- date: January 10, 2011
ok i know this sounds like a NewB thing to say but my hole life i have had a cumputer that was at the Minimum System Requirements
and now i got a new ati card and a new power thing and i am now past the Recommended System Requirements will this game still work for me?
Rome:TW System requirements
- date: February 20, 2005
I couldnt find out what the requirements for this game was and was wondering if my computer could run it...
Integtared Intel Extreme Graphic 2
- date: September 26, 2004
I have a Geforce4 MX440, does this meet the minimum system requirements for a graphics card?
What do you think the system requirements for StarCraft 2 and Diablo 3 will be?
- date: March 5, 2009
These are definitely 2 of my most anticipated games, and one of the best parts is that I won't have to run them in boot camp! What I am concerned about however is whether or not I'm going to need a beefier system. I currently have the unibody MacBook 2.4 GHz and 2 GB of RAM. I'm getting more RAM once some cashflow starts coming in, and by the time the games come out I'll definitely have 4 GB by then. I have Age of Empires III for my Mac, and even that I have to play with the settings toned down to medium for good performance. What do you guys think?
The Witcher 2 System Requirements Revealed
- date: April 30, 2011
Hp Elite(150-f) I7 860 8 Gigs ram Rocketfish 1000 watt PSU EVGA GTX 580 on a 52 inch sharp aquios (60 hz) monster hmdi cable with windows 360 controller headset wireless kb and mouse.
WARNING! System requirements are HIGH!
- date: March 3, 2011
I have ATI HD 4350 videocard. I can play such demanding games as SPORE, Hellgate, and Anno 1404 on medium settings. But this game lags heavily, to the level where it's not fun to play. So don't buy this game if you have an old or weak video card. There's no way to decrease graphics settings, and the game is VERY demanding on your videocard. :/
Metro: Last Light System Requirements?
- date: January 30, 2013
Anyone know what the system requirements will be for Metro: Last Light? I'm assuming that it hasn't been released yet but I figured I would still ask.
Battlefield 2 and system requirements
- date: May 10, 2005
Hi, excuse me for my english , im coming from Germany. Has anyone seen the Walk through in Battlefield 2 on Giga Games ?? It was run on a Pentium 3,2 GHZ and a Radeon X800 PRO , the option 2x Antialiasing 2x aniisotrophic was activated. So heres the teahat.!
The Game was very laggy, sometimes it stottered around, mostly if they get in a plane or a vehicle, . But what im worrying about, is that the options of 2x anti...activated at a X800 PRO... ?And it lags?? ,! For myself, I have a Radeon 9800 XT, and i always thinking of bying a newer ones. I love this game, really, and i would buy it when it comes out. But do you think i must by a new graphic card ??
Excuse me, but you should know these very nice Movies of LRRP, do you know the Computers , exspecially the graphic cards which are inside ?? I think, it must be a 6800 GT Ultra, or anything around.
Ah, heres a link of the movies of giga (nbc) , it could only seen by Winamp ! But you must register i think.
FEAR system requirements announced by monolith!!!!
- date: August 2, 2005
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIRED
· Windows® XP or 2000 with latest service pack installed
· DirectX® 9.0c (April Edition) (included)
· Pentium® 4 1.7 GHz or equivalent processor
· 512 MB of RAM
· 64 MB GeForce™ 4 Ti or ATI® Radeon® 9600 or equivalent with hardware T&L and pixel shader support
· 5.0 GB free Hard Drive Space for installation
· 4x CD-ROM drive (for Director's Edition, this will have to be DVD-ROM)
· 16-bit DirectX® 9.0 compliant sound card with support for EAX™ 2.0
· Internet Connection Required
·Pentium® 4 3.0 GHz or equivalent processor
·1 GB RAM
·A 256 MB Radeon® 9800 Pro or equivalent DirectX® 9 compliant video car with hardware T&L and pixel shader 2.0 support
Very similiar to HL2
- date: June 4, 2007
Well, the fan on my server/experimenting/lan pc that I use from time to time to play a game with when I am doing other stuff with my real gaming pc has been making the weirdest noise lately. Turned out to be the fan off my psu and the reason behind it turned out to be instability trough a design error in my case. In lamens terms, the noise happened because it wasn't properly alligned and that made the noise.
Anyone got a good suggestion what to do, as you may notice my current solution isn't all that