Fallout 4 | windows 7 vs windows 10 comparison

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The game is installed on the SSD Intel 530 bulk 120GB
All max settings

GPU: MSI GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G – 1200 / 3850
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K 4000 mhz
Ram: 2x4GB Patriot G Series + 2x4GB Kingston HyperX
SSD: Intel 530 bulk 120GB
HDD: WD500GB + WD 500GB
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 750 B2
OS: Windows 7/10 Pro x64


  1. help me understand the numbers in yellow I am seeing on the two screens. Am I right in guessing that you have 8 CPUS…..8??!! Like in 8 cores? I am NOT going to spend the big money and get my computer upgraded to 8CPUs. Forget that bullshit. The game is not that important to my life or my financial budget!!

  2. well, this is great. Okay, so this answers the questions for Windows 7 people. BUT….but what kind of graphics card are you using and do you use quad core? My opinion, is that if you can run Skyrim, you should be able to run FAllout 4.

  3. why would you install such a large game onto a SSD? SSD's have short life if you install , stuff and deinstall them later , you can only write from 100x to 1000x and it's dead* most likely.. maybe install a small game like 5 gb or something but i think it's pointless to install such a huge game , unless you don't plan on uninstalling it later on.. just a tip , don't wanna be a smart ass or something.

  4. This would have benefited with a low fps, high fps and average fps counter at the end. It is virtually impossible to decipher which is better from the video alone, especially since on some instances you are staring at the sky, and the other at npcs, especially in key moments where the gpu/cpu usage would be higher.

    Good video, but I just wish it had said elements for a better comparison. 🙂

  5. Great comparison! I was wondering if there might be a performance decrease (with fallout 4 in mind) if I upgrade to 10, but it seems that it's pretty much exactly the same except a few spots did do a bit better in 10.

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