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Hana_Kizehhe #1 Posted 27 August 2019 - 12:36 PM

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Hi  :)
Could anyone provide the PC specs for running the game at Max Settings and getting stable 60fps? 
Or does anyone know a site that provides such info? 
Thanks to all. 

Saykecske #2 Posted 27 August 2019 - 01:22 PM

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Well, 8 GB ram, a GTX 1650 or GTX 1060 6gb or GTX 1660, and an i3-9100F processor would do it I guess. Check gpu.userbenchmark.com



jack_timber #3 Posted 27 August 2019 - 01:37 PM

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Personally use a Ryzen5, 6 core, GTX1060, only 3GB a tad tightfisted, and 8GB ram.

Can run WoT at max settings @ 105fps on HD.



Hana_Kizehhe #4 Posted 27 August 2019 - 01:59 PM

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Thank you for the feedbacks @Saykecske @jack_timber

deorum #5 Posted 27 August 2019 - 04:04 PM

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8700K + Vega 56 running at 1440p, i hover around 100fps. 110 maybe, or drop down to 90 in some instances. 

And this is 1440p mind you. 



15JG52Brauer #6 Posted 12 October 2019 - 10:20 PM

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I'm currentley running an old system as the motherboard of my more recent I7  crapped out, so I used my old X58 motherboard from the system I had previously - added in a cheap Xeon 5675 , OC'd it to 4ghz base 4.2 turbo with 24 GBs DDR3 in triple channel config and added in a 1080ti I got cheap second hand to come up with a system that will run WOT on ultra at 1080p around 120-140 fps - plus when in future I upgrade tto a Rysen 3 or 4 the GPU should be a bit less limited as right now I think the GPU is a bit CPU limited (though for wot the Xeons 6 cores and 12 threads does do well at 4.2 ghz - probably on par with a first gen Ryzen in most benchmarks - not bad for a £29 cpu secondhand!! The core engine does seem to like multi core systems -so you might not need the fasted and latest/greatest to get good results .

 



PlasticGangsta #7 Posted 01 May 2020 - 09:00 PM

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View Post15JG52Brauer, on 12 October 2019 - 09:20 PM, said:

I'm currentley running an old system as the motherboard of my more recent I7  crapped out, so I used my old X58 motherboard from the system I had previously - added in a cheap Xeon 5675 , OC'd it to 4ghz base 4.2 turbo with 24 GBs DDR3 in triple channel config and added in a 1080ti I got cheap second hand to come up with a system that will run WOT on ultra at 1080p around 120-140 fps - plus when in future I upgrade tto a Rysen 3 or 4 the GPU should be a bit less limited as right now I think the GPU is a bit CPU limited (though for wot the Xeons 6 cores and 12 threads does do well at 4.2 ghz - probably on par with a first gen Ryzen in most benchmarks - not bad for a £29 cpu secondhand!! The core engine does seem to like multi core systems -so you might not need the fasted and latest/greatest to get good results .

 

I too am running WoT on an old system with an i5 4460 at its heart. Unfortunately it was one of those cheap prebuilt systems that sell it to you on the basis that you are getting a chip you could not really afford. However they skimp on the other components. Generic motherboard, generic 250W psu etc. I have 8 GB of 1466 is it RAM and no GPU just the intel integrated graphics on board the CPU. It did however play World of Tanks effectively on "Low" a few years back but as the game has moved on a lot I have had to adjust down to "Minimum" to get a 50+ stable FPS.

 

My hard drive has sounded like a drunken horse for over a year now but sods law and all that means that it gave up the ghost last weekend in the middle of the Lock Down. I have Ischaemic heart disease, moderate obstruction COPD and Diabetes I am also over weight so I have no options when it comes to repair. I had intended on upgrading the old system but when I bought a brand new MSi GTX 1650 4GB Aero ITX at Xmas I ran into the generic motherboard and especially the 250W built in PSU problem which left me scratching my head as to what to do? The coronavirus crisis has pushed me into buying a whole new system as I cannot take anymore lock down without a machine and I need one that will work straight out of the box so I built a complete custom one with PALICOMP.

