Will-my-pc-run-Arma3? What cpu/gpu to get? What settings? What system specifications? in ARMA 3 - GENERAL Posted January 17, 2018 15 hours ago, GuthixAwesome said: GPU: GTX 1080 8GB Monitor: ASUS VG248QE 24 do you already own that monitor? if not, i'd tell you not to buy it. simply because it's only full-hd and and the GTX1080 is (usually) able to provide good fps in WQHD (2560x1440) maybe even UWQHD (3440x1440). and besides, i'd advise to get G-Sync (or freesync for AMD users), because it makes the images run smother. if you already own the monitor, it's okay. you can upgrade later. 15 hours ago, GuthixAwesome said: Motherboard: ASROCK Z370M ITX/AC DDR4-3200 2X8GB i don't know if you would be willing to pay much more for RAM, but getting faster RAM should somewhat improve your PC's performance in Arma 3 (and other games). if you stick to the MoBo this RAM should get the best results (CMR16GX4M2F4000C19). It's listed on the memory QVL of the mobo, and therefore should be compatible even with 4000MHz Ram clock. when you decide to to follow Bear's objection and get a regular Mobo (ATX or even µATX), (what i'd advise to do, too btw) you should check the manufacturer's memory QVL for the right ram. SSD: 250GB can become to small, very quickly. if you have many mods, arma alone can use up more than 60GB, add windows an few other games and a reserve and you will hit the limits in no time. you don't have to go for a M2 SSD, but you should definitely get more space. the PSU is very good (80+ Titanium, fully modular, etc. ), but if you can afford, you might want to get one with the 80+ Platinum certificate. i think as long as you keep it for the next few setups (there are few reasons to change it anyways) you might save enough energy to break even in the long term. but please don't nail me on it, there are so many variables.