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Gta 4

Discussion in 'Games' started by qqsachin, Dec 31, 2010.

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  1. qqsachin

    qqsachin Thread Starter

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    Hey techsupport guy..
    I recently brought a new XFX gt 240....2gigs of ram and core2duo processor.
    But BSOD kept showing up and the person who came to fix it took away 1gig of ram.
    he told me that the performance of the card and the processor doesnt match....he said that I would eventually ve some problems...Do u think I can run gta 4 ON IT ???MEDIUM SETTINGS?

    Pls commnt...
     
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    Can You Run It? is great at showing you what games your current computer hardware can handle.
     
  3. Courtneyc

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    Hopefully, the guy who came and fixed it took the RAM out, not took it away. I would look elsewhere because "the performance of the card and the processor doesn't match" doesn't make sense.

    Since you didn't tell us the specifications of your system, we can't begin to answer your questions, but you might want to start by following TheShooter93's advice.
     
  4. qqsachin

    qqsachin Thread Starter

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    My board is D946GzTS,had 2gb of ram....XFX GT 240 1Gb DDR3,Core 2 duo processor E6600....
    Pls Comment...
     
  5. techhoney

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    If you are running the game on windows 7 you try can some backward compatibility like windows vista or windows xp.It will work sometimes.
     
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