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Jagadeeswaran

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If i put 10gb ram and 2gb graphic card in a dual core processor system.Will i be able to run heavy games???Will it cause any trouble to the system???

Edited by Jagadeeswaran, 18 March 2015 - 04:02 AM.

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Hi Jagadeeswaran :)

It's hard to say that without seeing your actual computer specs. The CPU also plays a huge role in determining what games you can run on a system, so I'll consider that as well. What graphic card do you plan on adding, brand and model? Follow the instructions below to give us your current computer specs.

ik5xYHs.pngSpeccy - Publish a snapshot
Follow the instructions below to download and install Speccy, then to publish a snapshot of your system information:
  • Download and install Speccy from Piriform (the download will start automatically a few seconds after clicking on the Speccy link);
    Note: You can opt-out the Google Toolbar installation if you want;
  • Once Speccy is installed, launch the program and give it a good minute to load all your system information;
  • After that, click on the File menu in the top left corner, and select Publish Snapshot;
  • A window will appear asking you to confirm your decision to publish a snapshot. Click on Yes;
  • A new window will appear after, with a URL link to your snapshot. Click on Copy to Clipboard button to copy that URL to your clipboard, then paste it in your next reply and post it;

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