Questions about PC version


#1

Hi everyone, I have few questions about it and would appreciate it if someone can help. When I first saw a video of it on youtube, I thought someone pirate it, lol

I live in London and I know few streetfighter players and we normally go to this place called “GamersBase” to play. Unfortunately that place is now getting very crowded and I’m concerned that we might not be able to rely on that venue anymore.

So I was thinking download the PC version and play it on my laptop so that way I can carry it around and just play at anywhere with a power socket. My laptop is Dell Latitude D630. The specs are:
Can someone tell me if thats sufficient?

Price as reviewed/starting price $1,913 / $899
Processor 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7300
Chipset Mobile Intel GM965 Express
Memory 2GB of 667MHz
Hard drive 120GB at 5,400rpm
Graphics Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 (integrated)
Operating system Windows XP Professional
Dimensions (LWH) 13.3 x 9.3 (10.3 with extended battery) x 1.3 inches
Screen size (diagonal) 14.1 inches
System weight/weight with AC adapter
5.8 / 6.7 pounds


#2

Try CanYouRunIthttp://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/intro.aspx on your laptop
From what it looks like you might have a problem with your graphics card and perhaps your RAM


#3

From googling around a bit, it seems your graphics card (X3100) might be able to run the game at 60 fps, but only at the lowest (seriously ugly) settings, and then probably not completely constant.


#4

you could try the vanilla benchmark (same engine as ae). should still be available to download, just try google.


#5

I’ve actually found that AE runs a little smoother than vanilla on the same hardware.


#6

I used to have the same laptop as yours. I wasn’t able to run AE PC on it at all. (Same exact specs as well.)


#7

Here is my spec
Quadcore processor
4Gig RAM
500Gig HDD
Graphics: INTEL Multimedia HD
Windows 7

Now with all the juice it runs AE on 50FPS at the LOWEST setting. pls dont use intel chipset for gaming it sucks.


#8

That’s kind of a steep price for a laptop with those specs.

For $1,700USD, you can get a laptop with these specs:
i7 2nd Gen HyperThreaded Quad Core
12GB Ram
NVidia GTX 570M Graphics Card
3GB DDR
1TB HD
Screen size 15"


#9

http://file.4gamer.net/demo/StreetFighterIV_Benchmark.zip

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#10

Th

thank you so much for the software and I just tried, oh boooooy. It was slow as a 100 years old man walking. Never mind, I need a better computer. I’m sure sf3s should be fine though