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I want to know if I can run/play Guild Wars 2. I really don't want to bother with it if its not going to run well. Meaning, I

Guild Wars 2. Is my system capable?
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  1. Without knowing the systems specs there is no way of knowing.
  2. Can I? I really want to play GW2
    Specifications


    Specs:
    Processor
    Intel® 4th Generation Core™ i7 (Also known as the CPU).
    Processor Speed
    2.4GHz (with Turbo Boost up to 3.4GHz)
    Battery Type
    6-cell lithium-ion
    Display Type
    High-definition LED-backlit touch screen with an antiglare finish (1920 x 1080)
    Screen Size (Measured Diagonally)
    17.3"
    System Memory (RAM)
    16GB System Memory (RAM)
    Type of Memory (RAM)
    DDR3L SDRAM
    Computer Hard Drive Size
    1TB Optical Drive
    DVD±RW/CD-RW
    Digital Media Reader or Slots
    Yes, digital media card reader
    Graphics
    Intel® HD Graphics 4600 Type of graphics (video) adapter (usually built into the motherboard), identified by manufacturer and model.
    Video Memory
    Up to 1792MB (total) Manages display functions
    MPEG
    Yes A group of digital video formats created by the Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) to compress high-quality video into file sizes small enough to be transmitted over the Internet.
    PCMCIA Slots
    None Slots in notebook computers that accept credit-card-size upgrade cards. Type I is used mostly for memory, Type II for modem, fax and network cards, and Type III for hard drives.
    4 USB 3.0 Ports that allow high-speed (up to 480 Mbps) data transfer between compatible devices.
    HDMI Output
    Yes
    Operating System Platform
    Windows
    Operating System
    Windows 8
    ENERGY STAR Certified
    Graphics Chip
    Intel
    Drive Capacity
    1TB
    Graphics Card
    Intel® HD Graphics 4600
  3. Best answer
    Probably at low resolution and low settings. However if you don't already have this laptop and want to game on the go I'd suggest something with a discrete graphics card.
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