System requirements

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Johann's picture
Triton
Points: 53591

We would like to have some information about what kind of system you are running. This will help us determine the minimum system requirements for the game. We would like to support a wide range of hardware and it would help a lot if we knew on what kind of hardware our future players will be running the game.

Could you please post your system specifications here?

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Wikzo's picture
Thanks for all the fish
Points: 10567

ASUS X53S laptop (from 2011)
Windows 7 64-bit
Intel Core i7 2670QM, 2.2 GHz
nVidia Geforce GT540M CUDA 2GB
8 GB RAM
640 GB HDD

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Windows 7 64bit
Intel Core 2 duo 2.93GhZ (Planning to upgrade to i5 or higher later on)
Nvidia Geforce GTX 550 TI GDDR 5 (planning to upgrade to 600/700 series)
4GB Ram (planning to upgrade to 8 or 16GB's)

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Need for speed-boat
Points: 5705

Windows 7 64bit
Intel i5-3570k
Geforce 660Ti
8GB ram

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I just got a new laptop, its pretty nice:-
MSI GT70
Intel i7-4700-MQ
GeForce GTX770M
32Gb Ram
512Gb SSD
1Tb HDD

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Need for speed-boat
Points: 8851

OS: Windows 7 64Bit
CPU: AMD FX8350 Vishera 16Mb cache 4.1ghz
RAM: 16GB DDR3 1866Mhz ripjaw x
GPU: XFX 7950 3GB X2 CrossfireX (both at 1100Mhz gpu clock and 1250Mhz memory clock)
PSU: XFX 850W Gaming Modular

No need saying what hard drive, monitor, refresh rate, peripherals etc. The specs above are the main stuff needed :)

I hope the game supports crossfire/SLI to improve performance and maybe detail.
I just brought an 144Hz 3D monitor and I hope this game runs over the 60fps mark too.

Looking forward so much to getting my Steam key and loading in. I am happy with pre alpha like Rust and DayZ. They where pre alpha and do buggy but I was hooked :p

Anyway keep up the good work, so excited for the game. Multiplayer is the main reason so I hope we can host our own listen servers :)

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Scuba diver
Points: 1260

oO

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Scuba diver
Points: 2130

I think you can just use 2Gb Ram :p

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Richard's picture
Poseidon
Points: 1141754

My home "PC":

- MacBookAir5,2
- Intel HD Graphics 4000
- 1.8 GHz (i5-3427U) dual-core Intel Core i5
- 4 GB of 1600 MHz DDR3L

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joris2110's picture
Scuba diver
Points: 2430

What is your average fps?

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Johann's picture
Triton
Points: 53591

These are some of the systems we have available for testing at the office:

High-end:
- Dell XPS 8500
- AMD Radeon HD 7770 (4 GB memory)
- 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7-2600
- 12 GB RAM

Low-end:
- NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS (265 MB memory)
- Intel Pentium D 3.2 GHz
- 2 GB RAM

This is just to give you an indication of what kind of system we will be aiming for when we get to configuring the highest and lowest quality settings.

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Need for speed-boat
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Ah so that tells me that a massive massive range of computers because the low end are very very dated hardware and I think 90% of people are above those specs these days.

So it is good but I hope it supports crossfire/ sli

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nanarocxie's picture
Sea admiral
Points: 21271

I doubt 90% of people are above the specs that most people are posting on here.

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inc0gnito73's picture
Diving buddy
Points: 490

i too. LOL
I,ve a dual core and 2Gb ram

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Arksis's picture
Need for speed-boat
Points: 7985

My specifications are:
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7 CPU 980 @ 3.33GHz
RAM: 12,88 GB
Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
Graphics memory : 4,25 GB
Resolution primary screen: 1920x1080
Resolution secondary screen: 1280x1024
HDD: 2 TB

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CPU: Intel Core i7 950 @ 3.07GHz
RAM: 6Gb
Graphics card: NVIDIA GTX 460 SE
Graphics memory : 1 GB
Win7 Professional 64bit
Resolution screen: 2560x1440 (YAMAKASI)

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Changed to 12Gb RAM;)

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Diving buddy
Points: 550

Windows 7 64 bit
Intel pentium CPU G620 2.60Ghz

parker
spectra.com

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Oxigeon's picture
Need for speed-boat
Points: 6665

Hope this game will work on my machine. I dont know how the system requirements work. Thinking to pay some money for the game. But first I want to know if it will work:

Windows 7
Manufacturer Acer
Processor AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+, MMX, 3DNow (2 CPUs), ~2.6GHz
Memory 2048MB RAM
Hard Drive 630 GB
Video Card NVIDIA GeForce 7650 GS

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Johann's picture
Triton
Points: 53591

Your components will probably have enough performance to be able to run the game, except for you video card, which is a little outdated. If you get an upgrade for that you'll be fine.

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Diving buddy
Points: 550

Would be a Macbook Pro with the following specs enough?

CPU: 2,8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
Graphic Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT 512 MB

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Thanks for all the fish
Points: 12642

I have the early 2013 model Retina Macbook Pro.
2.7GHz Processor
16gb RAM
NVIDIA GT650m mobile graphics card
I can play large games like "The Witcher 2" and "Metro 2033" at the highest settings at around 120fps.

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Marcus's picture
Need for speed-boat
Points: 5858

CPU: i7-2600@3400Ghz
GPU. GeForce GTX 580
Memory: 8GB (in near Future 16GB)
Windows 7-64Bit

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Mitzu's picture
Poseidon
Points: 298719

GigaByte Extreme OC board
CPU Intel i7 920, D-stepping @ 2,6 - 2,8 Ghz
Memory G-Skill 6 GB triple channel 7-7-7-18
PSU GigaByte 800W
GPU GigaByte GTX 275, 896MB GDRR3, meh
LG 22 Inch resolution 1920 x 1080, provided I manage to fix its psu.

