arven

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  1. I build/fix computers for a living, and let me tell you- you don't need that video card to play this game. I have a GeForce 250 GS that I payed like 140$ for a couple months ago (mine had 512 mb ram not 1 GB like the one dulittle linked) and I run this game on max settings and get 80 FPS. WW2OL is more CPU reliant than GPU reliant. If you are lagging and your computer isn't very old, it's time for a format and operating system re-installation.
  2. Cool, thanks
  3. I'm building a new computer and I've noticed that almost all of the cards available are Direct X 10 cards. I have no intention of getting Vista any time soon. Are Direct X 10 cards backwards compatible with Direct X 9?
  4. Sign me up as an Axis 110
  5. I just CTD'd less than a minute ago. Shot some British HC guy in the guts at Wiltz and was shot in turn, despawned and *bam* CTD
  6. I already bought my stuff and went for an AMD rig, had a friend help me out. I don't overclock. Thats why my last computer lasted me 7 years.
  7. Like I said, I had a 7 year old rig beforehand. It was time to upgrade. I had already replaced every single part in it multiple times except the processor, and the mobo was the only thing in it I couldn't replace and was what was holding me back.
  8. Bah, I did the legwork and put together a package myself. 100$ Mobo 100$ CPU 50$ PSU 50$ Case 100$ Ram 150$ Video Card All near top of the line stuff... I dunno why people pay for premade rigs... just not smart...
  9. ... homework? And just barely be able to play the game, which is acceptable to me. I'm a college student, I don't have the money for a 1000$ uber rig, yet I have to have a working computer for school.
  10. I'm posting from my laptop It was a 7 year old rig, and it played the game reasonably well... but I guess it was just its time. 7 years old is pretty old for a computer, I guess. *sigh* Anyway, if someone could link me to a thread for a "500$ Rig" or something that'd be great, as I can't seem to find a post on here (even though I know I've seen the posts in the past...).
  11. I already have the ram. Newegg was having a sale on the ram I linked and included free shipping, and several friends who were advising me on this recommended I buy it before they sold out. So... I just need a motherboard, CPU, power supply, and case. I have roughly 350$ to spend on all of the above.
  12. 550 pounds = like 700-800 dollars and ain't budget by any stretch
  13. If I can help it, I don't want to overclock. My current 7 year old system isn't even overclocked. I'm drunk and can't manage this stuff now, I'll type an informed reply in the morning!
  14. Well, I decided to build a new system as my 7 year old one can barely run the game anymore. I've consulted with some friends who know how to build computers, and I've got a basic system plan here. However, none of the friends play this game, and I've no idea if this system is right for WW2OL. Heres what I have so far. You'll notice I haven't chosen a video card yet. BIOSTAR TForce TF7025-M2 Socket AM2 NVIDIA GeForce 7025 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ Windsor 2.4GHz 2 x 512KB L2 Cache Socket AM2 Processor Kingston 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory APEVIA X-QPACK-NW-BK/420 Black Aluminum 1.0 w/ ABS plastic front panel MicroATX Desktop Computer Case 420W Power Supply Soo... thats it. Will this system run the game efficiently? Everything there is only going to cost me about 300$. If anyone could link me to a 80$ video card that would be best for this system I'd be very grateful. Thanks in advance!