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How well could I run Space Engineers

Discussion in 'General' started by johngerges582, Oct 8, 2015.

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  1. johngerges582

    johngerges582 Trainee Engineer

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    How well could an i5 4590 and an r9 380 (4gb model) run the game.
     
  2. Caesar15 2

    Caesar15 2 Trainee Engineer

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    Quite well.
     
  3. johngerges582

    johngerges582 Trainee Engineer

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    Like how well?
     
  4. Mix-martes86

    Mix-martes86 Senior Engineer

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    Well enough considering that everyone has suffered a performance hit at one point or another, specially when doing massive stuff. But that rig is definitely big. Bigger than mine.

    Cheers
     
  5. johngerges582

    johngerges582 Trainee Engineer

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    I really appreciate the help. I just wasn't sure how well this game would run with AMD, as I've heard various rumors. Although I've heard that the game is mostly CPU dependent.
     
  6. Dwarf-Lord Pangolin

    Dwarf-Lord Pangolin Senior Engineer

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    My card is an AMD and I haven't noticed any issues, for whatever that's worth.
     
  7. DarkGhost

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    Running on an entire AMD-rig myself which is less powerful than yours and it runs fine, so ...
    How much RAM do you have, though ?
     
  8. johngerges582

    johngerges582 Trainee Engineer

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    Just 8gb which should be enough. Being a Star Wars geek I orriginaly had this build planned out for the new battlefront. Which apparently wants you to have 16gb as the recommended.

    Watching the beta gameplay seemed underwhelming though.
     
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