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Mr_Cheese

FH Dev

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12th June 2004

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#11 13 years ago

I can play FH2 fine all on high (except AA and AF) with 1.5GB. PR doesn't run quite so well for me - it takes slightly longer to settle down in each map and I have problems with Al Bhasra. Edit: my specs are: Athlon XP 2800+ (2.08GHz) 1.5GB DDR RAM ATi Radeon X800 GT 256MB




Cheatham

Io un ragazzo grasso

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26th December 2005

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#12 13 years ago

So i guess I'm running everything, except lighting and shadow dynamics, on high and PR plays decent, I'll be fine? btw, can some devs or betatesters tell me their fps when in FH2? thx EDIT: could someone who runs your game on pretty high graphics like me respond, thx




Moose12

I am also [130.Pz]Gef.Elche Pz

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6th December 2005

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#13 13 years ago

I can run EOD2 and POE2 with all settings on high and 2x AA great, and with the amount of foilage EOD2 has, I think FH will run just fine.




Coca-Cola

[130.Pz.]A.Aussen

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28th August 2006

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#14 13 years ago

I need to turn down my settings or O.C. my Gcard what with me playing on 1280X1024(largest EA/DICE will let me with my 1680X1050 screen...those SOBs)...It'll probably be an OC since it's an old 6800GS and I can get at least 1/5 more Ghz out of the core and a lot more out of the ram especially with a new heat sink and it's bound to go out the door since this thing is on its' last legs game wise

2.2Ghz 3200+ (I think) 1.5Gb DDR400/PC3200 X-Fi X-treme gamer




jumjum

Write heavy; write hard.

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11th April 2005

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#15 13 years ago
Coca-Cola;3694845..Also, it's gigabytes you noob:p*RUNS LIKE HELL*

Hard habit to break.That comes from long years of computerage in the days before we even knew what a gig was. My first home computer was an IBM running at a blazing 90mhz, seems like it had 45mb of RAM and well under a gig of total hard drive space. A true POS, for which I paid $3,000 in 1992 dollars. It was the computer version of a 90-year-old Alzheimer's patient - it was frail, slow as hell, and couldn't remember what it had for breakfast.




Coca-Cola

[130.Pz.]A.Aussen

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28th August 2006

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#16 13 years ago

Though I can't remember all the specs, I remember playing mickey mouse something something playground/ playhouse whatever on my dad's 5000$ 486 and the VERY FIRST VERSION OF FLIGHT SIMULATOR




Stefan F

Belgian ROFLs

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13th May 2004

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#17 13 years ago

i had a AMD 486 DX40 with 16mb ram ( the ram alone was $500 and windows 3.1 couldnt handle more) with vesa local buss videocard , sound blaster awe 32 , double speed cd rom.

then i played tie fighter , day of the tentacle , strike commander , fate of atlantis , indy car racing just to name a few .




Coca-Cola

[130.Pz.]A.Aussen

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#18 13 years ago
Stefan F;3696020indy car racing just to name a few .

Is it the one by Sierra? Because I had that and I threw it out.




Stefan F

Belgian ROFLs

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#19 13 years ago
Real-BadSeed

Science experiment

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5th December 2004

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#20 13 years ago
Hard habit to break.That comes from long years of computerage in the days before we even knew what a gig was. My first home computer was an IBM running at a blazing 90mhz, seems like it had 45mb of RAM and well under a gig of total hard drive space. A true POS, for which I paid $3,000 in 1992 dollars. It was the computer version of a 90-year-old Alzheimer's patient - it was frail, slow as hell, and couldn't remember what it had for breakfast.

My first rig was a 12mhz(16mhz on turbo),IBM 286, 1mb ram, 1mb vga vid card. My first game was "Their finest hour-The battle of Britain", an old ww2 flight sim, and a good one i might add. The sequel was excellent aswell, "Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe". And of coarse there was "Empires Deluxe" an great RTS multiplayer. As simple as those games were back then, they still were a blast. :D OT: I run FH2 at about 50-75 fps depending on the map, medium settings.