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Old 11-30-2007, 01:45 AM   #1
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Default Graphics card and flight simulators


I'm would like to buy an r/c flight simulator program but I'm not sure my computer will be able to support it. The program I have in mind (RealFlight G 3.5 or Hangar 9 FS One) calls for 3D accelerated video with 32MB dedicated video memory, full windows directx 9. My computer is a 2004 Compaq Presario 2500 notebook w/ Pentium 4. The graphics/video card being used is an ATI Radeon 345M with approx. memory of 64MB. If this isn't enough to run the program would I be able to boost my computer to make it work? I'm not worried about the graphics as much as the physics of the planes and how realistically they respond. Thank you.
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