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Discussion in 'Troubleshooting: Bugs, Questions and Support' started by Zack88, May 20, 2020.

  1. Zack88

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    Hello download the game on a new laptop and will play for about 5 min and then force close any advance would be appreciated.
    Thank you
     
  2. MrCin

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    What is the make and model? Laptops, especially business ones, aren't usually the best way to go with BeamNG.
     
  3. Crazy Killer

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    What's your laptop specs?
     
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    One, I wouldn't recommend gaming on intel intergrated graphics, please use something more powerful,
    two, intel intergrated graphics are having some problems with BNG rn(not your specified series, but still)
     
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  6. miangemidemon666

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    It won't work Beamng with this low-end graphics card
    I recommend Rig of Rods
     
  7. Zack88

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    Ok thank you
     
  8. P_enta

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    Yeah you are going to need at least a GTX 1050 to play beamng at any suitable level.
     
  9. 98crownvic

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    Not really, maybe you won't have all your graphics all maxed out, but you don't require a GTX 1050.

    Integrated graphics aren't awesome for BeamNG, though, that's for sure.
     
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  10. Phym

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    You actually need a 970 for the bare minimum
     
  11. Taza

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    I played beam for 4 years on an 860M, which was close to a desktop 750TI in performance. I wasn't even running the lowest settings, so a 970 is definitely overkill "for the bare minimum".
     
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  12. Phym

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    Well, for the game to run "smoothly" I guess then.
     
  13. ManfredE3

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    Same here but with a 745M
     
  14. 98crownvic

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    I've even ran BeamNG on an old Compaq from 2009 with a Celeron processor and integrated graphics. I only got two frames per second, but if I could run it on that piece of crap, it seems like the game would be playable on something a lot less than a 970. I guess one would have a different definition of playable depending on what you're used to, though. I used to be thrilled to get 20 FPS in a game, and now I can barely do anything under 55.
     
  15. Phym

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    A 970 is the recommended GPU, but I was able to boot the game up on a 10 year old Core i7 with integrated graphics so...
     
  16. miangemidemon666

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    You can buy a more powerful PC with for example
    • i9-9900k
    • 32gb ram
    • 512gb ssd + 2tb 7200rpm hard disk
    • RTX 2080
    for $3,000
     
  17. 98crownvic

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    Yeah, you can? I use a different computer now, if that's why you posted that.
     
  18. ManfredE3

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    Why stop at a 2080 you peasant? You could just go for dual RTX 8000...

    My point is why would you tell anyone to get a computer that costs more than my car and my speed boat combined?.. My 2700X/1660ti runs anything I want at max graphics, I really don't see the point in more unless you want VR
     
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  19. miangemidemon666

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    yes a 48GB GDDR6 card RTX 8000 for $7,000 + intel i9-10980xe + all (128gb ram, 240hz 24" 1920x1080) = $15,000 ULTRA XTREME PC
    250fps in BEAMNg in ultra
    $15,000 equivalent of 2004 FORD Pickup V10 (F-450)
     
  20. miangemidemon666

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    For old potato PC (2013)
    intel core i7 2nd gen
    DDR2-800 4gb x 2 = 8gb ram
    200gb 7200rpm
    1gb vram
    Windows 8.0
    for $79
     
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