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Dual Core + HD5670
#1
Hi,
My PC config is
Pentium D 3.4Ghz
2GB DDR2 800MhZ Ram
ATI Radeon HD 5670 1GB DDR5 Gfx card

Will I be able to get atleast 30fps for Smackdown vs raw?I wanna play it soo badly!...i hav seen lots of videos in Youtube with Pentium 4 at 4Ghz and just 256MB gfx cards playing FFX and kingdom hearts...Is my system config ne good?
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#2
um, i would say probably.
you will likely have to use a lot of speed hacks and ensure all un-required programs and processes are not running (i suggest game booster)
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#3
1-don't trust YouTube videos. They are speeded up mots of the Time
2-ffx is one of the less demanding games, svr 11 isn't. I suggest you keep playing it on your ps2, or upgrade your pc.
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#4
so m not gonna get atleast 30fps? sad Sad ...I dont want 2011,atleast 2007 or 2008
-=Gaming is a religion=-
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#5
Svr games in general are quite demanding, in fact.
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#6
demand doesnt increase their graphics rite?PS2 has a fixed hardware for graphics support,so itwont increase graphics with increase in demand rite?So whats with demand and my PC rig?
-=Gaming is a religion=-
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#7
Pentium D? Sorry, it's not made to do any serious gaming. You're living in the 1990s, it's time to move on into the 2000s... 10 years difference in technology is a very big difference in the world of computing!
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#8
(01-30-2011, 03:23 AM)tuanming Wrote: Pentium D? Sorry, it's not made to do any serious gaming. You're living in the 1990s, it's time to move on into the 2000s... 10 years difference in technology is a very big difference in the world of computing!

Technically, Pentium D is mid-2000 (right before Conroe was released). That's still 5~6 years worth of computing advancement, though.

@shikigami
What motherboard do you have? Depending on your motherboard, you might be able to upgrade your CPU to at least Core 2 architecture and those are much faster clock for clock compared to Pentium 4 Netburst (at least in general benchmarks).
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(01-30-2011, 03:23 AM)tuanming Wrote: Pentium D? Sorry, it's not made to do any serious gaming. You're living in the 1990s, it's time to move on into the 2000s... 10 years difference in technology is a very big difference in the world of computing!

Indeed.
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#10
(01-30-2011, 03:34 AM)ilovejedd Wrote: Technically, Pentium D is mid-2000 (right before Conroe was released). That's still 5~6 years worth of computing advancement, though.

@shikigami
What motherboard do you have? Depending on your motherboard, you might be able to upgrade your CPU to at least Core 2 architecture and those are much faster clock for clock compared to Pentium 4 Netburst (at least in general benchmarks).

You're correct. I assumed that the PD was made in the late1990s. Still, 5-6 years into advancement in realm of computing is very significant in terms of performance and efficiency.
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