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Discussion in 'Gaming PC' started by Aaddron, May 11, 2008.
lol I agree, it's a great tool.
It would be great to use this on all free mmos because I get ahold of a few that cause problems on my PC.
Yeah, they would definitely get used more if they opened up to Free MMORPGS.
hmmm... not sure about this, i did the Supreme Commander test, and my computer passed, and this is a game that is supposedly (according to Extremetech) very computer-intensive, and mine is 2 years old, and when my parents bought it, it was a budget Â£300 system!
It happens... it's not 100%, sometimes it misreads things when it checks you computer.
Thanks for the site cause i don't know about things like ram and things like that.
No problem, it defiantly a good tool if you don't know a ton about computer components, it might help you learn a little too
The site still works. We could probably use this for Ogre Game Time.
rly nice site but i prefer game debate
Game debate about what?
what about that ActiveX component?
Can u run it is almost never right for me it said i couldn't play halo but i could lol
It's not suppose to be 100% right, it's not possible to test every combination of hardware with every game. It's suppose to give you an idea if the game will run or not. If it's a good rating the game will run fine, if it says it won't run then typically it either won't or won't run well.
If the game doesn't have a demo it's one of the easier ways of getting an idea if the game will work or not and how well before buying it.
it worked for me!
i dont want to download that ActiveX component!
is it safe?
It's perfectly fine.
ok then,i will try it out
Its not 100% right,but its close you know so for me it sucks. i just read system requirements for game and test it out.
Thank u fot this post,helped alot
Nice, I didn't even know this existed