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Discussion in 'Call of Duty 2 :' started by Ming, Jul 16, 2007.

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  1. Ming

    Ming Ex Clan Member

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    I have a 17 inch TFT monitor and have my resolution for gaming set at 1024 x 768. Does anybody know what advantages there are to having a higher resolution? or indeed a lower one?
     
  2. Ragger

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    have you tried upping it up to 1280 - 1024, it will push your graphics card a bit more.you want to use the highest resolution your system can handle and still get smooth game play.
     
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  3. Ragger

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    fpmao tally, :biglaugh:
     
  4. Steelmonkey

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    you laugh thats what i got mine on lol
     
  5. FlatLiner

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    your monster is in progress
     
  6. Ming

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    Hardy ha ha......lol.... As it happens I'm expecting delivery of a 6800gt card which is about as much as my weedy, 300 watt psu can handle. Hopefully it will be an improvement on my asthmatic 5900 xt.........In lieu of a total upgrade I hope it's ?50 well spent!
     
  7. FlatLiner

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    not a bad card

    what speed is your cpu

    and how much memory do you have
     
  8. B20

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    ok while we are on the subject whats the best for a 19 inch flat????
     
  9. Ming

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    2.0ghz amd athlon 2400+

    1024 ram
     
  10. Ming

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    I'd rather breathe with the gods than share your eggy farts, ground pounder!!:biglaugh::biglaugh:
     
  11. B20

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    well tally m8 we were talking about monitors but compuyer wise what else would be 19 inchs and no not your willy m8 dream on,

    ok put it this way

    some one says 19inch flat mmmmmmmm let me think!!!! could that be a monitor????:arghh:
     
  12. GumBO

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    I play at the same resolution ming,this res have been my preferred since i got my g4ti4600 way back then.

    i could play in 2048X1536 now and i have allso tried it in other games,but its simply too insane even on my 22" monitor.

    i dont even like playing in 1600x1200 tho i have played there 4 a while.
     
  13. FlatLiner

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    you could do with another gig of ram m8ty
     
  14. Ming

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    I did a crucial ram test as I have two available slots with a 512 stick of DDR 3200 in each. The test said I had the maximum amount of ram supported by the manufacturer........could I put in two 1 meg sticks?
     
  15. Madjojo

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    i think you should stretch it as far as you can ming...and hopefully it will slow ya down a bit pmsl!
     
  16. Trigger

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    i think my comp specs sound shite next to ur lots for one i only have a 15" monitor lol
     
  17. Willis1981

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    well i hope u all like my sys specs ;)
     
  18. Ming

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    Hopefully it will make you go cross eyed you fookin botter!!:biglaugh::laugh:
     
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