[Novalug] [OT] cheap gaming (L4D2) system?
greg at pryzby.org
Thu Feb 18 21:08:08 EST 2010
I have a used Dell that has the CPU (I think) speed (not sure on core) and
RAM, the video card is the question.
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 9:01 PM, Jay Hart <jhart at kevla.org> wrote:
> If a cheap solution for you would be $250, then Microcenter probably has a
> for you.
> > My son really wants to play left for dead 2. Of course it requires a PC,
> > which we don't have. So I am looking for a CHEAP solution.
> > The Wine stuff for Mac or Linux doesn't work.
> > I have an old Dell, but it has MoBo Intel graphics and I don't know if
> > will work. Don't want to break the seal until we know for sure.
> > Is there 'a good way' to test a system to see if it would work?
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