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I need to know if these specs will run..
#1
i hope these specs are okay.. i dunno what is good or not, so i need you guys to tell me if i can probably run FFX or MGS2 or Persona great :X

heres a screen shot of my specs Laugh

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I really apologize if i have broken any of the forums guidelines by posting this..
i just really need to know if i have great specs or not :X

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#2
I think , you are missing somethings ??? Unsure Ah ! Your Graphic Card's Infor ... Tongue . If it's a Onboard card , you can play FFX and Persona but low (and random crash , maybe) . And if you have a good Graphic Card , I think you can play good these two game (it doesn't mean you can play it at fullspeed) .
About the MGS2 , this game is just Ingame so you can try it if you want ...!!! Laugh
#3
(12-23-2008, 07:48 AM)phikhanh Wrote: I think , you are missing somethings ??? Unsure Ah ! Your Graphic Card's Infor ... Tongue . If it's a Onboard card , you can play FFX and Persona but low (and random crash , maybe) . And if you have a good Graphic Card , I think you can play good these two game (it doesn't mean you can play it at fullspeed) .
About the MGS2 , this game is just Ingame so you can try it if you want ...!!! Laugh

haha im very sorry :X

yeah i think this is my graphics specs?

i really dunno..

someone explain what all of this means to me?

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#4
ive heard that a lot of people here have troubles getting FFX to run smoothly, and they have more buff systems. for persona 4, during some cutscenes, or travel or battle, i have major slowdowns.

so in short, your system will run those games. whether the low FPS is bearable is another story Blink. i think if you really like those games you mentioned, it could be still worth it.
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#5
Your graphics card is fine.
Your CPU is so-so. Without overclocking, you could probably play FFX at a good speed. The other games may be slower.
#6
The best way, as always, is just to play it and see how well it goes.
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#7
(12-23-2008, 12:47 PM)azure6610 Wrote: The best way, as always, is just to play it and see how well it goes.



haha well thanks a lot for everything Smile

but i have one more question.. like im not sure what kind of plug in i should use..

and like how i would configure it.. like i read the guide on here.. but no luck D:

what would you guys recommend for me?
#8
(12-23-2008, 04:57 PM)LoganVirus Wrote: haha well thanks a lot for everything Smile

but i have one more question.. like im not sure what kind of plug in i should use..

and like how i would configure it.. like i read the guide on here.. but no luck D:

what would you guys recommend for me?

The guide is the best way to configure everything, it explains the graphics plugins and how to setup the cpu for you, the only choice you need to make really is the sound plugin, as one of the sound plugins may work 100% on one game, they may seem crackerly on the other.
Piracy and Being a vegetarian that eats Quorn are alike.

Your in denial, and want the real thing, not matter what you think.

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