Comment from: john

I think it will be close to that but the Graphics card will be higher, like the Ati HD 4000 series and Nvidea GT 200/Nvidea geforce 9000 series or something close to that

26th February 2011 @ 10:18
Comment from: stuff

More like quad core and atleast 4 gigs of ram, unless you plan on lagging around everywhere you go, and I agree with john on the graphics.

27th February 2011 @ 03:20
Comment from: john

Whell about the 4 gigs of Ram is a little demanding, I would think about 1.5 gigs for minimum and max 2.5 gigs, also a high end dualcore will do the trick also for medium/high play,
For like max play I would suggest a quad-core Q8300 tops running at 2.5 Ghz will do perfect for max settings,
If it will be higher then that people will have problems and they will need to buy a new computer, and computers with that kinds specs will cost aroun 800 till 900 euro's in my country, ofcourse you can rebuild your computer but you'll have to upgrade ram and CPU, it's regular to have a Desktop with about 4 gigs of ram so the game will ask a little less, if I think logicly.

5th March 2011 @ 10:54
Comment from: Mike

Can you guys help me out?
AMD II-640BOX X4 3.0GHZ processor, 4GB DDR3 Ram GT440 1024 DDR5 GPU

Be enough to run on high?

12th March 2011 @ 13:04
Comment from: Shaku

4 gigs ram is not uncommon on modern games for recommended system and actually sounds like a flawless guess on stuff's behalf though that is on RECOMMENDED and likely only on vista/ win 7 systems. I would not be shocked if xp was not supported, as its getting obsolete for gaming and DX10 sounds more likely for minimum though the screens were almost certainly DX11. DX9 is unstable and Bethesda has turned out enough unstable games with that cursed gamebryo engine, the repairation of that issue being part of the goal with the new engine.

23rd March 2011 @ 23:56
Comment from: ShrooMz

I dont know why you would recommend a quad-core seeing as i doubt all cores will be utilized. I plan on buying a new pc just for this game :D i wana run it on max max. I rate bout 3 gigs ram would be tops. I have a 9800gt which up until now has run everything on ultra (except black ops which was just high) and il actually be disappointed if a 9000 series card can run this game near max. This must be the new generation of gaming and u gota step up or go back to emulators :P

21st April 2011 @ 07:06
Comment from: e.nightmare

Even a semi-optimized engine like the Gamebyro engine liked having more cores to run threads on, i mean look at battlefield bad company 2 it loves using all 8 not to the max but it greatly reduces load time and smooths out transitions in gameplay so there is no popping of LOD or textures and smooth as butter particle physics.

Unfortunately, software devs still support out of date tech long after it should have died. Honestly The Elder Scrolls game type (massive worlds you just wander aimlessly around) would benefit greatly from an x64 build if it was optimized right. Newer games should allow caching of as much game data as you want. Obviously the gamebyro engine might not have been able to handle it but not having to load everything from the hard drive every fast travel would have been nice. In this day and age where "Average" new computers are sold with 6 to 8 gb of ram and some of the high end motherboards support up to 48gb we should be able to dedicate large chunks of ram to support the large amount of textures games use now.

23rd April 2011 @ 09:28
Comment from: Skyrimidcomeing111111

Woa, this game will be so epic!

And my computer can totally handle it! FINALLY!

I have 2gigs ram 864 Mb VRAM and a core processor a ... I don't know what sound system, but lots of base! :) and A dual core processor! :) Finally a game that works for me!

13th June 2011 @ 17:20
Comment from: Maizel

I think the listed predicted requirements are spot on for the minimum.

For recommended specs, I'd bet on something like:

Core 2 quad @ 3ghz.
4GB Ram
Nvidia 460 ATI 5770, or the likes.

14th June 2011 @ 20:47
Comment from: Just a guess(t)
Just a guess(t)

I'd say as long as you have :
2 gigs of RAM (3 for Vista/Windows 7)
12-15 gigs of hard drive space
A 2+ core processor clocking around 2.7 GHz
and a graphics card with at least 512 megs of video RAM
you can run it pretty well

15th June 2011 @ 21:21
Comment from: Just a Guest2
Just a Guest2

So do you guys think my computer could handle it?


20th June 2011 @ 03:18
Comment from: gFX

Hey guys help me here please!

Will I be able to run Skyrim with a combination of medium and high settings with this laptop?

Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz
500 GB HDD

Please someone help me! I'm ready to order the game...

22nd June 2011 @ 06:13
Comment from: Confused

I think my computer should be able to run it:

AMD Phenom II X6 4.20 GHz O.C.
3.2 TB HD

I should probably be able to play on high.

24th June 2011 @ 21:10
Comment from: Milad

I think if you can play witcher 2 on your system smoothly then you can play skyrim on it with at least medium graphic settings.

1st July 2011 @ 22:54
Comment from: Asus

does this computer meet the system requirements http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834230089

6th July 2011 @ 14:44
Comment from: Infamous

I think my Asus laptop could run this on High.

Ram: 4gb DDR3
GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTS 360M
CPU: i5 430M OCed
HDD: 500GB 7200RPM

27th July 2011 @ 20:07

i dont know if my computer will work for skyrim here is the list of the parts
an "asus m4a87td evo" motherboard
a "gigabyte gv-n460Oc-1gi" video card
an "amd hdz965fbgmbox" cpu
a "western digital wd5001aals" hard drive
i have 4gb ram so ik thats alright but idk much about computers so im not sure bout the rest of this stuff. do you think it would work skyrim?

30th July 2011 @ 00:05
Comment from: micha

can i play it?

AMD Phenom2 X4 840 3,20GHz
6 gb ram
ATI HD5450 1GB graphic
500 tb hdd

30th July 2011 @ 16:45
Comment from: reichmonster

i have a alienware m17x, but its 6 years old. i'm trying to decide if i should get a new alienware 17x or get an asus g74sx -a2 both are laptops
i download a lot of mods (great stuff by the way, thanks modding people.) so i need something powerful so i could play on full everything
as of now my alien cant run witcher 2
if you have any suggestions send them right to me a axr450@gmail.com
for the help

1st August 2011 @ 02:50
Comment from: Euan

My graphics card is a Asus HD5670
Do you think this could run the game?

1st September 2011 @ 20:54
Comment from: HardGamer

Do you think I can run it with:

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.20GHz
8GB Kingston HyperX Memory
EVGA GeForce GTX 570


10th September 2011 @ 03:13
Comment from: Martin

Euan: yes, I expect that will be more than enough. It's a mid-level card, so maybe not too great for ultra-high settings, but for medium-high I don't think you'll have a problem so long as the rest of your system is half decent

Regarding CPU: published specs always tend to overestimate processor/RAM requirements: I bought an HD6770 for my old PC and it came with a free copy of Dirt 3. I was a bit disappointed when I read that Codemasters specified a 2.8 Ghz Athlon x2 as a MINIMUM requirement to run the game, as all I have is a 2.6 Ghz Athlon x2 5000+. I expected the game to be laggy and unplayable. Lo and behold, the game runs at a respectable 30 fps on HIGH settings, and up to the region of 60 fps if the settings are tweaked down to medium.

Sure a slow processor CAN be a bottleneck to a decent GPU, but in my experience, as long as it's at least a dual core processor from the last five or six years, and the rest of your system is reasonable, then an under-spec CPU will not make the game unplayable.

11th September 2011 @ 12:33
Comment from: Ameya595

PLz help me out....
My rigs are-
intel core i5 @3.30 GHz (turbo boost upto 3.70 GHz)
4 GB DDR3 RAM @ 2000 MHz
and a GTS 250 1gb
would this game run smoothly oh ultra settings on these rigs?
plz help me out...i m planning on buying this game!!!!

