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Right. My computer has a 1.84 gigahertz processor,..

 
 
 
scruffy asks: Added Jun 30th 2006, ID #60130

Question for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Right. My computer has a 1.84 gigahertz processor, but the official 'minimum requirements' say a 2 gigahertz processor is needed. Would I have any chance of playing Oblivion on this PC without upgrading it? And, if so, will the game run extremely slowly, or will it be almost as good as on a 2 gigahertz processor?
It matches the other requirements, and I have Morrowind - so I REALLY want to play this Elder Scrolls game!
 
 

 
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Amalexa Hater 2 answered:
Added 24th Feb 2007, ID #173687
IF it runs it will go really really slow and it probably wont work
 
 
 
 
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