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    AMD Athlon II Dual Core M300 Processor
    2.0 GHZ
    RAM 3GB DDR2

    ATI Radeon HD4200 Graphics Processor

    Will this cope with FM11?

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    15 leagues, 40/50,000 players.

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    Ok cheers nice 1

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    I posted a spec up the other day but I have since been in touch with a mate who builds PC's and has come up with this (the main parts minus power supply, operating system which will be vista i think etc)...

    1 x Mushkin 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666 9-9-9-24 Silverline - 996768
    1 x Asus M4A78LT-M LE AMD 760G (Socket AM3) DDR3 PCI-Express Motherboard
    1 x AMD Phenom II X2 Dual Core 555 3.2GHz Black Edition C3 (Socket AM3) Processor
    1 x Samsung HD103SJ SpinPoint F3 1TB SATA-II 3.5" Hard Drive

    Not sure on the graphics card as it is one he already has but says it works with FM no problem, so presuming the GPU is decent enough, how would this be looking to run FM in terms of leagues etc?

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    Hi All;

    Am going to buy a new PC in the next few weeks and one of the main aspects I think about is how FM will play on it. I basically want to have a feature game, running with all major leagues in Europe, as well as S America, as well as having leagues from Mexico, Chile, etc, Czech Republic, Scandanavian leagues so I have loads of players. I have been looking at a few PCs but am not too computer literate so am non too wise on the specs. would you be able to advise.....I have a couple of the below;

    http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/dell-s...44013-pdt.html

    Processor Intel® Core™ i5-650 Processor
    - 3.2 GHz
    - 2.5 GT/s DMI
    - 4 MB Smart Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
    RAM - 6 GB
    Graphics card ATI Radeon HD 5450
    - 1GB memory
    Screen type None
    Hard drive 1 TB
    Optical disk drive DVD rewriter
    Memory card reader Yes
    USB 8 USB 2.0 ports
    Modem/Ethernet 10/100/1000 Ethernet

    http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/hp-pav...44035-pdt.html

    Processor Intel® Core™ i5-650 Processor
    - 3.2 GHz
    - 4 MB L3 cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
    RAM 6 GB DDR3
    Graphics card ATI Radeon™ HD 5450
    Screen type None
    Hard drive 1 TB SATA
    Optical disk drive DVD writer SATA DVD RAM and Double Layer supporting
    Memory card reader Yes
    USB 8 (2 in front)
    FireWire No

    http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/hp-pav...18419-pdt.html

    Processor AMD Athlon™ II X4 processor 635
    - 2.9 GHz
    - 2 GHz HT
    - 2 MB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    RAM 4 GB DDR3
    Graphics card NVIDIA® GeForce® G210 with PureVideo® HD technology
    up to 2303 MB total available graphics memory, with 512 MB dedicated
    Screen type None
    Hard drive 500 GB SATA 3G Hard Disk Drive (7200 rpm)
    Optical disk drive Blu-ray player & SuperMulti DVD burner with LightScribe Technology
    Memory card reader 6-in-1 memory card reader
    USB 6 USB 2.0 ports (2 in front)


    I will only be interested in the specs with regards to FM, I don't play any other games so it's just purely for FM. Would appreciate your help on this.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldoaufc View Post
    I posted a spec up the other day but I have since been in touch with a mate who builds PC's and has come up with this (the main parts minus power supply, operating system which will be vista i think etc)...

    1 x Mushkin 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666 9-9-9-24 Silverline - 996768
    1 x Asus M4A78LT-M LE AMD 760G (Socket AM3) DDR3 PCI-Express Motherboard
    1 x AMD Phenom II X2 Dual Core 555 3.2GHz Black Edition C3 (Socket AM3) Processor
    1 x Samsung HD103SJ SpinPoint F3 1TB SATA-II 3.5" Hard Drive

    Not sure on the graphics card as it is one he already has but says it works with FM no problem, so presuming the GPU is decent enough, how would this be looking to run FM in terms of leagues etc?
    Weak proccy. 20 leagues. AMD Athlon II X4 635 a better option at the same price. 35 leagues for 635.

    880G would be better than 760G. (Mobo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fallacy View Post
    Hi All;


    I will only be interested in the specs with regards to FM, I don't play any other games so it's just purely for FM. Would appreciate your help on this.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishu View Post
    Weak proccy. 20 leagues. AMD Athlon II X4 635 a better option at the same price. 35 leagues for 635.

    880G would be better than 760G. (Mobo)
    Cool, I usually only really run English and Scotland in full (not Blue Sq etc though), Spain's two divisions and Serie A. May load players from a couple of nations but nothing more as I tend to mainly stick to the British game.

    The decent sized hard drive is handy for my University work and music. For the full thing all together its going to cost £250 so it seems like a decent enough deal. Is it easy enough to upgrade processors in the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldoaufc View Post
    Cool, I usually only really run English and Scotland in full (not Blue Sq etc though), Spain's two divisions and Serie A. May load players from a couple of nations but nothing more as I tend to mainly stick to the British game.

