How well would Dragon Age run with these specs?

  puddylump 16:05 29 Aug 2010

I was thinking of buying Dragon Age: Origins for my computer but I don't want to waste my money on a game that I can't run well even on low graphics.
I've tried a few of those "Can you run it?" programs and sites, but they all say different.
I was wondering if anyone here would know?

Here's a link to an image of my specs. click here

Thanks in advance.

  puddylump 16:12 29 Aug 2010

Forgot to include these ones.

click here

click here

  Kevscar1 17:27 29 Aug 2010

If you update the graphics card driver you shouldn't have any problem.

  puddylump 18:03 29 Aug 2010

Are the drivers free? What should I updgrade to? Any links?

  Devil Fish 01:24 30 Aug 2010

have a look at the packard bell website they should carry updates

if not head over to nvidia click here

are they free on both counts yes

  Devil Fish 01:26 30 Aug 2010

sorry forgot to link packardbell

click here

  puddylump 07:18 30 Aug 2010

Okay! So if I upgraded my graphics to GeForce GTX 480 drivers, how well would Dragon Age run then?

  Kevscar1 12:36 30 Aug 2010

have a look here, you should beable to find what specs you need.

click here

  Kevscar1 12:44 30 Aug 2010

Windows Vista Minimum Specifications

OS: Windows Vista with SP1

CPU: Intel Core 2 (or equivalent) running at 1.6Ghz or greater

AMD X2 (or equivalent) running at 2.2GHZ or greater

RAM: 1.5 GB or more

Video: ATI Radeon X1550 256MB or greater

NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT 256MB or greater

DVD ROM (Physical copy)

20 GB HD space

  AndySD 14:58 06 Sep 2010

You have a GForce 7100 card and this may be too slow for the game to run smoothly with the graphics set high in the game, you should be able to run the game smoothly by lowering the graphic settings in the game.

  puddylump 16:18 06 Sep 2010

for everything, you've really helped a lot. :)

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