Anticipating to upgrade upon release of World of Diving.

                               

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CPU: Intel Core i7-2600K @3,4 GHz
Ram: 12 GB Kingston HyperX
GPU: MSI Geforce 780 GTX Lightning
OS: Window 7 64 BIt

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gschmidl's picture
Poseidon
Points: 81702

CPU: Intel Core i5-2400 @3.10 GHz
RAM: 8 GB
GPU: GeForce GTX 570
OS: Windows 8.1 64 bit

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gschmidl's picture
Poseidon
Points: 81702

Oh, there's also Reef Shot, which is a diving photography game.

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I'm wondering/hoping my laptop will be able to run this game. Currently it's in the shop getting a new motherboard. If it can it'll be great cause then I can take and play this when I travel ^_^

Current status: working 2-10 really s*#k ^_^

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Mitzu's picture
Poseidon
Points: 298719

Could only guess for your laptop off course.
Yet managed to get this running on a tablet,
so expecting it should be able to run on your laptop :)

                               

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Thanks for the vote of confidence.

Current status: working 2-10 really s*#k ^_^

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Scuba diver
Points: 1860

CPU: AMD A6-3670 APU with Radeon HD graphics, 2700 Mhz, 4 core(s) 4 logical Processors(s)
RAM: patriotmemory G2 series DDR3 8 Gigs 1600 Mhz
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
MOTHERBOARD: ASUS F1A 55-M/CSM
GRAPHICS CARD: GeForce GTX 660, Driver version 331.65
POWER ATX PS2
CASE: CMP 350
MONITER:ACER X203H
HDD seagate 500 GB over 20,000 RPMs

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PDP11 with extra 10Mb external hard drive, i'm not sure if it's oculas rift compatable?

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Poseidon
Points: 76405

MSI GX60
-CPU AMD A10 4600M 2.3GHz upto 2.7GHz
-RAM 4GBx2
-VGA ATi Radeon HD7970M 2GB
-SSD OCZ Vector 128GB + HDD 750GB
-Sound USB Creative Sound Blaster Tactical 3D Sigma
-Windows 8
-Raptr

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Poseidon
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What is my perfect setting?

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Aye aye captain!
Points: 14820

Currently:
MSI MS-7578 board
AMD Phenom II x4 965 3.4 GHz
8192MB Ram
nVidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti
4.5 TB of HD space (split across 5 Int sata drives)
Windows 7 64-bit

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Need for speed-boat
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Will my videocard NVIDIA GeForce 7650 GS to bad to play this game? Want to play this game. But dont want to buy another videocard

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Poseidon
Points: 76087

i7 quad cor
64 gb ram
windows 8.1 pro
hard drive is ssd caching with and hdd drive ( so i have the speed of an ssd but the space as an hdd drive)
amd rad hd card i think it is a 7950? or 7900 something like that

all set up for O.C.

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Shark whisperer
Points: 3740

i7 Quad Core
16 GB Ram
Win 7 Home premium 64 bit
Nvidia GTX 580

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Need for speed-boat
Points: 6584

CPU: Intel Core i7-960
Ram: 12 GB TEAM
GPU: Radeon HD 6970
OS: Window 7 64 BIt

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Sea admiral
Points: 35844

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
CPU: Intel Core i5-655k 3.2 GHz (stock) overclocked to 4 GHz
RAM: 8GB CORSAIR XMS3 DDR3 1600
GPU: MSI N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack GeForce GTX 460

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Scuba diver
Points: 3325

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium x64
MOBO: ASUS P8Z77-V LK
CPU: Intel Core i7-3770k 3.5 GHz (stock). OC'd to 4.6GHz
RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600
GPU: HIS AMD R9 290x 4096MB
HDs: Various, totalling ~6TB. No SSDs.

No Oculus Rift yet, but when the commercial version releases, it shall be mine :3

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Need for speed-boat
Points: 5891

OS:windows 7 64-bit
CPU:intel quad core i5-2320 3GHz
RAM:6 gig of ddr3 corsair ram
GPU:nvidia geforce gtx 560 ti

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Windows 7 Home Premium
Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz
4 GB RAM
ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series

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Destein's picture
Thanks for all the fish
Points: 13154

Windows 7 ultimate
Intel core i7 3820
16gb ram
nvidia geforce gtx 680 overclocked

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Shark whisperer
Points: 4665

windows 8.1 64bit
intel core i5-3350p 3.10 GHz
4gb ram
nvidea gtx 650

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Need for speed-boat
Points: 6341

Win7 64bit
intel core i5 2500k
8gb
nvidia gtx580 3gb

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Makik70's picture
Scuba diver
Points: 1460

is this good

Ghz: 1.8 Ghz

Ram: 8gb

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planning to play with rift
windows 7 64bit
asus p8z68-v lx mobo
8 gigs ddr3 ram
Intel Core i5-2500K Sandy Bridge 3.3GHz Quad-Core
EVGA nvidia 550 ti (thinking about getting the 870 when it comes out, mybe even the 880 depending on how demanding star citizen turns out to be)

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Sea admiral
Points: 19728

Currently planning my own build and I often wonder whether I should get my first choice of video card - a EVGA GTX 780 or wait for the GTX 880 which I think is being released this December.

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ya, im thinking of the 880 but not sure if i can bring myself to buy a $500 card

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