View Full Version : Will my computer be able to run this game?

Bretonnian Lord
26-12-2007, 02:50
I'm thinking of getting C&C: Tiberium Wars. My computer has a 1800+ AMD Athalon Processor (1.49 ghz), 768 mb of RAM, 128 mb video card, and 47 gb of free space.

Will my computer

A) Be able to run Tiberium Wars
B) IF it can, how fast/well can my computer run it?


26-12-2007, 04:13
Without sounding like a git i'd say - no chance. Check out this site (http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/referrer/srtest), it should tell you if you can run it.

My laptop is an Acer 9300 with an AMD Turion 64 (2.2ghz cpu) with 1.75gb of RAM (2gb officially - don't ask Vista docks some gb for system usage I suppose) and an nVidia gpu with up to 258mb of RAM albeit shared and it will only just run C & C Tiberium Wars at the lowest graphical settings.

Good luck :)

26-12-2007, 08:57
I'm thinking of getting C&C: Tiberium Wars.

Why not download the demo from here (http://www.fileplanet.com/search.aspx?searchtype=2&q=tiberium+wars+demol)?

And I suspect you will be able to run the game without any problems.


Bretonnian Lord
26-12-2007, 14:17
Ah, went onto that site you posted Raven and I failed at processing speed and video card.

And I don't have a fileplanet account so I can't download the demo and see if the "fail" assessment is true.

Guess I'll have to give this game a pass for now. :( Thanks for the help guys!

26-12-2007, 14:40
file planet accounts are free...

26-12-2007, 19:32
Well don't give up on it, try www.gamespot.com for a free demo or just google for one, there are loads of sites out there that host the demo, it may still run but won't be pretty and may well suffer with speed issues, give the demo a go anyway to make sure, then if the demo works buy the game.

I would say though that system requirements lab is usually accurate, especially if you fail the minimum spec test...

26-12-2007, 20:37
I think you'll find the game will run without any problems, ok it may be on the lowest resolution, but it will run.

Bretonnian Lord
27-12-2007, 01:27
I don't want to register for anything though. Already got a ton of spam and junk filling up my email account.:mad:

I'll check out gamespot and some demos. :)

27-12-2007, 06:53
That is why you get a spare email account with say hotmail and use that to sign up for things ;)

27-12-2007, 06:54
Then sign up for the account but don't sign up for the newsletters ;)