How can i check my PC specs?
I know... you maybe thinking... WEAK.
but some simple things i dont know how to check.. (learning)
could someone kindly help direct me to check my PC specs for compatibility
to play PS2 games, dave mirra freestyle bmx 2 runs smooth on the intro but lags dangerously on the in-game, may be becauase of my specs, not sure?

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Press Windows key + R, type "dxdiag.exe" (without quotes) and press Enter key.

And yeah, almost all game menus are in 2D with a static background so they do not consume much power and run smoothly.
ok... thanks
so if you wana check my specs for me and let me know if it is compatible to play any games. could you do that? let me know what info you need and I'll send it....
this is the information you must give
GPU ( graphic card )
and Windows
I can, but it is a bit complicated, especially if you are not using Windows 7. So it is better for you to do it yourself.

First do what I say in the previous post. A dialog may or may not appear asking you to check for WHQL. You can choose either No or Yes. Then the DirectX Diagnostic Tool frame shows up. In System tab, see the Processor and Memory lines. In Display tab, see the Device fieldset. If you can manage that, so you can post them here.
Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.00GHz (2 CPUs), ~3.0GHz
Windows Vista
1GB Ram
...I cant find GPU anywhere, only DirectX 11...
you will have a hard time with that CPU. It's simply too low for pcsx2
CPU : AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
Mobo : Asus PRIME B450-PLUS
GPU : NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
RAM : 16 Go
3ghz dual core CPU is not good for pcsx2 Blink
i know it is weak but not that much
need to do alotta shopping now...
but thanks man
(07-06-2011, 11:52 AM)abdo123 Wrote: 3ghz dual core CPU is not good for pcsx2 Blink

A Pentium D is basically two Pentium4 stick together which is a slow architecture (a bit more complicated but you get the idea Tongue2).

3GHz in a Pentium D are something around 1.6-1.8GHz in a Core 2 Duo.

Yes, it's that weak Tongue2.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64

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