Can't even run Italy

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet

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    Mar 30, 2017
    I've had the game since late 2017, and I've had alot of fun with it. Even though my computer isn't the best, I could still run maps okay on potato settings. Any maps with trees would usually destroy my frames, but I liked shadows So I'd delete the trees and keep playing with smooth frames. Or, if it really came down to it, like on WCUSA, I'd turn off shadows and I could still play the map. But, Italy is different. The game crashes when I load it. I don't even get that far into loading before it just decides to quit on me. I tried absolute potato settings, like turning everything on lowest and/or off. It still wouldn't load. I don't really know much about computers, but I think I know my problem and that is my GPU. I have 64 MB of vram (I think that's what it is. I don't know. But it's what my GPU has of memory storage) and I know that isn't good. At all. I have an Intel i5 (I don't know what generation, and to be honest, I didn't know there were generations of CPUs until yesterday) and like 12 GB of ram. I think. I was wondering if there's any way to run Italy, or am I just screwed and I have to wait for optimization (or my new GPU that will be here in like a month).
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  2. Noah2001

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    Oct 5, 2013
    Well there's your problem. I'd say wait for that new GPU. No form of optimization will get
    Beam to run on 64MB of VRAM
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  3. fufsgfen

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    Jan 10, 2017
    It is not possible that you would have only 64MB of vram.

    Considering at time of Core 2 Duo, which was way before i5, I have 512MB of vram on lower range gaming GPU, this is more than 10 years ago.

    64MB of vram was at time when 3D just did start out, I think.

    This program can tell you exactly what is your GPU and what amount of memory it has:

    Now Italy does require more from GPU than other maps, especially vram, so it still is possible that your gpu is a problem here, you might need to get some used 1050Ti or something like that to upgrade with relatively small costs.
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