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Will Grand Theft Auto 4 work good on a 2007 PC

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Anonymous
March 31, 2010 1:38:12 AM

IF IT WORKS I WILL BE THE HAPPIEST PERSON IN THE WORLD!! BYE!
March 31, 2010 3:30:03 AM

What are the system specs? Giving a year doesn't help.
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March 31, 2010 2:02:50 PM

Anonymous said:
IF IT WORKS I WILL BE THE HAPPIEST PERSON IN THE WORLD!! BYE!


Yeah "a 2007 PC" could mean anything. There are some 2007 PCs which would run it, but many others which wouldnt.

We need to know your processor, RAM, and most importantly you Graphics Card (if you have one - if you dont have a dedicated GPU then forget it!)
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March 31, 2010 6:54:15 PM

I think they should Lock this post and make the thread starter try again. This is just lazy.
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Anonymous
April 2, 2010 4:03:03 PM

akratos said:
I think they should Lock this post and make the thread starter try again. This is just lazy.


What do you mean? Lock This Post!
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Anonymous
April 2, 2010 4:04:36 PM

isamuelson said:
What are the system specs? Giving a year doesn't help.


Well i'm not very good with computers... All I know is that it's a 2007 HP pc
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April 2, 2010 4:10:19 PM

Then give us a model number. 2007 HP PC doesn't help.

We need things like:

  • CPU type and speed (Intel, AMD, Dual Core, Quad Core, X3, X4, etc)
  • Video card - make and amount of memory
  • Amount of system memory
  • Sound card

    Without that information, we cannot help you at all. It's not that we don't want to, we just can't without that information. If you can't get the info yourself, maybe someone you know can?

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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2010 4:13:54 PM

    641667,7,343212 said:
    Then give us a model number. 2007 HP PC doesn't help.

    Model Number Is A6237C
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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2010 4:17:28 PM

    641667,7,343212 said:
    Then give us a model number. 2007 HP PC doesn't help.

    Theres about 500 GB of space but i'm down to about 30 GB now
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    April 2, 2010 4:36:22 PM

    Looked up your pc on the HP site and you are running an Athlon X2 which will NOT be enough to run GTA IV. You'll need a quad core and in your case, you'll have to upgrade your motherboard, CPU and video card.
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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2010 4:45:17 PM

    isamuelson said:
    Looked up your pc on the HP site and you are running an Athlon X2 which will NOT be enough to run GTA IV. You'll need a quad core and in your case, you'll have to upgrade your motherboard, CPU and video card.



    Ok but thanks for the help anyways.....
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    April 2, 2010 5:05:19 PM

    You dont need a Quad core!! I run it at 45-50 hz, on a Core 2 Duo!
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    April 2, 2010 9:58:29 PM

    If you want to play it at an acceptable framerate with as much detail as possible, you do.

    Now, if you want to play at 800x600 with most detail turned off (which makes it look like crap), then yes, you don't need a quad. But, if you really want to play it where it looks the best, then yes, you do need a quad.

    I had an Athlon X2 and the game barely got over 24 fps at 800x600 with most details turned off.

    With my Phenom II X3, I get close to 50 fps. And that was with my HD3870 I had with my Athlon X2 4200+.


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    April 3, 2010 4:06:21 AM

    Dude Ihate to break it to you but your 3870 is balls. Its less powerful that a single 8800. I run at 1080p (1920x1080 if you dont get that (!!!?!)). When I had my 8800GTS 512mb (g92) it was a bit jerky but often playable with the high resolution textures ON but I ended up accepting medium settings for smooth rates.

    TBF Athlon X2 is w@*#K compared to Intel E6750. Thoug besides the point, neither are quad core:

    http://kotaku.com/5049326/here-are-gta-iv-pcs-recommend...

    BUMP :S !
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    April 3, 2010 7:45:35 PM

    Just tell us how much you paid for the computer in 2007 and we'll have a good idea if you can run it or not.
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