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    Which of these two PCs can run ACR and ACB on max or at least high

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    amd athlon II x2 245 2..9 ghz
    6GB ram
    amd radeon 6700 series

    Intel® Core™ i3-2100 3.1GHz Processor
    EVGA GTX 550 Ti OC
    4GB ram DDR3
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    at this point i would maybe say the intel, i have another thread open (dont wanna hijack yours) but i have a much higher end system, and i can barely run the game due to some something not working right
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    Quote Originally Posted by petersami View Post
    at this point i would maybe say the intel, i have another thread open (dont wanna hijack yours) but i have a much higher end system, and i can barely run the game due to some something not working right

    what is the problem?
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    Video cards here are comparable. But this games are really CPU-limited and for some reason especially love Intels Nehalem/Sandybridge (all i3/i5/i7).
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    I wouldnt go for i3 though, even if its high 3.1 GHz processor, the i3 is more of a energysaver option. If you want gaming the i5 works but i7 is preferable.
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    http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/intro.aspx
    There you go. Now just test both computers. (And of course it is free and no virus)
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