Comment from: Me

hey,i have a toshiba laptop, would i be able to play it on this?

8th May 2011 @ 04:01
Comment from: This Guy!
This Guy!

Will the ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 5650 GPU (1GB VRAM) Graphics Card be okay?

17th May 2011 @ 12:29
Comment from: @Me

No, all Toshiba laptops come without hardware so you probably found you can't even turn it on.

7th June 2011 @ 06:28

Word is that Oblivion will have similar system requirements to the new up and coming Skyrim. Maybe just a little higher, but not too much... Is this a fair assumption?

Part of me wants to play it in all of it's glory the other part just wants at-it any way it can. I need to know the system requirements for Skyrim to finalize which PC rig I will get.

8th June 2011 @ 21:04
Comment from: mikie901

I doubt it will have the same requirements. Skyrim uses a whole new game engine than what was used in oblivion

13th June 2011 @ 01:51
Comment from: krashwar

i'm downloading oblivion as i type, just to get me hyped for skyrim.

my pc will almost certainly choke and die trying to run it, but i will buy it anyway, even if i have to enshrine it in my house for years before i can afford to build a new pc capable of playing it's glory.

27th June 2011 @ 19:03
Comment from: Damerpig92181

My dad just bought a MSI Wind Top AE2240 22" AIO Multitouch. I was wondering if i could run it with Intel HD Graphics Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0... Would be fun to play Oblivion in touch! :D

8th July 2011 @ 12:43
Comment from: Dragon

hey society whether I could play oblivion with the graphics card GeForce MX 4000

29th August 2011 @ 15:52
Comment from: elder scrolls
elder scrolls

will i be able to play with geforce 7000m 384mb non dedicated vram(supports directx 10 and pixel shader 3.0)? couldnt on win7 crashes after first movie but will i in xp?

2nd September 2011 @ 20:40
Comment from: noga

how can I run oblivion on win7?
thanks ^^

9th September 2011 @ 19:37
Comment from: lakica

i played this on 1,1 ghz procesor and i could play it :D

20th September 2011 @ 12:31
Comment from: Joe

I have a windows 7 3GB RAM, Pentium dual core with intel chipset G31/G33.

Will I be able to play Oblivion/Skyrim smoothly???

Pls assist :)

10th October 2011 @ 17:51
Comment from: Leo

@Joe The answer is yes, you pathetic noob. You have way over the recommended system requirements, read the article above, dammit. And next time remember to specify the video card in the PC specs, even if it is not a dedicated one.

25th October 2011 @ 08:06
Comment from: Kyle M
Kyle M

Hi, I'm a computer noob, will my comp run Oblivion OK? http://www.amazon.co.uk/shinobee-Gaming-Phenom-Microsoft-Windows/dp/B004B9PH36/ref=wl_it_dp_o_npd?ie=UTF8&coliid=IX0AHS00F27DS&colid=3LKM0RSOB3AYO

25th October 2011 @ 18:59
Comment from: Heyy

Any problems with oblivion on win7 x64 bit?

i have way over recomended specs
core i3
8gb ram
ATI Radeon 5470 2GB

If any probs on win 7 let me know please :)

28th October 2011 @ 23:43
sup XD

hey sup guys i built an ok rig ran out of money and couldnt get a decent cpu but here are my specs im kind of new but i can barely run metro 2033 and Crysis on like 30-35 Fps my specs:

Cpu: AMD Athlon II dualcore 215 @ 2.7 Ghz
Graphics: AMD Radeon 6870
Ram: 3gigs

would i be able to run it on high settings maybe?

10th November 2011 @ 01:10
Comment from: Raven Rasineni
Raven Rasineni

Can i play the game with a NVIDIA GeForce GT 525 M graphics card?

19th November 2011 @ 09:05
Comment from: Tal

does my computer meet the minimal requirements ??
Intel pentium 4 (2 cpu's) 3.06 Ghz
2 gigs of ram
nvidia 9500 gt with 512 mb of ram?

19th November 2011 @ 14:13
Comment from: Fred

Yes, it does, and goes over them actually, you should have no trouble running it :) im getting it on 2.1Ghz, 2 Gb RAM, 128Mb graphics and that meets the minimum so you should be fine.

22nd November 2011 @ 20:48
Comment from: Chris

Hi I have an Dell xps 400 with Pentium D 2.8ghz cpu, 3 gb of ram and an Nvidia 9400 GT express 512mb, running win 7 64 bit. Will I have any problems running Skyrim? My biggest concern is the older Pentium D cpu. Regards.

