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Dear OWI Team and server owners, since the WIKI doesn't reveal any information I'm curious what are the server requirements to smoothly run a 40vs40 server? For my startup I have a Linux(Ubuntu 16.04 LTS) test server that is idling most of the night hours so I'm thinking to maybe put it to good use but I'm not sure what requirements you have in terms of CPU Cores (virtual and dedicated) and RAM. Bandwidth is no issue on any of my servers. Thank you.
I downloaded the Squad SDK(Epic Launcher) today and after 3 hours of initialization and loading, I got an error at 96%. This is so much frustrating. I couldn't have the chance to read or screenshot the error as another error followed it said "out of video memory" and the graphics driver crashed horribly. The display didn't recover and I had to restart PC. I don't know what's the issue here. I read in a wiki SDK recommends a minimum of 16gb ram but I don't think that would cause graphics driver to crash. Can you please mention the hardware recommendation for the SDK specifically because I think I'm lacking many things to run the SDK successfully. At least mention the HDD space and Graphic memory requirements. Current configuration: AMD FX-8320 @ 3.5ghz 8GB DDR3 RAM GTX 1060 6GB 100GB free space in HDD 550watt PSU
I was thinking about getting the game and wanted to know how well I could run it. Specs: Intel I7 quad core - 3630QM CPU @ 2.40ghz 8gb ram GTX 660M direct X 12 248 gb free memory .... If I can't run it may you suggest what upgrades I should get. Thank you.
DrBojangless posted a topic in QuestionsHi I'm pretty new to pc gaming and am waiting on my new pc to ship. I was just curious how well my pc will be able to run this game as I have been excited about it for a while now. i have a Intel(R) Core™ Processor i5-6600K 3.50GHz 6MB Intel Smart Cache. and a GeForce(R) GTX 980 4GB GDDR5 (Maxwell). I have seen a lot of people complaining about optimization and such, so I'm just curious if I should get this game, and what type of performance i would be looking at if i did. It looks amazing. Thnaks guys i appreciate helping a pc noob.
So I'm well aware that the game is in pre-pre alpha. And many things still need to be worked out before polishing out or optimization even begins to come into place. However, this concerns me a bit as a backer who has proudly dished in $100. Are there any general minimum system requirements that you guys believe or know could run SQUAD? Nothing specific, just broad overview. I know UE4 fares well with a broad range of machines but I need some reassurance. It would suck if I back it, yet I struggle to play/test it. Here are my specs: Before I put it down. I currently run a laptop as I'm on the move often. Please refrain from derailing the topic into flame wars about what's better or not. Believe me, when I settle down, it's all self built desktop rig from there. OS: Windows 8.1 HDD: 1 TB + 24GB SSD (Hybrid Drive) RAM: 16GB DDR3-L 1600 MHz Kingston CPU: Intel Core i5-4200H 2.8GHz (Turbo 3.4GHz) GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M 2GB GDDR5 (mobile equivalent of the desktop GTX 750Ti; almost par to par the same)