 

It just arrived and if by some miracle you see this it seems you really know your onions so I was wondering if you could give me a rough idea of how much difference I will notice with this new gaming rig? I decided that the motherboard was at the heart of the machine and chose one that was more than I could afford really but decided that the possibility to upgrade was more important and that the right motherboard would determine what I could and could not do in the future. I opted for the ASUS TUF Z390 Pro Gaming with 3 full length PCIe slots, SLI and CROSSFIRE as well as dual M2. I could have gone with a 9th gen processor but as I mentioned I was on a budget and that may come later (perhaps a i5 9600K as I have the over clocking capability in my chipset) but at the moment I am still learning so I will not be over clocking and after a bit of research it would seem that the i5 8400 is considered the best bang for buck gaming processor in the coffee Lake range so I opted for that coupled with 8GB of Corsair Vengeance 2666 mhz RAM (again an easy upgrade will be more RAM) I also bought a fairly expensive 250 GB Samsung 970 EVO PLUS M2 MVMe SSD which I have had installed with Windows 10 PRO and I intend to put WoT on that drive also. I also got a 1 TB Seagate Barracuda HDD for storage and a 600W PSU (a KOLINK 85+) I was hoping you might have some idea of the improvement I might notice in the game. It will be a couple of days yet before I can set it up as downloading and installing WoT will take a good while and I have to move the table and swap my old monitor for a new ACER 28" Gaming Monitor that I have had for a year but it was too much for the old system never mind the fact that the generic motherboard from 2013 had none of the right connections (the ACER had no VGA) The monitor i have been using was the standard size 17" (actually it might be 16") that used to come with prebuilt systems back in the early noughties. 

 

I doubt very much you will see this you may well have stopped playing or stopped checking into the forums. If you do read this I guess you can tell I am excited. I am hoping for something of a revitalised experience. I have seen on streams that higher settings leave tank tracks and the water actually splashes and leaves a wake etc. I do not know if my new configuration will handle those sorts of things. I expect the MUCH larger screen will make a difference. Anyway I hope you are safe and well and being careful out there.

 

Best regards

 

Stuart/PlasticGangsta



call_me_ShockZz #8 Posted 03 May 2020 - 09:03 AM

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Ryzen 7 2700X, RTX 2060 6GB, 16GB DDR4 RAM @3200Mhz on a 1TB 860 Evo runs the game on ultra settings at 130-160fps on 1080p. That said, you're probably not aiming for anything near that so there are some immense corners to cut. I know for a fact that it runs perfectly fine at ~70fps on a 1050ti, worse RAM speeds and a worse SSD with a few reduced settings. The 2700X is also total overkill for WoT and you would probably be mostly fine with 4-6 cores.

 

all prices are estimates:

CPU's aren't nearly as important for World of Tanks so you can probably cheap out, from my knowledge the Ryzen 5 1600 (100€ ) /2600 (120€ ) are very good deals for their price.

These are just recommendations and can obviously be exchanged, but for the GPU I'd probably go for a GTX 1650 (150€ ) (about the same price as the 1050ti, but better value) or the GTX 1660 Super (250€ ) which is way more expensive, but gives some leeway that you will need unless you plan on buying a new GPU in 2 years from now.

I'd definetly get an SSD to run it on if you haven't yet, it doesn't have to be anything expensive, but it should have enough space on it so I'd say at least 250GB. If you want some recommendations: MX500 (250GB 50€; 500GB 70€ ), 860 Evo (250GB 60€; 500GB 80€ ), SanDisk also provides some decent options which I'm not really a fan of due to personal experience, but in the end it's your build.
RAM is rather unsignificant and 8GB DDR4 should be enough, if you have the spare money tho I would still recommend you to get 16GB in dual channel (i.e. 2x8GB sticks).

 

that's all for the recommendations, just don't forget that you will need a decent case with 2 fans as bare minimum (I'd recommend 3-4). Before you buy anything, check for compatibilty of your parts, a good site for that is https://pcpartpicker.com/

If you want to check out my build, it's here https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/25398128

 

Edit: Also just noticed that this thread is old as hell, I still hope that my reply was somewhat helpful for somebody :D

 


Edited by call_me_ShockZz, 03 May 2020 - 09:10 AM.


Meridian112 #9 Posted 10 May 2020 - 03:31 AM

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I3-8350K,16 Gb DDR4-2666 Mhz and 1080 GTX 8 GB

178-210 fps



call_me_ShockZz #10 Posted 12 May 2020 - 05:44 PM

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View PostMeridian112, on 10 May 2020 - 02:31 AM, said:

I3-8350K,16 Gb DDR4-2666 Mhz and 1080 GTX 8 GB

178-210 fps


OP didnt ask for you to just drop your build, they asked for a steady 60fps build







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