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Is My System Good Enough?


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My Computer meets the requirements but that doesn't really mean anything, i want to know if my system is good enough to use this without it dropping frames or having choppy audio. It's a Laptop

 

Processor: 2.3Ghz Amd Turion II (Dual Core)

Graphics: Ati Radeon HD 5140, 512mb Dedicated Memory DX 10 support

Ram: 4GB

 

Additional Info: 4 USB 2.0 Ports, 500 GB HDD

 

 

I Tried this on my old laptop, which was under the requirements and it worked well like %90 of the time sometimes started skipping frames and leaving out audio.

 

Old Specs: CPU: 1.9ghz AMD Athlon X2 (Dual core)

Graphics: ATI Radeon x1200 with 128mb of dedicated memory

Ram: 3Gb

 

And even this worked pretty well alot of the time, i filmed this with it

But sometimes it acts up in terms of speed, other times not

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD65dk216vA

 

Remember the video above is with the old Laptop, and it works great

 

To Sum Things up

 

1.9ghz to 2.3ghz

128mb graphics to 512mb

3gb of ram to 4gb of ram

 

Will this upgrade stop my slowdown, that was already rare as is.

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My Computer meets the requirements but that doesn't really mean anything, i want to know if my system is good enough to use this without it dropping frames or having choppy audio. It's a Laptop

 

 

Hi ilikerhinos,

 

Test your PC here.

 

 

Claudio

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Hi ilikerhinos,

 

Test your PC here.

 

 

Claudio

 

I have actually already done something similar to this, my old system seems to be just on the line of good and bad, and actually depends on the game sometimes, Like in Killzone 3 i could drop hundreds of frames, but in No More Heroes (PS3) i may not drop or insert any, my new computer hasn't come in yet, but i'm really hoping it'll be just enough power to avoid these problems.

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I have actually already done something similar to this, my old system seems to be just on the line of good and bad, and actually depends on the game sometimes, Like in Killzone 3 i could drop hundreds of frames, but in No More Heroes (PS3) i may not drop or insert any, my new computer hasn't come in yet, but i'm really hoping it'll be just enough power to avoid these problems.

 

For no dropped frames use UT VIDEO CODEC or Uncompressed.

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