    The decent sized hard drive is handy for my University work and music. For the full thing all together its going to cost £250 so it seems like a decent enough deal. Is it easy enough to upgrade processors in the future?
    Don't understand why you want a less powerfull proccy when a better is available.

    Processors are easy to upgrade but this generation (AM3) is going to be replaced by AM3+/AM4 soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishu View Post
    Don't understand why you want a less powerfull proccy when a better is available.

    Processors are easy to upgrade but this generation (AM3) is going to be replaced by AM3+/AM4 soon.

    Sure, I see what you are saying. Its obviously not that I want a less powerful processor but just really gave the guy instructions to keep the cost as low as possible but good enough to do the stuff I want, which it will! It will not be getting used too much to be honest other than a small game of FM and some University work!

    Cheers for the advice tho!

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    looking to buy new laptop

    my current spec
    Tosihba satellite pro a100-200
    1.6 processor
    2mb ram

    runs EPL only on small database with just 2.5 star

    so...from what ive read, am i right in thinking anything at or above the below specs will run 4 or 5 different countries (top league only) large database quickly (not bothered about 3d much)

    2g dual processor
    4gb ram?

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    Could someone tell me how many leagues i could run on this laptop please and is the graphics card sufficent

    Inspiron 15R
    Intel core i3-370m 2.4ghz, 4 threads, 3m cache
    Windows 7 64 bit
    1 gb mobility radeon hd 550v
    4mb ram

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    narrowed my new laptop down to these 4! which one will run fm best? also which is better in general? will it process fixtures and show 3d games good? ;

    Toshiba satellite l650-12q, intel core i5-430m processor, 2.26ghz, 4.8 gt/s dmi, 3mb l3 cache, windows 7, 4gb ram, intel gma hd graphic, 320 hd. £500

    Acer aspire 5745g, intel core i5-430m processor, 2.26ghz, 2.5 gts dmi 3mb smart cache, windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram, Nvidia geforce g310m graphics, 512mb dedicated video memory, 500 hd. £600

    Hp pavilion dv7-4020sa, amd phenom II x3 p820 processor, 1.8ghz, 1.8ghz ht, (3600 mt/s) 3x 512 kb l2 cache, windows 7 64bit, 3gb installed ddr3 ram (1x 1024 mb + 1x 2048 mb) supports 8gb maximum ram, ati mobility radeon hd 5470 graphics 512 mb dedicated video memory, 320 hd. £550

    Packard bell easy note tx86-jo-045 uk, intel core i5- 430 m processor, 2.26ghz, 2.5 gt/s dmi, 3mb smart cache, windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram, Nvidia geforce g310m 512 dedicated memory, 500 hd. £600


    Which one should I go for, could you narrow them down 1-4 please?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesesarni View Post
    Could someone tell me how many leagues i could run on this laptop please and is the graphics card sufficent

    Inspiron 15R
    Intel core i3-370m 2.4ghz, 4 threads, 3m cache
    Windows 7 64 bit
    1 gb mobility radeon hd 550v
    4mb ram
    20-25 leagues, 60,000 players and graphics on high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daformrobbie View Post
    narrowed my new laptop down to these 4! which one will run fm best? also which is better in general? will it process fixtures and show 3d games good? ;

    Toshiba satellite l650-12q, intel core i5-430m processor, 2.26ghz, 4.8 gt/s dmi, 3mb l3 cache, windows 7, 4gb ram, intel gma hd graphic, 320 hd. £500

    Acer aspire 5745g, intel core i5-430m processor, 2.26ghz, 2.5 gts dmi 3mb smart cache, windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram, Nvidia geforce g310m graphics, 512mb dedicated video memory, 500 hd. £600

    Hp pavilion dv7-4020sa, amd phenom II x3 p820 processor, 1.8ghz, 1.8ghz ht, (3600 mt/s) 3x 512 kb l2 cache, windows 7 64bit, 3gb installed ddr3 ram (1x 1024 mb + 1x 2048 mb) supports 8gb maximum ram, ati mobility radeon hd 5470 graphics 512 mb dedicated video memory, 320 hd. £550

    Packard bell easy note tx86-jo-045 uk, intel core i5- 430 m processor, 2.26ghz, 2.5 gt/s dmi, 3mb smart cache, windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram, Nvidia geforce g310m 512 dedicated memory, 500 hd. £600


    Which one should I go for, could you narrow them down 1-4 please?!?
    The Acer Aspire and Packard Bell are to two best one's and they pretty much have the same Specs. Could you link me to the two actual products?

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    I'd go with the Acer because it looks better and has a couple of small nice features such as an inbuilt webcam.

