Matt SFC

System requirements for 3-D match engine

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The question of every football managers lips ;)

Does anyone know the system requirements needed for the 3d match engine to work?

Do you need a graphics card and all that sort of stuff. Sorry but this is coming from someone who has only played one game on his pc - that being football manager of course!

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If your PC can run FM08 then more than likely it'll be able to run FM09.

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[quote name='Matt SFC']The question of every football managers lips ;)

Does anyone know the system requirements needed for the 3d match engine to work?

Do you need a graphics card and all that sort of stuff. Sorry but this is coming from someone who has only played one game on his pc - that being football manager [B]of course[/B]![/QUOTE]

of course ;)
And what Ahmufcwafc said, the 3D engine won't be too demanding and an onboard graphics card may run it!

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I mean, if an onboard graphics card can run pes2008, it shouldn't have a problem with anything fm might like to throw at it graphically.

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Have faith in SI.
Don't panic.
As ahmufcwafc said, if you're playing FM08 then you'll be playing FM09.

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Miles has replied in another thread about this and said that we'll find out the specs later this week.

[URL]http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php?t=51997[/URL]

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Cheers for the replies. Can anyone explain to me what a graphics card is?

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[quote name='Matt SFC']Cheers for the replies. Can anyone explain to me what a graphics card is?[/QUOTE]
[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphics_card[/url]

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[quote name='Matt SFC']Cheers for the replies. Can anyone explain to me what a graphics card is?[/QUOTE]

It is a part of a computer which runs what is on screen
The better it is the better and more responsive it is on screen!

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