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kevinps62

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I just ordered my first PC game (Medal of Honor: Allied Assault)and controller and am totally clueless if I have the right components and system (i.e. video card, memory, processor) to make it work right. I have an IBM, Celeron Processor, 366 Mh, 384 Mb RAM, with S3 Inc. Trio3D video card, or so my computer says. Will this allow me to get optimal play? Or do I need to add a video card? Thanks.
 
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I'm not sure of the specs on your video card, but you would want one with at least 16MB of RAM and 32MB would be much better! Not just for games, but all around computer use. It makes staring at the screen that much more enjoyable with better graphics, color, and resolution!

Everything else should be fine!
 
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There are no minimum specs, your processor will be on the minimum of the spec I assume. Your video card is going to hurt you. But without system requirements it's hard to say.

If your video card supports the game you will be able to play, but with all the bells and whistles disabled to keep a decent frame rate.
 
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