• I wanna buy rust.
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I have an lenovo g50-80 the model with i7. Can i play the game on it? And if i have lag, how can i fix it?
any method of reducing lag?
uhm, i dont remember, it's quite strange, my laptop does not recognize the radeon grachics card, only if i download radeon catalyst, i once downloaded it and i could see the graphics card, but i just remember somethin about radeon m(number)
yeah, sure, ty very much for the help
You don't really need a SSD or Over 8 GBs of ram all you really need is 4 GBs of Ram
If u can use a cable of internet conected in ur pc u should try to buy a egpu, maybe this solve ur problem
I have an HP laptop with 8 gigs of ram (2 of which are sucked up by OS), i5 processor, integrated Intel HD 620 gfxcard. I can run the game 20-30 fps now, but I did need to tweak a few things. (Shotguns firing drop my fps mad low briefly, though.) I had to set my native desktop resolution to 1024x768, launch Rust on potato settings and running at 800x600 res. -forced3d11 on steam launch commands -When you start rust up, Ctrl+alt+delete to bring up your Task manager. Click the details tab and find Rust in the list. Right-click and set priority to High. -From in-game console type graphics.shadowmode 0 THat got me to rub it around 20+. Strangely enough, I decided to play with the graphics settings, bumping them up slightly and it seemed to jump my fps upward, not down. I did shut the new TSSAA off. Fov around 70, boosting graphics to quality 1and playing with drae distance and object quality oddly gave me a jump to around 25-30 fps, instead of having a negative effect.
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