Fallout 3 running on a Low End System.
Processor: AMD Athlon 1.6 Ghz
System RAM: 768 MB DDR1 (1x512 + 1x256) @ 333 Mhz
System Board: Asus A7N266-VM
Video Card: GeForce 6200 - 512 MB DDR2 @ AGP 4X
This is below the official minimum requirements which are:
Processor: Dual Core 2.4 Ghz
System Memory: 1 GB
Video Card: GeForce 6800
Resolution is 800x600 and every graphic option is set to the minimum except for the texture size, which is medium because otherwise I could not read some signs and texts.
The frame rate is a little bit better than what you see in the video. This is because the video capturing software that I used takes some system resources and the game starts dropping some frames.
In this video, the audio is out of sync, but this is because the video capturing software is not working properly. Audio works OK in the game.
im running this with medium settings on a Quad Core AMD A4-5000 HD Proccessor, with 16gb ram, 1.5ghz at about 20-30fps with 8 mods installed, only 1 visual mod. its all really based on your hertz and your graphics card, and @Ricky Nelson you probably could not since you would need more power going to your CPU in order to play this game efficiently
slow ass pc mine is:
Processor- Intel (R) Pentium (R) D dual core 3.40 GHz
Ram- 4gb ddr3 1600 MHz
Graphics Card- Evag GeForce gt 610 4gb gddr3 ram (graphics ram)
now this is a decent pc custome built oh ya stock- Dell Optiplex 745 motherboard.
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can you tell me if its any good
o and the game of the year version is heavier in image requirements?
and could i download mods to it?(i have the 360 version but im downloading this one so i can have fun with mods and my 360 vesion will be for me have fun with the story and gaining the achievements, and of course discovering more andd more of the wasteland).
@TheXboxDoctor don't use "can i run it" because is a crappy site,to check,that can your PC run a game,just download and install this game and try to run it,really,"can i run it" saying,that i can't play BF2,but i can play this pretty good on my PC
@TheXboxDoctor i should have prolly mentioned that if it's questionable to check pass mark for cpu/gpu benches and ati/nvidia for the video card specs (shaders, direct x version ect..). pc gaming is not for the weak minded though. this stuff is simple but there are always going to be the few who don't have a clue. that's where the cunyourunit comes in.
that might be why my old rig wouldn't run crysis as i think it should... no bacon grease...
@TheXboxDoctor it is right most of the time. sometimes the recomendations are incorrect. i have aathlon II x3 450 and it told me to upgrade to what was a slower cpu. anyway i doubt most will see this. i thought it was funny personally
@ATLMember so if i have a good video card like nvidia 8800 and a processor intel core duo is enough to run this game? ah and 2gb ram can run this game easyly too (sorry about my bad english im lot of nervous because i dont want buy a expensive pc and see that fallout 3 cant run on it ) : )
Please someone help I don't kno where else to go where I don't need to be a member but my computer is a Dell dimension 8400 CPU is pentium 4 3.0 ghz hard drive 80 gig Sara memory is 2 gig ddr2 operating system is windows xp home sp3 with updates modem 56k modem sound max and video card is a Radeon x300 series will this game work please answer if u can
im going to be playing on a system with
1.73 ghz centrino duo clocked at 2.01ghz
1gb ddr3 ram
128mb geforce 7300
and a shit board i wont even look the name up for... i believe my specs should run the game a bit better then yours, tho i could do with more ram.
@marfg12345 i used to had a x1550, 20 dollars graphics card...
I installed fallout 3, and all i can say is that it is unplayable even with extra low settings.
It will get you 20 or 10 to 30, and lagg a lot when you face like 5 people.
I have a eah 5750 and a 4 cores I5 processor, i can run the game at 1920 x 1800 and everything at ultra @t 60fps.
The eah 5750 is cheap ;), and cooler than the HD5750 to make it OC, it also has a formula 1 design!
hi, i think you heard of upcoming game fallout new vegas, it has very similiar, ithink the saqme graphics like this game... will i be able to run it on low with no lag'
Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2GHz
ati radeon x1550 512 mb(im gonna buy an HD series)
please reply i subed you
@zac91earthlink hey no problem i recently change my card to a gt240 its decent but i can play fallout 3 oblivion cod mw2 and other games maxed out with like 60-45 fps so changing the card is very helpful. btw last thing idk if u can change the video card on a laptop u might, give it a try :D
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