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    Acer aspire 5745g, intel core i5-430m processor, 2.26ghz, 2.5 gts dmi 3mb smart cache, windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram, Nvidia geforce g310m graphics, 512mb dedicated video memory, 500 hd. £600

    Hp pavilion dv7-4020sa, amd phenom II x3 p820 processor, 1.8ghz, 1.8ghz ht, (3600 mt/s) 3x 512 kb l2 cache, windows 7 64bit, 3gb installed ddr3 ram (1x 1024 mb + 1x 2048 mb) supports 8gb maximum ram, ati mobility radeon hd 5470 graphics 512 mb dedicated video memory, 320 hd. £550

    Packard bell easy note tx86-jo-045 uk, intel core i5- 430 m processor, 2.26ghz, 2.5 gt/s dmi, 3mb smart cache, windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram, Nvidia geforce g310m 512 dedicated memory, 500 hd. £600

    How many leagues will they run etc

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    1) 20-25 leagues, 60/80,000 players, graphics high

    2) 15-20 leagues, 40/60,000 players, graphics high

    3) 20-25 leagues, 60/80,000 players, graphics high

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    Hello everbody, how should this run?

    Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 450 @ 2.20GHz 2.19GHz
    Memory (RAM) 2.00GB
    System type: 32-bit Operating System

    Graphics card i am unsure on but it seemed to work the match engine fine.

    Running the top 5 English leagues with a medium data base im only getting 1 star and processing seems to take a long time on international days especially. Another point i bought it through steam and i was wondering if that will make any difference to the speed compared to buying it on on a disc?

    Thanks for your time .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Bradley View Post
    Hello everbody, how should this run?

    Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 450 @ 2.20GHz 2.19GHz
    Memory (RAM) 2.00GB
    System type: 32-bit Operating System

    Graphics card i am unsure on but it seemed to work the match engine fine.

    Running the top 5 English leagues with a medium data base im only getting 1 star and processing seems to take a long time on international days especially. Another point i bought it through steam and i was wondering if that will make any difference to the speed compared to buying it on on a disc?

    Thanks for your time .
    Ignore the star system. 15 leagues, 30,000 players

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    just purchased a new laptop, will it run smoothly?? will it run in 3d?? how many leagues?? here is the spec;

    HP Pavilion DV6-3060SA
    Intel Core I5-430M processor 2.26GHZ with turbo boost up to 2.53GHZ
    320GB HD
    3072MB DDR3 SDRAM (2 dimm)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD5470 switchable graphics with 512MB DDR3 dedicated graphics memory

    Cheers..

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    3d on high, 40-50,000 players, 25-30 leagues!

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    is that pretty good then or??

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    Yes it is...

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    After lots of searching and reading this excellent thread finally decided to go for this laptop spec......please tell me that this will work on 3d and have a decent amount of leagues...... don't want to look anymore!

    Thanks in advance!

    Processor
    Intel® Core™ i3-330M Core Processor 2.13GHz (3MB Cache)


    Operating System
    Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-Bit


    Memory
    3072MB 1066MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [1x2048 + 1x1024]


    Graphics
    512MB ATI® Radeon™ HD 4570 Graphics


    LCD Display
    15.6" (inch) High Definition WLED Display with TrueLifeTM (1366x768)


    Audio and Speakers
    Intel High Definition Audio 2.2


    Hard Drive
    320GB SATA HDD 2.5 inch 5400RPM

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    I've narrowed my choices down to 4 - all about the same price. so be grateful if anyone can tell me if there is much difference for FM11 - 3d not major issue, i want to be able to have several countries at once, without having to to wait an age

    1) HP Compaq 620 T6570
    Intel Core 2 Duo T6570 2.1GHz
    4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 1066 MHz
    500GB
    Win7 Pro 64
    Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD

    2)Acer Aspire 5738ZG
    2.2Ghz,
    4GB,
    500GB
    W7 Laptop
    Intel® Pentium® dual-core processor T4400
    ATI 4570 HD 512MB DEDICATED DDR3

    3)HP CQ620
    Core2Duo 2.1Ghz
    4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 1066 MHz
    500GB
    Win7 Pro 64bit
    Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD

    4)Toshiba Satellite L500 Pentium T4400
    Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor T4400 (2.2GHz, 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache)
    4GB DDR3 1066 MHz RAM
    500GB
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 32/64 bit
    intel® Graphics Media Accelerator GL40

    5) my current spec
    2gb RAM
    1.6 processor
    roughly what would u expect for this-coz it seems pretty useless these days

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    Sorry if this has been addressed aready, I looked through the forum and couldn't find the answer to this, but there is a lot so I might have missed it.

    I'm wondering which OS is better for FM: Windows XP or Windows 7?

    I mean, I've been running all my other FMs on XP and never had any problems but I was thinking of upgrading to Windows 7. I'm just worried that there might be more of a chance that FM won't work right, since I know a lot of people complained about Vista and their games.

    I'm a complete noob when it comes to computers so I apologize if this question is dumb..anyway, XP or 7?

    Thanks

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    i have 4 options about the same price. i want to be able to run several countries-top league only normally- quickly
    so can you guys help and let me know what they can run and if there is much difference between them?

