The Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor was released in 2007. But how does it pull modern games to Full HD? They released it along with an RTX 2060 6GB graphics card.
CS:GO came with a low 1080p preset. The average framerate here was 65fps.
Cyberpunk 2077 will never start with this processor.
We managed to get an average of 42 fps in GTA 5 in Full HD at low graphics settings.
Fortnite started with the Low/PM preset. The average FPS in this case was 41fps.
Dota 2 was running on Low graphics settings. The average performance in this game was 38 fps.
Valorant also ran on low graphics settings. The average frame rate in this case was 59 fps.
Average performance was 82fps in Team Fortress 2 with the low preset.
PUBG ran on Very Low graphics settings. The average framerate in this game was 30fps.
RUST was running on lowest graphics settings. On average, the performance in it was 36 fps.
Again on Minecraft Java with the Lowest preset, the average FPS was 146 fps.
The Witcher 3 started with the lowest preset. On average, the frame rate was 31 fps.
Battlefield 3 was running on low graphics settings. Average performance for this game was 49fps.
We managed to get an average of 56fps in all games launched in the tested mount. But maybe the results could be better with overclocking or Windows 7.
Features of computer assembly:
- Processor Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz;
- video card Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB – Palit;
- data store 8GB DDR2 800MHz (4x2GB) Dual Channel;
- OS Windows 10 Professional;
- SSD Kingston A400 480GB;
- motherboard Asus Maximus II Formula;
- power unit XFX TS 550W.
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