How well could I run Borderlands with my PC?

How well would I run Borderlands?

  • High with 1280px width (even with AA and Anisotropic off)

  • med with 1280px width (even with AA and Anisotropic off)

  • High with even lower resolution (even with AA and Anisotropic off)

  • med with even lower resolution (even with AA and Anisotropic off)

  • EVEN WORSE!!

  • EVEN BETTER!!!


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wARLORD246810

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Manufacturer: Intel, I guess
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2180 @ 2.00GHz (2 CPUs)
Memory: 2GB RAM
Hard Drive: 410 GB Total
Video Card: PALIT GeForce 9800 GT 1GB
Operating System: Windows XP Professional
ntel DG31PR

In what resolution and detail settings?
DO u think my CPU will be too much of a bottleneck for the game?
PLEASE AND THANK U!!!

P.S. I knw I have a smilar most(concentrated on batman arkman asylum) but I really wanna buy them both soon!
 

JSt0rm

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dude its a console port. I swear I'm not upgrading my pc till a new console comes out because its not being pushed.

I'm running a x2 4200 939 chipset with a 4890 (my 8800gts 640 died) and I max everything! 1680x1050
 

WildW

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So long as you turn dynamic shadows off, high settings will be no problem.

A full 9800GTX with not too many more shaders will happily do high at 1920x1200 in my experience.
 

McRhea

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My girlfriend plays Borderlands on my old AMD 3700+, 8800GT 512MB video card, 2 gigs of ram, Win7.

Seems to run just fine at 1280x1024, High textures, Medium Details? (can't remember exactly), Low grass density, dynamic shadows, no AA, AF 8, bloom/blur turned off (she doesn't like that stuff). It still looks really nice and plays just fine.

The CPU is def the bottleneck in that system, even with a 400Mhz overclock to the base speed (2.2ghz base, 2.6ghz overclocked), but even so it runs most games at High just fine as long as I don't turn on any AA.