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March 8, 2013 5:44:13 AM

hi guys. after asking about it yesterday in the forum here and deciding to go for a new graphic card (AMD Radeon HD 7750, am on a budget here) for my pc, i am wondering if my processor will run crysis 3 on low to medium settings. my pc meets all the optimal requirements to run it except one which i am in doubt of. my processor , which is intel core 2 duo e4700 @ 2.60. so please help again. here are the specs -

intel core 2 duo E4700 @2.6 ghz
4gb RAM (will be adding 2 gb,have 2 gb already)
AMD Radeon HD 7750 900MHz edition ( will be buying soon)
win 7 ultimate x86

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March 8, 2013 5:57:58 AM

Maybe on low, I was able to run Crysis 2 on a similar setup when it came out on high settings. Even on low it still looks good.
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March 8, 2013 6:02:29 AM

make sure you buy the same ram that you already have in. dont mix and match as it will make your system unstable at the least and kill the mmu/ram and may even damage the cpu if the timings are to far out.

you will need a minimum core 2 quad q6600 if you want to make your pc a entry level system. you can pick up a q8300 which is as good for around 80 on fleebay.
the gfx card barley passes muster so if you can save a little more you will get so much more for the money... there really is a step change 1s you get up to the 7870 or better the yes its x2 the price but its more than x2 the performance.

http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/400413309117?var=lv&ltyp... q8300 £59/£80 from a very reputable seller with free shipping.
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March 8, 2013 6:04:54 AM

well, i want to be SURE. otherwise , i wouldnt invest in the graphics card in the first place coz that would mean upgrading the whole system,which i cant afford to right now. as far as playing it on low settings, i am fine with that.
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March 8, 2013 6:34:26 AM

HEXiT said:
make sure you buy the same ram that you already have in. dont mix and match as it will make your system unstable at the least and kill the mmu/ram and may even damage the cpu if the timings are to far out.

you will need a minimum core 2 quad q6600 if you want to make your pc a entry level system. you can pick up a q8300 which is as good for around 80 on fleebay.
the gfx card barley passes muster so if you can save a little more you will get so much more for the money... there really is a step change 1s you get up to the 7870 or better the yes its x2 the price but its more than x2 the performance.

http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/400413309117?var=lv&ltyp... q8300 £59/£80 from a very reputable seller with free shipping.


so you are saying the core 2 duo e4700 wont be able to run it? also, right now i have 2 slots of 1 gd ram each. its DDR2 PC2-6400, DDR2 (non-ECC). so i cant get a different number other than the 6400?
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March 8, 2013 6:39:38 AM

and i want to thank you for searching up the compatible socket processor for me mate. :) 
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March 8, 2013 7:07:27 AM

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