ram85

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i have inno 3d 8600 gt 1gb ddr2, i installed last time ARMA 2, the vga takes high resolution and quality the game, but when i begin play, its lagging, whats the problem??
 
Yes, please post your full system specs including the resolution you play at.

Based on my interpretation of what you posted above, 'the vga takes high resolution and quality the game', I would venture to guess you are asking to much from your 8600gt.

Looking at ARMA 2's System Requirements we see that you require a minimum of a nVidia 7800 or ATI 1800 class card, with an 8800gt or 4850 recommended.
Your current 8600gt is Slightly Slower than the minimum required for this game.
Try leaving the resolution at your monitor's native and dropping all the graphics quality settings to their minimum.
Other than getting a better suited GPU, this is the best way to make the game playable.
 

ram85

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ok thx for the reply, now tell me. how come in operation flashpoint dragon rising, the game ran smoothly with high resolution??? and the system requirements is quad core with 8800 gtx recommended....
 
Operation Flashpoint Dragon Rising uses a different game engine that is either simpler or more scalable.
It only requires a 7600GT, which is quite a bit less powerful than a 7800 series card, and recommends the same 8800GT as ARMA 2.
Just because one game runs fine on your system does not mean they all will.
If you would like to have a better experience, you should consider upgrading to a newer, more powerful, GPU.
 

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Meh, get a new system. Arma 2 doesn't even run good on my computer, I got a quad core 9550 @ 4.0ghz and its water cooled, I have one 5870 Ati card, 4Ghz of ram, raid 0 raptor drives, evga790i ultra sli motherboard, yet my game doesnt even run at high settings. Get a new computer.