12th September 2011 @ 11:27
Comment from: Turmoil

Do you think Ill be able to run it with:

Quad Core i7 880 2.93 ghz.
4 gbs ddr3 ram.
GeForce Gt 430.
Please respond im hoping I can play it?

13th September 2011 @ 10:45
Comment from: Tommo

do you think this laptop will run it?
acer laptop
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium - Intel Core i7-2630QM processor (2GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.90GHz - 6 MB L3 cache) 6GB - 640GB Hard Drive - Graphics - Nvidia Gforce 1GB

19th September 2011 @ 17:59
Comment from: Darkling

hey i was wondering i have a super good graphics card however I only have 2GB of RAM and my processor is a bit old its a AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+ but I can run fallout 3 on max settings, is my processor good enough? someone please help, if i need to buy new parts I will, I need to have Skyrim for PC!

22nd September 2011 @ 22:00
Comment from: soboVI

Hello Girls, and Boys,

So I think it Gonna be an Amazing and Huge adventure.
I mean SKYRIM.

So, Is it good a Nvidia Geforce 9800 GT 512 Mb.
Gotta one ...

Than k you all ...

23rd September 2011 @ 19:26
Comment from: jeff

im building a new computer just for this game.

amd phenom 2 x4 965 3.4ghz going to oc
gigabyte ga-880gm-usb3
radeon 6870 1gb oc
8g of corsair 1333 going to oc
700w psu with 2 12v rails with 50A
custom matx case with 2 60mm fans (20cfm each)
2 80mm fans (38 cfm each)
1 120mm fan (89 cfm)
case will be negative pressure

sorry im really excited

25th September 2011 @ 04:03
Comment from: PetroANT

Is this enough for run skyrim on med/high?

Aspire M3300ACER
PC Desktop CPU AMD Phenom II X2 555 - 3,20GHz / 4GB DDR3 / 500GB / 7 HP / DVD-RW / ATI Radeon HD 5450 512MB

26th September 2011 @ 13:34
Comment from: Petro

Can I run it?

Aspire M3300ACER
PC Desktop CPU AMD Phenom II X2 555 - 3,20GHz / 4GB DDR3 / 500GB / 7 HP / DVD-RW / ATI Radeon HD 5450 512MB

26th September 2011 @ 13:35
Comment from: Gabriel

Hello, do you guys think my computer can handle this game i don´t really know if i can play high or medium here´s my spec: Nvidia GeForce GTS 250, 4 GB ram DD2, Motherboard GigaByte G41M-ES2L, Processor. Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU @ 3.00 Ghz 3.00 Ghz, System Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit HDD 1 tb.

27th September 2011 @ 13:42
Comment from: Gabriel

Hello, do you guys think my computer can handle this game i don´t really know if i can play high or medium here´s my spec: Nvidia GeForce GTS 250, 4 GB ram DD2, Motherboard GigaByte G41M-ES2L, Processor. Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU @ 3.00 Ghz 3.00 Ghz, System Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit HDD 1 tb.

27th September 2011 @ 13:43
Comment from: Kieran Volbrecht
Kieran Volbrecht

If these stats are true, will it be able to run on an intel i5 2.8ghz processor?

27th September 2011 @ 23:14
Comment from: Nathan

Educated guess my ass. My dick has more power then an Ati 1800, that stuff is years old, and they just wrote a new engine.

28th September 2011 @ 14:14
Comment from: Daniel

Can you guys tell me if my NVIDIA GeForce GT 530 will work on this game please......

30th September 2011 @ 20:38
Comment from: hydravox

just upgraded for this game and a few others like rage :)

phenom x4 955 3.2ghz (running 3.9Ghz)
Gigabyte 990x sli/xfire mainboard
16gb ddr3 1333
only downfall is im running 2x 8800gt on sli which for now im hoping will run it till i can afford summin like the gtx570

1st October 2011 @ 15:25
Comment from: Alex

Hi I need a little help, I'm planning on buying a new laptop for college but I love to play the elder scrolls series, I played it on xbox but I really want to move onto pc platform. Will this laptop be able to handle the requirements of Skyrim.?

If not guys could you please give me some pointers, would really appreciate it.

2nd October 2011 @ 10:22
Comment from: Andy

Im looking forward to play it on my GeForce 6600. Yes i will. Analizing demo footage i noticed the vegetation is static. That is very important for running a game on so weak card. Less things is animated on screen = better. Also a fact that the game stays on directx 9.

Visually game looks like Oblivion and i can't see anything that could cause a problems. Shadows can be scaled as you like also.

So don't worry guys the requirements should not be high. Otherwise Bethesda will fail at this aspect.

2nd October 2011 @ 18:12
Comment from: Zokunen

I have a laptop at my disposal at the moment and I am concerned on how well its gonna run skyrim. Really need your opinion.

Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 540m
Processor: Intel Core i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00Ghz

4th October 2011 @ 19:38
Comment from: Steve

My custom built pc is...

AMD Athlon 2 X4 640 at 3.0ghz
8 Gig ddr 2 ram
Nividia 260GTX 896 mb
Windows 7 64 bit.

I am counting the days for Skyrim to take over my sad pathetic life!!! Bring on the Dragons!!!

I would be happy enough to play Skyrim at Med/High levels.

5th October 2011 @ 17:19
Comment from: Dekson

All Skyrim videos you have seen on YouTube are from Xbox360 version of the game, so most of these computers are good to go. So I think... :D

11th October 2011 @ 21:11
Comment from: Pro

my laptop has:

intel i7 quad core - 2GHz bost up to 2.9GHz

NVIDIA GeForce GT-540m up to 1.8GB dedicated VRAM (128 bit, 96 - unified pipelines)


640GB HDD (like 550+ free)

screen res is like 720p sorta thing? idk..

does anyone know if it could run skyrim? even on mid? im not sure..

12th October 2011 @ 12:12
Comment from: Craig

does anyone think a ATI RadeonHD5450 512 MB will be able to cope?

12th October 2011 @ 16:06
Comment from: Annoctatio

Yeah, I have the following:

Asus ENGTX460 Direct CU v2 Over-clocked
Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E6700 @ 3.20GHz
4GB of RAM (although I have Windows XP, 32-bit).

Runs almost every game on maximum. (Even GTA IV, it goes with steady FPS of 28.) The Witcher 2 is the only game that drops below 25 FPS on max, and even then it's only 20 FPS.

15th October 2011 @ 15:16
Comment from: Bunie

Yeeeaaah, your requirements there look a little too much like Oblivions. you probably got the CPU right. I expect skyrim to need ATLEAST 2GB of ram on Win7, and an Nvidia 9 series card.

17th October 2011 @ 20:42
Comment from: joshua

hopefully I can run it

phenom x3 2.8 ghrz(overclocked 3.4)

v8 cooler

8 gigs ddr 1066 ocz gold ram

ATI RADEON 3870x2 1gig card
*not 2 cards it is the x2 version*

We will See!!!!!!

24th October 2011 @ 15:23

Well, now we know:
Recommended Skyrim system requirements:
- Windows 7/Vista/XP PC (32 or 64 bit)
- Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD CPU
- 4GB System RAM
- 6GB free HDD space
- DirectX 9.0c compatible NVIDIA or AMD ATI video card with 1GB of RAM (Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 or higher; ATI Radeon 4890 or higher)
- DirectX compatible sound card
- Internet access for Steam activation.

