Cod modern warfare 2,gta 4

i will buy a computer with a processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core E6300,2.8 ghz,,2 gb ram, graphic card ati radeon hd4650 1 gb,

would games like modern warfare 2,gta 4 and other 2008,2009 and 2010 games work on that computer,,if they would work will they be slow of normal speed
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  1. How much your budget for the whole new system?
    I'm not recommend a 4650. What max resolution that u have on your monitor?
  2. 1600x900,,monitor also comes with computer in package
  3. you will need something better than a 4650 if you want playable frames on GTA4...
  4. Very important to have at list 4 GB of ram. You don't want your pc to bottleneck your games because of RAM and also see if you can find a pc package(assuming that you buy this as a promo pc from a store) that has a better video card too.
    you can play modern warfare 2 at reasonable settings(but not at that resolution) on that video card but gta4..not going to happen.
  5. kresimir said:
    i will buy a computer with a processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core E6300,2.8 ghz,,2 gb ram, graphic card ati radeon hd4650 1 gb,

    would games like modern warfare 2,gta 4 and other 2008,2009 and 2010 games work on that computer,,if they would work will they be slow of normal speed


    How much are they charging you for that pc? Why don't you build one yourself?
  6. Under a small budjet I would recommend

    A phenom 720Tri Core or an Athlon630 Quad 120$
    4gigs or ram (ddr2 800 or 1066) 45 to 70$
    AsusM3A78EM 70$
    500gig drive 50$
    DVDRW 30$
    Radeon 4770 or 4850 90 to 120$ (1gig ram recommended)
    Fair case with minimum 500W psu 100$

    An Asus 23" LCD monitor running 1920x1080 should go for 220$

    Those are average costs via newegg... local computer shops might try to make more of a profit... but those prices should give you a small idea.

    And voila, a fair computer that will run GTA4 and CODMW2 + more


    An AM3 board will add a bit more to the cost considering the more expensive ram however will be a little more future proof... tho the AM2+ can still run all of today's amd cpu's

    LGA775 is to be avoided for new builds... well that is my opinion.
  7. C00lIT said:
    Under a small budjet I would recommend

    A phenom 720Tri Core or an Athlon630 Quad 120$
    4gigs or ram (ddr2 800 or 1066) 45 to 70$
    AsusM3A78EM 70$
    500gig drive 50$
    DVDRW 30$
    Radeon 4770 or 4850 90 to 120$ (1gig ram recommended)
    Fair case with minimum 500W psu 100$

    An Asus 23" LCD monitor running 1920x1080 should go for 220$

    Those are average costs via newegg... local computer shops might try to make more of a profit... but those prices should give you a small idea.

    And voila, a fair computer that will run GTA4 and CODMW2 + more


    An AM3 board will add a bit more to the cost considering the more expensive ram however will be a little more future proof... tho the AM2+ can still run all of today's amd cpu's

    LGA775 is to be avoided for new builds... well that is my opinion.


    It would actually be cheaper for the OP to get an AM3 board and DDR3 as opposed to AM2/AM2+ and DDR2 .... DDR2 prices are a bit higher than DDR3 at this point in time. A x4 620 will shave 20 bucks off as well and it performs the same, well after a mild overclock it will.....
  8. cpu dont even matter that much in games so ur fine, then AT LEAST go for 4670, 4850 or 9600gt recommended. Yea go for 4 gb of ram
  9. crazy359 said:
    cpu dont even matter that much in games so ur fine, then AT LEAST go for 4670, 4850 or 9600gt recommended. Yea go for 4 gb of ram


    what??? GTA4 is a CPU and GPU hungry game, so yes the CPU does matter in this case....And the 4670 or 9600GT would FAIL in such a game unless the OP likes to play with everything on low and still experience some lag here n there....
  10. Totally in agreement with OvrClkr on this one. GTAIV definitely responds to increased CPU performance as well as multiple cores. And as far as video cards go, for GTAIV to operate well, you really need 1GB of VRAM, and a substantial graphics card.
  11. jerreece said:
    Totally in agreement with OvrClkr on this one. GTAIV definitely responds to increased CPU performance as well as multiple cores. And as far as video cards go, for GTAIV to operate well, you really need 1GB of VRAM, and a substantial graphics card.


    Btw, nice build you got there [:lectrocrew:5]

    New toy heh??
  12. Ok ,thank you all for advice
  13. AthlonII 630 Quad Core 2.8Ghz (I would pay 12$ extra for 200Mhz per core) OP may not be an overclocker.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103704&cm_re=athlon_ii_x4-_-19-103-704-_-Product

    2x1 Gig ram, I would recommend 2x2 but I am thinking budjet ATM, can upgrade easy...
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148322&cm_re=ddr3_1333-_-20-148-322-_-Product

    If 2x2 is in budjet
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820139040&cm_re=ddr3_1333-_-20-139-040-_-Product

    Good budget Motherboard (I like asus for the Solid Caps, Qfan, website with drivers access... overall havent had a problem with asus)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131398R&cm_re=m4a785-_-13-131-398R-_-Product

    Radeon 4850
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127435R&cm_re=Radeon_4850-_-14-127-435R-_-Product

    500 gig seagate... I would recommend either seagate or WD
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148395&cm_re=seagate_500gb-_-22-148-395-_-Product

    A random sata dvdr
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827129045&cm_re=dvdrw-_-27-129-045-_-Product

    A fair not so special Case with 500W PSU, it's spacious and easy to work with.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129024&cm_re=Antec_sonata-_-11-129-024-_-Product

    I would also recommend a THERMALTAKE WINGMA BLACK MICRO ATX with a thermaltake 500W PSU

    That would be my fair recommendation... it's not bad and it isn't great... however I think it can run everything to date fairly well and can upgrade easy next year or the year after that.

    Not really telling the OP to build his own PC if he doesn't want to, I am just doing a recommendation on parts that he can look for at whatever none futureshop computer stores.
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