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Is it possible to run Planetside 2 on Windows 7 32bit with AMD Athlon 64 3000+ @2Ghz and 4Gb Ram, it has 2 cores

Nvidia Geforce gtx 260 

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it will be a stuggle. planetside is heavy on cpu.


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Is it possible to run Planetside 2 on Windows 7 32bit with AMD Athlon 64 3000+ @2Ghz and 4Gb Ram

Planetside 2 definately won't run on a single core cpu.

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No, not very well at all. Even on the lowest settings and resolution this PC would struggle.

 

Planetside 2 is a particularly demanding game.

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Nooo.You're CPU bound.

The GPU might handle it but the CPU...hell no.

I was getting 15 fps on the lowest settings with my old  Athlon x2 5000+.Now I got an 4670k and I'm getting 60fps on high.(with a GTX 560)

You will also encounter crashes because you only have 4GB of RAM because it will surely try to address more memory than that.


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It didn't even run on my old Core 2 Duo at 2.2ghz, I doubt this would run

i heard PS2 devs will fix the CPU scaling issue soon since they are releasing it on PS4


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i heard PS2 devs will fix the CPU scaling issue soon since they are releasing it on PS4

Well that would be good, have not really been up to date with what the Devs are doing with any games..


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Probably. Why are you using windows 32bit on a 64bit machine, is the real question here.

 

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either way ps2 is free, just try it out


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Worth a go, as said it's free.

 

But I seriously doubt it will run on an old CPU like that as it crushes CPUs. My brothers Sandybridge Pentium was brought to it's knees and that is a top end CPU compared to that :P

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Is it possible to run Planetside 2 on Windows 7 32bit with AMD Athlon 64 3000+ @2Ghz and 4Gb Ram, it has 2 cores

Nvidia Geforce gtx 260 

I have a i7 2600 and a GTX 550. I run 1080p LOWEST settings and I get max 20-25 fps in fights.


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Planetside 2 laggs on 4GB of memory, even my i5 gets used 80% by Planetside 2,

 

You can run planetside 2, at 20fps 720 lowest settings probably.  If your willing. 

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Probably. Why are you using windows 32bit on a 64bit machine, is the real question here.

 

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either way ps2 is free, just try it out

its not my pc, its my cousin's pc and he built it, there may be a good reason why he installed win 7 32 bit, the cpu probably doesnt run 64 bit

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You probably can. Just try and install it and launch it. Planetside 2 is hard on the CPU more than GPU. If it can run you'll have to turn everything down to low

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