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Will this play Battlefield Bad Company 2 on HIGH?!

I have a set up with a:
EVGA GTX 460 EE SC
AMD Phenom II 3.0GHz Deneb 945
4gigs ram from a single RAM card
windows XP 32bit (will upgrade to windows 7 64 bit soon)
23" LED monitor

Will it run on all high res? (ill probably turn HBOA off or something like that)
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    ..... are you dicking around with us?

    I was thinking the CPU was a bit short of running the game on high settings.. lol......... its my first build.... D:!!
  2. i will propablt run at the highest settings, but some framerate drops may occure
  3. thanks everyone.... I got the system- it works great! The game plays on high res perfectly with the exception of a 0.2 second lag at the beginning of some games most likely due to my connection. definitely suggest this game. :3
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  5. How are you running this game on high with those specs?

    The only thing of yours that's better than mine is your CPU, and that's only by like 100mhz.

    I get low frams on a mixture of low/medium settings.
  6. wow then you have a problem. a quad core and a 460 should max out BC2 and stay above 30fps no problem. after all the 460 is no slouch.
    maybe you need to oc the cpu to get a little more out of the gpu but it does sound like you have an issue sumwhere, probably your hdd or mem.
  7. HEXiT said:
    wow then you have a problem. a quad core and a 460 should max out BC2 and stay above 30fps no problem. after all the 460 is no slouch.
    maybe you need to oc the cpu to get a little more out of the gpu but it does sound like you have an issue sumwhere, probably your hdd or mem.


    I'm replying to you, but I do not mean to hijack this thread either. It was my RAM. My older RAM went back last week, and I put in new, and better RAM today and the game runs like a champ. 50-80 FPS on high settings.
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