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His radeon hd 3650 agp game compatibility

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October 28, 2009 6:47:14 AM

Anyone got a compatibility with this, i could even give my specs for a better comparison.

Win Xp/7, CPU-Anthlon xp 2500 , 1 gig ddr400 ram, Phoenix BIOS
October 28, 2009 6:56:44 AM

or if no ones got some experience on this maybe a site which has already tested and has some results.
October 28, 2009 6:41:33 PM

It'll be compatible with DX 9, 10 and 10.1 games, so pretty much everything out. Its not a particularly powerful card though, so don't expect high frame-rates.
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October 30, 2009 7:02:57 AM

ok cause i was hopin for games like fallout 3 and Batman Arkham Asylum, Fifa 10, Terminator Salvation ya know those kinds of games. Is it capable of that.
October 30, 2009 7:13:18 AM

Hi, well I just checked for you and it comes inbetween the 8600GT and the 8600GTS. So any game that says 8600GT and above you should be able to play.

http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=562&card2...

I play games like CoD4 and I get around 50FPS on medium @1280x1024 and thats with a Pentium 4 CPU. :) 
October 30, 2009 7:20:27 AM

^_^ oh thank you very much.
October 30, 2009 9:28:39 AM

petspaps said:
ok cause i was hopin for games like fallout 3 and Batman Arkham Asylum, Fifa 10, Terminator Salvation ya know those kinds of games. Is it capable of that.



I would be surprised if it handled games like those with acceptable frame rates/graphic settings. To be honest your entire pc set-up is not suited for gaming, the processor is simply not powerful enough for modern games, and the RAM will greatly limit your experience. Older games should run ok though.
October 30, 2009 11:11:59 PM

yer i know the processors laggin abit compared to these newer one, im gonna update it soon anyway so that aint a bit issue. Just knowing what i can and cant play was a bitt of a bitch. So that you for all of you help. although is there a site that lists all of the acceptable video-card and the acceptable processors instead of these in-between.
November 1, 2009 9:11:29 AM

The ram is OKish for most games, even for today. But as everyone above said, the CPU is a killer here. Instead of having to upgrade your whole system, look for the higest AMD CPU your motherboard can support. I belive it will support the older X2 Dual Cores.

If you give me your MoB specs, I can check it out for you. :) 
November 1, 2009 8:26:24 PM

godbrother said:
The ram is OKish for most games, even for today. But as everyone above said, the CPU is a killer here. Instead of having to upgrade your whole system, look for the higest AMD CPU your motherboard can support. I belive it will support the older X2 Dual Cores.

If you give me your MoB specs, I can check it out for you. :) 


he said Athlon XP (so socket A) not Athlon 64, so no dual core CPU's out there.... Most titles will run, but he will have to start turning down the features to get the frame rate.
November 2, 2009 4:50:17 AM

yer i turn them down anyway so thats not the problem. but if you could give me a cpu name that would make a decent replacement that would be lovely. My mobo is MSI k-777.
November 2, 2009 9:09:10 AM

Hi, I just checked and there is no such motherboard called "MSI k-777"

Do you have a link to your motherboard?
November 2, 2009 9:10:13 AM

jamesgoddard said:
he said Athlon XP (so socket A) not Athlon 64, so no dual core CPU's out there.... Most titles will run, but he will have to start turning down the features to get the frame rate.


It all depends on the cpu he has tbh. If we can get him the higest/best of the Athlon XP for like 10 bucks of ebay, then its a big plus+ for him.
November 2, 2009 9:27:15 AM

The highest athlon XP there is is the Athlon XP 3200+ which tends to sell for $20 on bids on ebay.

Other then that, I would seriously suggest upgrading your motherboard/CPU combo. Even if it was to a Pentium D cpu and any old motherboard... Go for it.
November 2, 2009 10:21:27 PM

Ok thank you very much, and believe it or not it is a bloody mother board.
November 3, 2009 5:33:09 PM

Where do you live? If in the states, go onto ebay.com and search for "pentium D motherboard bundle"

you can probbally get a 2.8Ghz Dual Core (pentium D) for around 50 bucks with a motherboard combo.

I used to own the Pentium D 820. Played games like GTA IV and Far Cry 2, CoD4 very well.
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