Are your drivers up to date?
Are your drivers up to date?
Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
i7 2600 stock freq.
256GB SSD (where Windows/GW2 and WoW are on)
Playing 1920*1200 / 60 with 70+ FPS > all on high FXAA enabled and ultra shadows (max settings)
But i capped it @ 60 FPS and Vsync on, 60 is enough for any game.
Playing MMO's since 1997 ®
Ultima Online > Everquest > Dark Age of Camelot > Lineage 2 > World of Warcraft.
In between ofcourse all the other MMOs u can name. Those above spend atleast 1 year.
Running HD7970 overclocked on 12.8 drivers with i7 2600k 3.4ghz
FPS on best appearance is great everywhere, with dips in Lion's Arch.
Just did WvW last night, was in the area where it snows, FPS was dropping as low as 20 -_-
Do AMD cards just suck for this game or what?
Planning on buying a new laptop. Will this run it smoothly?
Intel ® Core ™ i7 Quad-Core 3610QM (Ivy Bridge)
Processor 2.3 GHz Frequency, Turbo Boost 3.3 GHz
Processor Cache 6 MB
RAM 8 GB, Type DDR3-1600 RAM
Graphics Card AMD Radeon ™ HD 7670M
Hey will my laptop run Guild Wars 2
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
AMD A8 3520M APU
5.6 GB RAM
AMD Radeon HD 6620G
I have GW2 on my wife & I's desktops. Everything is running great at the auto-detected settings. Haven't tried our laptops yet.
Pentium D 940
Core i5 2500k @ 4.8Ghz
Radeon 4850 (I know it's old)
Canyourunit says I can but I want to know what kind of performance I should expect to see using my ~3 year old laptop.
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T9600 @ 2.80GHz
4 Gigs of Ram
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4500/5100 Series
What kind of frame rates would I expect to see with settings on low in a pvp environment? At least 30+?
So here is my current computer.
CPU AMD Phenom™ II X4 945 Processor
RAM 2.1 GB (Will be getting a 4GB stick on sunday)
OS Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (build 7600), 32-bit
GPU ATI Radeon HD 5450
Disk Space 760.9 GB
Will I be able to run it on ok setting? Medium preferably Will be upgrading shortly but would love to be able to play the game before the upgrade.
Anyway to bypass this? I am computer illiterate...
Only way to bypass it is getting a 64-bit operating system.
I'm amazed so many people are actually able to hold up with stoneage PC's in there. I'm going mad with 30fps, how can you play with less?
Check out this tweak, I got about 10 more fps and faster processing from it.
By default Windows 7 uses different timers in the CPU to calculate stuff. HPET is the newest and best of these timers, but because of default combination of timers it takes longer time for CPU to keep up all the timers and sync between them. Forcing Windows to use HPET only improves performance and leads to greater FPS.
Download this windows timer tester and test your system before and then after the tweak below.
Steps to enable this tweak:
1. Enable HPET in BIOS. If you have HPET option in BIOS then your hardware can support HPET.
2. Enable HPET in Windows by giving this command in admin credential CMD:
bcdedit /set useplatformclock true
If you run into any issue you can just simply apply this command:
bcdedit /deletevalue useplatformclock
More information can be found here:
I'm new here
I would like to buy GW2, but I don't know my comp is good enough to play this game...
These are my parts:
Intel Pentium G620 Sandy Bridge
Vertex 3D Radeon 4850 DDR5 1GB
HDD Seagate 7200 Rpm
It's enough to play in HD on 21' monitor? And on minimum of medium details...?
I know I can forget about WvWvW, but what about normal PvP and PvE?