    1)HP Compaq 620 T6570 2.1Ghz 4GB ddr3, 500GB Win7 Pro 64
    Intel Core 2 Duo (faster than Dual Core) T6570 2.1GHz
    4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 1066 MHz,* two slots
    Integrated: Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD

    2) Acer Aspire 5738ZG 2.2Ghz,
    4GB ddr3 ,
    500GB
    WXGA W7 HP64
    * ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 4570 with up to 2304 MB of HyperMemory™ (512 MB of dedicated DDR3 VRAM, up to 1792 MB of shared system memory)
    PROCESSOR Intel® Pentium® dual-core processor T4400 (2.2GHz, 1MB cache, 800MHz FSB)


    3)HP CQ620 Core2Duo 2.1Ghz
    Intel Core 2 Duo (faster than Dual Core) T6570 2.1GHz
    500GB 15.6"
    4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 1066 MHz,* two slots
    Win7 Pro 64bit


    4)Toshiba Satellite L500 Pentium T4400 intel Pentium Dual Core Processor T4400 (2.2GHz, 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache)
    4GB DDR3 1066 MHz RAM
    500GB
    Intel 4500MHD Graphics
    Windows 7 Home Premium 32/64 bit


    5)current spec, 1.6ghz, 2gb RAM - what would u expect from this coz right now it seems quite slow on EPL and small database only!

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    Can someone advise if this spec is ok for 2011 in 3D and how many leagues etc.

    Processor: AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor 2.70GHz
    Memory: 3GB RAM DDR2
    Hard Drive: 640GB HDD SATA
    Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW SUPER MULTI
    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
    Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce 9200 256MB
    Monitor: None
    LAN: 10/100/1000 Gigabit
    Bluetooth: No
    Front Ports - 3 USB, Headphone, Microphone, Multi Card Reader
    Rear Ports - P/S2 Keyboard and Mouse, Serial and parallel, VGA, DVI, 4 USB, Ethernet, 5:1 Audio

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jch View Post
    After lots of searching and reading this excellent thread finally decided to go for this laptop spec......please tell me that this will work on 3d and have a decent amount of leagues...... don't want to look anymore!

    Thanks in advance!
    20 leagues and 3d on high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrIgz View Post
    Sorry if this has been addressed aready, I looked through the forum and couldn't find the answer to this, but there is a lot so I might have missed it.

    I'm wondering which OS is better for FM: Windows XP or Windows 7?

    I mean, I've been running all my other FMs on XP and never had any problems but I was thinking of upgrading to Windows 7. I'm just worried that there might be more of a chance that FM won't work right, since I know a lot of people complained about Vista and their games.

    I'm a complete noob when it comes to computers so I apologize if this question is dumb..anyway, XP or 7?

    Thanks
    Doesn't matter much. XP might run FM faster by 2-3 secs.
    New 7 features make up for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerching View Post
    Can someone advise if this spec is ok for 2011 in 3D and how many leagues etc.

    Processor: AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor 2.70GHz
    Memory: 3GB RAM DDR2
    Hard Drive: 640GB HDD SATA
    Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW SUPER MULTI
    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
    Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce 9200 256MB
    Monitor: None
    LAN: 10/100/1000 Gigabit
    Bluetooth: No
    Front Ports - 3 USB, Headphone, Microphone, Multi Card Reader
    Rear Ports - P/S2 Keyboard and Mouse, Serial and parallel, VGA, DVI, 4 USB, Ethernet, 5:1 Audio

    Cheers
    15-20 leagues. 3D on medium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanchops View Post
    i have 4 options about the same price. i want to be able to run several countries-top league only normally- quickly
    so can you guys help and let me know what they can run and if there is much difference between them?
    5)current spec, 1.6ghz, 2gb RAM - what would u expect from this coz right now it seems quite slow on EPL and small database only!
    15 leagues on all of them. Go with acer for the better GFX.
    Can't say about the current spec as it doesn't specify exact model number.

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    hi guys, just wondering how this would run and how many playable league i could use
    Intel Pentium Processor T4500
    Intel GMA 4500M
    3 GB DDR3 Memory
    320 gb HDD

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    I need a new PC. What kind of system would you need to run at max settings (all leauges and players), just out of interest. Is there such a thing as overkill when getting a pc for fm. I'm not bothered about 3D.

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    depends on your budget but id go for a core i5 760, gigabyte p55m-ud2h and 4gb of corsair xms3 ddr3-1600 and mate that with a decent 500w psu to allow for a future gpu to be added.

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    Budgetwise I suppose it would be a waste to spend anymore than £1,000 just to play FM for the next few years. So probably round that area. I don't need a monitor. I would be willing to go higher if it made a noticeable difference. I'm a bit out of touch with all the new pcs i5 and i7 stuff at the minute. I havent been paying attention for a few years so have no idea what to look out for when picking out a new pc.

    I'm using a 4 year old dual core 2.4 at the minute which is about dead.

    What about this one?
    http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/pavili...77364-pdt.html
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    £1000?? You can get a great FM machine for £500-600.
    And that HP doesn't look worth the money to me. You can build one for half the price with similar performance.

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    Naah Better options for the price in last couple of pages.
    It'll run 15 leagues only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishu View Post
    £1000?? You can get a great FM machine for £500-600.
    And that HP doesn't look worth the money to me. You can build one for half the price with similar performance.
    Could you please link me to a decent machine that could run all players and leagues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Born2killzone View Post
    Could you please link me to a decent machine that could run all players and leagues.
    If you want a branded machine, then HP one is good. It will run all leagues.

