A New Gaming Rig?

May 23, 2009 at 09:44:58
Specs: Windows Vista
Would this Computer run Call of duty 4 and Test Drive Unlimited and games that are require the same amount of gpu and cpu power.
Here is the Specs.

Intel® Pentium® dual-core E5200 (2MB L2, 2.5GHz, 800FSB)

2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz- 2 DIMMs

ATI Radeon HD 4350 512MB

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May 23, 2009 at 14:39:56
BirdxHunter...here is a link from extremetech that may help you...just to be on the safe side, add another gig or 2 to your board...depending on how much ram your board can support.

hope this helps.


Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6600

3 Gigs Ram

Windows Vista Home Premium

640 Gig HD

Quad Core All The Way !!

If It Isn't Broken Don't Fix It. !!!!

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May 23, 2009 at 16:00:23
Depending on your motherboard, you can overclock the crap out of your CPU. If you were to just reclock from 12.5 x 200MHz to say 7.0 x 400MHz, you'd only be increasing the CPU clock by 300MHz but you'd be doubling the FSB speed.

The HD4350 really isn't a gaming card though...it's more for HTPC's (HT = Home Theater). It only has 80 stream processors & uses 64-bit DDR2 memory at 500MHz (DDR1000). For comparison, a budget ATI gaming card such as the HD4670 has 320 stream processors & uses 128-bit GDDR3 at 1000MHz (DDR2000). And for wgaxp's benefit, I'll mention that are also nVidia cards available that perform on par with the HD4670. The benefit the HD4670 has over nVidia cards in the same performance category is that the HD4670 doesn't require the 6-pin aux power connection from the power supply. That means there's generally no need to upgrade the power supply.


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