25th October 2011 @ 22:44
Comment from: Hamish

What setting could i run Skyrim on??

i7 2630QM
AMD Radeon 6770M 1gb
8gb 1333

26th October 2011 @ 03:45
Comment from: Old Fart
Old Fart

Could you please tell me if "Activating" by internet is needed for the single player story on PC and on Playstation3?
Thanks for your help

26th October 2011 @ 11:31
Comment from: Darkestmind

3Ghz intel Quad core
4G Ram
Asus GeForce GTX580 DirectCUII GPU

think i'll be fine :)
now just some days to wait...

26th October 2011 @ 13:23
Comment from: benjamin

will i be able to play on medium/high settings without AA
duel core x2 5200+ 2.67ghz
geforce 9500gt 512mb ddr3
4gb ram

26th October 2011 @ 14:16
Comment from: jackson

I have a quad core and 4 gigs of ram, but will my laptop be able to run it with a ati 5470 hd?

26th October 2011 @ 19:37
Comment from: Whatev

Im guessing that as long as I can run crysis and crysis 2 on max I should be able to run skyrim no problem XD

27th October 2011 @ 00:00
Comment from: Ben

Will my computer be able to run Skyrim maxed? or at least high? I have an Asus N53SN-XR2 with an i7-2630QM Processor, 4GB ram, and this... thing... NV GT 550 2G DDR3 VRAM. Im sorta computer retarded, but Im starting to get into PC gameing cuz its so much better.

27th October 2011 @ 00:24
Comment from: Seth

Well, requiremts don't seem to high. i expected higher ones. seems like it will even run on my old xp-pc from 2008 ;-)

27th October 2011 @ 15:14
Comment from: manos

my graphic card is an ati mobility hd 4330 2234 hyper memory.i now its not good but do i stand any chance to play this game?it manadged to run withcer 2 on high resolution pretty well...i soo wanna play this!

27th October 2011 @ 18:09
Comment from: Kevin

2 RAM = (Not very good...)
4 RAM = (Fair)
6 RAM = (Great)
6+ RAM = (Amazing)
512 MB VRAM = (Barely made it)
1 GB VRAM = (Good)
1+ GB VRAM = (Great)
AMD Phenom II and Intel i5 or i7 should be fine, (should be 2.00ghz or more).
If you ran Witcher II and/or Crisis II on uber settings you should be fine.

28th October 2011 @ 01:52
Comment from: Dark_Kitarist

Ah… I'm a little disappointed at the min/max requirements for the game, because with the min/max requirements so low I don’t think that the graphics will be a world different than Oblivion, and even the min HDD reqs are soooooo low like 6GB? I was hoping at least 10GB or even 20GB but I know that Gamebryo doesn’t use such big textures as Rage does :P … And I bought a new Rig this year and now it’s going to be disappointed cause it won’t even start to sweat under the strain of the game. So what comes after Sykrim? Valenwood? Hammerferll?
Intel i7 2600k @ 4.8Ghz
Asus Maximus IV Extreme
16GB RAM 2133Mhz(G.Skill)
2x120GB OCZ Agility 3 in RAID0
2x eVGA GTX570 2.5GB(SLi) @ 800
Corsair HX850w PSU

So I think when the next game comes out a few years in the future I could still play it :P.

28th October 2011 @ 07:12
Comment from: bowas

will my laptop be able to run this on ultra - high, 2630qm i7, nvidia 560gtx 1,5 gb + 4gb flashdrive mem, 8 gb ddr3,

28th October 2011 @ 09:41
Comment from: ReDEvil

So... radeon 5770 cant run Skyrim... Plz can someone reply asap :P

28th October 2011 @ 10:22
Comment from: ReDEvil

Can my computer run this:

-dell xps 8100 64 bit
-intel ii7 2.80GHz
- graphics card Radeon 5770 HD

plz reply asap cause im goin to order it now :P

28th October 2011 @ 10:27
Comment from: ExiledBreton

I REALLY hope those minimum specs are accurate, because by my reckoning i should just about be able to play in minimum spec (till i can upgade after christmas is out of the way) amazing graphics don't mean all that much to me, but I'm hoping my puny NV9500gs will run it . Looks like I'm gonna need a new MB n CPU and probably a stackload more RAM

currently running;
Intel core2 duo E7400 @ 2.8ghz
2GB of Ram
a puny Geforce 9500gs 1GBv
Win 7 ultimate

So I should run it fine in minimum specs (if those specs are accurate)
looks like I'm gonna need to do some .ini tweaking when i get this
(I played oblivion on a geforce 5200FX for nearly 6 months at 12fps but even then it was only due to .ini tweaks)

28th October 2011 @ 14:41
Comment from: Christmas409

Do you think these specs would be able to run Skyrim? What settings? [Low], [Med], [High] ? What framerate should I expect?

# AMD Phenom II X4 955 processor - 3.2GHz, 6MB L3 Cache
# 4GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 8GB)
# AMD Radeon HD 5450 Graphics - With 512MB video memory, DVI and VGA capabilities
#Windows 7

Looking at a 1GB HD graphics card to replace the 512mb. What would change? (game settings and fps wise)

Chris Carroll

29th October 2011 @ 06:45
Comment from: Jesper

I have a Intel Core i5-460M ptocessor, and a NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M. Do I meet the requierments? do i meet them very well or barely? I just do not understand these two, thanks for reply.

30th October 2011 @ 16:11
Comment from: Jasper

I have a NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M and a Intel Core i5-460M processor, do i meet the requirements with theese?will i be able to play it without problems?thanks for reply.

30th October 2011 @ 16:12
Comment from: Eli Smith
Eli Smith


Our specs are similar. I have a system that I had built June 2010 with an i7-860, 4gb ram, ati 5770. About 6 months ago, I got another ati 5770 to try out crossfire.
It runs some pretty graphically intense games just fine, such as Battlefield BC2/Vietnam, Witcher 2, Crysis: Warhead, Dead Island to name a few. I've never complained about the speed or visual goodness.

Who knows how this game will run, at the end of the day it depends on how efficient the coding is.
Bear in mind, the 'Recommended' system specs. are for 'High' setting. For 'Ultimate' setting, the developer has stated you will need a pretty beast system. Although no details were given. I think it's great for those folks that have built a bleeding edge system, to take advantage of the hardware they've invested in. All those video settings give just about anyone/everyone a chance to try out the game.

30th October 2011 @ 17:55
Comment from: Gibl3ts

When they say:
Minimum Requirements: Direct X 9.0c compliant video card with 512 MB of RAM

what is the bare minimum, lets say in terms of an nvidia and an ATI card? cause i have an nvidia gt 540m (my cpu's fine) and i have no idea if i can run it decently with decent graphics (i'd say medium, not high). If anyone can help, chuck me an email, it would be appreciated :)

31st October 2011 @ 01:04
Comment from: Wargamer

I honestly can't believe any of these setting requirements. A brand new game like this and it can run on 2 or 3 year old systems on high? I really think some one is pulling our legs.

I had a talk with a guy who works at a particular store (not saying which one), and he told me that the game was going to be very intensive on computers, not just on graphics but on the cpu and memory. He said it will likely require 8 GB of ram just to run because the entire world needs to be loaded into memory at all times.

I don't know who to believe, but my gut feeling is that it will be more like Oblivion, requiring hardware that didn't even exist at the time. Although, i really don't wanna shell out for a new system right now, so lets hope my gut feeling is wrong.

