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DDDandrew

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#1 13 years ago

Now we know that many people are anticipating the release of Battlefield 2, but are they going to be able to play it? In light of the big question, we want to know...what's your big rig :D Here is mine, I will sticky this thread and let it go, have fun people! AMD 64 Bit Processor (3200) Nvidia 6800GT (128 Meg) 1 Gig of Corsair RAM (PC3200) Seagate 400 Gigabyte Hard-drive Asus 8N-SLI Standard Enjoy!




Exploder

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#2 13 years ago

P4 3.0ghz Radeon 9600 XT 256MB 768MB of Kingston DDR RAM Albatron PX865PE Lite Pro motherboard

I have full confidence that BF2 can run well for me.




Big_Daddy

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#3 13 years ago

P4 2.4Ghz 2.5GB Corsair RAM Nvidia FX5700 256MB




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#4 13 years ago

amd64 3500 radeon 9600xt 1024MBs PC3200 ram




Kilobyte

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#5 13 years ago

Ultimate. Dream Machine? May not yet exist?

A Dual AMD Athlon64 3800+ 2 Dual core SLI 6600GTs 4 gigs of RAM 320 gigs of HD space. Wired Optical Mouse and Keyboard, with Optional Wireless. Logitech Joystick, with Optional Wireless. 21" light weight, slim CRT. Or EXCEPTIONAL LCD screen, with no detectable blurring. Stereo Sound speakers, and headphones. Adaptoid Console Controller adapters. Field Commando gear (to get into the "Feel").




cjwoolf2009

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#6 13 years ago

Nice computer Monster :naughty: . Anyway, does anyone know where I can get a really good computer that will be able to run BF1942, BFV, and Battlefield 2 without any lag at high graphics for under $500? Thanks!




Kilobyte

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#7 13 years ago

Where, well if you live in Georgia, I can build you one. :) I work for a PC repair/reseller company.

If not, then everyone else recommends NewEgg.

I recommend an AMD XP (Or to save money, an AMD Sempron). A Geforce 6600 AGP will do fine, or an ATI Radeon 9800 Pro AGP. With a 512x2 Memory setup.

A Geforce FX 5700 card, may not run the game on high settings, but it will bring the cost down. Same goes for an ATI Radeon 9200SE. Or you could stick with 256x2 RAM, make sure you have 2 sticks of RAM, it'll be faster than just one stick.




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#8 13 years ago

Or you can just soup up your current comp for $500:D

I'm gona make a thread on the your ultmlate PC sometime soon and then I'll put my dream machine up. It would run me about $4000




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#9 13 years ago

p4 3.0gHz

1 gig of Kingston RAM (upgradable to like 4gig or something stupid like that) X800T 128MB VID CARD with the new PCI express technology the sound is great and frankly those three things are the main important things. rig runs EQ2 on full maxed out graphic settings.




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#10 13 years ago

I'm buying these pieces to build my new computer to get the best (with the money i got :( ) out of BF2 when it comes out:

Asus P5GD1 ( Gigabit Lan + 8Ch audio + Dual Channel DDR ) Pentium 4 3.0GHz XFX Geforce 6600 Pci-express 256MB 1GB DDR400 Corsair (probably doubled in the near future)