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GTA trilogy will it work on my computer


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tylerneedshelp45

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First off I have vista, home premium edition 32 bit direct x version 10 Total physical memory 1.88 , free 765 400 gb on my hard drive NVIDIA GeForce 7100/NVIDIA nForce 630i hp
a6300f please say how each works like bad,good, and great
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they will work. gta3/vice city/san andreas will make you want to upgrade your video card. It may be a little choppy for you.
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y would he need to upgrade his video card the one you have should easyly run GTA san andreas on very high settings i can even fun COD4 all high with a 6800
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because the geforce 7100 is an intergrated graphics solution. Not meant to be a gaming video card. It is an updated version of the 6100 video.

http://systemrequirementslab.com/ should be able to tell you if you could run this game.

The 6800 is a video card made for gaming and thus is more capable than the 7100.
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wow dude you rely know your stuff.... :)
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