christian. wrote:Edit: just got a new video card, 9400GT 512mb. My fps is 30-40.
whats the point of saying it will run if it will run it as a slideshow?
Can I run NBA 2k9?
Pdub wrote:You would be able to play it ok with either of those videocards. I'm not sure how much videocard power is really needed to run the game on maximum. That is what you want, right? To run the game on maximum settings, with moving jerseys and high res crowd? If you aren't worried about playing on maximum settings, then get one of those cards you mentioned. Otherwise, look into buying a videocard separately.
If you want to be able to play other games on your computer that are new, you may have to spend $100 on the videocard alone.
shadowgrin wrote:Quit being a smart arse, at least they are trying to help.
Arget wrote:Well, the seller lets me add a 512MB nVIDIA 8400GS PCI-EX VIDEO CARD for $43. Would I be able to run it then? Also, I'm thinking of expanding the RAM to 6gb.
Or would adding a 512MB GeForce 9400GT DVI/HDCP PCI-EXPRESS VIDEO CARD for $53 be better for gameplay?
NBA 2K9 Settings:
MSAA Quality: N/A
All in high settings
Player in Ultra High
nba2k9 2009-06-04 10-56-32-48
Time (ms): 5000
nba2k9 2009-06-04 10-59-50-73
Time (ms): 5000
wicked waway wrote:shadowgrin wrote:Quit being a smart arse, at least they are trying to help.
I wasnt trying to help?! really now?
MSAA quality 2x
Anisotropic Filtering 16x (forced via nvidia CP)
All high (Player detail ultra high)
2009-06-04 00:16:44 - nba2k9
Frames: 2058 - Time: 34412ms - Avg: 59.804 - Min: 57 - Max: 61
2009-06-04 00:22:22 - nba2k9
Frames: 1974 - Time: 29248ms - Avg: 67.491 - Min: 52 - Max: 88
Lord johnny wrote:NVIDIA GEFORCE 7300LE
2.00 GB of ram
pentium r 2.80 ghz
can i run this game?
i think the problem is your video card i think its overheating btw what vc are you using?
dopeboy23 wrote:I'm using GeForce 8600M GT on my laptop. Yeah, it's overheating. Usually when I was checking the temperature with Everest, it was medium to high, but nothing to be worried about. I just checked it with FanGUI, and it's definetely way too high. Any idea how could I solve it, at least while I buy an external cooler or do something like that? I can't afford to do anything else now, since my studies start in 2 weeks and I'll need my laptop there.
EDIT I already had the latest BIOS and manually setting fan speed to high doesn't help.
What's the brand of your laptop? If it's HP, you're fucked.
Know what is exactly the thing that is overheating, GPU or CPU?
MadLaker wrote:my friend has a intel 4; 2,66, single core, 1gb ram and an old graph.card. since there's only a agp (not a pci-e) he's think of buying a hd3850.
will he be able to play nba 2k9? (on what settings) should he double he's ram as well?
can some1 speculate, what will be requirments for 2k10?
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