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June 19, 2014 7:14:30 AM

i am using asus X550CA-X0259D laptop with windows 8 pro 32 bit ,i like to know which all versions of call of duty can i play if listing from latest to old,plz help

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June 19, 2014 7:38:18 AM

you should be able to play up to MW2 but over this will definitely not be playable.
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June 19, 2014 8:24:18 AM

He won't even get that. A 1.8GHz dual core Pentium with 2GB of RAM (or even 3.5) and integrated graphics? My core 2 duo A 2.00 can barely run MMOs at minimum settings at 10 FPS.
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June 19, 2014 8:34:32 AM

My old core 2 duo 2.0Ghz could play every thing up to MW2. He has the 3rd Gen Pentium and the integrated GPU is the Intel 4000 series. The GPU will play more than the CPU could handle. He just has to make sure to dedicate 512MB of ram to the GPU in order to play.

you cant compare a core 2 duo to one of the newer Pentiums because of the architecture change.

MMO's are notoriously CPU dependent where COD is more GPU dependent.
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June 19, 2014 8:46:19 AM

bgunner said:
My old core 2 duo 2.0Ghz could play every thing up to MW2. He has the 3rd Gen Pentium and the integrated GPU is the Intel 4000 series. The GPU will play more than the CPU could handle. He just has to make sure to dedicate 512MB of ram to the GPU in order to play.

you cant compare a core 2 duo to one of the newer Pentiums because of the architecture change.

MMO's are notoriously CPU dependent where COD is more GPU dependent.


The Celeron and Pentiums don't have HD 4000 graphics, they just have HD, which is far inferior.
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June 19, 2014 9:01:36 AM

BleedingEdgeTek said:
bgunner said:
My old core 2 duo 2.0Ghz could play every thing up to MW2. He has the 3rd Gen Pentium and the integrated GPU is the Intel 4000 series. The GPU will play more than the CPU could handle. He just has to make sure to dedicate 512MB of ram to the GPU in order to play.

you cant compare a core 2 duo to one of the newer Pentiums because of the architecture change.

MMO's are notoriously CPU dependent where COD is more GPU dependent.


The Celeron and Pentiums don't have HD 4000 graphics, they just have HD, which is far inferior.


3 different sites say it has the HD 4000 GPU in it but ARK says just HD.
http://www.shopclues.com/asus-x550ca-x0259d-notebook-pd...
http://www.ispyprice.com/computers/laptops/2248-asus-x5...
https://www.nikishop.com/Product/3266/Laptops/Asus/Asus...
http://ark.intel.com/products/71469/Intel-Pentium-Proce...

If you look at all the links you can see where a lot of confusion can come in.

EDIT: in this chart you can see where the HD and the HD 4000 graphics place. http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/mid_range_gpus.html
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June 19, 2014 9:12:28 AM

Yeah, I'm gonna take Intel's specifications over review sites who immediately think all HD graphics chips are the same. And logically, it wouldn't make sense for Intel to put in their flagship iGPU into their bottom tier CPUs.

Edit: and those are all selling sites, which have no idea what they're taking about half the time.

And the HD graphics isn't on there, unless you're saying they're faster than the HD 300"
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