Ok, i have a Pentium 4 computer with a pentium 4 2 GHz, GeForce 6200 512 MB AGP and 1.75 GB off RAM.
I get an average of 25FPS in CoD4 on absolutely lowest settings or yitch3config.. If i changed to the HD 4650 512 MB AGP, would it give me better FPS, or is my CPU too much of a bottleneck?
And also, would upgrading to 2 or 2.5 GB of RAM help any? im runninx windows XP.
I suggest that fi you are unwilling or can't afford a new system at this time then go ahead with your upgrade if it keeps you slugging along for another year. Ram yes on any system the more the better.
i got a 533 MHz Gigabyte GA-8STXC Motherboard. And im not planning any high-end setup, i want to be able to play my games on LOWESt, i repeat, LOWEST settings with playable FPS. Not maxed out, LOWEST SETTINGS! Some persons have trouble understanding that. But yes i know its an ancient crap heap... But 30 FPS is just what ive been looking for. Thanks for answering
This means that your motherboard is probably factory overclocked slightly. This is done sometimes to increase benchmarks between boards and other times it is because a different clock generator is used that results in a slightly different clock speed compared to a different board. It is nothing to worry about. 2.00 and 2.02 is quite comparable overall.