31st October 2011 @ 01:18
Comment from: Ben

Will i beable to play it at bare minimum but with virtually no lagg or At leat a little?
AMD Athlon(tm) II P320 Dual-Core Processor (2 CPUs), ~2.1GHz
3gb ram
Windows 7
Ati radeon 4250 hd

31st October 2011 @ 20:24
Comment from: helpmeplz

Will I be able to max it? my notebook is a sony Vaio F series 3D with these specs: intel quad core I7 2720QM (6mb cache, 2,2 , 3,3 turbo boost) 8 giga ram and gt 540 M 1 GIGA, i know its graphic card isnt verry goos, but will i be able to max it without 3D?

31st October 2011 @ 21:12
Comment from: jeremy

guys i got a 2.7ghz dual core
a overclocked 1.5 gb gt430
windows xp and 3.5gb ram
one more thing i barely runned witcher 2 but i ran games like mw 2 at max at a decent 1200x800

1st November 2011 @ 05:40
Comment from: jeremy

guys i got a 2.7ghz dual core
a overclocked 1.5 gb gt430
windows xp and 3.5gb ram
one more thing i barely runned witcher 2 but i ran games like mw 2 at max at a decent 1200x800

1st November 2011 @ 05:41
Comment from: Travis

i dont know if it will run on my complooper guys plzz help!

CPU: intel i7 990x @ 3.4
mobo: rampage III black edition
ram: 24gb
GPU: x2 gtx 580 sli
OS: Windows 7
PSU: 1500

1st November 2011 @ 17:45
Comment from: Detry

A friend of mine, recieved a copy of Skyrim (to review the game) and he told me the specs are almost the same as for oblivion.
This is mainly because they created a new, more efficient engine.

Besides, xbox 360 came out more than 5 years ago and it still should be able to play the game with decent graphics. (which isn't possible if you need the most modern hardware)

1st November 2011 @ 20:47
Comment from: Johnny

I have a Toshiba Qosmio X505 gaming laptop. With the specs below what setting will I able to play Skyrim on?? It has the 18 inch screen with full 1080p display so 1920x1080 would be around what I run it at I suppose.

Intel i7 Core 740 (1.73Ghz)
Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
NVidia GTS 360M

Thanks for any input. Let me know if you need more information :D

2nd November 2011 @ 06:50
Comment from: mr tiny
mr tiny

Looks like i'll be able to run it on low strange as I got vagas on ultra. nice gaming bundles on dabs.com might get the £469.99 one I musy admit I dont get the new i3/5/7 thing I take it an i7 = fab? Coz thats whats in the budle
Todd is god

3rd November 2011 @ 03:08
Comment from: Skyrim Wisdom
Skyrim Wisdom

Gosh guys... Most of you are wondering if you can run SKyrim, and most of your PC specs are way above what is required!!!! You sound as if it was a life-threatening condition if SKyrim is not running on your machine!!!!!! Relax men!

3rd November 2011 @ 05:39
Comment from: mitch12

will this max it out

phenom 2 x4965 processor 3400 mhz

4 gb ram

radeon hd 5770 1 gb

3rd November 2011 @ 13:13
Comment from: mitch12

will this max the game

phenom 2 x4965 processor 3400 mhz

4 gb ram

radeon hd 5770 1 gb

3rd November 2011 @ 13:15
Comment from: Bob

it just seems like everyone wants to brag about their pc builds on here. they already know itll run, akak the 2x gtx580s lol. i know my pc will run it very well

AMD Phenom II x6 1100T 3.3ghz
16GB 1600mhz DDR3 ram
3.5TB hard drive space

4th November 2011 @ 16:24
Comment from: kjt28

My laptop should be able to play it

Intel i7 2630Q 2GH (2.9GH boost)
Nvidea Geforce 560
8GB ram
1.5TB hard drive
Windows 7

4th November 2011 @ 17:10
Comment from: Fenrir

I5 2500k stock (cpu)
2x2gb dual channel ddr3 gskill ripjaws (ram)
asus p8p67 (mobo)
1tb sata 3 seagate (hd)
sapphire hd 6950 2gb dirt 3 edition (vga)
win7 64bit (os)
the end of any kind of social life (destiny)

if this cant max out, then i give up ...

5th November 2011 @ 03:49
Comment from: Thom

I have a NVIDIA GeForce GT 230M card. It says Standard Memory Config is up to 1 GB but I don't know if that meets the recommended requirements. Also I have a 2 Duo processor, is it possible to upgrade my processor in a Toshiba Lap top?

5th November 2011 @ 17:25
Comment from: Alex

I think I'll be playing on Low / Medium until I buy a desktop....

i5 430M @ 2.26 GHz
8GB DDR3 Ram
Radeon Mobility HD 5470

5th November 2011 @ 19:08
Comment from: Shep

Just built my machine recently

Asrock Fatal1ty Z68 gen3
I7 2600k (8M Cache, 3.40 GHz)
Gainward GTX 580, 3072MB Phantom
16GB DDR3 PC3-17000 2133MHz RipjawsX CL9, do you guys reckon I could max it out in full hd res?. or will I have to go SLI? and why there's no official info for those kind of things, dammit?!

6th November 2011 @ 00:57
Comment from: Sven

I only have the minimum requirements for skyrim and i'm wondering if i could still play skyrim without lagging every two secs. Could you help me out?
What i have in my PC:
-Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz
-RAM 2.0 GB
-Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3 (build 2600)
-ATI Radeon Graphics Processor (0x94C3) => Video RAM 512 MB, Pixel Shader version 3.0, Vertex Shader version 3.0
-ATI Function Driver for High Definition Audio - ATI AA01

8th November 2011 @ 13:22

Stupid kids...stop posting comments about you stupid ultra PC specs....Stop asking if game will work if u certnly do know that will work...And probably u live about your pc specs just for beeing cool...GET A LIFE!

8th November 2011 @ 20:07
Comment from: Dwmaso001

What do you guys think:
Core 2 quad CPU
4 gb ddr2
9800GT 512 MB GPU

9th November 2011 @ 04:44
Comment from: Dozinox

I don't get why you people ask if the game will run on your super PC, seriously, WHY? The real question here is if it will run on my PC:

Intel Quad Core Q8300 @ 2.50 Ghz
Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX 1GB

Please, if you know, give me a response ;)

9th November 2011 @ 11:05
Comment from: hunter

Hey anybody actuly know what the max settings are recommended I know my I7 extreme wont be a problem wondering on the 6 gigs of ram weather it'll take 8 and and i assume my 5870 crossfire will be fine///just want to know the max settings

9th November 2011 @ 19:01
Comment from: ShadowWolf[PWI]

i already know mine can xD

PhenomII x4 965 3.4ghz
EVGA GTX460 1gb
4gb ram DDR3
MSI 870U-G55 with OC software.

9th November 2011 @ 20:14
Comment from: Dion

Can I play this with my microwave> Flextopic much.

9th November 2011 @ 21:42
Comment from: Dark_Kitarist

I just have to say one thing... Less then 14 hours to go :D

10th November 2011 @ 09:59
Comment from: Ivan

Hi guys,one question before I order skyrim.

To be short

My spec is i7,16 gb ram,hd6750 1gb,would I be able to run skyrim on high :(???

I know that graphic card is slacking :((((

10th November 2011 @ 11:07
Comment from: ABIDOR

13 hours left ....
HD6990 crossfired :)

10th November 2011 @ 15:42
Comment from: Rares

I need some help.I've run the game but it doesn't start to the menu...it shows the intro Bethesda and then I get a symbol representing a snake...and it stays that way forever...Now I know my pc isn't very sofisticated but it can run on minimum requirements...
AMD Athlon ~ 2.4 GHz
Memory 2 GB Ram
Video Card:GeForce 8600 GT 512 MB
->Curent Display Mode:1024 x 768

10th November 2011 @ 19:43
Comment from: Rares

I don't understand why it doesn't run on my comp with minimum requirements because I have the following:
AMD Athlon ~ 2.4 GHz
2GB Ram
Video Card:GeForce 8600 GT 512MB

10th November 2011 @ 19:47
Comment from: Greg

Awesome - I've got everything covered except the "Internet access for steam" thing. Is that a show-stopper?

