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01-18-2004, 01:32 PM
ok guys this new game looks AWSOME!!
i wanna get it so much so i can expaned my gaming clan
but there might be a thing holding me back
Jedi knight3: Jedi Academy
Jedi Knight2: jedi Outcast
Medal of honor: allied assult
and they all work pritty much the way i exspected, FINE i play nearly every day.. anyways - -- -
32MB gfx card (<--sucks)
128mb of RAM
Do you think i can run the game??
and what are the full requirments (minimem) for it
--thanks alot :D
01-18-2004, 01:45 PM
So far no-one knows the sys req. The best I can say is that you may want to consider upgrading your gfx card and possibly the MB of RAM. Since this game isn't due out until the fall of this year, I would recommend an upgrade, seeing as SW:KoToR already requires 256 MB of RAM. I recently upgraded mine to a hefty 1 Gig of RAM.
It's not hard, so it would probably be worth it. I'm not saying that you can't run the game, there's just a possibility that you might not be able to. ;)
01-18-2004, 01:46 PM
(EDIT) damn, Ex beat me. :p
they have not been reveilded yet, but I think its safe to say that you should buy a new graphic card. but since its not until fall it is released, you can safely wait until whats hot now becomes cheaper.
01-18-2004, 03:27 PM
My plan is to save my money and upgrade in a few months so I'll be ready for the new wave of games coming out. You can get a great graphics card for $100. I'm looking to upgrade my processor, mobo, and ram though...probably $400 for that :|
01-18-2004, 10:49 PM
honostley, for me if the game works it works, if it doesnt i dont bother upgrading.
02-12-2004, 03:41 AM
Look at it this way, you might as well upgrade. Be it all at once, or a little at a time. Why? Because games are just getting beefier and demand more system resources. So to keep up with the latest games, new hardware will always be needed. This goes for consoles too, why else do you think the PS2 exists? KOTOR was my big wake-up call. I still haven't upgraded enough to play it...it's collecting dust on my shelf at the moment.
02-12-2004, 03:47 AM
It's kinda hard to say "upgrade a little bit at a time" when the key upgrade is a new processor...which you can't get unless you get a new mobo and ram.
That's my upgrade I need at least.
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