Will PUBG Run On My Computer?

PUBG is one of this year’s top-selling games. Unfortunately, it’s not quite as optimized as it could be yet. As a result, many players are asking us one important question: Will PUBG run on my computer? We’ve tried to make the answer to this question as simple as possible.

To begin with, you’ll need to take a look at the PUBG system specifications. After that, you’ll need to look at your own specifications. Finally, you’ll need to edit your in-game settings depending on your system hardware. If you don’t know how to do any of this, don’t worry, we’ll guide you through the whole process below.

Will PUBG Run on My Computer?

(Spec Check)

Will PUBG Run On My Computer?

To begin with, we need to take a look at the recommended and minimum specifications for PUBG. To do this, visit the Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Steam store. Alternatively, take a read through the specifications listed below.

MINIMUM:
Processor: Intel Core i3-4340 / AMD FX-6300
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB / AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB
Storage: 30 GB available space

Will PUBG Run On My Computer?

 (Find Your Specs)

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Now that we’ve taken a look at the minimum specifications for PUBG, it’s time to check your own specifications. You can do this by following the steps listed below:

  • Press the ‘Windows’ key on your keyboard.
  • Type ‘dxdiag’ in the Windows search box
  • Click on ‘Dxdiag’. It should have a small yellow cross and purple circle for a logo.
  • If asked ‘Do you want to check if your drivers are digitally signed?’ click Yes.
  • Click on the ‘system tab’ at the top and look for processor and Memory. Write them down for later.
  • Click on the ‘display’ tab at the top and look for the words in ‘Name’, Write it down for later.

Will PUBG Run On My Computer?

(Check Benchmarks)

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There’s one last step to find out whether you can run PUBG on your computer. You should now have the following information written down: Your GPU name, your CPU name, and your Memory.

 

To check you have enough memory for PUBG:

If you the number you have written down for memory is more than 6144MB, you have enough memory for PUBG.

 

To check you have a good enough Graphics Card for PUBG:

PUBG recommends the GTX 660 or greater. The GTX 660 has a benchmark score of 4,122 on videocardbenchmark.net. Your Graphics card must beat this score. Find your score by following the steps below:

  • Go to videocardbenchmark.net
  • Click on the search box at the top right.
  • Type the graphics card name you wrote down earlier.
  • Press enter on your keyboard and look for your card in the search results.
  • Click on your card in the search results and then review your card score.
  • If it’s more than 4,122, you’re good. If it’s less than 4,122, you will need a graphics card upgrade.

 

To check you have a good enough Processor for PUBG:

PUBG recommends the AMD FX-6300 or greater. The FX-6300 has a score of 6,367. Your processor must have a better score than this. Find your score below.

  • Go to cpubenchmark.net
  • Click on the search box at the top right.
  • Type the processor name you wrote down earlier.
  • Press enter on your keyboard and look for your processor in the search results.
  • Click on your processor in the search results and then review your processor score.
  • If it’s more than 6,367, you’re good. If it’s less than 6,367, you will need a processor upgrade.

Will PUBG Run On My Computer?

(Summary)

That wraps up our guide on how to find out whether PUBG will run on your computer! If you have more than 6GB of RAM and your GPU and CPU have better scores than 4,122 and 6,367, respectively, you’ll be fine. Otherwise, you’ll need an upgrade.

Another thing to keep in mind is that the closer your GPU and CPU scores are to the recommended scores, the lower the settings you’ll need to choose in the PUBG menu to get a smooth frame rate. The higher the score you have, the more graphics settings you’ll be able to turn up to high.

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