Paul_UK wrote:OXO wrote:Mikko wrote:Is there any chance of getting system requirements before the release? I suppose my 10 years old PC is a bit outdated so I might as well upgrade it in good time
We suggest a dedicated GPU with 1gb and a i5 or i7 is ok.
The GPU should have benchmark (http://www.videocardbenchmark.net) result of 1000 minimum. 4000 is very good, and 8000 perfect. As always more is better
An onboard GPU is usable, but with severely reduced graphics settings.
The 8 year old system still has life in it yet then. I've an old i7 930 (@4.2) and a GTX780 (which is 7970 on those charts) so now I don't have a reason to build a new system......dammit
Genuine question. I am wanting to purchase a new monitor in the near future, focused mainly towards simming. I am looking at a screen with a resolution of 3440x1440 (ultra widescreen). Will Condor 2 be able to take advantage of this resolution? Little point me going ahead with the purchase otherwise. The new monitor may end up being the reason I need to build a new system I can't be bothered with multi screen setups at home and think this style of monitor the best compromise.
sebbil wrote:So, i think it could be ok
https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/d ... 2461712740
sadatoni wrote:My old machine is an i7-930 also (though at stock speeds - 2.8GHz), but with a GTX-660. I ran across a few sceneries it wouldn't run faster than 1 FPS (some HD ones). So I upgraded a few months ago figuring it would be better to run Condor 2 on than the old machine, and I wanted to run those HD sceneries. It also has a weird problem of 100% disk usage for the first 10 minutes after it's been booted. I got tired of that even more than the 1 fps as it was a constant niggle.
So I'm even more pumped up for Condor 2 since my "new" GPU is rated around 12,000 (GTX-1080) and a 7th-gen I7.
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