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Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by Rainvest, Nov 1, 2017.

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  1. iTzPolipolo

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    idk/10
    GTX 850m
     
  2. lyndon123

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    yeah my cpu sucks, but it does the job. anyway, anythings better than a pentinum d hp. my pc was mainly made up of bit of pc lying around my room and the cpu was dirt cheap off amazon when i got it. i got the 2 gb version of the card bc i got it just after the sale on amazon
     
  3. Gnarlex™

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    oh, okay.
     
  4. 98crownvic

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    I’m pretty sure my laptop doesn’t even have a graphics card. Or if it does, it’s a super crappy and cheap one.


    Now, please, if I’m wrong, don’t come yelling at me

    iF yOr cOpmTuer hAs a sCreen iT haS a gRafIcs KaRd

    I really don’t know much about computers, except that it’s expensive to build one that actually runs BeamNG.

    That’s why I only have the techdemo
     
  5. workclock1©

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    We have something in common, I do that sometimes when I’m taking really good screenshots
     
  6. FS16

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    An MSI 1070. Got about a year ago
     
  7. gtoredga

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    Msi 1080 gaming x plus
     
  8. Codeslamer

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    Your computer probably has intergrated graphics where the CPU deals with the GPU processes. I think there are some motherboards that have graphics chips built onto them aswell.

    Also, depending on what you consider expensive, it's actually not that expensive to build, or even buy a computer that can run Beam. Nowadays, you can probably build a PC that can run BeamNG well, as well as run most, if not all newer games fairly well for about £400-500. I spend about £600 3 years ago, and it runs BeamNG mostly fine. Now that GPU's like the 1060 exist, you can make a much more powerful computer for much cheaper than that
     
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  9. 98crownvic

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    Eh, that’s fairly expensive to me. But, now I know more about my computer.
     
  10. Raft

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    now: msi 1050ti @ ~30 degrees celsius idle
    before: msi 750ti @ 26 degrees celsius idle
    before 2: xfx gt630 1gb @ 110 degrees celsius, the thermal paste on that thing probably became dust
     
  11. Dean Wang

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    what 8gb
     
  12. Ernest1

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    GTX 1060 6GB
    Nvidia
     
  13. Joeyfuller2000

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    I like my new EVGA GeForce 740 GDDR5 4GB Superclocked.
    Runs BeamNG at 30fps on most maps at 1440x900 on low settings, but it's way better than Intel HD graphics.
    Also GTA 5 runs 30fps on medium settings in windowed mode, at 1366x768.
    16 GB DDR3
    Intel Core i7 3770
     
  14. Hemi

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    Fury X feat. R9 290 for folding@home.
     
  15. spavatch

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    Dual HD7970s, they run most games I play just fine.
     
  16. kaotik_inc

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    Currently an RX470 8gb OC, upgrading again soon though. Most likely the equivalent RX580.
     
  17. blueshift

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    4 GB R9 380, or as some prefer to call it, a space heater*. More or less a direct competitor of the 960.

    *This name came from older AMD processors and some Radeon GPUs running rather hot
     
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  18. Godzilla!

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    gtx 970 oc
     
  19. BannedByAndroid

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    GT 720M. Yes, I'm on a laptop.
     
  20. BradNG Drive

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    GTX 1050 cheap and powerful
     
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