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Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by MohawkAngel, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. MohawkAngel

    MohawkAngel New Member

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    Hi guys !! just look on the left of the screen for my system spec. Other than the video card do you think that my system is enough to play the most recent games? Thank you. :confused:
     
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    The most recent games? absolutely not. If they do play, they will not look very 'recent'.
    Crysis - no
    Far Cry - no
    GTAIV - no
    L4D - maybe on low settings
    Oblivion - not really, but maybe on the lowest settings
    Fallout - no...

    you need a videocard... a 4670 or a 4830 then you can play whatever you want. Other than that, your system is good.
     
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    Man thats just what I said !!!! Other than my videocard,. You dumb*** :p
    but thx anyway for the suggest of videocard at least you dont do likle somes who tel me to change the videocard but dont suggest me any models :p
     
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    get a very cheapo videocard, even the cheapest will kick ass that onboard.

    and fallout 3 i think he can. a friend played it on the lowest on onboard 7050/630i
     
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    "Other than that, your system is good". you dipSh*t.
     
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    i always keep playing on a 1024X768 because even with glasses i have difficulty to see small soldiers far in the screen :p
     
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    hahahaha good reply :nutkick:
     
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    Nice monitor !......:)

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    i agree. hey, i exchange my videocard for ur monitor :laugh:
     
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    hahahha keep dreaming :p You can have one for arond 250$
     
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    increasing the resolution increases the number of pixels on screen thus making image quality superior, it dosnt make your screen bigger or smaller

    get 9600gt or an older 8800gt or a ati 4xxxseries like a 4830 or something, just sub £100 maybe £10-£20 over
     
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    Man things look definitivly bigger when i hange the resolution dont know where you get those infos but try putting in on 1280X1024 and in 1024X768 you will see it become bigger :p
     

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