|31 Jan 2011||#2|
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One of the reviews on your Graphic Card...
Oooh, new GPUs from AMD - however these ones aren't going to be breaking any performance records, they are both priced below $60.
The Radeon HD 4350 and 4550 are slotted in between integrated graphics and the set of hardware we took a look at recently in our Radeon 4670 review. The Radeon HD 4550 will run you around $45 - $55, while the Radeon HD 4350 will be priced at $39. Generally speaking, if you're a gamer you're not spending any less than $150 for a graphics card - so these GPUs are mostly for enabling hardware Blu-ray acceleration or providing a boost in performance over games running on integrated graphics.
The Intel Pentium E5700 is a low-end CPU
Try playing Rainbow Six Vegas on your pc and you'll see what I am saying about optimized games.
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|31 Jan 2011||#3|
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Want to go playable?
1st. thing I think you need more system ram, about 2x what you got.
Then fire up cod 4 and go into options.
Graphics - Disable glow, shadow, dynamic lights, no sync - drop smoke edging, bodys & water detail. Drop your AA to 0 or 2x.
Then go into Texture and you'll see the last option - change auto to manual and you'l get 3x more options - drop them to normal or low.
You should get some playable fps. Oneother thing enable the console and for SP ~ then /r_drawdecals ( I think ) 1 default set to 0. MP not sure if punkbuster will blast you for that.
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