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Processor: Intel® Pentium® Dual CPU E2160 @ 1.80GHz (2 CPUs), ~1.8GHz

Memory: 2044MB RAM

Card name: NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT (512 MB)

HDD: 2.5 TB

OS: Windows VISTA

I'm confused about the Processor and Graphics Card. Cuz a few games (old or new) lag on my system :( Including Call of Duty 4 though it is smooth when details are turned down. But the full experience is much much better :)

Btw im New here so hello everyone :D

ur cpu might..be up to scratch.but your graphics, nah. not a 8500.u want like a 8800gt or a radeon 4750 or high number 3 series radeon (3850 or soemthing)

Hello, what about my PC? wacko.gif

Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 6000+

4 GB RAM

Video - NX8800GT 512 MB

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yep definitely. you would be able to play it on high settings depending on what resolution, maybe even max settings

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Helleo im new around here so, i guess my pc should qualify?:P

Intel Quad Core Q6600 2.4ghz, OC at 2.7ghz

3Gb Ram DDR2 667MHz

750GB Harddisk Samsung 32mb Cache

Nvidia Geforce 9600GT OOC, 650mhz --> 803mhz(Processor Clockspeed) and 900mhz --> 1100mhz(Memory Speed)

Windows Vista Ultimate SP1

I think i should play in medium right :coolthumbup:

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my comp should run IV smoothly with a few fluctuations on medium settings?

Intel Xeon Quad Core X5355 2.66 GHz

4GB DDR2 RAM

nvidia geforce 9600GT 512MB

500GB HDD

windows XP x64

Medium? Nah, that card will definitely be able to handle high.

Helleo im new around here so, i guess my pc should qualify?:P

Intel Quad Core Q6600 2.4ghz, OC at 2.7ghz

3Gb Ram DDR2 667MHz

750GB Harddisk Samsung 32mb Cache

Nvidia Geforce 9600GT OOC, 650mhz --> 803mhz(Processor Clockspeed) and 900mhz --> 1100mhz(Memory Speed)

Windows Vista Ultimate SP1

I think i should play in medium right :coolthumbup:

Same as above.

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Hey!

I just saw the Recommended PC Requirements for GTA IV, and they seem ridiculously high.

Only newer computers will be able to run it, or at least only older upgraded ones.

Anyway, I hope I will be able to run it, not particularly on high settings, but I hope so...

Here are my specs:

OS: Windows Vista Home Premium (with SP1).

RAM: 3Gb-Ram.

PROCESSOR: AMD Phenom TripleCore Processor @2100MHz (2.1GHz).

GRAPHIC CARD: ATI Radeon™ HD 3450 with AMD 780-chipset.

GRAPHIC MEMORY: 256Mb.

DIRECTX: Direct X10 with PictureShader 3.

HDD SPACE: 640GB.

SYSTEM TYPE:

MEDION AG Professional PC.

Right, I know about my graphics card, but I will be upgrading it pretty soon to the ATI Radeon™ HD 3450,

here are the specifications:

Performance

GPU : HD 3450

ASIC Core : RV 620

Core Clock : 600 MHZ

GPU Architecture :

BUS : PCI Express x16

Ports : Dual-Link DVI,HDMI,VGA

Stream Processors : 320

MFG Process : 0,055 µ

Transistor Count : 666 million transistors on 55nm fabrication proces

Cooling : Active - FanCooler

Video Quality

Cooling : Active - FanCooler

Standard Slot Solution : SINGLE

CrossFire : CrossFire X

QuadFire Support : YES

Direct-X : 8.0,9.0,10.1

Open GL : OpenGL 2.0

Vide Acceleration : MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, WMV9, VC-1, and H.264

Max Resolution Analog : 1600 x 1200

Max Resolution Digital : 2560 x 1600

HDR F.Point Rendering : 128

HDR Integer : 16-bit integer or floating point

Anti Aliasing Modes : Smoothvision HD + Adaptive AA.Up to 24x Custom Filter Anti-Aliasing

Antisotropic Modes : 2x/4x/8x/16x high quality adaptive anisotropic filtering modes (up to 128 taps per pixel)

Texture Support : Texture filtering features 2x/4x/8x/16x high quality adaptive anisotropic filtering modes (up to 128 taps per pixel) 128-bit floating point HDR texture filtering Bicubic filtering sRGB filtering (gamma/degamma) Percentage Closer Filtering (PCF) Depth & stencil texture (DST) format support Shared exponent HDR (RGBE 9:9:9:5) texture format support.

Pixel Operation : 52.6 GB/sec

Memory

Memory Clock : 500 MHz

Memory Configuration : 16Mx32

Memory Type : GDDR2

Memory Bandwidth : 52.6 GB/sec

Memory Size : 512MB

Memory Interface : 64-Bit

RAMDAC : Dual 400Mhz

So can this run it?

Please reply!

Thanks!

Tom.

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4 years ago, that was a good computer. 3 years ago it would have been ok. Not anymore dude..

Pentium 4s were never good.

intel quad core processor which will be over 10 Ghz.

While a quad core may be rated at 10GHz+ in applications which take advantage of it, many don't.

i am purchasing this machine so it will withstand the test of time as my last machine which was built 3 years ago (2005) is now severely outdated and when i originally built the system it was just about top of the line.

Sorry, it will not withstand the test of time no matter how good the components are. Technology is always advancing and even six months from now, those components will be outdated by something better and newer.

That's the downside to being an enthusiast; cost of upgrades.

Also if you built that in 2005 why did you get a Pentium 4 when there were much better processors?

I think he is just bullshitting around.

His spelling looks like that coming from a 5 year old.

He doesn't seem to know hardly anything of computing,

thus he is just saying an amount of RAM or GHz that someone else has said but then in a higher number.

Just saying....

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The HD 3450 really isn't a good card, I own one and it's an improvement over my old onboard one, but it's not good for gaming.

I do doubt that, considering that it's meant to be a gaming card.

Nevertheless, could you recommend me one around the 150 dollars, about 120 euros max.?

Thanks.

Tom.

It's actually quite shit for gaming, ATi cards with four numbers where the second number is below 8 are horrible no matter what.

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I Have a ->

[Processor] Intel Pentium D 3.4 Ghz

[system Memory] 1.5 GB DDR2 Ram

[Graphics] NVIDIA Geforce FX 5200 with 256 MB RAM running at 1280 * 1024

[Hard Disk] 150 GB + 150 GB Memory in all

[DirectX] DX 9.0

[O.S] Windows XP PRO SP2 (will this work with SP3?)

Will this be compatible with the liberty stories game version?

I cannot afford to get a better one...

Hope that it will work when GTA IV will be out..

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I Have a ->

[Processor] Intel Pentium D 3.4 Ghz

[system Memory] 1.5 GB DDR2 Ram

[Graphics] NVIDIA Geforce FX 5200 with 256 MB RAM running at 1280 * 1024

Will this be compatible with the liberty stories game version?

I cannot afford to get a better one...

Hope that it will work when GTA IV will be out..

Definitely need new graphics mate. RAM is good.The rest may meet the minimum i think.

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