Call of Duty 4 computer Video Card?

Call of Duty 4 computer Video Card? Topic: Dell inspiron 530 case specs
June 17, 2019 / By Corey
Question: hey, i want to buy call of duty 4 for my computer but when i downloaded the demo, it said my video card was not good enough... Here are my stats or whatever: 3 gigs of ram intel core 2 quad processor 2.40 ghz i have not changed my video card since i have bought it, i have a dell inspiron 530. Which video card should i buy that would match with my computer and call of duty? thanks
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Arthur Arthur | 1 day ago
depends on how much ur willing to pay in the beginning i had a nvidia 8600gt 512 mb and i cud play the game at mid settings with the highest resolution later i got a 9600gt 512 mb and i cud play the game with ALL settings maxed out and it's a smoooooth ride :D btw my specs are almost the same as urs except u hav a better processor than me, so it shud play better in ur case... and if u hav alota money then i'd recommend the 8800 gts or gtx, but that's if ur looking for the absolute best graphics available, but the 9600 gt is cheaper and it's still good value for ur money and it can play any current "next gen" pc game smoothly and looking great garunteed ... hope that helps
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Arthur Originally Answered: My custom built computer will turn on, but no video will go to the screen?
Try this first. Remove Video Card from the computer. Power it on and hear if it beeps. Beeping will give you a good idea of wat is happening... If not then proceed. Put in the bare required components for a computer to work. I suggest you disconnect everything from the computer and only leave the processor with heat sink and fan connected, 1 Memory in slot, Power supply for power, Disconnect Hard drive and cd-rom, and insert the Video card. Make sure all wires for power are connected. Remove additional PCI card and only leave the bare minimum for a computer to function. Things for a computer to work: 1. Power supply 2. Memory 3. Video Card 4. Processor 5. Fans 6.MOtherboard Hope it helps
Arthur Originally Answered: My custom built computer will turn on, but no video will go to the screen?
hi luke, now there is no reason to kill yourself so let's not go there okay. i find that when you computer is set in a place and you change it or move it things just do not work as well so your motherboard might have went out. that is where i am putting my money. sorry that you are pressed with this kind of problem what i suggest is to take your tower to a computer repairman and have him test the motherboard or the video cards then it will work again in the new case. he will have a better setup to diagnose your problem and everything should work. just let him find out if anything went bad and he will tell you how much he can fix it for you. and whenever anything goes wrong and you are frustrated keep a stiff upper lip and deal with it then find the best solution and go with it. i hate to leave you in this kind of situation but i have done all i can. so good luck hope i was helpful to you

Uriella Uriella
Just get a card that's at least equivalent to or better than the one in the minimum specs if you don't really care how the game looks. If you want the game to look decent and not lag under intense graphical conditions then get a card at least equivalent to or better than the one in the recommended specs. “Recommended Specs” CPU: 2.4 GHz dual core or better is recommended RAM: 1GB for XP; 2GB for Vista is recommended Harddrive: 8GB of free hard drive space Video card: 3.0 Shader Support recommended. Nvidia Geforce 7800 or better or ATI Radeon X1800 or better “Required (min) Specs” CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 2.4 GHz or AMD(R) Athlon(TM) 64 2800+ processor or any 1.8Ghz Dual Core Processor or better supported RAM: 512MB RAM (768MB for Windows Vista) Harddrive: 8GB of free hard drive space Video card (generic): NVIDIA(R) Geforce(TM) 6600 or better or ATI(R) Radeon(R) 9800Pro or better
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Scarlet Scarlet
make sensible you've as a lot as date your video driver on your pictures card. also dont ignore to replace your Direct X. If that doesnt artwork make sensible you've the present CoD4 patch it quite is version a million.4. if that doesnt artwork it must be that your pictures card isn't any strong to play the game and also you should opt to purchase a better proper one.
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Scarlet Originally Answered: How to fix my computer from lagging and video/sound from lagging and stuttering?
Try using a different set of speakers. (pretty easy test) If the problem still exists, try a different sound card. (cheap to replace). Adding more RAM (memory sticks inside) could help. If you are listening to music online, make sure you aren't downloading anything else while you are doing it, and that other people aren't downloading if there are multiple computers hooked up to the internet. Don't jump right to the "IT"S A VIRUS" answer that is popular with people that don't even know what a virus is. If it was a virus, your hard drive would be full. All a virus does is replicate itself to take up disk space. Period.. that is it, nothing else. If you really really really want to be sure you don't have MALWARE.. (trojan, key logger, spyware, worm) also run CCleaner. Between your antivirus, malwarebytes and ccleaner, those will catch pretty much anything that could be infecting your computer, if they say your computer is clean, it IS CLEAN. Do a disk defrag, take your music and video files off your pc and put them on dvds. A really simple way to look at this is.. if you want a Coke, is it faster to go to the refrigerator and get one, or walk to the supermarket, search through all the aisles, find Coke, then bring it home and drink it? A hard drive is quite similar, the shorter the distance it has to go to look for the info you need, the faster it is. After you take the junk and stuff off the disk, defragment it. (compacts the files and free space so the computer doesn't have to go looking for bits and pieces of files all over the place) I've listed these in the order you should check, first to last. Always troubleshoot the easiest and cheapest solutions first. That way, you don't spend $75 or so to have a non-existant virus removed, when it was just a piece of debris inside your speaker case, vibrating against the case and the actual speaker. BTW, if you play your music loud, this can cause that diaphragm to tear or stretch, which of course will distort the sound.

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