Doom System Requirements [If You Want To Survive The Depths Of Hell]

Did you know that Doom first appeared back in 1993? Chances are that Doom has been around longer than you’ve been alive . . .

The fact that it’s been around so long, speaks to the popularity and quality of the popular Doom first-shooter video game series. The latest installment Doom Eternal is gorier than ever and the gameplay is super addictive. You get levels of increasing difficulty, new game modes, new weapons, and armor to name a few.

Doom Eternal is quite challenging, testing your shooting skills from the opening frame. Moreover, your gaming PC is going to hit a wall if it’s not configured to battle everything Doom Eternal has to throw at it.

That’s why we would like to cover the bare minimum and recommended system requirements, so you can rid yourself of all the Doom Eternal monsters, boogie men, and mayhem . . .

Minimum System Requirements (1080P/60FPS)

CPU =  Intel Core i5 9400F or AMD Ryzen 3 3200G

Memory = 8 GB RAM

GPU = Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti/1060/1650 or AMD RX 470/570

OS = Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit)

Free Disk Space = 45 GB

Dedicated Video Ram = 2048 MB

Recommended System Requirements (1080P or 1440P/60FPS)

CPU =  Intel Core i7 9700F or AMD Ryzen 7 2700

Memory = 8 GB RAM

GPU (1080P) = Nvidia GTX 970/1060 or AMD RX 480

GPU (1440P) = Nvidia GTX 1080/RTX 2060 or AMD RX Vega56

OS = Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit)

Free Disk Space = 45 GB

Dedicated Video Ram = 4096 MB


The fate of the universe depends on you . . .

Are you ready to step into hell?

If so, you’d better be ready to go to battle with a gaming PC rig that is built to take on anything and everything from the depths of hell. Increase your chances of surviving the demon onslaught by stepping up your gaming rig to the recommended system requirements.

Doing anything less will only ensure you never escape hell alive!