Your CPU is barely more powerful than the Core i3 2130 listed for minimum requirements, and your GPU is quite a bit more powerful than the GT 640 listed for minimum requirements, though doesn't meet recommended requirements. So theoretically you'll be able to run it at lower than default settings. In fact you may need to use the lowest possible settings because your CPU is not powerful enough to keep up with your GPU, so the GPU will be waiting for graphics rendering data to be sent to it. This means in graphics intense tasks like gaming, your 1050 Ti won't perform at it's full capabilities, roughly 74% of it's capabilities.
I used a bottleneck calculator plugging in those processors for 1080p resolution and graphics intense tasks, and it came back saying the CPU will bottleneck the GPU nearly 26%.
Bottleneck calculation for Intel Pentium G4560 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti for Graphic Card Intense Tasks. Containing solutions how to resolve bottleneck.