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Can any of my machines run Call of Duty Modern Warfare 1?

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  1. your computer specs?
  2. +1 for kristjanmn's reply!

    Also, there's an easy way to compare your PC's specs to the minimum and recommended ones quoted by the manufacturer:
    http://cyri.systemrequirementslab.com/CYRI/intro.aspx

    Handy if you're not 100% sure of your PCs specs, or cannot be bothered to write them here! :)
  3. Confused Stu said:
    +1 for kristjanmn's reply!

    Also, there's an easy way to compare your PC's specs to the minimum and recommended ones quoted by the manufacturer:
    http://cyri.systemrequirementslab.com/CYRI/intro.aspx

    Handy if you're not 100% sure of your PCs specs, or cannot be bothered to write them here! :)

    u should be eable to run it with max
  4. kristjanmn said:
    u should be eable to run it with max


    Dude, I know I can run it as I've had the game since it came out! :lol:

    I was putting a reply up to adriandude's question, not posting one of my own. In your enthusiasm to be helpful, I think you might have misread my post.
  5. Confused Stu said:
    Dude, I know I can run it as I've had the game since it came out! :lol:

    I was putting a reply up to adriandude's question, not posting one of my own. In your enthusiasm to be helpful, I think you might have misread my post.

    oops, sry
  6. adriandude85 said:
    Well my questions says it all.

    For adriandude85; in leu of sys specs; a decent quad-core, 4gb or more of at least 800mhz ram, and gtx260 or higher, will run the game decently. I can run pretty much any game on maxxed out settings with texture pack upgrades installed, and still maintain 50-65 fps(Crysis,Warhead,Fallout 3, STALKER:Chernybol&CS,RE5Cryostasis,FarCry2) MY SPECS: AMD X3 720(unlocked 4th and stable @3.52ghz) 6gb Patriot ddr2 1066ram(running @5-5-5-12-21-880mhz) MSI GTX275 1792gb.Lightning ed-850watt SigmaMonster Psu-CoolerMaster V8 Cpu cooler on Windows 7 x64
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    Yes Dakota, the system you describe WILL definitely be able to run COD4 absolutely maxxed out, with some to spare! However, a quad, 4GB RAM and a GTX260 are overkill for a game that will run on max settings on a 22 inch screen on a 2.5GHz Dual Core and a 4670 (as on my friend's).

    Adriandude, just been through your profile and found your system specs:

    1 Machine:HP Pavilion a720n
    OS:Windows Xp SP3
    HDD:200 GB
    Ram:512MB SD DDMIN PC-2700
    Proc: AMD Athlon 3200+ 2.20GHz 512KB Cache
    Video: ATI Radeon 7500 128MB

    2 Machine: emachines D620
    OS: Windows Vista Home Basic SP2
    HDD:160GB
    Ram:2GB PC-5700
    Proc: AMD Athlon 64-Bit 1.60GHz 512KB Cache
    Video:256MB

    3: Machine: Dell Optiplex GX-150
    OS:Ubuntu 9.10
    HDD:20GB
    Ram:512MB
    Proc: Pentium III 988MHz
    Video:4MB

    4: Machine: Dell Optiplex GX-280
    HDD: Primary:80GB Seconday:40GB
    Ram:1.75GB
    Proc: Pentium 4 2.80GHz
    Video:8MB

    The answer is:
    PC 1 - No, your CPU might be OK, but your RAM isn't enough for COD4 and the GPU isn't anywhere close to enough.

    PC 2 - CPU could cause you problems, but I think the integrated graphics on that laptop won't be up to it anyway. Radeon X1200 by the look of it - not gonna work, sorry.

    PC 3 - Bless - used to use Optiplex's at my old work place. Decent office machines, gaming? Not a chance! :)

    PC 4 - No GPU, no hope. Is there a graphics card slot in there we could put a decent £50 card in? Might have a shot.

    Short version - you'd need to do some serious upgrading work on any of them to be able to run COD4 at anything more than "looks horrible" settings at a very low FPS. Sorry mate, but you don't have a gaming machine in your collection.
  8. get a 9600gt
  9. razercultmember1 said:
    get a 9600gt

    why 9600gt? he can give away a little more to get better, i was so stupid that i bought hd4670, but spending a little more i would have got hd5670, first he shoul look at local prices
  10. Nope none of those machines will run it.
  11. Confused Stu said:
    Yes Dakota, the system you describe WILL definitely be able to run COD4 absolutely maxxed out, with some to spare! However, a quad, 4GB RAM and a GTX260 are overkill for a game that will run on max settings on a 22 inch screen on a 2.5GHz Dual Core and a 4670 (as on my friend's).

    Adriandude, just been through your profile and found your system specs:

    1 Machine:HP Pavilion a720n
    OS:Windows Xp SP3
    HDD:200 GB
    Ram:512MB SD DDMIN PC-2700
    Proc: AMD Athlon 3200+ 2.20GHz 512KB Cache
    Video: ATI Radeon 7500 128MB

    2 Machine: emachines D620
    OS: Windows Vista Home Basic SP2
    HDD:160GB
    Ram:2GB PC-5700
    Proc: AMD Athlon 64-Bit 1.60GHz 512KB Cache
    Video:256MB

    3: Machine: Dell Optiplex GX-150
    OS:Ubuntu 9.10
    HDD:20GB
    Ram:512MB
    Proc: Pentium III 988MHz
    Video:4MB

    4: Machine: Dell Optiplex GX-280
    HDD: Primary:80GB Seconday:40GB
    Ram:1.75GB
    Proc: Pentium 4 2.80GHz
    Video:8MB

    The answer is:
    PC 1 - No, your CPU might be OK, but your RAM isn't enough for COD4 and the GPU isn't anywhere close to enough.

    PC 2 - CPU could cause you problems, but I think the integrated graphics on that laptop won't be up to it anyway. Radeon X1200 by the look of it - not gonna work, sorry.

    PC 3 - Bless - used to use Optiplex's at my old work place. Decent office machines, gaming? Not a chance! :)

    PC 4 - No GPU, no hope. Is there a graphics card slot in there we could put a decent £50 card in? Might have a shot.

    Short version - you'd need to do some serious upgrading work on any of them to be able to run COD4 at anything more than "looks horrible" settings at a very low FPS. Sorry mate, but you don't have a gaming machine in your collection.



    fROM THE ABOVE MENTIONED SPECS; #1) most, not all but most Pavilions built in last few years have one PCIe orAGP slot! It looks like @pc-2700 he is running DDR not DDR2, so odds are the machine has an AGP slot. A decent AGP card won't set back much, and even top speed DDR ram goes for pennies. He should shop for Pc4200 memory, acouplea gigs and a DX10 card (dx10.1 if you go Radeon)can be found for under $100.
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