Its ok if you dont mind to tonne down the graphics.
I would personally go for a little more juice…
Best bang for the buck is usually the radeon cards, they go for:
4670 - 70$
4830 - 85-90$
4850 - 100-110$
The 4850 is a great card for the money and I think it can run SFIV flawlessly.
thx for your replies. Seems like the opinions differs a lot from one to another. I don’t mind toning the graphic details down, with medium settings, I’ll be very happy since I want to pratice SFIV and not play for playing so I don’t really mind the graphics as long as it’s not to low. I do get this computer refurbished for pretty cheap I think, US$290 without the monitor shipped to my house.
-Expansion Slots: 1x PCI Express x16 (used by video card), 1x PCI Express x4, 2x PCI
-Storage: SATA 3Gbit/sec Hard Drives
(taken from Wiki)
Of those, I can imagine they’re using the E6400 (2.1ghz, two cores), and the 7300GS is the best card on that list. The big difference, I feel, is that the game does run with no background processes, and is built specifically for the hardware it runs on, so drive quality and just general quality of the card you have are going to determine what you run. I’d love to see the actual arcade specs for the cab though, didn’t really find much through google…