#1
Hi guys,
recently recieved a free replacement for my HP laptop which i unfortunately broke, anyways i was wondering if this new computer would fair well with a little bit of Halo? I haven't got any Pro Tools or Cubase monster programmes on here, it's virtually bare.

So please do ignore my crappy pc knowledge, if you know anything about this model or brand, will it fair better with a game or two at a low-medium graphics quality?

cheers

oh and by the way it's not a custom made model it's just the factory standard model
here's some specs
•MemoryDR2, 800MHz, Two slots up to 4GB4
•Chipset:Intel® 45 Express chipset
•Graphics:Mobile Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500MHD
•Display:15.6-inch HD with Anti-Glare, HD with TrueLife
•Hard Disk:5400RPM up to 320GB
•Optical Drives:8X DVD+/-RW, Or no optical
•Multimedia
Gear -

Gibson 1967 flying V (cherry)!

Marshall JCM2000 half stack

Boss SD-1

Check out my Metal band KickFist at www.myspace.com/Kickfist
Last edited by EddyRE:action at Oct 28, 2009,
#2
Some specs would be useful.

EDIT: Also that vv



stratkat
Last edited by EuBoat at Oct 28, 2009,
#3
Halo 3 isn't on PC
all I ever wanted was to pick apart the day
put the pieces back together my way
#4
Quote by mattman93
Halo 3 isn't on PC

It's already been announced.
And I don't suggest a Dell for gaming. I have one and the strongest game I can play is Crysis on lowest settings.
#6
Oh Halo 2 then yes you should be fine.
all I ever wanted was to pick apart the day
put the pieces back together my way
#8
yeah i remember buying crysis for my old HP, I'd rather forget that experiance but unfortunately it happened on the day i sore Maiden for the first time so it's kind of hard not too!
Gear -

Gibson 1967 flying V (cherry)!

Marshall JCM2000 half stack

Boss SD-1

Check out my Metal band KickFist at www.myspace.com/Kickfist