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System Requirements for the new 0.95 version.

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I need to know what the system requirements are to run the new 0.95 version. I am looking at getting a laptop and need to know what to look for.

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Other mods (car mods, ELS etc) Can put a strain on GTA IV, LCPDFR However, Only puts a strain on the system when doing certain large things, Such as calling in a shit ton of back up, Having alot of cops shooting at suspects, etc. So it really shouldn't cause any problems, GTA IVs Requirements are as follows:

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Minimum System Requirements * OS: Windows Vista - Service Pack 1 / XP - Service Pack 3 * Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8Ghz, AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4Ghz * Memory: 1.5GB, 16GB Free Hard Drive Space * Video Card: 256MB NVIDIA 7900 / 256MB ATI X1900 Recommended System Requirements * OS: Windows Vista - Service Pack 1 / XP - Service Pack 3 * Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz, AMD Phenom X3 2.1Ghz * Memory: 2 GB (Windows XP) 2.5 GB (Windows Vista) * 18 GB Free Hard Drive Space * Video Card: 512MB NVIDIA 8600 / 512MB ATI,

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Also, If your buying a laptop, and thinking about doing some PC gaming on it, I suggest you go look at a few custom gaming laptops, From places such as Digital storm, Alienware (don't really recommend , Due to overpricing) etc, Google and look around, Im sure you'll find something :happy:, JAM.

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The key to buying a laptop is getting a laptop which DOES NOT have Intel graphics!

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i know what the gta 4 s.r. are i was trying to see what you needed to run lcpdfr v0.95

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The key to buying a laptop is getting a laptop which DOES NOT have Intel graphics!

THIS :happy:

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Dedicated graphics card with 1GB of RAM, reasonably good model. You can use this site as a reference guide. They class laptop graphics card by tiers of how good they are, and have game benchmarks for each card.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-560M.48313.0.html

Good luck. You'll be sinking $800 for an okay laptop for games (low-medium details), about $1200+ for a good one. And they'll still be obsolete in 3 years. A desktop is always a better decision if you don't need the mobility of a laptop.

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Dedicated graphics card with 1GB of RAM, reasonably good model. You can use this site as a reference guide. They class laptop graphics card by tiers of how good they are, and have game benchmarks for each card.

http://www.notebookc...0M.48313.0.html

Good luck. You'll be sinking $800 for an okay laptop for games (low-medium details), about $1200+ for a good one. And they'll still be obsolete in 3 years. A desktop is always a better decision if you don't need the mobility of a laptop.

While this will definatley help, I think he wants hard S.R, But the problem is, There really are none specifically for LCPDFR, Its never been needed....

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i know what the gta 4 s.r. are i was trying to see what you needed to run lcpdfr v0.95

There's no real difference between requirements for GTA IV and LCPDFR. But more RAM may be useful.

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That is always true.

I second the recommendation for a desktop. It's generally much cheaper w/the same specs and better upgradeability. That last part is important - a desktop can easily have more RAM added, or even a whole new video card, WITHOUT a new computer!

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