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GRAW 2 gives my computer a rough time. I have a very out dated PC. I plan on getting an new one as soon as the new core 2 duo's and amd's phenom come out. I have read the GRAW 2 Tweak Guide but it still isn't working so well. When I run Material detection it only comes up with my video card not meeting minimal system requirements. I looked at buying a pc yesterday but it is pretty much pointless unless I see this game get great reviews from gamespot and ign.

Here is my current pc specs:

Processor: AMD Athlon XP, 2075 MHz (12.5 x 166) 2800+

Memory: Corsair CMX512-2700C2 x 3 (1535 MB)

Mother Board: MSI K7N2 Delta2 (MS-6570E)

Hard Drive: Western Digital 60 GB Internal, 320 GB External (7200 rpm)

Video Card: ATI All-in-Wonder X800 256 MB (Driver 7.5)

Monitor: HP V72 17" CRT

Sound Card: Creative SB Live! 5.1

Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional

renderer_settings.xml:

- <render_config>

<d3d_device adapter="ALL-IN-WONDER X800 Series" adapter_num="0" driver="ati2dvag.dll" resolution="800 600" windowed="false" refresh_rate="100" />

- <render_settings>

<variable name="adapter_num" value="0" />

<variable name="anti_aliasing" value="disabled" />

<variable name="aspect_ratio" value="1.3333334" />

<variable name="brightness" value="1" />

<variable name="dynamic_lights" value="false" />

<variable name="effect_quality" value="low" />

<variable name="environment_detail" value="0" />

<variable name="max_anisotropy" value="1" />

<variable name="post_effect_quality" value="low" />

<variable name="shadow_map_size" value="0" />

<variable name="shadow_quality" value="disabled" />

<variable name="show_all_res" value="true" />

<variable name="texture_quality" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_backdrop" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_buildings" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_buildings_bump" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_buildings_low" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_characters" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_default" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_effects" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_ground" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_ground_bump" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_gui" value="" />

<variable name="texture_quality_lightmaps" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_no_lod" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_plants" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_player_vehicles" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_props" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_props_bump" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_props_high" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_silhouettes" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_sky" value="high" />

<variable name="texture_quality_vehicles" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_weapons" value="low" />

<variable name="texture_quality_weapons_third" value="low" />

</render_settings>

</render_config>

15-20 FPS at all times

Could someone please help me either select the best multipliers for over-clocking or something???

Edited by [MAD]Inferno
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well, seriously i think theres nothing you can do against bad performance in GRAW2 with this system.

i respect your decision to wait with upgrading your system till you're sure the game is worth it, cause i know that many publishers releasing undone and buggy piece of software lately.

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What do I not meet? :wall:

Minimum System Requirements:

Processor: Intel or AMD, 2 GHz

Operating System: Windows XP/Vista

Memory: 1024 MB RAM

Disk Space: 2 GB

Graphics Card: 128 MB DX9.0c compatible card,

GeForce 6200 or higher

Radeon 9700 or higher

Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible

DVD-ROM drive : x2 read speed

DirectX Version: 9.0c

Network: High-speed modem with 128 Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a client, 512Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a server on a full game.

Recommended Configuration:

Processor: Intel or AMD 2.8 GHz

Operating System: Windows XP/Vista

Memory: 1024 MB RAM

Disk Space: 2 GB

Graphics Card: 256 MB DX9.0c compatible card,

Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive : x2 read speed

DirectX Version: 9.0c

Network: High-Speed Modem with 128 Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a client, 512Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a server on a full game.

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Inferno' date='Jun 16 2007, 02:32 PM' post='471814']

What do I not meet? :wall:

Minimum System Requirements == You can still play it, but you can't enjoy it!

Recommended Configuration == You can play it pretty well but still not perfect. ("but we were ashamed to write even higher recommendation, cause it would scare our customers.")

You should already know this, its always the same with games!

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