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Brand New PC Super Slow!

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Miltn

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First off all, my specs:

- Nvidia GIGABYTE Geforce GT 1030 GPU
- Intel Pentium G4400 3.3ghz dual core CPU
- 1x8GB ram 2133mhz
-450W Corsair VS PSU
- ASUS H110M-C Motherboard
- TOSHIBA 1TB L200 Bulk 
- Deepcool tesseract blablabla 1080p monitor etc

 

Bat file I used:

https://onedrive.liv...Id=root&o=OneUp

 

So I just got my new pc and forgot my windows but I used an activator/bat file (Link above and avg says it fine) and it worked fine (Home 10 64 Bit), or at least I thought, It says ''windows is activated using your organization's activation service''.

So I think this is the the reason why my fps is horrible in games like gta v Just Cause 3 etc I get only 20-30 fps in 600x480 wich is worse then my last/worse pc... 

Could this be why its so slow? I could just buy windows 10 product key and live a happy gaming life! But I don't want to do it if Im not sure

 

PS: yes I am stupid 

 


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phillpower2

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:welcome:   Miltn,

 

Nvidia GIGABYTE Geforce GT 1030 GPU

 

 

Your 64-bit video card is not suitable for gaming and is best suited for office/school type work etc, it is well below the spec required for the games that you mention in your OP; a 256-bit card would be best but if on a budget a 128-bit card on lower settings would get you by.

 

So I just got my new pc and forgot my windows but I used an activator/bat file 

 

 

Was Windows 10 pre installed on the computer, if yes then there was no need to use any activator/bat file.

 

I could just buy windows 10 product key and live a happy gaming life! But I don't want to do it if Im not sure

 

 

As explained above your video card is not up to the required specification but regardless of this you must always use a legitimate Windows product key and the same for any other software that requires the purchase of an appropriate software licence.


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