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What gHZ/RAM you got on your PC?

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Bawbasaurus Rex

Senior Member

12-24-2012

3 ghz duo and 2gb ram. I used to be stabile 60 fps but the 5ish year old computer is starting to fail me, so im stuck between 10-30 atm. What graphic card and ingame settings are you using?

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Vantia:
There is 100% NO point having 16GB of RAM, half of that was a waste of money.


Unless you work with complex graphic programs as CAD.


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SexySaid

Senior Member

12-24-2012

I have a 3.3 Ghz i5 2500
8GB of RAM.

Self built of course.


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Rogstah Junior

Senior Member

12-24-2012

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Bawbasaurus:
3 ghz duo and 2gb ram. I used to be stabile 60 fps but the 5ish year old computer is starting to fail me, so im stuck between 10-30 atm. What graphic card and ingame settings are you using?



Unless you work with complex graphic programs as CAD.


you got 1887 elo with 10-30 fps?


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RoX Warhuntér

Recruiter

12-24-2012

5,1 ghz i5 2500k
16gb 2133 ram.


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MrBurned

Senior Member

12-24-2012

My calculator can run lol just fine, dont need a €1000 pc for it.

Got an amd 2600x2, 2gb 800 of ram and an ati hd4600 1gb and it runs lol at 60 stable fps on medium/high, its a 5 - 6 year old pc. OP you need to realise that while cpu and memory do matter, gpu is the most important part in this specific case. Your gpu is probably **** if you can only run lol at 30 fps. What card you got? You need to be more specific...


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KarmaLarma

Member

12-24-2012

i7 2600k 3.4ghz 16gb nvidia GTX 560 ti 60 fps all day my friend has a setup just for rendering he has 128 gb of ram -.- "why i donno"


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SexySaid

Senior Member

12-24-2012

Quote:
3D Warhunter lo:
5,1 ghz i5 2500k
16gb 2133 ram.

Why do you put your CPU in warpdrive... -_-


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Rogstah Junior

Senior Member

12-24-2012

Quote:
MrBurned:
My calculator can run lol just fine, dont need a €1000 pc for it.

Got an amd 2600x2, 2gb 800 of ram and an ati hd4600 1gb and it runs lol at 60 stable fps on medium/high, its a 5 - 6 year old pc. OP you need to realise that while cpu and memory do matter, gpu is the most important part in this specific case. Your gpu is probably **** if you can only run lol at 30 fps. What card you got? You need to be more specific...


Mobile Intel(R) Series Express Chipset Family . not really a gaming laptop :/


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Rogstah Junior

Senior Member

12-24-2012

I got a total of 3gb but it says 1326mb is available. maybe thats why


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C12H16N2

Senior Member

12-24-2012

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Rogstah Junior:
Mobile Intel(R) Series Express Chipset Family . not really a gaming laptop :/


"Gaming" laptops are a rip off. You pay €2000 for something as heavy as a desktop computer without about the same battery life as one too. All you need is a regular laptop with dedicated graphics and you'll be able to play most games (hint: developers have become receptive to more people replacing desktops with laptops). Intel graphics are getting better, but they will almost always be the lowest powered graphics you can have.

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Rogstah Junior:
I got a total of 3gb but it says 1326mb is available. maybe thats why


Because the graphics is sharing system memory (and claiming it for itself)