10th November 2011 @ 22:08
Comment from: Jonathan abbott
Jonathan abbott

ok this is what im getting in my computer as soon as it comes in

3Gb or ram
1Gb graphics card
500Gb HDD
Intel i5 Quadcore or something

10th November 2011 @ 22:30
Comment from: Klaus

I play with a E8500 DualCore @ 4 GHz, 4 Gbyte RAM DDR 2 @900 MHz, GTX 460 Superclocked and a RAID System.
Thats more than enough.
1680x1050,Maximium Details, very smooth.

They made the graphics down for the PS3 and XBOX fools as well, that´s why the perfomance is so good.

11th November 2011 @ 00:21
Comment from: GOD Damn
GOD Damn

god damn my nvida gerforce 210 dose not match the requirement only the min jejjejej ohh shit and my AMD athlon dual core nether only the min omg xD i need a better computer for this game

11th November 2011 @ 16:58
Comment from: Thomas

Hi! I've got a Sapphire 3870 Ultimate 512 MB, 2GIGs of RAM, and Core 2 Duo E7400 @2,8GHz. I play the game in 1680x1050, no AA, High Settings, except the radial blur, which is medium. Nice FPS, but the water looks not so good. My friend plays the game with an ASUS 9400GT(!!!!) 1gig on LOW settings, and the water is beautiful!!! And no custom settings in the ini file! Just LOW. What is needed for the beautiful water effect?? I mean both cards are DX 10.

12th November 2011 @ 12:35
Comment from: Dayton

Hey guys, my graphics card broke when I got home with Skyrim (I know it sounds to awful to be true but it is) and I replaced it with my old Geforce 8400. I have 4 gigs of ram and a 2.51ghz dual core processor. I know it isn't the best set-up but even at the lowest settings the lag makes it unplayable. Ive been planning on upgrading my Graphics card but still. I understand the minimum requirements are to play it minimally but I can't play it at all. I meet or exceed all of the requirements. Any advice on what I can do to make it playable till I get a new graphics card?

13th November 2011 @ 02:08
Comment from: Worm

Come on now guys, don't go overshooting specs. Remember this is a platform game. You guys are talking specs better than the platforms.

13th November 2011 @ 17:23
Comment from: James

Hi Guys,
Just want to be sure that my PC can run Skyrim smoothly - I meet all the recommended settings except the RAM - I only have 2gb RAM for 2.5ghz quad core... Is it likely to lag alot like Saints Row 2 or should it be fine?
Any advice would be appreciated,

Thanks, James

13th November 2011 @ 20:26
Comment from: Destke

Lol! Even my 9800gt can run this game on High, no lag at all.

13th November 2011 @ 23:10
Comment from: Kavaleuski

I am trying to run skyrim but it lags badly even on low settings. The auto detect put it on medium. Is there anything i can do?
My specs
ATI Radeon hd 4330
4GB Ram
AMD Turion X2 Dual Core Mobile RM-74 2.20 GHz

14th November 2011 @ 00:01
Comment from: shan visitor
shan visitor

I am considering purchasing a new laptop to play skyrim. Can someone please tell me if this model will work??
HP pavillion/AMD A series processor/ 8gb memory/640GB hard drive
AMD Quad-core A8-3500 acelerated processor with AMD radeon HD 6620G discrete class graphics
Windows 7 Home premium edition 64bit operating system.
I am computer stupid, and will appreciate any feedback. Thanks

14th November 2011 @ 00:16
Comment from: vincent mcbride
vincent mcbride

for a graphics card i would recommend either a GTX 560 Ti or maybe a ATi 6870 1GB.

14th November 2011 @ 16:03
Comment from: conrad

hey guys, i was thinking, if you could make this game (redefine) and make a mac os type of game? it would mean the world to me! please??

14th November 2011 @ 16:49
Comment from: Quinton

can a radeon hd 4250 graphics card run skyrim

14th November 2011 @ 20:32
Comment from: Fox

Hello I bought Skyrim off of Steam but when I logged in everything was laggy, the dialogue didn't match the character expressions, and everything was extremely slow. I considered turning down the graphics on the game but realized that there is no settings option to do so. I quit the game and looked up my system info, everything checked out above or on par with the requirements listed here. If someone would PLEASE be so kind as to email me with a possible solution I would be more than grateful. I have waited for this game since Oblivion and my disappointment when I learned that I could not play it was crushing. As one who does not know much about these things, I am asking for someone who does and can help me so I can finally play! Thank you

14th November 2011 @ 22:16

If you are confused if your PC will run Skyrim or even how well, check out NVIDIA's Skyrim analyzer. It's easy.


14th November 2011 @ 22:30
Comment from: DW

Ye fools who need a life. You come here and boast about specs you know will run the game just to try and impress other people. No one cares, i promise, and while your friends may think you have an awesome pc, as soon as you turn it off, your friends are gone, catch my drift? LOLz

15th November 2011 @ 01:06
Comment from: richard1992

do u think i can run it?

windows 7 ult 64 bit
quad core intel @ 4ghz
16gb ddr3 ram
2.9tb harddrive
4-way nvidia gtx590 2gb each
gigabyte ultra gaming motherboard

16th November 2011 @ 15:41
Comment from: Istas

Morrowind and Oblivion could both be purchased as a physical copy and installed without hassle, so I just assumed that Skyrim would too. If I wanted to be subjected to Steam's control I would have bought it through them, instead of waiting for it to arrive in the mail.

I'm going to attempt to get a refund from Newegg, who didn't list Steam or an internet connection as product requirements on their info page. The Newegg representative also said that Newegg posted all the info they were given by the publisher.

And I'll make sure to thoroughly check for DRM requirements in the future no matter how respectful the publisher has been of customers in the past.

16th November 2011 @ 17:46
Comment from: eka


i have an 245 running casual on 2,9
2 gb ram 1066
hd 6770 1g
mb a9da (no-s)
can i play it smoothly in 1024x800?

17th November 2011 @ 08:55
Comment from: Exile

HAHA it makes me laugh to see people with EXTREMELY high end systems asking if they could play it... ... chances are, you KNOW you can play it and are just posting your system specifications to impress other nurdz... but still DO YOU THINK I COULD RUN THIS IN LOW SETTINGS (with AA turned off ofc)

I have
2.9ghz i7
16GB of ram
64 bit windows 7 ultimate
Asus P8P67 Intel P67 (Socket 1155) Motherboard
Samsung 1TB Spinpoint F3 32MB Cache SATA II Hard Disk(Socket 1155) Motherboard
Samsung 1TB Spinpoint F3 32MB Cache SATA II Hard Disk

ps... I am worried i might not have enough RAM

17th November 2011 @ 12:48
Comment from: marcel

I have a problem...after installing the game and press try to play I get a message saying theat Skyrim cannot This application failed to start because the application configuration is incorect. What's the problem? my system config is:
Windows XP SP2
AMD sempron procesor
2.21GH 2GB ram
video board: nVIDIA 8400 GS 1GB ram
can anyone help me with some info.

17th November 2011 @ 22:24

Check out this site if your unsure if your system can run Skyrim or any game. It's pretty useful, it will tell you where your system passed the tests for the minimum and recommended spec so you'll know what you need to replace if anything to play a particular game i.e. Skyrim. Hope this helps.

