Posted 11:35pm on Sat 19 October 2013
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I know its bad but its everything i got so here it is.
CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T3200 @ 2.00GH
CPU Speed: 2GHz
Ram: 2,1 Gb
Video Card:Geforce 9300M GS
Pixel Shader version 4.0
Vertex Shader version 4.0
Dedicated Video RAM 256 MB
I am willing to play on very low if i have to. Any good game. Thank you
Posted 12:16am on Sun 20 October 2013
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Tetris I'm sure that'll work
but more seriousness, look up people playing games you like on YouTube running a same system even better if you have a laptop because then you can probably just use the brand and build number thingy. I don't know much about this but old games probably and I wouldn't be surprised Source based games (so Half Life etc.)
best would really be to look up videos and try demos of games you'd love to play and see how they run. (sorry for not being that useful, I'm really, really tired)
After looking at HL2 in the Steam Store, your specs seem to be higher then the minimum needed so I recommend getting the demo and see how that runs. Be sure to look at the minimal requirements for any other game that's on your watch or has been.
Your GPU supports up to DirectX 10
Posted 12:26am on Sun 20 October 2013
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Thank you Maes for answering. I actually played Deus Ex Hunman Revolution,Fallout 3, Nba 2k14 on this. BUt thank you i will try and find something. Just a quick question. I have a laptop with this req could I get my video card better and mi Cpu and stuff like that. I was told i can't do it
Posted 12:32am on Sun 20 October 2013
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Spelunky. Original Deus Ex. Blade runner game. Krypton egg.
Mine is similar
Posted 12:35am on Sun 20 October 2013
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Use your computer to visit System Requirements Lab here:
You'll be surprised at what it's capable of running, I'm guessing even Guild Wars 2 will run on that setup.
Posted 12:59am on Sun 20 October 2013
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Technically yes, but it being a laptop probably means a custom Motherboard and CPU socket and that kinda ruins it because that means very few CPUs will actually work with the MOBO (have this with an old PC, Fried MOBO and socket for CPU that fits only on that MOBO's socket).
Mostly the only thing that actually ends up being able to be replaced are the RAM (and this might already be at it's max) and the HDD. This all does also require you to open the laptop and also break the warranty seal.
I'd say no and keep it. Use the link provided by FantasyMeister to test any games (some games require you to compare specs) to see if they work. Besides all this you can also upgrade (as in new laptop) but I highly recommend to only do that when school / work requires it or when you think you really, really need too.
To speed it up you can also re-install the OS (be sure to back up any important files if you choose to do so).
For a RAM upgrade most / some(?) laptops have a compartment on the bottom of it that you can open and just replace the RAM without breaking the warranty seal. (my laptop has this) .
If you choose to upgrade the HDD to one with more space or a SSD then you most likely will have to break the warranty seal.