I bought this computer new earlier this year, but the benchmark thing keeps crashing, so I'm a little worried. I'm a dumbass about computers, here's a screenshot of my DXDiag:
I have 64 bit windows 7, but I have no clue XD
#2Stink_SlingerPosted 8/31/2010 1:23:08 PM
Uh you posted a pic with the specs of your monitor :) Please click the system tab and resubmit. --- Slingin smelly opinions since 1984
#3Rickster747Posted 8/31/2010 1:24:31 PM
#4ANTOR KnightPosted 8/31/2010 1:25:27 PM
I'm going with "no." --- PSN: Antor, Gamertag: tstyron http://www.ffxivstrawhats.com/
#5Stink_SlingerPosted 8/31/2010 1:27:05 PM
Never mind i guess your graphics card is an intel integrated, sorry i must've skimmed over that when i was looking for ATI or geforce cards. I think you're out of luck bro. --- Slingin smelly opinions since 1984
#6SuperBellmanPosted 8/31/2010 1:27:06 PM
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#7XenotrosPosted 8/31/2010 1:28:32 PM
Except that even on the Display settings you can see what video card he has since it would be the input for the display.
I'm going to say no as well. --- PSN/GT: Xenotros Currently Playing: Red Dead Redemption, Lost Planet 2, Final Fantasy XIII, Yakuza 3.
With an upgrade to your graphics card you could probably run med-high settings on low res. Your processor will bottleneck the better cards around, however. So a modest upgrade will get you running the game. Say geforce 9800? --- Slingin smelly opinions since 1984
#10Rickster747Posted 8/31/2010 1:39:09 PM
Yea, what stink said.
Technically, I'd advise you to update your motherboards BIOS through asus's Website. Grab a good Video card, if your PSU will support it. Then, you can also try to go the route of slightly overclocking your CPU a little. Any little bit will improve your performance.
That would take a little bit of research if you're not too computer savvy.