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  1. Boneface

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    was wanting to know what the best game would be to really stress my system?
     
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    Things like HL2 aren't bad. 3Dmark06 would be the best thing to stress test it, but that isn't nearly so fun.
     
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    F.E.A.R. and COD2 will bring almost any system to it's knees.
     
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    i would say BF2 and FEAR not so much COD2. I noticed little diffrence between 512 crap ram and 2g good ram on COD2 so i wouldent think its as stressfull as the other 2 i mentioned :toast:
     
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    well i play bf2 faithfully on full everything and its great i love it...so basically that should be enough for me to really stress comp...i played that fear demo not for me ....lol....but i played it with full everything just fine...anyway then thanks for the replies...maybe ill try the COD2 for the fun of it
     
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    COD2 for the fun of it i would suggest since the games is really good and very much worth getting and occasionally replaying also :toast:
     
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    any newish game will stress an X700.. u dont have to look hard for one..

    and cod 2 will bring my 2 gig memory.. X850 540/600 grfx .. FX57 speed cpu system to its knees quite easily if i dont set it right.. it is one of the best games out there thow..

    trog
     
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    X3: Reunion Demo, does a fair job of the details and large mapping capabilites of a system and results are saved but rewritten, so saving each result in seprate document would then be able to compare each run as the benchmark settings are changed. I like it for the graphics. Matter of opinion.
     
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    The Elder Scrolls VI:Oblivion will stress a lot! (I've tested) Graphics are really nice, better than in Fable tlc.
     
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    best to stick with the source engine on an x700, enough stress without going too laggy.
     
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    Lmao... I was Just about to say that! Yea i just got that and man that thing can make my system beg for mercy lol
     
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