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geforce mx420+COD2


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Guys, my Prosavage DDR won't cut it anymore. I tried running Call Of Duty 2 today, and it didn't support alpha blending.


I plan to upgrade to a mx420, and I was wondering if that could cut it with COD2

(as you can tell, I'm on a tight a** budget)
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The game says minimum required is 64MB DirectX 9.0 video card (ATi Radeon 9200/GeForce 4)... but the game is not going to look pretty, and probably will run like crap, but I guess it would run.

Edited by ADNoland, 25 June 2007 - 10:48 AM.

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then I'm geussing that the MSI geforce4 MX4000 Video Card won't have any problems?
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Don't think so.

Why don't you think about something a bit better like: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814102043

If your on that tight of a budget then save up a little longer and get something better. You will only thank your self that you did.
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