Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Specs leaked

Oct 27, 2017
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If it's anything like GTAV, it'll scale pretty well, but I have to say, I can't imagine playing it on a GTX 770 will be a pleasant experience!
 

Hentailover

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Oct 25, 2017
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TBH that seems super reasonable, wth. Don't make it look like I could run it if I drop resolution down. But, then, game was pretty ok on base PS4, so makes sense I guess.
 

TheMoon

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Oct 25, 2017
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I sit firmly between those two. Except for that ridiculous storage space requirement lol. I really should buy another hard drive...
 

packy17

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Oct 27, 2017
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Much tamer than I was expecting. Should be easy to push this game hard on a 2080ti.
 

zakatana

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I'm curious to see how it'll run on my integrated GPU. Witcher 3 is pretty shit yet borderline playable, but RDR2 seems to run better on base consoles.
 

jett

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Oct 25, 2017
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150GB? Fucking hell. Game installs really need to be a la carte on all platforms, like the PS5. Not interested in 4K textures or multiplayer.

Interesting that it recommends more memory from Nvidia GPUs compared to AMD though. That's a flip from how it used to be.
 

JahIthBer

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Jan 27, 2018
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150GB? Fucking hell. Game installs really need to be a la carte on all platforms, like the PS5. Not interested in 4K textures or multiplayer.

Interesting that it recommends more memory from Nvidia GPUs compared to AMD though. That's a flip from how it used to be.
Doesn't Xbox One already do that? smart delivery or something.
 

Mr_Moogle

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Nov 2, 2017
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I recently bought a 1TB SSD......but I'm not sure I want a single game taking up 150gb. I think I'll install in on my HDD instead.
 

SharpX68K

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Nov 10, 2017
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My specs are this and nothing OC or anything.

Intel Core i7-8700 (6 cores, 12 threads), I don’t even know off hand what the base clock frequency or boost clock is on this thing. It’s an IBuyPower midsize full desktop computer.

16 GB DRR4 - probably one of the slower clocks like 2400 or 2666.

RTX 2070 (vanilla) with 8GB GDDR6.

1TB SSD.

Hooked up via HDMI 2.0 to a 2016 50 inch Samsung 4K, HDR10 TV.

Should I play at 1080p 60fps, with very high settings, RTX OFF (if RDR2 is RTX supported),

Should I play at 4K 30fps with Ultra settings (RTX OFF)

or should I go for 1440p,very high settings and RTX effects ON and hope it doesn’t dip below 60fps.
 

AshenOne

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Feb 21, 2018
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Who the hell is going to save 150 gigs just for RDR2? This is the the point where i am probably never going to get this game....Unless sometime in the future, steam allows me to download only single player and 1080p textures only.
 

Patitoloco

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Oct 27, 2017
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My specs are this and nothing OC or anything.

Intel Core i7-8700 (6 cores, 12 threads), I don’t even know off hand what the base clock frequency or boost clock is on this thing. It’s an IBuyPower midsize full desktop computer.

16 GB DRR4 - probably one of the slower clocks like 2400 or 2666.

RTX 2070 (vanilla) with 8GB GDDR6.

1TB SSD.

Hooked up via HDMI 2.0 to a 2016 50 inch Samsung 4K, HDR10 TV.

Should I play at 1080p 60fps, with very high settings, RTX OFF (if RDR2 is RTX supported),

Should I play at 4K 30fps with Ultra settings (RTX OFF)

or should I go for 1440p,very high settings and RTX effects ON and hope it doesn’t dip below 60fps.
It doesn't have raytracing.
 
Oct 30, 2017
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I wonder. Can you buy this on Steam and easily refund it if it doesn't run sufficently well? Asking because of the Rockstar launcher or whatever the hell it's called.
 

vestan

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Dec 28, 2017
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Who the hell is going to save 150 gigs just for RDR2? This is the the point where i am probably never going to get this game....Unless sometime in the future, steam allows me to download only single player and 1080p textures only.
Bro do you not have a 2TB HDD just to chuck games on

It's cheap as fuck nowadays
 

Monster Zero

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Nov 5, 2017
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Would love to see a comparison of the maxed out lighting in Red Dead 2 vs Metro's raytraced GI. That would be a nice video from DF comparing the best of the old lighting tech vs the newest lighting tech.