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first time i tried the hangar module today and windows ask me to change colour scheme to basic, when i launch the hangar module to me it feels playable but has occasional laggy movement especially when changing directions, im not sure if its due to pre alpha or ealry stage of the game or its my build that cannot compensate which if its the latter i think i will struggle to to play decently, anyways here is my pc build:

 

OS: windows 7 ultimate 64-bit

processor: intel® core i5 CPU 760@2.80GHz (4CPUs), ~2.8GHz

memory: 4096mb RAM

directX version: 11

 

Nvidia geforce GTX460

approx total memory 2768MB

Current display mode: 1920x1080 (32bit) (60Hz)

 

my pc knowledge i would describe it as basic to intermediate so please be patient if i did not provide all the details needed.

 

i would be happy if my current set-up would suffice until the full game comes out as i know pc hardware and software gets upgrade so often in space of a year then maybe i can build a good one for the full game.

 

out of topic still cant decide whether to invest now on a good hota or again same reason to hold out until full game launch and maybe a controller SC specific comes out.

 

thanks in advance for all the suggestions and answers.

 

l2ye

 

 

 

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According to the hangar page, the minimum requirements are as follows:

 

  • Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
  • DirectX 11 graphics card with 1GB Video RAM
  • Quad core CPU
  • 8GB Memory

This is, of course, the hangar requirements, but it's a good ballpark figure. Like Cyberian said: upgrade your RAM and GPU. Your current GPU is old but barely passable (because it has DirectX 11 and 2GB onboard VRAM, the client will at least try to run). Your system RAM needs to be doubled before you hit minimum requirements for memory, however. I personally would say you should just go up to 16GB if it fits in your budget.

 

Upgrade your RAM first, but until you get a new card, you will be running graphics at low.

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thanks for quick reply @CyberianK

 

next query is my current motherboard is Asus P7p55d-E, do the current GPU's in market still compatible with my motherboard do does it need upgrade aswell?

 

i have 2 more slots for RAM so this can be upgraded

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RAM: Should be at least 8-16gb (I'm suggesting 16 if your planning to play on Maximum settings - I mean this on full release and not on DFM)

HDD/SDD: I suggest getting at least 1 TB of HDD space and/or 120-240 GB of SDD

GPU: Depending on how much your willing to spend you can buy a GTX 660 or if you have some cash to spare then either get a 770 or 780

 

Oh I also forgot - Remember to think of your cooling and power supply if your thinking about doing major upgrading on your rig. (Though I wouldn't suggest a full upgrade till end of 2015 or start of 2016.)

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according to dxdiag (thanks skyrobo1 for telling me this) my BIOS date is 08/27/10 ver 8.00.15, i honestly dont know how to update this so will google it now, for now i will update BIOS (going to search how to first) and buy RAM to 16 like PAsta and Skyrobo1 suggested.

 

im looking into palit Geforc GTX 760 2GB (not sure if it will fit my tower (using ANTEC FANBOY air chassis).

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current GPUs run

 

Board has PCIe version 2.0 instead of 3.0

only makes ~5% performance difference for a Titan though, much less to none with lower performance GPU

sorry CyberianK this is all latin to me lol, am i right to assume you meant my motherboard is still okay? or it is the opposite?

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