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Taurus212

I'm too cool to Post

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#1 14 years ago

Ok, first: I used the search function, couldn't quite find what I wanted- but I did try :) What I need to know: will on board graphics handle this game? Please don't flame or yell that I should never have gotten on board- I couldn't help it, its a system for college use mainly, and whatever else it can handle in my free time. I just couldn't afford a full-fledged gaming system, gotta live with this :( What I have: P4 2.8 Ghz, 512 MB 333 Mhz RAM (up to 64MB for the on board). I don't care about turning every feature all the way up, so long as I can manage an "acceptable" frame rate- say 25-30 or better. Much thanks to anyone who can answer me.




Dark Saint

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#2 14 years ago

well you didn't need to check the forums for that. it is on the box, called requirements minimum and recommended. ;) you should be fine.




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#3 14 years ago

Sounds like you have enough to be able to play.

FPS wont be that great, but you'll play better that way, instead of trying to have good quality. I had to play on a laptop for a couple months lol It was running an Intel Extreme Graphics card. Yeah laugh laugh lol You basically have to sacrifice one thing for another. You should try and get a cheap nvidia card though. They're worth it. Goodluck with your pc.




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#4 14 years ago

yo i spent 100 on a weak ati 9600se and my frames went from 50 or so to 200+

i recommend that card for poor like me:p




Dark Saint

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#5 14 years ago

sitting duck..then may i suggest getting the omega drivers to squeeze out some more from that se card... got me alot more form my 9500 pro. using radlink to oc it ...;)