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I am wondering with the specs i have for my computer, is it good enough to have descent results in fs2004 with no problems?(after some tweaks)

Pentium 4 2.8 GHZ
512 mb of ram (may update to 1gb)
532 mhz FSB
BFG Nividia Geforce 6200 OC 256mb

PS: I cant add a pcie or agp card cus i only have regular pci slots.

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dme43 Guest

looks excellent Yes
mine is:
Intel (something) 128mb graphics card
intel 1.6 dual core processor
and i get around 20fps with a medium/high setting


anyone else??

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Welshflyer Captain

You should have no problem i run mine with:-
AMD 2800+ Processor
512 RAM
Nvidia Geforce 6800LE Graphics card 128mb

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cheezyflier First Officer

sounds like you guys could offer a tip or two. if you are getting good performance on that, i should probably get better than what i am seeing now. with fs9 i am seeing 15-25 fps with most of the sliders to the right. i have:
dell dim 2400
pentium 4 2.80 ghz
2.79ghz 1gb ddr ram (2x512)
geforce 5500 128 mb (pci slot, not pci-e)

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stealthtemplates Trainee

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+
2GB Kingston Ram
512mb ATI Radeon X1300 pro super
Logitech G15 keyboard
Logitech MX518 mouse
Logitech X530 speakers 5.1
17" LG LCD Monitor
Abit KN8

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