CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Ultra GUA520 Gaming Desktop – AMD FX-4300 3.8GHz CPU, 8GB DDR3 RAM, NVIDIA GT730 2GB, 1TB HDD, 24X DVD+-RW, Win 10 Home
GT 730 is a piece of junk.
FX-4300 is not a good CPU, very beat by an i3-6100 in most gaming
They use the cheaper DDR3 version of GT 730
FX-4300 is junk versus the i7-6700K they use for a CPU.
It will be half the performance per:
and R7 240 is stronger than GT 730
The PC you show is below the performance they test seriously
May get medium settings with adequate play if you are lucky.
Look at the newegg.com PCs in my answer here:
If they are above your price point, then wait until you have more money or for a bigger sale.
Select all GPU and restrict to refresh to see what graphics cards to overwatch.
And, you need a decent CPU
Yes, I believe it can. Your frames may drop from time to time on high demanding gameplay, but I believe that you could. If you are playing competitively, you probably should switch to medium settings. That way you are able to have quicker reactions. It also depends on how long you have had your computer. Over time, PC s will lose power. That happened with mine. Hope this helped. Good luck!
Ben doesn't know squat about graphics cards or hardware requirements for games.
The *minimum* graphics requirement for Overwatch is the GTX 460-
Your GT 730 is around 200% weaker than the minimum requirement.
If you want to play that game, you'll need to upgrade your graphics card first. The GTX 1050 is an inexpensive card that is easily better than the GTX 460 and will allow you to play that game using the mid to upper in-game settings at 1080p.-