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If you want to know if your computer is good for running a game, a wicked meter type thing is at http://www.srtest.com/referrer/srtest . It does a anlysis on your computer and says percisely how good your computer is for that game, and what (if any) you need to improve on. It has a pretty wide variety of games to compare your computer to.
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This program is really cool guys.
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Yeah its been around for a while, however I don't think it is very accurate. It says my rig can run every game at recommended settings, which is definitely not true.
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Lol trust me its accurate, it just doesnt read Hardrive speed, and it goes by the actual recommended settings specified by the developers. So if it lies its not the sites fault, its the dev's fault. and so therefore its more accurate than anything else out there.
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Lol trust me its accurate, it just doesnt read Hardrive speed, and it goes by the actual recommended settings specified by the developers. So if it lies its not the sites fault, its the dev's fault. and so therefore its more accurate than anything else out there.
hoo-wah! take that wudaddy.
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Yeah okay, just watch my PC run FEAR on Maximum...lol. I'll have toast for breakfast.
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Yeah okay, just watch my PC run FEAR on Maximum...lol. I'll have toast for breakfast.
I think this test sees if you can play it at all, as in Low/Medium settings. You could definately play fear at low.
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It basically just compares your specs to the same minimum and recommended specs that appear on the game box itself, good for lazy people.
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