Starcraft 2 graphic capability Ati Radeon hd4250 & AMD Phenom II X4

Idontknowseriously

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Hello, uhhh quick question to the community... can my new computer im going to pick this friday run sc2. well i know it can but how high? heres a link to the computer and i guess most of the specs
http://www.frys.com/product/6661994?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG
if you guys can please someone let me known soon, because i want to know if i should buy this computer before friday or just to buy something better, i got a raincheck also so im going to be paying 400$ instead of 550$ and the employee i was talking to said it was a really good price for what im getting. so yeah sorry for the bad grammar and everything im just feeling lazy today :) , so yeah HELP ME SOMEONE PLEASEEE :D
 

joe_newbuilder

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Almost.
I had a system very similar, it had an 880g but an athlon II x2 processor. Basically SC2 even on all the lowest settings was ALMOST playable. The problem is on larger boards the frame rate could drop below 12. This held true even if I dropped to a resolution od 1024x768

You will need some kind of discreet graphics card to make sure that you get enough fps out of it. I went all the to a 5750, which is overkill ( I can run everything on ultra)

You will enjoy the game much more if you can get a separate card, though many of the missions will play just fine.

 

joe_newbuilder

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Pepe,

If you read the system specs this IS the integrated solution. It is the 4250 that runs off the 880g shipset
 

pepe2907

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Joe, if you read what I am writing you'd notice I mentioned integrated in the processor graphics - like in Llano and SB :)
And I am not guilty that your new found cheap great deal can't run last games in highest resolution, on max settings and at at least 120 Hz. It just doesn't happen.
And this "bargain" is a complete BS, it's just money for nothing. Not for what do you want it for anyway. And I personally, am helping you to avoid it.
 

joe_newbuilder

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Well that is the system, or close to it that I was running. I would think the new Llano processors should run SCII just fine.

For the setup he is getting it seems that he would want an separate graphics card. ( at least that was my experience)

I agree that it is not actually a 'bargain' but at $400 seems pretty decent since it already comes with a copy of windows and a warranty. Since the day passed hopefully the OP found a system that will run SCII just a bit more acceptably.
 

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