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    Thanks Ishu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Born2killzone View Post
    Could you please link me to a decent machine that could run all players and leagues.
    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...d=1444&subcat=

    Select which over Operating System you want... to save cash select the cheapest option .

    Miles cheaper & miles better then the other HP machine.... PC World are just money grabbers.

    If you care to read the reviews you will read nothing but good about that machine.
    Last edited by ClimaCool; 15-11-2010 at 02:45.

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    how good would this run the game

    Processor Intel® Celeron® Processor T3500
    - 2.10 GHz
    - 800 MHz FSB
    - 1 MB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    RAM 3GB DDR3
    Graphics card Intel GMA 4500M - Up to 1341 MB shared memory


    thanks

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    or is this better ? Processor Intel® Pentium® Processor T4500
    - 2.3 GHz
    - 800 MHz FSB
    - 1 MB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    RAM - 3 GB RAM
    - DDR3
    Graphics card Intel® HD Graphics
    - 128 MB of dedicated system memory
    - Supporting Microsoft® DirectX® 10

    edit: or this one
    Processor AMD V-series V120 Processor
    - 2.2 GHz
    - 1.8 GHz HT
    - 512KB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    RAM 3GB
    Graphics card ATI® Radeon™ HD4200
    - up to 1408MB shared memoryo
    or this one aswell lol http://www.comet.co.uk/p/Laptops/buy...-Laptop/676942 sorry about that lol last one i promise lol
    Last edited by andy1873; 17-11-2010 at 21:03.

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    Dell Studio 15 (1558) i7 Quad Core (High Spec) Laptop (Black)
    Intel Core i7-720QM (1.6GHz, turbo Boost up to 2.8GHz)
    Windows 7 Home Prem(64Bit)
    320GB Hard Drive
    4GB DDR3 RAM
    1GB ATI HD 5470 Graphics

    how many leagues etc?
    also anyone know how easy/how to increase from 1.6-2.8 processor?

    thanks

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    hi guys.

    just wondering would someone be able to let me know if this spec will run fm11 efficiently!
    i'm thinking of buying a new laptop.

    CPU and Memory:
    •Intel Core i3 350M.
    •2.26GHz processor speed.
    •3GB DDR3 RAM memory.
    •320GB SATA hard drive.
    Display features:
    •15.6in display.
    •Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
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    •Dual layer.
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    •Intel with HD graphics card.
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    •Multi-Media Card (MMC) compatible.
    •3 USB ports.
    •1 HDMI port.
    •B/g/n wireless/WiFi enabled.
    Operating system and software:
    •Microsoft Windows 7 Premium.

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    https://www.mln.com.au/

    could someone have a quick look at this at the laptops under $800 (500pounds)
    which one u reckon is best for Fm and general

    (it doesnt require looking each laptop individually, its a convenient list)

    thanks guys, really appreciated

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    Sorry to put this up only a few days after asking advice on another machine but this one come with a monitor for the same price if the spec is up to scratch. Same question again really. How many leagues, how many players etc. Thanks for the advice on the other one BTW.

    Product Description: Packard Bell Imedia s3210 Dual Core Desktop PC
    Processor: AMD Athlon X2 Processor 2.4GHz
    Memory: 2GB RAM (Installed)
    Hard Drive: 1TB HDD Serial ATA-300
    Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW SuperMulti
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64 bit
    User Interface: 2 USB, Headphone, Microphone,HDMI, VGA
    Graphics Controller: nVidia Geforce 8200
    Video Memory: 256MB
    Display Included: Yes
    Display Type: 19 Inch LCD Monitor

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    Crap so i need glasses .I didnt see this thread.

    Hey people got a question.I got a rather old machine and im not sure if i should buy this game or not.My current configuration is :

    Pentium 4 CPU 3000mhz
    2 GB of RAM
    256 ram on the ati video card.
    I run win xp sp3

    I know i meet the minimum system requirements but does are irrelevant.I want to play with some 2-3 leagues loaded.Like for example Serie A,EPL,Bundesliga.Or Serie A,B,C or you get the picture.But the important thing is that i dont want to wait 6-7 hours to finish a season.

    So can i run it at a good speed?Im ok if i cant run the game in 3d as i like the 2d version better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy1873 View Post
    how good would this run the game

    Processor Intel® Celeron® Processor T3500
    - 2.10 GHz
    - 800 MHz FSB
    - 1 MB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    RAM 3GB DDR3
    Graphics card Intel GMA 4500M - Up to 1341 MB shared memory


    thanks
    15 leagues/3d on high.

