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What specs do u have?

#1
Well, the title says it all. I REALLY don't know why i opened this thread.
My PC specs are the following:
-CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @2.66 Ghz , 2.13 Ghz
-GPU : nVidia GeForce 8600 GT 512mb ddr3
-RAM : 2gb @667mhz ddr2
-Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-945GCM-S2L
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#2
-CPU i7 960 @ 3.2ghz (might consider bumping it up to 3.8ghz)
-RAM 6gb XSM3 1600mhz (a lot of people seem to have 8gb, but I don't feel the need to have any more)
-CPU cooler CoolIt A.L.C Domino (great cooling and reasonably quiet)
-GPU Asus Ares (Insane limited edition card)
-HDD Seagate Barracuda 1.5tb, 32mb cache, 7200 rpm (annoying, but has decent performance and LOADS of space)
-Case Antec 1200 (stunning looking, great air-flow, lots of space)
-PSU Corsair TX650w (very efficient)
-Motherboard Asus P6X5D-E (USB 3.0, 3 PCI express 2.0 lanes (x16, x16), support for up to 24gb RAM)

Might get an SSD and a new gpu at the end of the year (or the beginning of 2013), if my Dad allows it! Big Grin
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#3
CPU: Intel i3 2.4ghz 4 cores
GPU: ATI Mobility Raedon HD 5xxx 1 GB with GPL driver
RAM: 4gb
Motherboard: idk xD

Xonotic runs fine, I can use high in singleplayer and can record demos on ultra, not realtime though but still great :-)
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#4
Mine is probably around average for a gaming rig a few years old:

Primary
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Biostar TA790GX AM2+ motherboard
AM2+ AMD Phenom X4 Black Edition, 3GHz
4GB (2X 2GB sticks) GSkill DDR2 clocked at 1066MHz
Nvidia GRILLforce (Geforce that runs hot as hell) 9800GTX, 256 bit architecture, 1GB RAM
1 TB Seagate Barracuda

Gets the job done, though my GPU took some damage from a certain driver Nvidia released a few years ago so it doesn't perform as well as it should. It should also be noted that I have aftermarket cooling installed on my CPU (GeminII heatsink with aluminum fans) and GPU (Sparkle Calibre VDT2000, got it free with my card).


Secondary
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Integrated motherboard
MOS Technology 6510/8500 CPU, 1.023 MHz
64 kB onboard RAM
No GPU
Cassette drive with a bunch of 74 minute dual sided cassette tapes

I'll let you know if I find a way to make Xonotic run on it
ECKZBAWKZ HUGE LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS GOES HERE....


Oh wait.
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#5
You can see some of them in the-big-benchmark wiki.

Anyway my main:
CPU: C2D E8400 (cooled by Scythe Ninja Mini)
Mobo: Asus P5E-VM HDMI
RAM: 2x2 GB 800 MHz (A-data brand)
Card: Sapphire HD4850 non-reference
SSD: Crucial M4 64GB
HDD: WD5000AAKS
Case: A+ Blockbuster BAW (+mods)
PSU: Tacens Radix IV 500W

Secondary:
CPU: Athlon X2 7750BE
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-M61PM-S2
RAM: 2x2 GB 800 MHz (I think Kingston)
Card: Galaxy 7300GT GDDR3 Zalman
HDD: WD1600JS
Case: Foxconn TLM-022
PSU: Tracer BeCool "520W"
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#6
On my main system I have:
- C2D E8200 + Scythe Zipang 2 (semi-passive)
- Asus P5E-VM HDMI
- 2Gb PC6400
- 9600GT + Accelero S1
- Samsung HD501J
- Seasonic X-400
- Silverstone SG03, 2x 120mm Akasa fans (the only fans in the system) running ~800rpm

