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Can my laptop run World of Tanks ?

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Minimizee #1 Posted 02 January 2015 - 11:48 PM


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Hi. Im at home currently visiting my mom for the holidays. I have no computer here exept a work laptop i managed to borrow. It's a acer aspire v3-572. I was wondering if it's possible to run WOT ? I know the chances are slim but i would like to ask someone who knows before i 16 gb's of tanks. 

Specs: Intel celeron processor 2957 u 1.4 ghz dual core

Intel hd graphics

8 gb ddr8 L memory. 

Sorry for the convenience but i have no clue about computers.

Effing_Drako #2 Posted 03 January 2015 - 12:19 AM

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I dont think you would be able to run world of tanks( Maybe 5fps max)

Kuscka #3 Posted 03 January 2015 - 10:11 AM

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It might affect your frames yes.. I'm running from a laptop as well and sometimes battle.. mine is due core T6600 @ 2.2ghz each... My processor run full blast... had to tweak to cool down as well... Your memory is good, I run on a 4gig only... I must just have a look if this was changed - WOT only run on one processor it doesn't split in two, thus I have to make sure everything is off before even thinking to play... my first 1800 games I played on 8 to 15 fps(which meant I missed a lot of shots), till a friend helped me to cool down system and take the load of the processor... Good luck with it, its not easy to get it going properly... Proper gaming PC is best for this game


I noticed the game know use 1.3gig active memory whereas before it was just on a gig... so as the updates come and the game grow, so does the consumption of memory..

Woody1999 #4 Posted 04 January 2015 - 10:36 PM

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Intel HD graphics, with a slow clock speed and poor single threaded performance....jeeeezus.


You'll be lucky to run it at 10fps. If I were you, I'd see if it is possible to OC through BIOS, but make sure you always, always keep the laptop well ventilated.



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