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Can my pc run mw2 at high or full settings ?

fearitzfizz

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INTEL CORE 2 DUO P7350 2.0GHz PROCESSOR
15.6" WXGA LCD DISPLAY - LCD Dcreen Broken
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M 1GB GDDR3 GRAPHICS
INTEGRATED WEB CAMERA
4GB DDR2 RAM
320GB HDD
8X DVD±RW DL SUPER MULTI DRIVE
MULTI-IN-1 MEDIA CARD READER
INTEL WIFI 802.11 a/g/n
1 x IEEE 1394 FireWire Port
1 x Express Card Slot
4 x USB 2.0 Ports
1 x VGA
1 x HDMI
1 x eSATA
Line-out for External Speakers/Headphone
External Microphone jack
 

NoSoup4You

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I would think you'll be fine on High, not sure about Ultra. Regardless, it will look good.
 
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I have a desktop with very similar specs (2.2gh core 2 and 9800GT). Are you outputting to an external monitor??
I can play on high at 1440x900 with no problem for MW2, but if you are running at a higher resolution you might have to lower some settings. If you are running at the native resolution of the laptop for sure you should be fine.
The only game in the series I had a problem with was Black Ops. I think that game requires a lot of CPU power. I think I am CPU limited in a lot of games now, since the CPU requirements keep creeping up, probably due to bad porting from consoles.
 

Rifter

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Should be ok, MW2 is not a super HQ graphics game. But remember that the 2.0Ghz CPU is fairly weak and the 260m isnt a 260 full size card so you might get slowdowns where you dont get 45-60FPS steady. I also see no hard wired connection listed so multiplayer lags/slowdowns could be due to using wireless.
 

Anneka

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also there is the site "canyourunit" or something.
They are very accurate when it comes to there sort of things
 

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