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Discussion in 'Technical Discussion & Support' started by Professor Pew, Apr 17, 2013.
Never trust CYRI. Said my cousin couldn't run Terraria. Yes Terraria...
Terraria best game ever
67 hours later, still not anywhere done with it.
Well, I pre-ordered LL this afternoon ... CYRI says I can run on minimum, that's what I was hoping for when 4A 'promised' that if Metro:2033 ran OK on your rig, playing LL was (just) possible.
If not, I'll just have to buy a new PC
I did the CYRI test for my laptop, and im right in between minimum and recommended. Now before you scream at me for having a gaming laptop its not my primary gaming device, mostly i will be playing on my desktop. Anyway I have a gtx 675m in it and that is the only thing holding me back from recommended. I don't know how to paste the results in spoilers, or i would(if anyone wants to tell me how, i would be much obliged) my question is, how will the game look on it? The laptop is an alienware m18x in case that matters, it was a gift.
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I think that worked. Well guys/girls, how will the laptop run it? Any advice on what i should enable/disable?
ETA: ok so the img link didnt work, so i just linked the url, i think if you click on it it should give my information. Sorry, im slow at this stuff.
try running with dx 11 off and shadows at medium.
Skaara, if you're ever unsure about your PC's specs, then just click on the Start button and search for "dxdiag" (without the quotes, obviously) and run it. It will tell you a lot about your PC if you are unsure about what's inside it, although it doesn't tell you what motherboard you have. If you ever need to find that out, I guess you could just open up your PC or launch BIOS.
Install PC Wizard, it will list everything that's in your PC ; mother board, video card, memory, speeds, frequencies, temperatures, drivers, versions ...
It's on cpuid.com but I'm not allowed to post URLs hwell:
I get 60 FPS w/ Vsync using a GTX 670
Hey I get a solid 60fps with VSync and recording with Fraps... If you wan't to see the 'evidence' for whatever reason, go to my youtube channel 'SamPlayPC' and its up there, these are my pc specs:
intel i7 3770k
palit Nvidia Geforce GTX 670
16gb DDR3 RAM
2TB SATA Hard drive
Thanks, this is my first post to the forum
Minimum requirements are actually surprisingly low (not talking about optimum requirements, that's a different story). But you can really enjoy the game on quite high graphics settings as long as you disable PhysX setting.
I could play on almost high settings with 25-35 FPS with Intel dual core E5300, 2GB RAM and ASUS 9800GT 512MB (PhysX setting turned off of course)