    2nd one is better (t4500) 20 leagues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbazza70 View Post
    Dell Studio 15 (1558) i7 Quad Core (High Spec) Laptop (Black)
    Intel Core i7-720QM (1.6GHz, turbo Boost up to 2.8GHz)
    Windows 7 Home Prem(64Bit)
    320GB Hard Drive
    4GB DDR3 RAM
    1GB ATI HD 5470 Graphics

    how many leagues etc?
    also anyone know how easy/how to increase from 1.6-2.8 processor?

    thanks
    35 leagues.
    that is automatic afaik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinky View Post
    hi guys.

    just wondering would someone be able to let me know if this spec will run fm11 efficiently!
    i'm thinking of buying a new laptop.
    <specs>
    20-25 leagues

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanchops View Post
    http://<a href="https://www.mln.com....ln.com.au/</a>

    could someone have a quick look at this at the laptops under $800 (500pounds)
    which one u reckon is best for Fm and general
    https://www.mln.com.au/product/?itemID=922
    Nice list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerching View Post
    Sorry to put this up only a few days after asking advice on another machine but this one come with a monitor for the same price if the spec is up to scratch. Same question again really. How many leagues, how many players etc. Thanks for the advice on the other one BTW.
    15 leagues

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanaz View Post
    Pentium 4 CPU 3000mhz
    2 GB of RAM
    256 ram on the ati video card.
    I run win xp sp3

    I know i meet the minimum system requirements but does are irrelevant.I want to play with some 2-3 leagues loaded.Like for example Serie A,EPL,Bundesliga.Or Serie A,B,C or you get the picture.But the important thing is that i dont want to wait 6-7 hours to finish a season.
    5 - 7. But how can someone finish a season in less than 6 hrs. I take 30 - 35 hrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishu View Post
    cool thanks Ishu, and roughly how many leagues for this?

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    So its going to take a lot of time processing when other teams play?I dont mind the game taking more hours if i scout for players and what not.But i dont want to wait a lot of time when other fixtures are processed.So will it work fast or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanchops View Post
    cool thanks Ishu, and roughly how many leagues for this?
    20 - 25
    Quote Originally Posted by milanaz View Post
    So its going to take a lot of time processing when other teams play?I dont mind the game taking more hours if i scout for players and what not.But i dont want to wait a lot of time when other fixtures are processed.So will it work fast or not?
    Kepp it under 5 and it'll be fine.

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    finally bought one...should get at the end of the week! :-) 500 quid.

    Lenovo G560-9M

    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
    Screen: 15.6 Inch HD LED Display
    Video: Intel Graphics
    Connectivity: Wireless N
    Built in Devices: HDMI, Card Reader, Webcam, 3 x USB, E-Sata
    Processor: Intel Core i5-460M 2.53GHz (Turbo 2.8Ghz)
    Memory: 4GB DDR3 RAM
    Storage: 500GB HDD
    Optical Drive: DVD Burner

    final thoughts Ishu-leagues, players and 3D?

    p.s you're a legend for all the help you give people on here!

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    25 leagues/3D on high.

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    Hi Ishu, can you help me? I'm looking at the 2 below. Thanks.

    fujitsu LH520

    http://www.fujitsu.com/sg/services/c...520/specs.html

    fujitsu LH530

    http://www.fujitsu.com/sg/services/c...530/specs.html

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    Hi guys
    im looking to buy a new laptop for generall stuff but want to play FM on it too
    I only have about £450 to spend so what is the best one around that can handle the processing?

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    I posted recently about the difference in speed I've found between FM11 and FM10.

    I have found FM11 to run alot slower than FM10 and it makes my computer feel particularly unstable, despite running exactly same leagues at I did on FM10.

    I know very little about computer spec, but I'm running 15 leagues from six nations on the medium database on the following. My question is, is this deemed enough to run this amount of leagues and would should I be looking to improve? Any help/advice much appreciated!

    Pentium 4 GPU 3.00GHz
    2.99 GHz, 1.00 GB or RAM

    If I need to give more info, let me know how to access it and I will add it to this post!

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    I've got a new comp and I'm interested to see how this runs. I want a massive game world and, to be honest, I doubt I'll get past 10 years (or even 5) so I can afford to select a fair few leagues.

    i7 950 (overclocked to 4 GHz)
    6 GB DDR3 1600 MHz ram running at 8-8-8-24 timings
    4870 512mb graphics card (soon to be upgraded to a 6970 but that's not needed for FM)

    Those are the relevant specs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vasilli07 View Post
    Hi Ishu, can you help me? I'm looking at the 2 below. Thanks.

    fujitsu LH520

    http://www.fujitsu.com/sg/services/c...520/specs.html

    fujitsu LH530

    http://www.fujitsu.com/sg/services/c...530/specs.html
    530 has so many CPUs listed??
    i5 option in the lh530 would be best

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkitekt88 View Post
    Hi guys
    im looking to buy a new laptop for generall stuff but want to play FM on it too
    I only have about £450 to spend so what is the best one around that can handle the processing?
    There are many links on this page, try them out. If its good enough for FM, its good enough for general use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado View Post
    I posted recently about the difference in speed I've found between FM11 and FM10.

    I have found FM11 to run alot slower than FM10 and it makes my computer feel particularly unstable, despite running exactly same leagues at I did on FM10.

    I know very little about computer spec, but I'm running 15 leagues from six nations on the medium database on the following. My question is, is this deemed enough to run this amount of leagues and would should I be looking to improve? Any help/advice much appreciated!

