Im getting The Sims3 for my daughter, and I want to make sure it’ll run well on her computer. I just got this computer for her for christmas, so its new dell desktop http://www.amazon.com/Dell-iO2320-111ELS-Desktop/dp/B005KP7O0Y/
^ yes it would
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Although the processor is only is only 1.6 GHz Pentium (so I assume that it is Pentium 4) those 4 GB of RAM should help a lot and I don’t think that she will have any trouble at all to play Sims 3. I play Sims 2 in a Pentium 4 2,5 GHz and RAM 2,5 GB and works fine.
^ It’s a 2.6 Ghz proc @molona; , not a 1.6 Ghz
I don’t recognize the type though. Maybe a new mobile line from Intel?
Definitely not a P4 though I’d say.
@ScallioXTX Where do you read 2.6?
I copy and paste:
- Processor: 1.6 GHz Pentium
- RAM: 4 GB
- Hard Drive: 750 GB 7200 rpm
500 TB SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM)
this thread is posted all over the internet…
See attachment (:
Hmpf, for a 500TB I’d expect it to rotate at at least 28.800 RPM
@ScallioXTX, so the specifications are in two different places… that’s kind of confusing. It is hard to know which are the real ones. I didn’t get to the bottom of the page because I saw the “more technical details” right under the first data and I clicked there.
Yes HD 4270 is a nice graphics card, you can run SIMS 3 smoothly.
SIMS 3 minimum requirements: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sims_3#Development
Note: the minimum requirements are just that–the bare minimum hardware that can run the game at its lowest settings.
I can’t say I have much faith in the HD 42xx, as it isn’t a very strong gaming card. But, the SIMS games haven’t typically needed the most powerful hardware available either.