18th November 2011 @ 02:06
Comment from: Victor

Intel Core i3
Gforce 9800GT

What graphics settings do you think I can use?

18th November 2011 @ 02:43
Comment from: I3aizey

does anyone know if my laptop would be able to run skyrim on medium settings (or better)?

Intel core i7 (4 cores) 2 ghz
6 gb ram 1x4gb 1x2gb
hdd 750 gb
Nvidia GTX 540M (2 gb)

18th November 2011 @ 13:53
Comment from: gamer

I have :

E5200 OC (3,35 ghz)
4 gb ram OC (1072 mhz)
Gforce 9800 GT

I have settings om on medium and textures on high ( 30 fps)

20th November 2011 @ 09:00
Comment from: HELP

I Have A Sony Vaio VGN-AR71S

im not tht good with computers so could some1 plz tell me if i can run Skyrim

20th November 2011 @ 11:10
Comment from: scariaar

hi i am just wondering what if my pc will play the game at low medium or high?

windows 7 ultimate 64
phenom ii 555 x2 unlocked to a b55 x4 3.2 can also overclock to 3.8
8gb of ram
8600gt at the minute but am planning on upgrading to a hd 5830 or around that area


20th November 2011 @ 12:10
Comment from: tom89

Quadcore Q 9000

4 gigs of ram

500 hard drive

nvidia gt 240

will it run alright with these specs? the witcher 2 does not run well at all so im kinda worried.

21st November 2011 @ 11:04
Comment from: matroska

my custom build pc

Intel i5 2400 3.10Ghz
kingston 2x4GB=8GB
Sapphire HD5830 1GD5

run Skyrim at all high setting except for AA x4
got 45-50 FPS.. just nice for me

22nd November 2011 @ 06:22
Comment from: Sam

I have..

i7-950 OC'd to 4.0Ghz
8gb DDR3 1600Mhz
1gb ATI 4870

And run skyrim with everything set to max and it runs quite smooth so i think that perhaps CPU performance is more important for this game than video card

22nd November 2011 @ 08:41
Comment from: Tenacious Carrot
Tenacious Carrot

Will a GeForce 8400 be able to run skyrim, I think it can run it at minimum requirements but i'm not sure :/

22nd November 2011 @ 16:24
Comment from: k

I broke the silence :)

27th November 2011 @ 16:48
Comment from: Ricky

What about:

Operating System: Windows Vista™ Home Premium (6.0, Build 6002) Service Pack 2 (6002.vistasp2_gdr.101014-0432)
System Manufacturer: HP-Pavilion
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+ (2 CPUs), ~2.7GHz
Memory: 4990MB RAM
DirectX Version: DirectX 11

can i run it?

27th November 2011 @ 22:50
Comment from: selim

Hello guys Skyrim runs terrible on my pc. My specs are: I7 2600k, asus p8z68 deluxe mobo, gskill 8 gb, 1600 mhz rip jaw rams, msi 580gtx twin frozr 2 , windows 7 ultimate edition. my drivers are updated but when I go in game and run it feels slow like it is lagging.. what is the problem I am very upset :(

28th November 2011 @ 14:39
Comment from: selim

Hello guys i am having some problems running skyrim when I run in game it feels like it islagging .

Windows 7 ultimate
I7 2600k 3,4 ghz
8 gb ram gskill 1600 mhz
msi gtx 580 twin frozr II
asus p8z68 deluxe mobo

28th November 2011 @ 14:42
Comment from: martin

ok for a start this game rules and for shore u need a good pc to run it on mix like i do but u no u can run this on a computer that is 5 or 6 years old just needs the right ram and grap for it

29th November 2011 @ 02:55
Comment from: Dusan

can i run it with medium settings [or better]

AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+ (2 CPUs), ~2.7GHz


windows 7 ultimate

30th November 2011 @ 16:45
Comment from: dule

can i run it:
i have- AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+ (2 CPUs), ~2.7GHz
windows 7 operating system[ultimate]

30th November 2011 @ 16:47
Comment from: Elias

Is AMD A6-3410MX APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics 1-60 GHz enough? I also got Quad-core and Radeon Dual Graphics if that will help anyone answer my question. I know eveyrthing else is more then recommended

30th November 2011 @ 18:46
Comment from: corey

Your guys comps sounds suckish complaining about 4 gigs of ram and 4 core prossesors my spelling might suck but the laptop I'm purchasin has 16 gb of ram nvidia 570 3 gb and I'm over clocking the cpu to like 3.0 ghz but I'm probley going to try to get the i5-2500K witch runs like 3.3 ghz right out the box and jam it in there .... but will it fit in my laptop hhhhmmmmm idk and I don't care cause some of you guys have horrible computer's

10th December 2011 @ 09:45
Comment from: Max Catrinoiu
Max Catrinoiu

will it work on
AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0GHz
500 GB, ATI Radeon HD 5450 1GB
Intel® Celeron® Dual Core G530 2.4GHz
nVidia GeForce G210 1GB
and how well?

11th December 2011 @ 19:46
Comment from: Tyson

Will a nvidia geforce 6150se chip be able to run this?

11th December 2011 @ 23:39
Comment from: asd

As long as you have a shader 3.0 card, this game will run. Without lagging.

12th December 2011 @ 19:21
Comment from: Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln

Well I'm going to be using
a 8GB Ram
Windows 7
ATI Radeon hd 5770
Quad core

Should these be sufficient? Will the gameplay still lag?

14th December 2011 @ 10:53
Comment from: Tom

So I have:
Nvidia 460GTX 1GB
Athlon II 3.0 GHz dual core
So I was wondering...

1. will the processor or RAM bottle-neck my system while playing this?

2. does recommended requirements mean hardware which will be able to run the game at max settings at high fps?

14th December 2011 @ 13:20
Comment from: Andy

Will I be able able to this game without lag?

Windows Vista 64
AMD Phenom Triple-Core 2,40 GHz
RAM 4,0 GB
Nvidia GeForce G210

17th December 2011 @ 21:33
Comment from: Peter

Even though my system can handle the minimum system requirements I have it set to low settings on 800 x 500 resolution even though I can go 1920 x 1200 but Skyrim constantly blackscreen crashes with a full system reboot the only option possibly by PC could be on the way out but at 800 x 500 window mode not many problems and if it does crash the whole screen wont blackscreen crash . Bleak Falls Barrow reminds me of that movie Ice Station Zebra awesome game but still no real fix for blackscreen yet .

19th December 2011 @ 12:22
Comment from: Peter

The low setting don't seem to be that bad its the style of graphics , I can have Jade Dynasty 2 on full ultra settings really very nice awesome graphics but in a different way .

19th December 2011 @ 12:26
Comment from: Tal

could my computer max-out skyrim?
AMD Phenom II X4 3.2GHz
4gigs of ram
and a nvidia geforce 460 gtx 1gig

21st December 2011 @ 10:41
Comment from: Solution

To all the guys who asks if their pc will run the game... visit this page: http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/intro.aspx

it will install a little piece of code and will analyze your system specs versus the required for the game and will tell your pc is able to run it. I don't remember if also tell you the maximum quality your pc is going to run the game.

Cheers, hope it help you all :)

21st December 2011 @ 14:45
Comment from: S.V.

Hi I was wondering, do these specs seem to fit around good Skyrim gameplay? ( I dont want to go lagging around everywhere) Ty for help.

System Specs:
6GB of RAM
Intel Core i5-2430M CPU @2.40 GHz, ( turbo boost can make it 3 ghz, i dont have more than 1 core i think.)
Intel HD Grapics 3000 ( its like 1740 mb of graphics)
ive played other games like tf2 and black ops without much lag (mw3 was bit of lag) and so ive been dying for skyrim. Plz tell me wheter these specs work! Thanks!

