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san4os
07-01-10, 05:14 AM
Hello, guys!!!
I like horror games! (but its does not matter)
I know that I can play in Resident Evil 5 with 3d effect!
I have NVIDIA GeForce 9600 at home.
so the question is: can I play in RE with 3d effect on my graphic card ????
thank you!

Vincentx77
07-01-10, 06:08 AM
Well, for anyone to tell you whether or not you can run the game based on your system specs, you would have to give them more information about your computer. CPU type and speed, as well as RAM will play an important factor. The best answer I can give you at the moment is 'probably'. You have an older graphics card, so you certainly won't be playing at 1080p. At 1024x768 or maybe 1280x1024, you can probably get away with it. I don't ever recall seeing that game benchmarked on that card, so I'm guessing here. Of course, I'm also assuming you have at least an Athlon X2 or better, and a decent amount of memory.
~Cheers.

san4os
07-02-10, 02:25 AM
Hello!
well...
I have:
- RAM 2 Gb 800Mhz
- AMD Athlon 6000+ x64
- monitor LCD'22 60Mhz 1920x1080

are this parameters good ???

saturnotaku
07-02-10, 05:24 AM
Hello!
well...
I have:
- RAM 2 Gb 800Mhz
- AMD Athlon 6000+ x64
- monitor LCD'22 60Mhz 1920x1080

are this parameters good ???

Not even close. For an ideal 3D experience, a 120 Hz monitor and NVIDIA's 3D Vision glasses are required. Then you would have to upgrade pretty much every other part of your system, which would mean a quad-core CPU, 4 GB RAM, and a GeForce GTX 465 or GTX 470.

jeffmd
07-02-10, 12:18 PM
yea not sure what 3d effect you were going for, but if its not using lcd glasses and a capable 3d monitor, it isn't worth going for. Also expect frame rates to drop %50 from the non 3d mode, not sure how re5 runs normaly, but it will now have to split half those frames between each eye.