Avid readers will have noticed I also run this system....
- AMD Core i6-65FX X2 processor (oc'd at 4.2 Gigavolt, overvolted at 1.4 Hertz)
- Assus MASSIVE-SCRABBLE-SCORE-42i 'Faster than you noobs! Hell yeah!' with holes and plugs and things with possibly cooled westbridge
- DRR8 RAM of 1600 Gb, 3MHz
- Radeonforce 90000 dual Mb, 1024 slot graphics card with thermal underwear fan
- Terribly Bitten hard disk 3.5rpm, 7200 inch, £32 cash
- 128 millibyte Solidly Built Drive
- 6W Hottermistress, '70 Minus certified', shower supply, with all eighty X's!
- Rian-Ri fairly large mid-sixties tower block with LED cooling, liquid fans, USB removable tray and aluminium motherboard ports
- 24" DVD burner
- 20 speed monitor
- 2 button optical keyboard with wheels
- 105 button mouse, Dvorak layout
- 1.5 Holby digital surround sound with volumes
I'm at least a reasonably tolerable person to be around - Narcopic
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#7
Didn't want to make a new topic, so i guess this might be the right place to following question.
My second computer is dedicated to 3dfx cards (voodoo2 SLI & voodoo5 5500)
This may be stupid question, but has anyone tested how does these oldschool 3d-cards work with xonotic?
I know there is a lot of people who is using 3dfx for the nostalgic reasons as a hobby.
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#8
http://dev.xonotic.org/projects/xonotic/...quirements

Judging by this, barely on OMG, if at all.
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#9
(06-24-2012, 08:16 AM)xulL Wrote: This may be stupid question, but has anyone tested how does these oldschool 3d-cards work with xonotic?
Please find out. Big Grin

Run Xonotic/misc/tools/the-big-benchmark/the-big-benchmark and see what happens. What is the rest of this system like? In my experience a Geforce FX5600 is able to get the game running on tweaked low settings slowly so I really don't think you will get it working realistically at all.
I'm at least a reasonably tolerable person to be around - Narcopic
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#10
(06-24-2012, 09:21 AM)edh Wrote: What is the rest of this system like?

With voodoo2 SLI & voodoo5 5500 there is
2x 800Mhz PIII CPU's and 2GB of DRAM memory.

I guess it's quite difficult to get it work with playable frame rates, even in lowest settings as possible. I have to do some testings.
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#11
- HD-Audio Onboard
- Corsair Graphite 600T (case)
- 700W Coolermaster Silent Pro
- LG GH22NS50 22x DVD burner
- 1TB WD Caviar Black 64MB Cache, SATA3
- 8GB Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1333 CL9
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 1280MB - Gainward Phantom
- MSI P67A-GD80 B3, Intel P67
- Intel Core i7-2600K, 4x 3.40GHz
- Prolimatech Megahalems inkl. BeQuiet! PWM
- Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 Bit
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#12
(06-24-2012, 09:42 AM)xulL Wrote: With voodoo2 SLI & voodoo5 5500 there is
2x 800Mhz PIII CPU's and 2GB of DRAM memory.

I guess it's quite difficult to get it work with playable frame rates, even in lowest settings as possible. I have to do some testings.
I've done a lot of testing with a 2x1GHz Pentium 3 Tualatin and even when an FX5950 Ultra was shoehorned in it still would only average up to 35fps on OMG. With an FX5600 it's 30fps. You'll be down 20% on CPU and several hardware generations on graphics so I would think you'll be looking at single digits.

You will also lack OpenGL 2 support which does make the game rather difficult to play as warpzones are not rendered.

It would still be interesting to see for historic reasons! I would suggest trying OMG and low as well on the-big-benchmark. I currently hold the 2 lowest scores with some of the leftover computers at home:
http://dev.xonotic.org/projects/3/wiki/H...quirements
I'm at least a reasonably tolerable person to be around - Narcopic
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#13
Quote:What specs do u have?

I should still have one of these safety specs somewhere:

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"Yes, there was a spambot some time ago on these forums." - aa
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#14
updated specs : gfx ...BROKEN gt oc'ed 200mhz, playable game DOOM 1 with 10fps. idle temp 56C. temp while playing DOOM 1 : 90C.
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#15
Try and get that fan fixed. Also don't hijack this thread! Big Grin
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#16
(06-26-2012, 06:25 AM)PinkRobot Wrote:
Quote:What specs do u have?

I should still have one of these safety specs somewhere:

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Let me see you flex those specs!
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#17
AMD Athlon X2 4200+
4GB DDR2
Radeon HD3850
250GB hdd
SB Live/USB headphones

So it's not much really. I'm going to upgrade the GPU this fall since AMD is dropping support for hd2-hd4 series and I still want to play Xonotic on Linux ;-).
My contributions to Xonotic: talking in the forum, talking some more, talking a bit in the irc, talking in the forum again, XSkie
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#19
-CPU : Intel Pentium 4 630 5.2Ghz (overclocked)
-GPU : nVidia GeForce 9500GT 512MB DDR2
-RAM : 2gb 667Mhz DDR2

My config is:

1920x1080 Low with no AA - 30-120FPS
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