Original Post - 01/19/2021 5:48 PM *(edited)

MegaCd11

Posts: 5

4 gb of ram, intel celeron, 145 gb of storage, basic video card, Windows 10,

is just for see if it works :P

le kaka computer xd

Reply - 01/19/2021 5:49 PM

pact

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further specify

Reply - 01/19/2021 6:09 PM *(edited)

MegaCd11

Posts: 5

cpu: Intel Celeron N4100, hard disk drive size: 128 Gbytes eMMC, computer mark: ACER

Reply - 01/19/2021 7:59 PM *(edited)

Hawkity

Posts: 1,742

You might get acceptable performance on 2012, however I fear that you might achieve 30 to 20 fps on medium graphical settings in 2016.

Reply - 01/20/2021 9:53 AM

MegaCd11

Posts: 5

oof ok

Reply - 01/20/2021 10:04 AM *(edited)

Noxy

Posts: 94

128 Gbytes eMMC

EXCUSE ME???

Reply - 01/20/2021 10:10 AM

pact

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^ i have 1 tb 120 gb aint blockland.us

Reply - 01/20/2021 10:11 AM

doodama

Posts: 4,034

i can run 2016 and 12 on my other pc (i3 2130, Intel HD Graphics, 4GB RAM, 225GB+225GB HDD)

Reply - 01/20/2021 10:35 AM *(edited)

whiteroach

Posts: 2,166

When it comes to 2012 it will most likely work. 2012 can run on any kind of potato.

But 2016? I think your PC may be a bit too weak to see it running well. Looking at footage online, that Celeron can barely manage a 10fps average in CS:GO.

Reply - 01/20/2021 10:35 AM

coke

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set graphics quality to minimum on 2016 and it should be OK

2012 should run fine

cork