24th December 2011 @ 03:20
Comment from: Daniel Faith
Daniel Faith

Hi there,
i have the Sony VPCEB4X0E with the ATI Radeon HD 5470.. i have been trying to play Skyrim but it lags loads. i have followed the steps on this link:
but when i try and change the frames rendered ahead setting on my driver i cannot find how to do this?

Can anyone help me please..

Thank You

24th December 2011 @ 23:30
Comment from: Peter

I need some help, because the free RAM I have is about five times that of the required RAM, and I have DirectX 11 on my graphics card, vertex and pixel shader 4.0 (both), and overall all my specs surpass the requirements for Skyrim by at least 20 percent.
But, because I have an Intel HD Graphics card on an i3 Windows 7 computer (integrated), apparently, I can't run it.
I have over one hundred Gigabytes of free RAM, I have a DirectX that is two updates better, and I have all the necessary shaders and processors.
Is it because of the i3, the Intel HD, or what? (By the way, it's not a fancy Intel HD 3000, it's just the default Intel HD suggested as the 'best option' on the Dell website.)
Please, help me, because I feel a bit teased, because I'm hyped to play this with extremely high settings because my computers' specs are so much higher, and then I get shot down.

26th December 2011 @ 18:30
Comment from: help please
help please

could i run it? idk i'm not so great at technical stuff xD
windows 7 home premium
64 bit operating system
AMD M880G w/ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250
4 gig RAM (3.75 usable)
AMD Turion(tm) ll P540 Dual-Core Processor 2.40 GHz

27th December 2011 @ 04:36
Comment from: Unfortunate one
Unfortunate one

My Skyrim runs terribly on my pc. I don't know how to do the stuff like, "Here are my specs, blah blah blah 69 69" but what I can tell you is this. I have 3GB of RAM on my PC. 2.8 is usable. My processor is the AMD Sempron LE-1200 with 2.1 GHz. My model is HP p6243w. My rating on the graphics thing is a 3.0. What do I need to change?

30th December 2011 @ 00:16
Comment from: iya

you think it'll work well on the pc if i can run Black Ops on it? last time we upgraded it was because of black ops, thanks :D

4th January 2012 @ 12:45
Comment from: Cristi

useles... gta 5 is like skyrim , it would out on 15-17 or so , or mw3 you can play , 2gb ram on maximum to play soo...better than skyrim 4gb ram

7th January 2012 @ 01:52
Comment from: verkku

can i play it cuz i got (well my dad said)
16GB ram
1.5GB video card memory
Inter core i7 2600k
theyre all on the
LGA1155 motherboard

7th January 2012 @ 19:53
Comment from: Help please
Help please

Hey got this in my computer:Type : Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 580M/560M/480M/460M
Speed : 2.66 GHz - 2.53 GHz

Type : Intel® Core™ i3 Processor 390M/370M/380M/350M
Speed : 2.53 GHz - 2.26 GHz

Type : Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Processor P6200/P6100
Speed : 2.13 GHz - 2 GHz

Type : Intel® Core™ i3 Processor 390M/370M/380M/350M
Speed : 2.53 GHz - 2.26 GHz

Type : Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Processor P6200/P6100
Speed : 2.13 GHz - 2 GHz
2 x SODIMM socket for expansion up to 8GB SDRAM

AMD Radeon® HD 6370

7th January 2012 @ 21:02
Comment from: Jared  

can anyone tell me how skyrim will run with this info?

CPU- Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz

CPU Speed- 2.4 GHz

RAM- 4.5 GB

OS- Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1 (build 7601), 64-bit

Video Card- Intel(R) HD Graphics
(Video RAM-1.7 GB, Pixel Shader Version 4.0, Vertex Shader Version 4.0)

Sound Card-Realtek High Definition Audio

Free Disk Space-130.0 GB

11th January 2012 @ 20:02
Comment from: haha

what if no video card?

12th January 2012 @ 15:24
Comment from: Joe Brown
Joe Brown

What a sad bunch on this site. Just wait for the game to come out .

13th January 2012 @ 12:04
Comment from: Martin

These requirements are bullshit. I only meet CPU requirement of the recommend settings, yet I run game at Ultra Setting effortlessly, while having 2 GB RAM and 512 MB Geforce 9600GT

17th January 2012 @ 10:33
Comment from: Lauren  

PLEASE help. Im a bit computer illeterate. Can someone tell me if this Sony Vaio is compatible to run Skyrim? or does anyone know of a cheap gaming laptop? Thank you..

18th January 2012 @ 20:32
Comment from: Luke

I'm running Skyrim on High with an 8 year old Dell Optiplex GX280
Windows XP Professional
3.4 GHz Pentium 4 Prescott
2.5 GB of RAM
1GB Ati Radeon HD 5570

20th January 2012 @ 19:00
Comment from: Norris

Hi, does anyone know if I can run Skyrim with these specifications:

Audio driver: Conexant 20672 SmartAudio HD
DirectX* Version: 10.1
Physical Memory: 8075 MB
Minimum Graphics Memory: 64 MB
Maximum Graphics Memory: 1696 MB
Graphics Memory in Use: 102 MB
Processor: Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Speed: 2791 MHz

Processor Graphics in Use: Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000

21st January 2012 @ 19:03
Comment from: JOJO

it will run for sure at this rig.It has plenty vram you have to tweek it a little.

24th January 2012 @ 16:57
Comment from: GinjaNinja32

to all those asking if their PC will run it, my laptop runs it at ~15-20fps with 2GHz core 2 duo t7200, 256mb mobility radeon x1600, 2gb ram at 1024x768 on minimum settings, so most systems here will run fine (as long as it is a proper graphics card)

27th January 2012 @ 01:13
Comment from: Tim

I've got the recomended 4GB ram, but only the minimum 512MB graphcs card, and its a laptop so I can't ugrade this. Woth getting Skyrim or will it be too laggy?

28th January 2012 @ 13:34
Comment from: stijn404

i have a few problems, everyone say to me i can't play Skyrim on my computer. But my videocart and processor are the only problems.This is my videocart and processor:
- videocart: NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

- processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 11 X2 220 Processor.

Help me.. i really want to play Skyrim. My memory and all that other stuff are okey.. so I have my videocart and Processor are good.


31st January 2012 @ 17:27
Comment from: heather

I have a NVIDIA GeGorce 8400 GS video card, will this game work for me?

3rd February 2012 @ 21:57
Comment from: aj$$  

hey guys help me out, i have an acer aspire 4752z, it has 4gb ram,2.2 dual core intel b960, and intel hd graphics, will that do for even the lowest setting?

9th February 2012 @ 16:23
Comment from: barbaros

i'm trying to install but i says i don't have enough disc space but i have more than enough,what do i do.i can't find anything on google about this =_=

15th February 2012 @ 18:01
Comment from: drew

will this computer work?!
HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180t

17th February 2012 @ 02:57
Comment from: mindzx

5770's in Crossfire runs Skyrim like a champion.

Ultra + Everything in Advanced turned on to highest , gameplay is at 50fps solid. Using latest AMD drivers/profiles (Feb release)

21st February 2012 @ 21:13
Comment from: joseph  

how would it work if you have all the specs close to recommended or slightly better except for graphics, which is a laptop inbuilt model
"Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family" and the comps says for the grahphics adapter
"minimum graphics memory 128mb"
"maximum graphics memory 1759mb"
i have 4gb ram, and a duel core intel celeron with about 2.14ghz per processor

25th February 2012 @ 06:28
Comment from: raghav

can i run this game with nvidia geforce 210 m ..?

