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nvidia GeForce 5500 works with DOOM3?

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  • Nvidia
  • Geforce
  • Windows XP
  • Graphics
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December 13, 2005 4:15:46 AM

hello,

I have a AMD Athylon(tm) XP 1600+
clockspeed: 1.40 GHz, 512 MB
service pack 2
with a NVidia Geforce FX 5500


am i able to even play doom 3, or is this impossible?
could anyone please help me

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December 14, 2005 4:30:36 AM

Good luck getting it to work once the lights go off in most sections and the level is lit by your flashlight.
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December 14, 2005 2:59:42 PM

My system is as follows:
AMD XP2800+ Barton
GF FX5900
1Gig of ram

I can play doom 3 on lowest settings at 1024x786, with decent performance.. and that means 50 fps avg..

So if you extrapolate from there, i personaly think you haven't got what it takes.. But you should see for yourself, download the demo
December 14, 2005 3:58:27 PM

Let's see - half the video speed, half the ram, and a notch or three slower CPU? Let's hear back about the demo results - it should be interesting at least :) 
December 14, 2005 4:57:49 PM

He'll never tell us what he ends up doing.

Half the retards take the advice and run. Never bother to come back and thank anyone. Bastards.

-mpjesse
December 16, 2005 12:10:44 PM

I played and finished Doom 3 on my Athlon XP 1600+, 768mb SDRAM, GF2 64MB. It was ugly and choppy but it was possible. Generally always lower than 20fps 8)

The expansion, however, ran even worse...
December 17, 2005 12:00:21 PM

yoyo,i hav a system juz like urs usin the same card...n guess wat?
doom 3 runs fine in medium settings.
i even try to run it in ultra....n the result was an average of 20fps...
amazing....isnt it? still in a very much playable mode :wink:
December 19, 2005 6:19:12 AM

Yeah, for me Doom3 ran pretty much the same on low and medium. What made a big difference in fps was turning on/off some of the advanced settings.

Though if you could call 20fps playable I'm not sure... :wink:
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