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Started by Ellowee, 2016 Nov 21, 20:22:04
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Quote from: Dark_Twilight on 2016 Dec 01, 17:46:12Click on Start -> run -> type devmgmt.mscOr download GPU-z
Quote from: DrMurdershy on 2016 Dec 01, 18:54:58That or take a look inside your computer if it's a desktop.. or better yet, know your computer specs by heart! Real gamers know their specs by memory Just being honest here... I did get a new computer which is an upgrade from my last build I had so the specs i listed in my application are completely different now but still...Btw, easier way to get some of your computer specs is to go to your file browser (yellow folder) go to that monitor icon that displays all your folders, storage spaces etc.Right click, properties and then it'll show your processor and ram.But take Dark Twi's suggestion and quickly DL GPU-Z it'll display everything.
Quote from: DrMurdershy on 2016 Dec 01, 14:17:42What are you confused about? I could maybe help.
Quote from: tigergirl09 on 2016 Dec 02, 14:00:57Well there was a question saying to add your computer information and I only added the type of my computer and the intel core and that it has RADEON graphics. I am not sure if I mentioned that I use windows
Quote from: Dark_Twilight on 2016 Nov 30, 18:30:14No point with making benchmarks. First off public releases havent had any fancy graphic options settings and as for the benchmark, for that all they have to do is try the game on 8+ year old rig with low specs and it will be no brainer that anything above will work. Dont know about latest builds but from previous public tests it worked just fine on 512MB opengl 4.0 GPU, so the question is if it will work with GPU's with opengl 3.x and below. For example Intel Extreme Graphics 2 had problems like no textures Spoiler: showhttp://forum.legendsofequestria.com/index.php?topic=8653.msg665694#msg665694As for minimum ammount of ram well it all depends how much stuff people are running in the background, some have <2GB, others more, but in the end if someone has at least 1GB or more free RAM (not counting in use by system) it should be ok.Also the big factor is ammount of people around you since this IS a MMO after all. The more people around you (on your screen) the higher the demand. So in the end a benchmark would not be of much use. As for minimum specs, if there will be anything mentioned, it will still be dependant by the people near you.
Quote from: Asriel on 2016 Dec 03, 11:54:33A better pitch would have been if you could test it on multiple platforms. For example, I have a Linux machine, so due to the relative lack of testers, I am more likely (statistically) of getting in.
Quote from: inum76 on 2016 Dec 04, 21:05:12Way to stay positive about your chances. And I agree, I think they would indeed be selecting from a variety of testers. Your setup may not be as much the norm as mine likely is, so I am sure you would be near retroactively selected, just for that alone, if it is all that unique. Me, I am sure I have a generic setup. I am running on a (an old non VR ready) gaming laptop, running Windows 8.1, an older i7 and older Nivida chip. Other than not being VR ready, it can play many 3D games quite well. It has little trouble with most any 2014 game. No Man's Sky, is one It can't play, as a newer game.So, I got something good (good enough to play this, I am sure), though not a stand-out setup. Should be interesting to see if I get selected within the next few days. To those that do get in, cheers!
Quote from: AdrenalineRush26 on 2016 Dec 05, 14:26:47So the LAR starts in a week. And it's been 2 weeks since the LAR Applications closed. Does this mean we should be hearing back today?
Quote from: Flittur on 2016 Dec 05, 01:57:27Doubt it's your PC, No Man's Sky is just inherently optimised badly, it's one of the most disappointing PC games i've ever played. Refunded it
Quote from: DrMurdershy on 2016 Dec 05, 16:09:23Ya never know mate.They could today, tmrw, the day after tmrw.. like I said, it could happen anytime.I've been waiting patiently myself and have been wondering all this time rather who has been chosen for LAR. Well, hopefully in a few days or less that wait will be over and they may make an announcement saying they've looked all the Applications over and have made their decisions.Just keep checking your inboxes guys cause you may find that golden letter from LoE Staff saying "Congratulations".
Quote from: Dark_Twilight on 2016 Dec 05, 16:23:34Actually it IS your PC. No Man's Sky requires GPU with OpenGL 4.5Well in a week all will be known and most likely when someone get a PM i bet one of the first people will write it here that he/she did
Quote from: DrMurdershy on 2016 Dec 05, 17:13:58No doubt someone that was chosen will be Hyper and be like "I was chosen!"
Quote from: Asriel on 2016 Dec 05, 19:13:12That's what I'm counting on. That way, even if they don't send out rejection notices, I will still know for sure.
Quote from: Flittur on 2016 Dec 05, 19:13:01Tested it on the following systems and it ran like trash on all of them.i7 4790, R9 290X, 24GB RAM5700HQ, GTX 980M, 32GB RAM6700HQ, GTX 960M, 32GB RAMThe game is terribly optimised.
Quote from: DrMurdershy on 2016 Dec 05, 19:52:21I know, everyone's getting excited and impatient. Myself included. But, I'll be honest that I know that I didn't make it. I'll be surprised tbh if I did considering HOW many people applied cause they could only grant access to a handful like say.. over 100 maybe? or more. Who knows what the server capacity is without it going crazy.
Quote from: OtakuMegane on 2016 Dec 05, 21:15:48i5 3570, GTX 760, 32GB RAMIt obviously isn't as optimized as it could be but I don't really have significant problems outside of the SCC dance parties. Complex areas like parts of Cantermore can be a bit laggy or a dozen spells being cast at once but otherwise it runs well for me.From previous OSEs, the capacity is a couple hundred at least. And remember this isn't just a brief weekend, the server will be up indefinitely so short of calling for a stress test you would normally not have a lot of players on at once.
Quote from: Flittur on 2016 Dec 05, 21:20:59Talking about no man's sky, personally I think LOE seems decently optimized, though it can't really be that demanding due to what it is.