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Can I Run Smackdown Here Comes The Pain
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My Pc Specs


Windows 7 64 Bit
8.00 Gigabytes Of Ram
1 TeraByte Of Hard Drive Space
Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q8300 2.50 Ghz
Intel GMA X4500 (128 VIDEO MEMORY)
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(12-06-2009, 08:06 AM)ComputerBoy22 Wrote: Intel GMA X4500 (128 VIDEO MEMORY)

That's gonna hurt. A lot. IIRC Smackdown requires a decent GPU, and the Intel chipset isn't going to cut it.

My money is on 'No'.
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#3
What echosierra says it's true, a built in graphic card doesnt have enough power to run these games, but with power like 8GB of ram, and a quad core proc, why don't you buy a graphic card as well? With a decent (even low budget) card from either nvidia or ati would make these games run alot better, and you will also be able to use the DX10 mode to it's fullest!

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(12-06-2009, 10:54 AM)echosierra Wrote:
(12-06-2009, 08:06 AM)ComputerBoy22 Wrote: Intel GMA X4500 (128 VIDEO MEMORY)

That's gonna hurt. A lot. IIRC Smackdown requires a decent GPU, and the Intel chipset isn't going to cut it.

My money is on 'No'.
Yeah thanks for the info bro im actually buying a PNY Geforce 9500 GT
(12-06-2009, 06:22 PM)Pillus Wrote: What echosierra says it's true, a built in graphic card doesnt have enough power to run these games, but with power like 8GB of ram, and a quad core proc, why don't you buy a graphic card as well? With a decent (even low budget) card from either nvidia or ati would make these games run alot better, and you will also be able to use the DX10 mode to it's fullest!

Smile

Yeah thanks for the info bro im actually buying a PNY Geforce 9500 GT
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#5
You should go for the 9600 series cards. They are faster and will handle most games very nicely. They are not that much more money, if it isn't the same.
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#6
Or at least an Ati 4670 if money is an issue, 9500gt wouldnt really be a wise purchase nowadays.
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#7
If you go for the older 9000 series you would actually end up paying more money than for a new card almost and like the others said, i would try to save up a little more money and go for the ATI 4600 series, or the Nvidia 200 series Smile
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#8
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#9
And guys u have any recomendations for a better graphic card for under 130$ ?
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#10
Try this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.as...6814125286 it is going to end up being the same price after mail in rebate. That card will trump the 9500.
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