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May 5, 2008 10:46:49 PM

Can i run cod4 with Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T5750 (2.0GHz/667Mhz FSB/2MB cache), 3GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz (2 Dimms), 120GB 7200rpm SATA Hard Drive Free Fall Sensor, 256MB NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600M GT.

i know my processor isnt that powerful but, 2.4 GHz is way too expensive. im thinking of buying a dell m1530, but havent bought it yet, so if there are any recommendations of what i should add to it, plz post them =D

if i am able to run cod4, how well would it run on low/medium/high detail

p.s. umm jw is there a remote chance that i can run crysis lol?

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May 5, 2008 10:53:41 PM

You can probly run CoD4 at a low resolution with low to medium settings

I don't think you would get very good performance on Crysis
May 5, 2008 10:57:20 PM

I am nearly certain your system would do ok. I am running COD 4 on a 7300LE at the moment, 7300LE is not only last generation graphics card, the 7300LE is low end last generation, I want to upgrade, but until I do, this DOES run it at like 800x600 with half decent graphics. So you should be able to run it, how well I'm not sure, but probably better than I can.
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May 5, 2008 11:00:34 PM

Btw, if you go for a desktop, consider building and not getting dell. Mine is a homebuilt, just didn't have cash to really finish yet, so my card is just to tide me over till I can get a better one.
May 5, 2008 11:10:26 PM

i just looked with hp, and i think i could get a much better deal with: Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo Processor T8300 (2.40GHz), 256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS, 3GB DDR2 System Memory (2 Dimm), 250GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive.

the only thing i am concerned about is the 5400 rpm for hard drive. someone told be 7200 rpm would be much much better for games like cod4

do you guys think that this configuration is better?

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May 5, 2008 11:13:28 PM

7200 rpm hd would be better....and if you could some how fit in a 8800gt video card.....you would be very happy

If you build your own you would get much better parts and spend less
May 5, 2008 11:18:22 PM

yes, but i dont know how to build my own =D
May 5, 2008 11:21:02 PM

woot there was an updatable option i updated to 250 gm at 7200 rpm
May 5, 2008 11:24:45 PM

It is really very easy....you can find a guide online....may be one right here on this great website

Just a matter of putting motherboard in case, and plug components into motherboard....then plug in power connectors from power supply....install windows and tada!

$1000- $1100 can built a really sweet gaming rig....with top of the line components.

www.newegg.com is a great place to buy all of your stuff

Read my thread here titled Kane & Lynch...I posted some screenshots in the thread...you can get that kind of quality building your own for around $1000-$1100
May 5, 2008 11:56:33 PM

hmm.....ill look into an asus laptop maybe......and my dad wont let me build my own lol

i can get this hp desktop for 1600 dollars...what do you think:

Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo processor E8400 (3.0GHz)
512MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT, 2 DVI, TV-Out graphics
500GB 7200 rpm SATA 3Gb/s hard drive
4GB DDR2-800MHz dual channel SDRAM (4x1024) memory
Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio
May 6, 2008 4:44:18 AM

Could do better if you buy and then upgrade. Check out their customizable options, look at one lower end, then buy the video card seperately and install yourself to save a few hundred.
May 6, 2008 4:45:17 AM

same thing for me.... I want to build my own pc too save alot of $$$, but I have to go buy a pc at the store instead=(. If your gonna buy an Asus laptop to play games on it, it will overheat really fast.
May 6, 2008 4:49:08 AM

Also, check out a website called tigerdirect.com, I think they will also customize systems as well. Yes, just checked, go to that site, their desktop pc's section, and build to order is on the side.
May 6, 2008 11:42:15 AM

1600 for just that, i built my own PC with about $1600 and its the same as yours except 2x2gb ddr2 800 and a inno3D 9800gx2 with a monitor and other stuff included. The only thing i don't have is a sound card.
May 6, 2008 12:01:19 PM

Did you run the demos yet? They will give you a rough idea of how your system will handle the games. I would give them a spin and play around with the settings to see how far you can push your system. Both of them have been out for a while you know....
May 6, 2008 3:53:24 PM

Ive been running COD4 with an old 3GHZ AMD 939 1G ram and a 7600GT runs good on low settings, Crycis is a bust, just got a 8800GS and will install it later today, see how that goes
May 7, 2008 4:57:30 AM

Cod4 runs fine on my Pentium D 3.4 system with 2gb of ram and a 7600gt. At 1024x768 with most effects turned off, it is very playable and still looks nice on a 17' monitor.

Go for it, get the game and enjoy.
May 7, 2008 10:05:15 AM

yes but integrated audio doesn't count as a sound card, i used to play CoD4 with a pentium 4 3.4ghz and 7300gs 512mb and it was still fine
May 7, 2008 4:57:08 PM

As far as integrated audio, it's a lot better than you may realize. Even my Gigabyte board comes with HD sound integrated onto the board.
May 8, 2008 11:29:06 PM

I ran cod 4 with a Athlon 3400+ 1gb ram and a lousy 6600gt 128mb up until a few days ago on 1024x768 low-medium settings with around 30fps.... So i think u should be ok... -.- Now i have 2gb ram and a 2600xt running 1280x1024 high settings, 2xaa no af. Crysis is worse, i can run Medium with this setup i have now, but not at all with the latter setup.
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