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Duke_
27th Oct 2006, 05:28
My i run Just Cause on notebook samsung x20 C1,3, 1024 Ram video 915gm (gma900)???

Major_A
27th Oct 2006, 07:22
Just Cause Download Minimum System Requirements

* OPERATING SYSTEM: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP
* CPU: Pentium 4 1.4Ghz or Athlon XP Equivalent
* RAM: 512MB
* GRAPHICS: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 64 MB 3D Accelerated Card with TnL (GeForce4 ti4200 / Radeon 9 series)
* SOUND: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP compatible sound card (100% DirectX 9.0c -compatible)
HARD DRIVE: 7.4GB free disk space
* INPUT DEVICES: 100% Windows 2000/XP compatible mouse and keyboard

Just Cause Download File Size

5.25 GB
http://www.direct2drive.com/2/1185/product/Buy-Just-Cause-Download



GMA 900

The GMA 900 was the first GMA chipset produced, and was incorporated in the Intel i910G, i915G, and i915Gx chipsets. Versions of these same chipsets without GMA dropped the "G" from the end of their name. The GMA 900 was basic even by contemporary standards, and lacks support for Hardware Transform and Lighting (T&L), emulating this functionality in software.

The GMA 900 has four pixel pipelines running at a core clock rate of 333 MHz, and a RAMDAC at 400 MHz. This allows it a peak pixel fillrate performance of 1333 MPixel/s. Although this is a reasonable rate, comparable to contemporary mid-range cards, the lack of T&L support means that most games running on the GMA 900 will do so slowly.

The GMA 900 also offered hardware support for MPEG-2 video decoding, color-space conversion and DirectDraw overlay.

Mobile chipsets based on GMA 900 core have 2 different core speeds, which are documented as 2D Display core and 3D Render core. To further complicate matters, certain core speed settings are only available in specific CPU front side bus, memory speed, core voltage combinations.

From that I'd say no.