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would my netbook run warcraft3

Discussion in 'Games' started by j723n91, Nov 14, 2011.

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  1. j723n91

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    I have an acer aspire one happy netbook.
    The specs are intel atom n570 (1.66ghz dual), Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 3150, 1GB DDR3 memory, 250GB HD, windows 7, etc.

    I was wondering if it was possible to still play warcraft 3. The minimum system requirements for the games are:

    400 MHz Pentium II or equivalent, or a 400 MHz G3 processor or better.

    Warcraft III requires 128 MB of RAM.

    A hard drive with at least 550 MB of free space

    8MB 3D video card (TNT, i810, Voodoo 3, Rage 128 equivalent or better) with DirectX 8.1 support.
    A DirectX-compatible 16-bit sound card is recommended. Warcraft III will work with the built-in sound features of the Mac OSĀ®.

    would i still be able to play warcraft 3 or dota?
     
  2. tom6049

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    I would be pretty confident that you would be able to play Warcraft III on your netbook.
    Just for fun, I downloaded and tested the Warcraft III demo on my Asus N10E netbook.
    It ran fine and my netbook's N270 CPU is less powerful than your netbook's N570 CPU.
     
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  4. nickgr5

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    I got a ASUS EeePC and it runs perfectly without any issues. Your aspire is a bit more powerful than my eeepc; Warcraft 3 will run fine, no doubt.
     
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