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Solved: COD 5 World at War runs incredibly slowly when my comp specs meets requiremen

Discussion in 'Games' started by kieranvyas, Jan 6, 2011.

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  1. kieranvyas

    kieranvyas Thread Starter

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    When i start a solo game on Call of Duty : World at War, it runs incredibly slowly. Its fully functional except everything seems to work in slow motion.

    canyourunit.com tells me that my computer more than comfortably meets the requirements for the game.

    I have 4GB RAM
    ati radeon hd 3200 graphics card

    thanks
     
  2. Irukku

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    HD 3200? Is that a notebook? :)

    I don't believe that video card can handle COD 5. It's low end.
     
  3. satanicguardian

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    The AMD ATI Radeon (Mobility) HD 3200 is an onboard (shared Memory) graphics chip (on the RS780M chipset). It is based on the HD 2400 graphics core and features the UVD video engine to decode HD videos

    :( sorry mate, graphics chip, CYRI its probably saying you can run it because it detects the chip using shared ram (your 4GB actual ram) gfx chips have very low processing power and your cpu can't handle COD graphics :(
     
  4. kieranvyas

    kieranvyas Thread Starter

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    ahhhh :( i was beginning to think as much :(
    thank you very much for your response!!
     
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