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    Default Assassin's Creed for Inspiron

    Does anybody know the PC requirements for Assassin's Creed? I'm considering buying it for my Inspiron 1420, but I know not the requirements. I've tried googling it, but can't find any results.
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    Default Re: Assassin's Creed for Inspiron

    Expected release date for PC is March 2008. I don't think the 8400M will be able to play that game. Well , at least , Low resolution. So don't get too much hopes on that video card. By march , i think Geforce 8800 will be a lot cheaper ! Rumors of GF 9800? =P
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    It's going to be pretty high I assume.

    I didn't buy gears of war for PC because I heard I couldn't play it on my M90 (has 2500M card which is same as 7900GTX GPU - pumps out about 9k on 3dmark05) with high settings.

    I'm currently playing Assassins Creed on PS3, and it's great game. I'm not sure how XBOX version is though. I have both systems, but got the PS3 because it was getting very dusty
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    Look, if you can run Crysis, then you can run anything else at the same levels if not, higher. Because Crysis can't even run on consoles, period - no power.

    So why the hell wouldn't a console ported game not work on a machine that can run something consoles aren't even powerful enough to?

    Unless they plan to make the PC version revamped with more extreme graphics, although I highly doubt it..

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    Default Re: Assassin's Creed for Inspiron

    well according to this youtube video, you can play Crysis on an M1330 on Low/Medium settings with the NVIDIA 169.01 BETA Drivers.

    So if the 8400M GS on the M1330 can handle Crysis, then similar specs on other laptops should be able to hande Assassins Creed (will not have higher spec requirements than Crysis!).
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    I'm sure you may be able to running at low resolution, and low settings, but what would be the point of playing it without all the good eye candies?

    Like I said, my M90 can play Crysis with medium/high settings at 1200x800, but I want the high/highest settings.
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    Default Re: Assassin's Creed for Inspiron

    Quote Originally Posted by ACHlLLES View Post
    I'm sure you may be able to running at low resolution, and low settings, but what would be the point of playing it without all the good eye candies?

    Like I said, my M90 can play Crysis with medium/high settings at 1200x800, but I want the high/highest settings.
    Isn't that why we build desktops? So we can run everything on high and not have to worry about proprietary outdated hardware that would require a wheelbarrow to move around in a laptop format....

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    Well my M90 was able to play most games out there at high/highest settings until Crysis came along. I like the fact that a laptop being able ot do what it does, plus, laptops are easier to sell when the time comes to switch in my experience.
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    Default Re: Assassin's Creed for Inspiron

    So, according to the youtube video, I could probably run Crysis with my 8400M, and Assassin's Creed as well?

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    Default Re: Assassin's Creed for Inspiron

    Yes, with the NVIDIA 169.01 BETA Drivers (thats what the guy in the youtube vid used). But only on low or medium settings!
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