The Worst Computer You can Game On

Discussion in 'Battlestations' started by UltraAziz, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. UltraAziz

    UltraAziz New Member

    I Could Have Never Thought That A Gamer Could Have A Worse PC Than Mine , See The Specs Yourself :
    CPU : Pentium 3.6 GHz , I Am Not Sure What Pentium Is It
    RAM : 2 GB Of DDR2 Memory , I Know DDR2 Is Extinct But The PC Is Very Old
    GPU : NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS 512 MB

    So What Do You Think
    Is It Really The Worst ?
    Or Does Someone Have A Worse Rig ?
     
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    Sony VAIO S
    pentium m750
    Ram? DDR2 512MB
    GPU GeForce Go 6400 128mb!
    Most of all Windows XP!!
    It still works honestly. And it still stated made in Japan;)
     
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  3. UltraAziz

    UltraAziz New Member

    Thought I Had The Worst , It Appears I Didn't :big_grin_:
     
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  4. jcx200

    jcx200 Active Member

    Woah. Someone needs an upgrade!
     
  5. UltraAziz

    UltraAziz New Member

    Definitely Need An Upgrade , Both Me And Joikansai
     
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  6. Razer.Caziel

    Razer.Caziel I am the Lightbringer Staff Member

    What game does this guy play doe?
     
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  7. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    I was be able to play pro evolution soccer...6, when I’m not wrong, I think gta too, quite often;)
     
  8. Razer.Caziel

    Razer.Caziel I am the Lightbringer Staff Member

    pics or it didn't happen :rolleyes:
     
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  9. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    Okay I’ll try that but I forgot where I put the power adapter, I think there’s still games on it...man it’s 12 years old hardware. I’ll update when I found the adapter, I think somewhere in my cellar:rolleyes:
    Here’s the laptop btw...it was around same price with your latest Blade 15 btw;)
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  10. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    I used an old $300 Acer laptop for around three years, that was a major pain. At the time I only really played Minecraft but near the end before when I got rid of it I started getting into Euro Truck Sim 2. It ran that game on the lowest possible settings at a whopping 5-15FPS in a good area with not much to put strain on the system, and it would likely crash or run at 3FPS while in any kind of area more intense like a farm off a highway. Runs off a AMD E-300 APU. The C key is now falling off of it as well. I use it as a vault for all of my old stuff from all of those years ago.

    I then used a Dell desktop for four years before getting this desktop I have now, it was good for playing basic games like those on low settings at around 30-40FPS (Good enough at the time), but it died on me one day two years ago and after that it wouldn't run anything the same. Had an I5-3340 with integrated graphics. That one is used by my parents now, and surprisingly it does an amazing job at anything unless you go within 5 feet of a game.
     
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  11. UltraAziz

    UltraAziz New Member

    I could play some good games released before 2014 , and most games before 2010 .
    But Only A Few After 2014
     
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  12. Razer.Caziel

    Razer.Caziel I am the Lightbringer Staff Member

    You were kewl 12 years ago if you had one of those.
     
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  13. Jamzieth

    Jamzieth New Member

    My secondary "gaming pc" is an Acer Aspire 7730 laptop (not the g model) from 2008. The main kicker is the graphics are handled by the "extremely powerful" Intel 4500MHD on board graphics :)

    It truly sucks but it can play Guild Wars 2 at a blistering 20 fps.
     
  14. NoLuBr

    NoLuBr New Member

    i have an old radio shack micro color computer with about 5mb of ram and 56mb storage still have the box to XD
     
  15. JeniSkunk

    JeniSkunk New Member

    For me, it's something of a toss up as to which would be the worst.

    Laptop
    Lenovo 3000 N200 0769-A64
    Intel Pentium Dual Core T2330 (1.6 ghz)
    4GB RAM
    256GB Crucial M550 SSD CT256M550SSD1
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit
    128Mb Nvidia Geforce GO 7300
    15.6in 1280x720 VGA out 1280x720

    Netbook
    Toshiba NB550D
    AMD C60 Fusion APU (1ghz) with integrated ATI 6290
    4Gb RAM
    320Gb HDD
    Windows 7 Home Premium
    10.1in 1024x600 HDMI out which I've had up to 1920x1200

    The APU and HDD are slower in the netbook, than the CPU and SSD in the laptop
    But the netbook has the better GPU, and can output to external at a higher res than the laptop.
     
  16. Pentalobe

    Pentalobe Active Member

    My ultimate games machine,

    Pentium 90 mhz
    8mb ram
    DOS 6.2
    2gb IDE disk
    S3 graphics
    Hundreds of amazing games for DOS. It even runs Quake! Over a decade of gaming history playable on one machine.

    Around the time win 98 came out I went to consoles (PS and N64 era) and never looked back. (I have win 3.1 on my pentium but never use it). But the pentium runs genecyst (and nesticle) like a champ, so you can have the best of both worlds.

    I have an apple 1 (mimeo), II, IIe in the closet... too early for me, but games like snake byte and breakout are still classics.

    I was never into C64 or MSX but wish I had been... Also Neo-Geo and x68k. And Amiga of course.
     
  17. quandrew

    quandrew New Member

    He probably can run Minesweeper and get 200+ FPS.
     
  18. Houst105

    Houst105 New Member

    raspberry pi lol
     
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  19. T21STCPG

    T21STCPG Member

    64 MB of ram is all I need.
     
  20. Reyzac

    Reyzac New Member

    My first pc ;-;

    CPU : AMD A4-1200 (2C,2T,698MHz)
    RAM : 2Gb DDR3 at 532Mhz SC
    GPU : Radeon HD 8180, 512Mb 150Mhz
     
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