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Reccommended First-person shooters that match specs.

Discussion in 'Support & Help' started by Lowdown777, February 4, 2010.

  1. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    My specs:

    CPU: Intel(R) Celeron(R) D CPU 3.33GHz

    RAM: 1.5 GB

    Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition,
    32-bit (Build Service Pack 26002)

    Video Card: Intel(R) 82945G Express Chipset Family
    Video RAM: 256.0 MB
    3D: Yes
    Hardware T&L: No
    Pixel Shader version: 2.0

    Direct Version: 10.0

    Sound Card: SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC

    CD ROM: TSSTcorp CD"DVDW TS-H652D ATA Device


    Please I'm bored and failed to find a interesting First-Person Shooter.


    I've already been on the "Can You Run It?" website and Hardware T&L hurts my computer performance but I grow tired of searching.




    BTW: I found a video card but do not know if my computer can handle it:

    PNY GeForce 210 Video Card - 512MB DDR2, PCI-Express 2.0, DVI, HDMI, VGA, Low Profile

    I found the video card here: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5274322&Sku=P56-0210
     
  2. TinySponge

    TinySponge FS Member

    theres barebones counter strike, theres the cliched Halo 1/2 , a shooter called Wolfteam which is personally one of my favourites due to interesting gameplay. call of duty all the way up to 4, i think 5 and 6 will lag alot. mostly its your CPU and the video card
     
  3. Jake

    Jake Full Member

    I sense crappy gfx card.

    Anyway.
    I'm pretty sure you can play any source engine game or mod.
    Check out Goldrak's thread,you'll certainly find atleast something for yourself.

    Try Bioshock,it's a cool game.

    If you're going to buy new shit,then go ahead and buy new computer or build one yourself.Also get W7 *Cough* TPB *Cough*.
     
  4. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    If i buy the video card i could play call of duty waw I just wanted know if the video card i posted would work with my computer.
     
  5. FSOwner

    FSOwner FS Owner

    You should get something better than a 210 lol, try for like a 250 at least.
     
  6. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    Okay then can you find me a cheap card? I liked this one since it was only $49.99. :eek:


    But, no one is answering my question. IF I got a new video card, how would I know if my computer can handle it?

    On the front of the computer it says "512 MB DDR2" I don't know if it means RAM or video or anything. I'm pretty sure I'm a noob on computer hardware. All I really want is to have at least minimum requirements to play Call of Duty World at War. That's all I really want.

    Here are my stats from "Can You Run It?" website for WAW:

    [​IMG]
     
  7. FSOwner

    FSOwner FS Owner

    The 512 DDR 2 is the RAM. You'll need to check the manual/specs or find a program to see what expansions slot your PC uses, it's probably a PCI-E port but it may be AGP.
     
  8. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    I edited a earlier post with results of test.
     
  9. FSOwner

    FSOwner FS Owner

    That test tells us nothing you need to either look in the manual for the specs,use a real diagnostic tool or tell us the exact model of PC you have.
     
  10. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    \okay hold on ill check.


    Okay here I found my system information:


    [​IMG]
     
  11. FSOwner

    FSOwner FS Owner

    Those aren't the specs.
     
  12. psuchris

    psuchris FS Member

    look on your computer for the model number and then google that for the specs
     
  13. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    Emachines Model: W3609

    I think that is my model number.
     
  14. DigitalGeek

    DigitalGeek Full Member

    Your PC Specs From the EMachine Website
    Took a second to google and was the 1st site...



    You have an onboard vid card "IntelĀ® Graphics Media Accelerator 950" but you have a PCI-E x16 slot so you can upgrade. I recommend getting a better card so you can play better games.
     
  15. tatootian

    tatootian FS Member

  16. FSOwner

    FSOwner FS Owner

    Then that 210 will work, just look for any modern card.
     
  17. DigitalGeek

    DigitalGeek Full Member

    Ah Yes, Great little program that is.... I recommend it as well for getting system info.
     
  18. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    Thanks for your help everyone.


    Now, is the video card compatible?
     
  19. psuchris

    psuchris FS Member


     
  20. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    Okay ... Psuchris I haven't talked to you much lately. Are you too important now?
     
  21. psuchris

    psuchris FS Member

    i'm just having MAJOR computer problems right now. i had vista and it would freeze at the loading screen when booting. i got windows 7 and installed it and that froze at the loading screen too. I'm running Ubuntu off of a disc right now and it told me my hard drive has 1759 bad sectors and it is going to fail and i need to replace it immediately. i also tried to install ubuntu to a partition on my portable hard drive so i can actually download and install stuff and that wouldn't work either. so basically all i have is internet access right now. this is a family computer and my parents are blaming this all on me. soooo yeah
     
  22. Lowdown777

    Lowdown777 FS Member RESPECT ECHO419&WW3

    lol that sucks. Hope you win the lottery and buy a new computer :p
     
  23. prowler.inc

    prowler.inc FS Member

    i have 4x Ati Radeon HD 5870 and it ownz so hardcore , but ati sux at drivers :(
     

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