I'm looking at possibly buying a new computer today. (A laptop- I know, wtf? It's more convenient for me atm.)
I'm sure it will run Rust, I'm just curious as to whether or not anyone might know how well it will run?
HP Onyx Blizzard 15.6" Laptop, FHD Screen, Intel core i7-7700, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 4 GB Graphic Card, 12GB Memory, 1TB HD
I know 12 gigs is kind of an odd number to see, but it's better than 8..
I don't care about running the game on max settings at 100 fps or anything like that, I just want a stable frame-rate on say Medium settings (I would be happy with a flat 60)
Also, do you think I'd be able to record or stream with it, without taking too much of a performance hit?
I currently run this game on a potato, lowest settings/resolution and only 25ish fps. Makes pvping difficult to say the least.
Any of you techies have an idea?
In a nutshell, don't.
Oh, the videocard will run decently (I have the gtx950 on a desktop (about 5% lower scores) and it looks and feels ok on medium-to-high details on 1280x1024) BUT
pvp on a 15.6 FullHD wide screen? That's tiny, you're gonna stay so close to the screen?
heat problem: look at the heatsinks on the desktop versions. All that heat should be ejected from the laptop and it won't and in 2 hours the thing will be hot. Not long lasting. REading the specs, is it an Acer? If so, another no go.
wireless = increased lag in most cases.
price. The hardware sounds like a top line laptop. Better a decent office laptop and a zuber PC
future upgrades. What you get in the laptop is all you're gonna have. A PC is easier to upgrade.
Sorry to break it to you so. I would not buy a gaming laptop. But I'm living in Romania while you're US. Go for it, if you have the dough.
you will run rust at around 80 fps
I recommend getting the same laptop as me - ASUS ROG Strix its around $2000 AUD
I can run rust on up to 150 fps max settings
8gb ram, nvidia gtx 1080, thicc screen, transportable (light), 1tb memory
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