Riptide GP2
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julienpoo Mar 11, 2014 @ 11:54pm
Hi everyone,

My computer is kind of... not very powerfull... it is an HP DM1 with E-350 processor (1,6 Mhz) and AMD HD 6310 graphic card. I have Win7 so I couldn't try demos of Hydro Thunder or Riptide GP on the Win8 store to check.
I'm curious to know how this game should run with my configuration. So if anyone has feedbacks ?

btw, Beach Buggy Blitz is great too!
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Treker Mar 12, 2014 @ 1:19am 
Try running a general benchmark scan at systemrequirementslab. That's what I do when i'm unsure whether or not my computer can run a game.
erekson714 Apr 30, 2014 @ 6:51pm 
i have a brand new gaming pc and it runs like doo doo soo dont even think about running it lol
Rocket2049 May 1, 2014 @ 4:52am 
you mean 1.6 Ghz
I have a Radeon HD 5450 and a 2.8 Ghz processor with 6GB ram, this game works great
(shader complexity to medium, everything on,max resolution, no lag at all)
i mean the only issue I see is the integrated graphics card but with a max resoluton of 1366 x 768, performance-wise, it shouldn't be such a big deal.
this is a mobile game pretty much, just with different resolutions/graphics settings (and the settings go REALLY low if needed, i'm talking PS1 gran turismo graphics)
dunno what's up on ereksons new PC, my 5 year old desktop runs this pretty good, although no shadows because medium shader complexity disables them.
also, just some personal advice, netbooks are not good PCs for gaming, if only because the low resolution and integrated card, i'd look into expanding the memory to 8GB
3GB is pretty low for running windows 7 and playing newer recent games(not this game though, it's pretty light on processing), win7 uses half of that just idle... at the very least, avoid integrated cards since they don't have their OWN memory, 1GB video ram is like a minimum standard these days
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