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Fudge Jan 29 @ 4:24am
Specs
I'm not the smartest guy when it comes to what my pc can handle and what it can't. So I'd like to ask someone out there that knows better than me. Will my AMD A6-5200 APU with radeon HD Graphics 2.00Gz proccessor handle this game, and well. I don't mind 30 frames but I dont want anything lower. If you need more info post below. Thank you so much. (and btw, I can run Fallout nv on high settings alright, I keep it on medium settings so I get more frames)
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tejmasterelec Jan 29 @ 4:58am 
I'm runing a A8 5500 with an AMD Radeon HD 6670 at 1440x900 by 5 ms response time monitor and get good frames for a while, but it still tends to go up and down depending on the fights, "60 to below 30". I still enjkoy the game, but let the gpu and cpu's cool of often by just letting it set idle for a while. Fraps says I average like 60 fps and I turn it off and any other background programs with the amd suite.
Fudge Jan 29 @ 5:11am 
Originally posted by tejmasterelec:
I'm runing a A8 5500 with an AMD Radeon HD 6670 at 1440x900 by 5 ms response time monitor and get good frames for a while, but it still tends to go up and down depending on the fights, "60 to below 30". I still enjkoy the game, but let the gpu and cpu's cool of often by just letting it set idle for a while. Fraps says I average like 60 fps and I turn it off and any other background programs with the amd suite.
Sorry for the follow up (Im in the stone age PC wise, I just moved to a good one recently) But What settings do you play yours on? And should I be able to run it at, atleast, a steady 30 fps?
tejmasterelec Jan 29 @ 8:03pm 
Hope this helps and Toms Hardware has some great forums to help you understand the terminology and equipement that computers have to offer and the game play. I play Borderlands 1 on moderate to high settings and get an average frames per second of about 45 to 60 depending on the fight. The CPU you have is just under the one I am running and should be able to play Borderlands 1 Okay, but expect the frame rate to drop in major battles.
Monlife Jan 30 @ 3:53am 
You should be able to handle Boderlands 1 fine. I recommend playing on medium graphic detail to prevent FPS loss during major fights,explosions ect. Have fun ;)
Fudge Jan 30 @ 5:38am 
Originally posted by Monlife:
You should be able to handle Boderlands 1 fine. I recommend playing on medium graphic detail to prevent FPS loss during major fights,explosions ect. Have fun ;)


Originally posted by tejmasterelec:
Hope this helps and Toms Hardware has some great forums to help you understand the terminology and equipement that computers have to offer and the game play. I play Borderlands 1 on moderate to high settings and get an average frames per second of about 45 to 60 depending on the fight. The CPU you have is just under the one I am running and should be able to play Borderlands 1 Okay, but expect the frame rate to drop in major battles.
Thanks very much guys! I am playing borderlands just fine! Frames drop in certain areas and in larger fight, and when looking directly at an open chest. But I am having a blast! Thanks again for helping! And one last question, Is there a way I can convert my PS3 save to my PC, I have 3 pearls I'd like to have on PC.
Monlife Jan 30 @ 6:09am 
Not sure about that :/ due to the fact its a different format to PC however i'm sure there are some coverters you could download and try. Google is your best friend after all :P
Fudge Jan 30 @ 6:39am 
Originally posted by Monlife:
Not sure about that :/ due to the fact its a different format to PC however i'm sure there are some coverters you could download and try. Google is your best friend after all :P
Thanks! I found this program called willow tree that should work!
Monlife Jan 30 @ 7:32am 
Nice one :) good luck!!!!
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