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Assasin's Creed 2

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August 1, 2010 7:01:23 AM

have 2.13 Mhz Core 2 duo processor,1GB ASUS EN9500GT VGA,2GB Ram..
but in my computer Assassin's Creed 2 game is running Slow...Plz Help me out.

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August 1, 2010 11:51:22 AM

I'm assuming that you mean 2.13Ghz not Mhz.

Anyway I think you need a faster CPU and Graphics card to run Assassin's Creed smoothly and on high settings. The 9500GT is considered pretty old now, I recommend getting HD5770 to run high settings without much lag; it's a cheap buy, and a faster CPU would help a lot I believe. However, this all really depends on what resolution you actually play on.

RAM is fine I think but another Gig or two wouldn't hurt, in fact it would help a lot :) 

If you can afford these upgrades you can play most games on high settings.
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August 2, 2010 6:58:48 AM

Even though your card has 1 Gig dedicated RAM, its only a 128 bit card, which is lower than recommended for the game, unless you run the game no better than 1024 x 786, with low graphical quality.

when games recommend specs, they actually refer to the bit rate of the card (or should) , the 8800GT is a better card than the 9500GT (Remember, the higher the model number doesn't mean the card is better)

8800GT boasts a 512mb dedicated RAM and a 256 bit rateand was a great card in its time, try upgrading to a card with a 256bit rate or better, the GTX 260 has a 448 bit rate and is a good deal!!

all of my recommendations are aimed at higher graphical transfers! now to a better communication transfer between your card and CPU:

you're probably running an Intel E6400 @ 2.13 Ghz?? the game recommends 1.8 Ghz Core 2 duo, and your CPu only hosts a 2M Cache, maybe a slight overclock to 2.4 or 2.5 Ghz (remember, every little bit counts!), or upgrade

hope this is a bit more inlightening!

Dane
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August 2, 2010 11:09:00 AM

Assassin's creed 2 is not much graphic demanding ...try to run the game on lower resolution like 1024*768 it will run on high...
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