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Hi there,

 

After watching plenty of videos by Stealth17, it made me really want to buy this game, and I'm very excited about the upcoming campaign mode.

However, I was wondering if my all-round purpose laptop could handle it...

That's the "beast": https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06094196#AbT0

 

Could you please let me know if that could do the job before I purchase the game?

 

Thanks a lot!

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1 hour ago, Fracapouille said:

Hi there,

 

After watching plenty of videos by Stealth17, it made me really want to buy this game, and I'm very excited about the upcoming campaign mode.

However, I was wondering if my all-round purpose laptop could handle it...

That's the "beast": https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06094196#AbT0

 

Could you please let me know if that could do the job before I purchase the game?

 

Thanks a lot!

Greetings Admiral!

Unfortunately NVIDIA® GeForce® MX130 is a bottleneck here, I'm afraid this videocard cannot run the game well.

The game will most likely work, optionally setting non-maximal settings at startup will be necessary.

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I have a very similar question, I am VERY interested in your game however before buying it I was wondering if my desktop could reasonably run it. It was pretty powerful, when I built it... 8 years ago. It is running a 1st generation i7 sandy bridge E processor at 3.6 GHz and has 32 Gigs of DDR3 ram, the graphics card is a AMD 6970 with I think 2 gigs of on board memory. I have a 2.5" SSD for my program files, but there are probably much faster ones currently.

I was wondering if that is enough to run your game, my max monitor resolution is 1920x1080 but if I have to run the game lower than that I am ok with it.

Thanks for the help

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10 hours ago, Third said:

I have a very similar question, I am VERY interested in your game however before buying it I was wondering if my desktop could reasonably run it. It was pretty powerful, when I built it... 8 years ago. It is running a 1st generation i7 sandy bridge E processor at 3.6 GHz and has 32 Gigs of DDR3 ram, the graphics card is a AMD 6970 with I think 2 gigs of on board memory. I have a 2.5" SSD for my program files, but there are probably much faster ones currently.

I was wondering if that is enough to run your game, my max monitor resolution is 1920x1080 but if I have to run the game lower than that I am ok with it.

Thanks for the help

Greetings Admiral! You should be fine to run the game

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17 hours ago, Ink said:

Greetings Admiral! You should be fine to run the game

Thanks for the fast response. Also just giving credit where credit is due, I got interested in your game after binge watching some of Stealth17's videos also.

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Thanks for the advice Ink, I just downloaded the game and was playing around with it for a few hours. Considering that I felt I barely meet your min system requirements I was surprised that it ran fine when I chose "good" graphics quality, and 1920 x 1080 resolution.

I didn't monitor temperatures (I need to find a way I trust to do that, speedfan has been giving me some really strange readings in the past few years...) but my computer was quieter than when I ran GTAV or Crysis recently (I think that was mostly due to GPU fan) and according to the task manager (which I had open in a 2nd monitor) my CPU barely broke a sweat, it was never above 30%, though that may be because the game was only using one of its four cores.

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6 hours ago, Third said:

Thanks for the advice Ink, I just downloaded the game and was playing around with it for a few hours. Considering that I felt I barely meet your min system requirements I was surprised that it ran fine when I chose "good" graphics quality, and 1920 x 1080 resolution.

I didn't monitor temperatures (I need to find a way I trust to do that, speedfan has been giving me some really strange readings in the past few years...) but my computer was quieter than when I ran GTAV or Crysis recently (I think that was mostly due to GPU fan) and according to the task manager (which I had open in a 2nd monitor) my CPU barely broke a sweat, it was never above 30%, though that may be because the game was only using one of its four cores.

Nice to hear that, Admiral!

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