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Posted: 12/23/2002 9:11:29 AM EST
I have a Pentium II, 450 MHz with 384 MB RAM. I only have a 56K dial up internet connection. Am I going to have troubles playing if I install this game? I won't even bother if my PC is not up to the task.
Link Posted: 12/23/2002 3:12:37 PM EST
I have a 1ghz AMD (100mhz FSB) with a geforce2MX and 650Mb of RAM. I get about 15 to 30 FPS on a low ping server. It is playable but no where near optimal. In comparison I get 70+ FPS playing high-poly models in Counter Strike. I think your 450mhz is gonna choke, especially with a 56K modem. You will definitely want to upgrade to play AA.
Link Posted: 12/24/2002 9:42:05 AM EST
I run A 56k modem and play Americas army quite a bit I dont have too much problem. Once and a while I experience major lag but its rare I experience a little once and a while. other thn the 56k modem My comp is good tho And I dont know much about systems but I run a Gforce4MX card and A Pentium 4 processor And it works great for me
Link Posted: 1/1/2003 8:25:53 AM EST
Min. system req. show PIII 766Mhz 128MB RAM and a good video card.
Link Posted: 1/4/2003 4:41:41 PM EST
Damn, I guess its soon time to get a new PC.
Link Posted: 1/6/2003 10:30:54 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/6/2003 10:31:10 PM EST by TinkerToys]
There is a test program with the game that tells you if your machine has what it takes. To play this game smoothly at a lower screen resolution, you need as a minimum: 1ghz CPU 64MB card (compatible to a GF2 - not MX) 512MB of RAM Broadband connection (some people on dialup play) I have a 1700+ XP, 768MB RAM, 64MB GeForce3, and a cable modem - it plays great at 1280x1024, but I turned off client side effects cause it slows down my system. I'm going to upgrade my video card and maybe a 2600+ XP (266mhz) in my system soon to keep up with new games as it already can not play new games with everything on.
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