=?Utf-8?B?RkJ4aWlp?= <FBxiii@xxxxxx> wrote in
> I have recently bought a laptop with 1.9ghz Dual Core processor and
> ATI Radeon X1200 graphics card.
> How likely is it I could run a '3d intensive' game on this laptop?
> e.g. Enemy Territory requires a 2.8ghz processor and ATI gfx. Will a
> dual core 1.9 processor still be able to run this?
ET would work, but barely. You surely won't be fragging anyone of basic
skills with it.
I have a similar system, the processor runs at 2.3ghz however, and I can
run Half-Life Source games at low resolution with most extras turned off at
a respectable level.
If you want to game on a laptop invest in a machine with a dedicated video
card instead of an integrated one. Just about everyone makes a "gaming"
laptop, and they usually don't cost that much more than what you got there.
ET's 2.8ghz requirement may refer to single core, a 1.9ghz core 2 duo may
be enough to run the game.
Might check to see what video card is minimum and recommended, lots of
games publish specific ATi and nVidia model numbers. That might help.