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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Toddy, Mar 16, 2016.
Hi guys I'm just wondering what the system requirements for rise of agon?
Most likely the same as regular DFO. If anything, you may be able to run it with less system power after they optimize the game.
Here is a general rule of thumb when wanting to run computer games in 2009:
-4-8gb of ram
-3.0+ GHZ cpu (lots more that goes into the CPU specs, but speed is really important, and so is INTEL chipsets)
-2gb memory graphics card, with a decent speed
Anything else is really subjective. You may want a good sound card, as I am sure they may not be able to fix the sound issues unless they completely reform the whole process.
2GB of graphics memory is not needed at all.
My game performance was almost identical with the 9800gtx(500MB memory) and my previous 560ti (1GB) and now my 770(2GB) due to same CPU. CPU clock speed was the most dominating factor back then and probably is today.
Edit: This is based on turning shadows off.
The ones with best fps back in 2012 was the people with i7 2600K above 4GHz. New intel's with similar or higher speeds would most likely give better results.
I don't know if this was a myth or not, but I heard that having a good sound card (as in not integrated) ups the performance so much more during huge fights because the game has to load so many sounds all the time.
Check out the standalone. It'll give you a very rough estimate if you're able to run the game effectively. The standalone is poorly optimised and not very demanding as there are no mega sieges, but you can get an idea of how it'll work.
I believe it. You used to get massive network and fps gains in giant sieges by disabling sounds altogether, until AV made that impossible to do. After that change, giant fights were never playable. This game client was always cpu-bound, a good sound card can take some of the processing burden off of the cpu.
I still remember playing this game on a 8800 GTX. And an old CPU. Alot of old rigs can easily play the game with new optimization
There was also a memory leak involving mana lend spell. Made your RAM fill up quick. They fixed it but memory leaknage was still there just not as severe.
I'd get at least 8gb RAM, 16 is optimal. You also gotta think ahead: browsers take some ram, Google Chrome being the worst. Maybe youll be playing another game while harvesting. Or running multiple DFO clients. Just a heads up. RAM is cheap
Gpu memory depends on the res you gonna run.
But a normal newer computer would have no truble running darkfall heck my old intel pentium one core at 3 ghz workt great for farming 45 ish fps
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The darkfall engine really likes intel cpus over amd, because intel cpus have more actions per clock/ more horsepower per core than amd.
Core Duo 2ghz
Nvidia GTX 8600 or AMD HD 4850
15 GB Free Space
I5 2.8 ghz
8 GB DDR3
Nvidia GTX 460 or AMD 6850
SSD with at least 15 gb free space
I'm using a computer I built for $450 in 2012, and the worthless computer I used before that was capable of running DFO if that gives you any idea.
Let me just teleport to the year 2018 and I'll let you know.
Whats up guys, just wondering if anyone could tell me whether or not my old Envy laptop will be able to run the game; here's the specs:
1.6-GHz Intel Core i7-720QM
8 GB ram
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 1 GB
I've still got my old tower that I used to run the game on, but I'd like to be able to use the laptop as well if it's possible.
Thanks for any help.
What? It's about having the best quality experience possible. Why gimp any part of the graphics? On the other hand, one could say that it didn't matter if you had 1mb or 100,000 mb of graphics memory if your card was an AMD, because they couldn't run shadows in DFO properly.
In my opinion,laptops are the worst choice for gaming.
Surely there're gaming laptops,but hey,quite expensive.
Im not an expert,so i will just bump it for ya.
i would imagine very similar to what it was in 2009 ,.,.,
Running this game on a solid-state HD is literally game changing in large scale combat/ship combat.
Can't afford much more than my crappy old laptop at the moment. Hopefully I still have the minimum reqs to play, but I know sieges are going to suck
true elves do not need fancy computers to kill the dorf scum