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I have compaq presario a900 and want to play just cause 2 on it in maxed out 60 fps i dont hafve good enough graphic card so can replace with nvidia geforce gts 250?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: graphics card
In order for Cold Fear to run properly, your PC must meet or exceed these minimum requirements:
Opertaing System: Windows 2000 / XP Only
Processor: 1 GHz processor minimum, (2 GHz recommended)
RAM: 256MB RAM minimum, (512MB recommended)
Video Card: DirectX 9 compliant 64MB (128MB recommended) see supported list *
Sound Card: DirectX 9 compliant
DirectX Version: DirectX 9 included on disk
DVD-ROM: 8X or better
Hard Drive Space: 2.2 GB
Peripherals: Mouse, keyboard, Windows compliant game pad.
* Supported Video Cards at Time of Release
Nvidia GeForce 3/4/FX/6 series (GeForce 4 MX not supported)
ATI Radeon 8500/9000/X series
These chipsets are the only ones that will run this game. Laptop versions of these chips may work but are not supported
NOTICE: This game contains technology intended to prevent copying that may conflict with some DVD-RW and virtual drives.
Also, make sure that no other programs are running.
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
contact the shop / place you purchased it from and they should be able to give you info of where to send it and what to do - they should have a section on there website where you can go through the return process and you will most likely need to get an RMA number to authorise the return / replacement.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Graphics Comparison
I beleive that your onboard is pretty much the equivelent to the geforce card you have spec-wise. But the 3300 a much new technology and has a faster processing speed in comparison to the geforce 6600 (not sure about the 7200).
In anycase, if you get yourself another ATI HD card (2400, 3450, or 3470) you can actually run them both as a Crossfire set up. Also, you can slight overclock your onboard video just a tad if that is a route you wanted to take.
The HD 3300 onboard was meant to be a better option over more entry level cards on the market today.
If you're still not sure, you can always do a 3dmark or gaming FPS test on each gpu to see which gives you the best outcomes.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
The maximum performance of your video card is limited by the hardware you attach it to. In the display properties of Windows, your highest resolution is 1280x1024 because your monitor is not able to go any higher than this. This resolution is a typical maximum for a 17" monitor. Some 15" can do this, and some 19" can do this. In order to get a higher resolution, you'll need to get a bigger monitor with a higher native resolution. For example, a nice 24" monitor can only do 1920x1200. The video card can go higher, but it's limited by the monitor. 32bit color is your highest setting - that's 16 million colors. Your video card's 1GB of RAM only determines how much rendered data (usually 3D) it can store and move at any given moment, which is related to but not determined by your screen resolution. That's a very nice card - you should be able to get very good frame rates, color, and performance out of 32bit color and 1280x1024. If you want a higher resolution, you'll need to get a bigger monitor.
Posted on May 13, 2009
this card should work on that system altho i need more info bout your pc to be sure, another thing i rang up the other week to purchase a high end card a geforce GTX 295 and they said that i would also have to upgrade my power surply unit to double what it was so this could be your problem easy way to do it ring any computer store and they shud be able to tell you what you need and also the compatibility specs should be on the box it came with
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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