25th February 2012 @ 12:31
Comment from: zirration

can my computer with below spec run skyrim on medium settings...
1) Windows 7 (64-bit)
2) Quad-core 1.9 GHz
3) 4GB RAM
4) 640 GB Hard drive space
5) AMD Radeon HD 6520G dedicated
6) SRS Premium Sound

....how does that sound??

25th February 2012 @ 14:46
Comment from: Jynsen

I have been running skyrim quite well, around 70-75 fps on amd athalon 2, amd hd 4200 graphics. 800X600 resolution and toned down effects really help alot. Anything higher then that resolution and most graphics cards are really processing alot of info. The processing power is important for this game due to a lot of variables being triggered at once, (I.e. the secret cave and copies of all items of the game.) I have yet to crash though. You need to have a card that translate well for this game or you will be stuck to low quality. Which I might add isn't bad, their isnt a vast difference from low settings to medium. Medium to Ultra though you can really tell where your taxing your system.

26th February 2012 @ 22:35
Comment from: abc101

I've all of these and it still works like shit!

29th February 2012 @ 10:54
Comment from: Danny

running hpxw4400 workstation. 3.2 ghz,dual core, 500 hdd, 5 gb ram, win 7 home 64, msi 430gt direct 11 card. skyrim runs fine.

4th March 2012 @ 03:56
Comment from: Cyane

I have a processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU
M390 @2.67GHz 2.66 GHz
Ram is 4GBand it's windows 7 (64bit)
NVIDIA geforce GT 540M
I don't know alot about computers and stuff so I don't know if I would be able to run this game well. If anyone could predict if I would be able to run it I'd be really gratefull! I don't want to by the game when I won't be able to play it. Thanks in advance!

4th March 2012 @ 20:04
Comment from: Emil

is it possible to play skyrim with a ATI radeon 3000 graphic?

4th March 2012 @ 20:33
Comment from: Kascade  

Does Skyrim for the PC require internet???

5th March 2012 @ 21:13
Comment from: kid

will i run this in ultra settings

CPU: Pentium III 450 @ 450Mhz
GPU: geforce 2 @ 230mhz
RAM: 512


7th March 2012 @ 13:23
Comment from: john 101
john 101

if i bought this would i be able to play skyrim on it http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AMD-Quad-Core-A8-3850-X4-2-9GHz-8GB-Ram-1TB-SATA3-HDD-Gaming-Computer-Desktop-PC-/140615188381?pt=AU_comp_dekstop&hash=item20bd517f9d#ht_7876wt_1141

9th March 2012 @ 02:23
Comment from: matthew

would i be able to play skyrim with this
AMD Fusion APU
Dual Channel 8GB DDR3 PC-10600
Onboard 7.1 CH High Definition Audio
Integrated (Onboard) Graphics
Onboard Realtek 10/100M/1000M LAN

9th March 2012 @ 02:29
Comment from: xXValleraXx

I am playing Skyrim on a laptop running:
Windows 7 Ultimate
Intel Core Due @ 2.00GHz
4GB Ram
Mobile Intel Graphics 64mb with mod.

12th March 2012 @ 08:03
Comment from: bryce  

what if its only singke processer but it meets the recommended requirements

13th March 2012 @ 02:30
Comment from: bryce  

what if u only have a single core processer but it meets the recommended requirements

14th March 2012 @ 02:08
Comment from: Nourhan  

plz guys help me
i have intel core 2 duo CPU E7400 @ 2.80 GHz, 3 GB RAM
Windows xp, direct x 9, Geforce 8400 GS
can these specs play the game skyrim?

23rd March 2012 @ 11:47
Comment from: Frode  

Guys,will Skyrim lagg if I use a laptop with Windows 7 64-bit,intel core i5 2,5GHz processor,4GB ram and AMD Radeon HD 7470M?And about how much will it lagg if so?

23rd May 2012 @ 13:58
Comment from: Vallen

Can anyone tell me if Skyrim can play high or low (or lag) with an Intel Core i3 3.30Ghz processor, 4 gigs of RAM and a Graphic Card of Asus GF 210 1GB?

23rd June 2012 @ 10:38
Comment from: Vallen  

Can Skyrim play high or low (or lag) with an Inte Core i3 3.30 Ghz, 4 GB RAM and a Graphic Card Asus GF 210 1 GB?

23rd June 2012 @ 10:41
Comment from: tokay98

what i do i get about 15 fps in medium settings and i have 6 gb ram with out any mods when i downloaded the skyrim i did get about 40 fps in high settings

24th June 2012 @ 08:23
Comment from: IC

So I just recently purchases the Asus U65E-Bal7
Intel CORE i5 processor
Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics card. (supposedly has 64 MB dedicated ram and draws on 1.7 GB RAM from the processors)
750 GB internsl memory
Also, if it doesn't come pre-installed with the necessary version of DirectX I'll just get it. I'm not looking to actually purchase Skyim as I have a copy for my ps3, but I am using it s a reference for my laptop's gaming capabilities.

3rd July 2012 @ 13:53
Comment from: krazybeast360  

Do u guys think that the HP pavilion dv6t-7000 select.edition will be enough? I'm getting all regular except the graphics card, which will be nvidia geforce gt 650.

29th July 2012 @ 03:32
Comment from: frankie j
frankie j

so can any1 tell me what settings an performance i can expect from my pcs

my main -
core 15 2500k @ 4ghz
16gb ddr 2033mhz
evga sli z68 (atx)
2 evga gtx 480s in sli
1 gtx 570 as physx
wd black corsair ssd 60 both sata 3 (6gbs) in irt mode (ssd caching)
an for my girl to play which of these 2 will do better

my side computer -
evga nfore 630i
e1240 @ 3ghz
4 gb ddr2 @800mhz
9800 gtx+
ide 7200 rpm as os
sata 5400rpm as data both seagate

gfs pc
msi h61m p31
intel celeron @2.2ghz
8 gb ddr3 @1333mhzs
gt 430 superclocked
wd black 7200rpm sata 3

16th August 2012 @ 21:33
Comment from: frankie

oh and and they all run windows 7 64 bit pro

16th August 2012 @ 21:36
Comment from: Bondy  

AMD A4-3305M APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics 1.90 gHz

4GB Ram

64-bit operating system... i have no idea what i need to know...

21st September 2012 @ 07:28
Comment from: Harvey

My computer can't run this. Money is tight and i would really like to get it on my computer for modding. - Any recommendations on where i would get a computer that could run Skyrim well as cheep as can be. Thanks.

8th November 2012 @ 00:46
Comment from: blake  

can my computer run this ??
with out being laggy ???

core 2 duo cpu , e6750 @ 2.67GHz ?
4 gb ram
please help me someone ?? <3
- blake

15th January 2013 @ 12:28
Comment from: carlos992

can my labtointel(r) core(tm) i5-3210m cpu @ 2.50ghzp run skyrim it has this please get back to me as soon as possible thank you

15th January 2013 @ 23:57
Comment from: Joe  

I have the GeForce GT 610 GC 1GB, will it play Skyrim?

14th February 2013 @ 01:03
Comment from: Ben

I have a Samsung Series 9 with intel i7 and Windows 8. The laptop came out a few months ago and seems to run Oblivion pretty well. Can this run Skyrim on medium?

27th February 2013 @ 03:10
Comment from: Nick

hi guys! would you guys help me to see if my processor can run this without i lag hardcore style:
Processor Intel(R)Core(TM)i5 CPU m 540 @ 2,53 GHz (4 CPUS) ~ 2,5 GHz

13th March 2013 @ 16:43

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