woo, i am gonna hopfully get a new comp now, Oh YEA!!! Doom 3 and HL2 will run sweet on it!
3.2ghz intel pentium 1.4 gb SDRAM!!! 160 GB Hard drive! ATI RADEON 9600G - SE
that comp will Run d3 and hl2 like a dream! :)
(Hope i get it soon, or mabey wait a couple mouths, get a better one same price, Better = newer) :micro: :type:
the only problem with my pc is its proccesor...its a intel pentium 4 1.6 ghz...:(....but that can be fixed..............ATI kicks ass!!!
'[ASSilenced_Fury']omg people how many threads do we have that say "i dotn now taht halfife2 will w0rk on teh c0mp i has will it?!?" i mean for real, its ok to ask this question but why dont you just look up the system requirements somewhere? or maybe we could just have an official thread for it. but so many people get on here and even if there already is 40 different threads about this they make a new thread and dont even bother to read the other ones. i would say if you have more than a 1.2 ghz, 512 mb of ram and 64mb or more gfx card youll be alright. for gameplay and graphics quality i would say: 1 ghz, 256 mb, 64mb gfx -decent 2 ghz, 512 mb, 128mb gfx -great 3 ghz, 1024mb, 256mb gfx- kixz azz
Great minds think alike...and your wish is my command. Let's hope this put's a stop to the problem
awesome. mine should run great.
Viper7904i (and most of my comuter geek friends) always say dont run a computer without at least 512 ram. i have 1024 and wouldnt mind having more. GET MORE RAM. it only gets better
More ram is good only if you need it. Lets say that your computer has 4 memory slots. Filling the slots to max, or maxing out your system memory can be good and bad. If you are a gamer I ( in my humble opinion ) would recommend 2 gigs or less. If you are a media editor ( i.e edit video clips, sound alot ) I would recommend higher than 1gig to max motherboard allowed memory. If you are a gamer who maxes out his/her mobo with lets say 6 gigs of memory, it will drasticly slow down the speed. You would be using lets est. a fraction of that and it would take your system longer to access through all the empty modules. ( something like that, but it is true ) It would be like driving a semi w/empty trailor, to work. ( working as a dishwasher lol ) You need the transportation, but too much is uneeded and will slow down. ignore the spelling mistakes, too lazy to correct :frog:
Yeah the more RAM the better.
Slashman, Bigshot99-Welcome to the club of ATI,AMD,HL2-lovers!!!(members are Apok,Linkage2424,ATI4EVER.....)
BTW:Nice setup it should run fast in 800x600 and good on 1024x768.