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Oblivion Specs.


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kinetik

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Ok, first of all, i just bought a new 450$ Nvidia GeForce 7900 GT and even THAT dosnt play oblivion well, i have almost everything on low, except for the textures, there on medium. I only have 512 RAM, if i upgraded to 1.5 gigs of RAM, would that help me play oblivion with more stuff up??? :whistling:
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What are your full system specs (processor, memory, sound, video [we know], etc.)?

More RAM always helps your computer just in general, so upgrading to even just a gig would help. My system (seen in my sig) plays Oblivion on medium everything at 1024x768 (I believe is the res). Mainly because of my video card. The way (in my opinion) that Oblivion utilizes the computer hardware is messed up, some people have great computers and can't play the stupid game on high.

I sorta gave up on making it look good and resorted to "I like being able to play, not just look at pretty trees."
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Where do i find my full system specs?
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A good share of it can be found by right-clicking on My Computer, and clicking on properties. The rest, such as video card information, can be found by clicking on Start -> Run, and typing in dxdiag ... Press enter, and you may seea small gray box. Let's it "yes" on that for now. Your video card information can be found by clicking on the Display Tab, and looking at the top-left of the page.
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Use a program called PC wizard to get the info theres a link in my sig that will take you to it, you could use CPU-Z as well.
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