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Topic # 60056 17-Apr-2010 17:41
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hey guys

I have just brought assassins creed (1) on pc.
I meet all the specs to high apart from the videocard. I have the Intel 4500hd. Now before you say anything yes I am getting a videocard ATI5770 when i've got the money.

Anyway I've looked on youtube and found people playing it on better graphcs than me whit lower specs apart from the videocard (they had the same). I can play it but on low and it's still bad.

The gma4500hd has dx10.


Also do you know where to get a cheap ATI 5770 I can get it for $280

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  Reply # 319711 17-Apr-2010 17:46
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Not answering your question, but... I've changed the subject on your post. Please read our Forum Usage Guidelines. Please create meaningful subjects. If subjects are not meaningful it means less people will bother reading your posts.

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  Reply # 319723 17-Apr-2010 18:23
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When I purchased my 5770 in January I paid $289.00 for it. Now it seems to be going for $279.00 on the same site which is basically what you wanted to pay: 

But if you check PriceSpy you may find another decent one for cheaper:,531,6716&o=produkt_pris_inkmoms#prodlista 

Sorry, I can't answer your question about Assassin's Creed as I don't own the game. 

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  Reply # 320068 18-Apr-2010 22:54
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Looks like it's going for ~$260 these days

PS: I recommended you only buy from established reliable sellers, so that rules out the first 4 or so sellers.

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