    Pentium 4 GPU 3.00GHz
    2.99 GHz, 1.00 GB or RAM

    If I need to give more info, let me know how to access it and I will add it to this post!
    I would only run 5-7 leagues on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishu View Post
    530 has so many CPUs listed??
    i5 option in the lh530 would be best
    Ok. Thanks for the reply. How many leagues can I probably run? And can run 3d at what detail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    I've got a new comp and I'm interested to see how this runs. I want a massive game world and, to be honest, I doubt I'll get past 10 years (or even 5) so I can afford to select a fair few leagues.

    i7 950 (overclocked to 4 GHz)
    6 GB DDR3 1600 MHz ram running at 8-8-8-24 timings
    4870 512mb graphics card (soon to be upgraded to a 6970 but that's not needed for FM)

    Those are the relevant specs.
    70 leagues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishu View Post
    I would only run 5-7 leagues on that.
    What would you recommend I improve??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado View Post
    What would you recommend I improve??
    Everything.

    New CPU will need new Motherboard, Which will need new RAM.
    You can reuse cabinet, Hard disk, DVD etc

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    Hey fellas

    My current graphiccard is *****. So I'm considering buying Radeon PCI-E HD5450. Does anyone know if it's good enough for FM11?

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    Hey guys,

    Could anyone tell me how well FM11 would work on my laptop? The specs are

    Toshiba Satellite Pro L450D-11J
    AMD Athlon™ X2 Dual-Core Processor running at 2.1ghz
    2048mb Ram
    Windows 7 Pro (32-bit)
    160gb hd
    ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics card

    All help appreciated

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    Hi,

    I'm looking for a new laptop that I could carry with me and use it to play FM11 on the go.

    What I need is:
    screen <15.6
    decent battery life
    fast CPU >2.0 GHz
    decent dedicated graphics

    My budget is around £500-£600. Can anyone help?

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    Currently have a Acer Aspire Desktop X3812

    Quad Core Intel 2.8Ghz
    4gb Ram
    NVidia Graphics Card 128mb

    runs game well, can load quite a lot of leagues and players, with basic graphics
    but received a tax rebate today and have ordered

    an extra 4gb RAM, and a Sapphire HD 5450 1GB DDR2 DVI VGA HDMI Out PCI-E Low Profile Graphics Card

    Hopefully can run a whole lot more leagues and have better match day view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Williams_LFC View Post
    Hey guys,

    Could anyone tell me how well FM11 would work on my laptop? The specs are

    Toshiba Satellite Pro L450D-11J
    AMD Athlon™ X2 Dual-Core Processor running at 2.1ghz
    2048mb Ram
    Windows 7 Pro (32-bit)
    160gb hd
    ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics card

    All help appreciated
    Bump

    Anyone???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Osmann View Post
    Hey fellas

    My current graphiccard is *****. So I'm considering buying Radeon PCI-E HD5450. Does anyone know if it's good enough for FM11?
    Please anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Osmann View Post
    Hey fellas

    My current graphiccard is *****. So I'm considering buying Radeon PCI-E HD5450. Does anyone know if it's good enough for FM11?
    Good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Williams_LFC View Post
    Hey guys,

    Could anyone tell me how well FM11 would work on my laptop? The specs are

    Toshiba Satellite Pro L450D-11J
    AMD Athlon™ X2 Dual-Core Processor running at 2.1ghz
    2048mb Ram
    Windows 7 Pro (32-bit)
    160gb hd
    ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics card

    All help appreciated
    OKish .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiree_black_cat View Post
    Currently have a Acer Aspire Desktop X3812

    Quad Core Intel 2.8Ghz
    4gb Ram
    NVidia Graphics Card 128mb

    runs game well, can load quite a lot of leagues and players, with basic graphics
    but received a tax rebate today and have ordered

    an extra 4gb RAM, and a Sapphire HD 5450 1GB DDR2 DVI VGA HDMI Out PCI-E Low Profile Graphics Card

    Hopefully can run a whole lot more leagues and have better match day view.
    Lot MORE leagues - No
    Better match day view - Possible.

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    thanks ishu, help greatly appreciated!

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    How does FM11 run on a macbook pro???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Searsy View Post
    How does FM11 run on a macbook pro???
    Check the first post
    http://community.sigames.com/showthr...m-Specs-Thread

    You are Welcome Pinky

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    How would this one do in terms of Leagues/Players and 3D match engine?

    Acer Aspire 5741A 320GB 15.6in Laptop.Includes Pre-registered Acer warranty.
    CPU and Memory:
    •Intel Core i3 350M.
    •2.26GHz processor speed.
    •3GB DDR3 RAM memory.
    •320GB SATA hard drive.
    Display features:
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    •Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
    DVD optical drives:
    •Dual layer.
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    •Intel with HD graphics card.
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    •Multi-Media Card (MMC) compatible.
    •3 USB ports.
    •1 HDMI port.
    •B/g/n wireless/WiFi enabled.
    Multi-media features:
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    •Built-in mic.
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    Thanks

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    20 leagues and 3D on med-high.

