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tigersvain

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Hi, i'm tryin to run guild wars, but its just laggy enuff that it would get annoying, i think its my ram thats really buggin it, i have all the settings turned down to lowest and everything, anyway i can free up some memory before goin into the game , heres my specs

Intel celeron 1ghz
256mb sdram
ati radeon 9250 128mb pci (no agp slot)


if anything else is needed just ask, any help what so ever would be appreciated thnks a bunch
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ok, I checked the specs on guildwars.com. you are fine on the specs. however since you are running a celeron instead of a full pIII I would suggest seeing if you could upgrade your processor. With the improved floating point and integer performance that would be the best bet.
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what would you recommend, i'm kinda cheap at the moment (no job) so i'm limited for cash, so something cheap but would do the trick
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well I would look at the local pc shops and see what they have In used processors that would work with your system. I would imagine it would be on the cheap. probably something like 30 bucks (dollars) to maybe 50. I haven't looked but places like pricewatch and ebay should give you an idea of price.

Why I recomend local is that they can make sure you get a quality product that will work with your system.

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yeah sounds good might do that, in my price range :tazz: hehehe, only one problem though, if i was to say look on ebay, i'm not completely sure what i would be lookin for , like that would work with my system
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yeah sounds good might do that, in my price range :tazz: hehehe, only one problem though, if i was to say look on ebay, i'm not completely sure what i would be lookin for , like that would work with my system
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thats why I said a local pc shop. pricewatch said 55....
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kk thnx man, i'll see what i can dig up, lol
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Maybe get a job. Thats how I started to afford good parts
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