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Snippy

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So will this video card run cod2 at maxed settings cause if i'm gonna spend 160 bucks I want maxed setting!


http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814130283
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Newegg is down, what card is it. Unless its something like an x1800/1900 or a 7900 nope it probably wont manage maxed out settings your cpu is also one of the slowest which doesnt help.
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It's really hard to run almost anything maxed out unless you dish out nearly $200 because of AA and the like. Your processor may also not allow full max-out-ability without a tremendous video card. Look at my specs and I play it on high (or higher, whatever the best is without AA) and sometimes less if my FPS drops and it looks phenominal either way.

Even on my old 1.4GHz P4 and ATI Radeon 9600SE, CoD 2 looked great :whistling:
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for maxed settings I would recomend ati x1800 or nvidia 7800 or better. naturally for a bit less money you can still get decent cards. If you would be kind enough to post which video card you were looking at it would be apprecaited.
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