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    Can someone please tell me how much I can run at a decent speed on this?

    Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5200 @ 2.50GHz
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    17 to 18.

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    Hi all, would be eternally grateful if anyone would be kind enough to let me know how many leagues and which size database I should select to run on my computer:

    AMD Athlon II X2 250 Socket AM3 3.0GHz
    4GB DDR2 1066MHZ RAM
    ATI RADEON HD 4770 PCS 512MB GDDR5
    WINDOWS 7 PREMIUM 64

    I'm going to be using Uncle Ron's Non League edit so I can play my local team, any suggestions as to which other leagues/countries I should select to go with this? I was shown FM2012 by my friend, and, to my amazement, found it terrifyingly addictive. I bought the game for myself and my friends laughed, saying ''I don't think we'll be seeing so much of her this year...'' The only issue is, I have to admit, I don't really know much about football (yet!). FM2012 has got me into the sport, and so I need all the help I can get with league/database size selection.

    Apologies for the helplessness - I've been Googling hard for days and not found any definitive answers. Very confused as to which I set to 'view only' etc. I want to do this right!

    Many thanks to anyone kind enough to help a clueless noob =)

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    Yours is more of a gaming rig.
    20 leagues will be OK. And I don't know anything about ron's update.

    BTW Where did you and your friend buy FM2012 from. ;)

    And welcome to the forums

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    Gaming rig = good for FM then? I truly am clueless, I realise. What size database ought I to use? Thanks so much for the help Ishu - and, yeah, FM2012? /facepalm.

    I'll pack a few more into my TARDIS next time I'm out, will bring one back for you =p

    Scarlett P.

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    Hi I hope very much someone can help me. I am about to purchase a new desktop pc for general computer use and have no idea at all about graphics or computer requirements etc.

    The only game i want to play is FM11 but I do not want to buy a new computer and find I cannot play the game!

    I only play as Rangers in Scotland and only load up the Scottish league.

    Basically I am planning to buy a packard bell desktop from pc world. I did ask in the shop but the guy was useless and couldnt help me at all!

    Can anyone confirm if this pc would be good to play the game?

    i would be forever indebted to someone who can help!!!!!

    The computer has the following attributes:

    Processor AMD Athlon™ II X4 605e
    - 2.3 GHz
    - 2 GHz HT
    - 4 x 512 KB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    RAM - 3 GB DDR3
    - 4 GB maximum RAM
    Graphics card nVIDIA GeForce 6150
    - 256 MB shared memory
    Screen type None
    Hard drive 320 GB SATA hard drive 7200rpm
    Optical disk drive DVD-RW
    Memory card reader Yes
    USB 6 (2 in front, 4 in rear)
    FireWire No
    Modem/Ethernet 10/100 Ethernet
    Wi-Fi No
    Bluetooth No
    Video interface 1 x VGA
    Audio interface 3.5mm jack
    SPDIF
    TV output VGA
    Extension card slot 1 x PCI
    2 x PCI-Ex1
    1 x PCI-E x16
    Sound 5.1 channel on-board sound card
    Webcam No
    Keyboard & Mouse Yes, PS2 keyboard and mouse
    Accessories included Keyboard and mouse
    Software included Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 - Full Version
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Parv View Post
    Gaming rig = good for FM then? I truly am clueless, I realise. What size database ought I to use? Thanks so much for the help Ishu - and, yeah, FM2012? /facepalm.

    I'll pack a few more into my TARDIS next time I'm out, will bring one back for you =p

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    No, sadly a good gaming rig cannot necessarily run FM well. Yours will do OKish.
    Use a Large DB.
    Load all the English leagues (inc Uncle Ron's), top leagues of Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Netherland, Belgium.

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    I am unsure whether this post has registered, please excuse me if i have doen something wrong here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inzamam View Post
    Hi I hope very much someone can help me. I am about to purchase a new desktop pc for general computer use and have no idea at all about graphics or computer requirements etc.

    The only game i want to play is FM11 but I do not want to buy a new computer and find I cannot play the game!

    I only play as Rangers in Scotland and only load up the Scottish league.

    Basically I am planning to buy a packard bell desktop from pc world. I did ask in the shop but the guy was useless and couldnt help me at all!

    Can anyone confirm if this pc would be good to play the game?

    i would be forever indebted to someone who can help!!!!!

    The computer has the following attributes:
    Yes it can 25 to 30 leagues. Might not be able to run 3D though.

    How much is this costing you?? Get an custom PC if you have a techie friend. It will be twice as better.

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    Ishu, you're a bloody FM superhero, that's what you are. Many many thanks sir.

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    Sir??
    I'm am 18. Sir sounds like 81.

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    Hi Ishu,

    many thanks for your reply.

    it will cost £329. How would I find out if it can play the 3D graphics? I dont really have any techie friends, but can you tell me what you mean by a 'custom' pc?

    It is a new packard bell computer and in the shop it displays the graphics for some 3D rally car game and seems to show it can play this type of 'action' game. Does this help?

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