xbox One, but as long as they are equal to I'll be happy. My boys have watched quite a few youtubers here recently and the availability of mods and bump in graphics really has us wanting to cross over to the pc side. I just have to stick between the $500-700 limit. The one L2K Perma suggested has me thinking pretty hard about putting in an order. But if there anyone running a similar setup that compare the graphics. I would appreciate it.
After looking it up, I'd recommend what Guil said and go for a GTX 1660 gpu, it's only about $50 more which you could change the psu to a bronze rated psu which would drop it by about $20-$30. Which would then keep this in your budget. Processor wise, it would easily run the map at 1080p. I have an i5-8600k base clocked and it runs the game with my gtx 1070 ti, at ultra settings on MWH just fine. The i5-8600k is slightly faster but not by a whole lot.

If you're a prime member you might even be able to get a few parts quite a bit cheaper during their prime day event which runs tomorrow and Tuesday. In turn you may even be able to pick up a better graphics card potentially.
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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by Guil » Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:14 pm

Jballak9197 wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:45 pm
Guil wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:14 am
Bit more expensive but I'd swap the 5800 for a 1660. Seemingly it's a much better card.
Would the setup L2K Perma shared be able to play with decent settings on a 4x4 map like county line with a fair amount of mods at 1080 or 4k? This is the only game my boys and I play. I'd prefer the graphics to be better than Xbox One, but as long as they are equal to I'll be happy. My boys have watched quite a few youtubers here recently and the availability of mods and bump in graphics really has us wanting to cross over to the pc side. I just have to stick between the $500-700 limit. The one L2K Perma suggested has me thinking pretty hard about putting in an order. But if there anyone running a similar setup that compare the graphics. I would appreciate it.
It should work fine but the 1660 would future proof it a bit.
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That's how it should run with the specs linked. I find that site reliable.

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Re: Small Guide on PC's

Post by allstops » Mon Jul 15, 2019 8:29 pm

Thanks for this thread, I'm inching up to replacing my aging PC, was planning to go Ryzen 7, 2700X, but in my dithering and delay the 3 series are out now. Wondering if anyone has snagged one of the 3800 yet and is it really as awesome as it seems? Kind of thinking i might stick with the 2700X (since thy're dirt cheap right now) and get the X570 MB so I can upgrade in the future if I want to.

Sidebar, since I play on my TV in my LR (yes, with my PC, no dedicated space :( ), wondering what the most cost efficient way to take advantage of the 4K is, would a 2080 work, or do I need the Ti version to get good 4K? Anybody doing 4K with good results with a less expensive option?

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