Yes, anyone can check your computer specs by going to the system properties on your computer.
Every computer and video game can require different specs to make the game run more efficiently. To know the best specs that you need check the game and the computer that is being used.
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You can find specs for Sony computers at the official Sony online store. Once on the page, you can click on a computer you are interested in to view the specs before purchasing.
You can purchase Guitar Hero III for PC from your local retailer, but the specs are very high. If your computer doesn't have high specs, you can download a program called "Frets on Fire".
that depends on the computer check the system hardware specs you can do this by looking at the manual or going online to the computers manufacture
Try getting KernelEx, but whar are the specs in your computer? laptop or desktop?
it's meant for seeing if you computer can run games but i usehttp://cyri.systemrequirementslab.com/srtest/ to see the specs on a PC
The amount of internal storage will vary based on your computer specs. It depends on multiple factors.
it depends on your system specs
You'd need to specify your specs to get a detailed answer.
The mother board has to support 2.0, if you have a purchased computer,say a dell,or hp, go to there website and look at the specs for it. If custom, go to the motherboard MFG website and look at the specs.
Hit windows key + se/break key and a window will pop up. This will give you the 'specs' for your computer and for your copy of Windows XP
the engine's timing is computer controlled. What timing specs are you looking for. What engine is it? 2.0l VVT engine?
If your computer can handle it, there's no reason not to. Just remember to check your computer specs against what's required. If you can play it, then go for it.
There is a computer test where you enter your computer specs into the test and it will tell you how good or if it will at all run Skyrim.
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depends on your computer specs.... if they are good enough then yes
check your computer specs if it matches the requirements of the game. you can do that by typing dxdiag in the run dialog box of windows...
You should consult your son, on the specs his new computer needs to have. Then the two of you can check out www.newegg.com. You can also check www.tigerdirect.com.
There are no tune-up specs it is all controled by the computer. The only thing you do is set the spark plug gap to .060 and change air and fuel filters. that is it. There are no tune-up specs it is all controled by the computer. The only thing you do is set the spark plug gap to .060 and change air and fuel filters. that is it. There are no tune-up specs it is all controled by the computer. The only thing you do is set the spark plug gap to .060 and change air and fuel filters. that is it.
Real simple: Go on the internet and find the most powerful, baddest, highest performance computer you can. Computer nerds dream of having a computer twice that powerful.
Those computer specs are on the low end. Most new PC games would crash on that computer.