9th December 2011 @ 18:28
Comment from: chris

Hi, I have a XPS 400 with Pentium D 2.8 ghz cpu, 3 gb ram, an Nvidia 9400 GT express with 512 mb will I have any problem runnng Skyrim. My biggest concern is the older cpu. Regards

9th December 2011 @ 18:31
Comment from: David

so I just got a new acer for christmas, the AS5560-Sb653, (heres a link the the specs page: http://www.acer.com.tw/ac/en/US/content/model/LX.RNT02.057) and im deciding whether i want to get skyrim for my pc or ps3. my question is will it look and run its best on this laptop or the ps3? i'd like to play it on the computer, but if it would be better on the ps3 ill go that direction. What's your take?

18th December 2011 @ 20:52
Comment from: blockernine

here is my computer will it play this game?
Acer AX1430G-UW30P Desktop PC Bundle:

Key Features and Benefits:

AMD Dual-Core E-450 processor
1.65GHz, 1MB Cache

4GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 8GB)
Gives you the power to handle most power-hungry applications and tons of multimedia work

1TB SATA hard drive
Store 666,000 photos, 285,000 songs or 526 hours of HD video and more

16x SuperMulti DVD Burner
Watch movies, and read and write CDs and DVDs in multiple formats

10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
Connect to a broadband modem or wired broadband router with wired Ethernet

21.5" widescreen LCD display
Integrated AMD Radeon HD6320 graphics

19th December 2011 @ 21:32
Comment from: Vebjorn

Hi. i also have Dell XPS 400, Can i runn skyrim Elder scrolls good?? dont know mutch about computers at all :S PLS answer me? if not i change to ps3 but hate bugs...

The XPS is toataly orginal and I have windows 7 and XP CD who suld i use ?

25th December 2011 @ 17:06
Comment from: ZetsuBozu

Pardon me, but will a current-generation ultraportable be able to handle Oblivion on high detail? Just wondering, as I can manage to run older games (such as the original Modern Warfare) on relatively high settings.

I'm using an Asus 1215B with 4GB RAM, an AMD CPU/GPU combo (E-450 CPU & Radeon HD 6320).

I realize that this is by no means a decent gaming rig. I'm just wondering whether or not I'll be able to run something other than a word processor or a web browser during my free periods.

Thanks, everyone.

1st January 2012 @ 16:18
Comment from: Johnny

AMD Athlon Processor 2650e 1.60 GHz 2.0 GB RAM 64 bit with a ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics card.

This was a free gift from work so I was not expecting much, but I was pleasantly surprised it plays Oblivion just fine no issues at all. What are the chances it will play Skyrim also?

9th January 2012 @ 00:36
Comment from: dagger of madness
dagger of madness

for an easy way to figure out if oblivion is capable of playing on your computer, go to Google and type in can you run it. click on the first result. once the page has loaded, type in oblivion in the search box and click the "can you run it?" button. note: for this part, you MUST have java or this wont work. once the page pops up, wait a bit until it redirects you to the next page. once that page appears, you can see a basic description on a picture of whether you computer can run the game or not. if you continue down, and pass the ad that is there, you can see a more in-depth description to see which parts of your computer you need to upgrade including your video card, ram, sound card, etc. note: if you have an Intel graphics card, the game will probably work because the game apparently doesn't have knowledge of them. it might pop up for others who have intel cards but it doesnt with mine. my graphics card is an Intel(R) HD Graphics Family.

Happy gaming!

12th January 2012 @ 02:59
Comment from: linas

hi coud i play this game if my processor is genuine intel (R) CPU T2080 @ 1.73 GHz?

11th February 2012 @ 14:07
Comment from: linas  

can i play this game with 1,73 GHz processor?

11th February 2012 @ 14:11
Comment from: NiceScrape

Nice post, I love this blog.

13th May 2012 @ 07:18
Comment from: Fang  

Hello, I just got a computer
I am not worried about most components, only the video card, is the intel one good enough?
This is what I have, I am not sure if this is a direct 3d video card or not, it has enough memory


Display adapter type Intel(R) HD Graphics
Total available graphics memory 1696 MB
Dedicated graphics memory 64 MB
Dedicated system memory 0 MB
Shared system memory 1632 MB
Display adapter driver version
Primary monitor resolution 1366x768
DirectX version DirectX 10

17th May 2012 @ 05:05
Comment from: matthew branch
matthew branch

can i run oblivion with these specs?

dell dimension e521
nvidia geforce 6150 le
1.0 gb of RAM
pixel/vertex shader 2.0

11th July 2012 @ 05:11

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