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PC SupportHow would this run? [UPDATED]
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Just got a new to me desktop and I'm wondering if it'll struggle with any of these games.
Only things I can find on it are:
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
GTX 1070
And 16GB RAM, I'm not a huge pc gamer, I just switched over from console.
The only games I really plan on playing are Squad, Arma 3, Enlisted, and maybe modded Minecraft.

[UPDATED: GTX 1070; the reason I'm still asking is this: it doesn't have a WiFi chip and I didn't have an adapter, so I'm waiting on my Ethernet switch and cable]
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Added poll so hopefully people with answer
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For 1080p on those games it will run great and you should have no issues with fps etc. There are multiple different ways to get access to the internet with your PC such as ethernet, PCI-E WiFi card or USB WiFi adapter (ethernet being the most reliable).

Once you have your PC connected to the internet, I recommend that you install geforce experience and you update all of your drivers etc to make sure everything is running as good as it can. If you need any help with anything, feel free to message me or just make a thread and I am sure someone will help you out.

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