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So, what are your computer specs that you run UO on?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Zalan, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. Zalan

    Zalan Babbling Loonie
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    So what are your computer specs for running UO? & which client do you run?

    I`m running an 18 month old Dell 410xps with:

    4gb of Ram
    Vista Operation system(wish I would have stayed with XP)
    250gb Satiek Hard Drive
    1gb Nvidia GeForce 9400 GT(sweet & cheap video card ^^)PCI-E
    Intel Core Duo 2 6600 Processor at 2.4 ghz

    & when I say cheap video card talking less that $115.
  2. Xel Naga

    Xel Naga Guest

    Dell XPS

    Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit

    Intel Core2 QUAD cpu @ 2.4 ghz

    4Gb Ram

    Nvidea GeForce 8600 GTS

    240GB Internal HD
    1 TB External HD
    21" Sony CRT Monitor

    Logitech G-15 Keyboard


    Pc #2
    Dell XPS M1330 Stock laptop


    Running off Verizon Fios 2.1mbs downstream
    Forever on UO 2D
  3. K'torr

    K'torr Guest

    XP home
    2.8 P4
    1 gig ram
    256k video

    runs great now that I got my connection problems solved.
  4. System is closing on 5 YO ... pieced it together myself.

    Antec case - 450W PS
    Asus A7n266-VM/AA mobo
    AMD Athlon XP 2000+ CPU
    512 MB ram
    ATi Radeon 9000 Pro vidcard (AGP, 128 MB RAM)
    WD 320GB IDE disk
    Windows XP Pro
    Logitech Optical wheelmouse
    Logitech G15 Gaming keyboard

    Not the fastest or heftiest system around (any more) but it's stable and does what I need for gaming and work.
  5. Bluebottle

    Bluebottle Guest

    Depends what town I am in, what else I'm doing and where I happen to be sitting. I have numerous systems I can play UO 2D on, to run KR or 2D, I just have one - my Vista Ultimate 64 bit on a 18 month old AMD 64 X2 4800 with NV 9600GTS. For 2D I have the client loaded on almost all of these - I can run on a 5 year old VPR Matrix Laptop Celeron laptop running XP Home with nV MX 440go 32MB video, or my Dell XPS Laptop running XP Pro (Having a 128MB Radeon 9700 is cool but the 1920 x 1200 15.4 screen makes the UO window client very small), relatively new Gateway Dual Turion laptop has plenty of horsepower and an ATI graphics subsystem. I also have a 4 year old P4 3.2G system with an ATI X1600 running XP Pro, a dual 6800GS SLI based AMD 64 X2 4600 with XP Pro, an AMD 64 X2 5200 running Vista Ultimate, a 5 year old MSI-Mega P4 2.4 with a Radeon 9600. I even have a 2 year old dual Xeon server system that technically could run UO on but I try to keep that for development work :) I think UO may also be loaded on my wife's Dell system too!

    Bottom line they all run UO 2D with no problem (other than the annoying Vista app unload issue) most could run KD but even with the grunty video cards, performance is marginal at best :(

    .... hmmm time for a LAN party!
  6. von Beck

    von Beck Guest

    A five year old Dell Inspiron 600m laptop. 1.5 Centrino processor and 512 MB ram and 80 MB 7200rpm HDD. Got it in a docking station with a 19'' widescreen monitor. Runs 2D fine, although it lags up with many dragons all attacking a boss or with lots of people running around during PvP field battles.
  7. Nexus

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    eMachine T5226 that I've done a few upgrades too..

    Dual Core Pentium 3.00Ghz
    4GB RAM 2x2048 sticks
    Vista Home Premium (Love it since I tweaked it)
    Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS (512 MB) (Cheap and works well with KR) PCI-e X16
    Logitech Optial Wheel Mouse
    Logitech Keyboard
    22" Wide Screen Monitor (Sceptre, they are cheap but make sure you get the insurance!! have known issues with the power supplies)

    I have a 250gb SATA II Hard drive
    DVDRW drive
    80GB IDE Hard drive (Ubuntu 8.04 install)
    160GB External hard drive I keep backups on.

    I've got a second PC that's about the same specs except runs 2GB of RAM on it, and has an 8500 GT Video Card

    I've a 3rd tower that had the proc crap out that I need to rebuild that I plan to use as a file server once I go and put a new Mobo and proc in it.
  8. In Flames

    In Flames Journeyman
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    XP Pro
    E8400 3.0 Dual Core CPU
    8800 GT e-Ge-Force 512 DDR3 by EVGA. Upgrading soon to a 9800GX2 by EVGA
    780i MoBo by EVGA
    4 gb DDR2 RAM by OCZ
    580 GB of Drive space
    Logitech G-15 Gaming Keyboard
    Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse
    and a Sony Stereo hooked up to it as my speakers.

    All packed into a Cooler Master HAF 932 Tower.

    It works pretty good.
  9. Ender

    Ender Crazed Zealot
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    Please tell me you guys play games like BioShock and other high system req games with those rigs, lol.
  10. Dermott of LS

    Dermott of LS UOEC Modder
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    Mobo: ASUS A8N-SLI Premium
    Proc: Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2Ghz
    Memory: 2gig PC3200 DDR
    Video: BFGTech GeForce 7950GT 512 Meg PCIe
    HDD: 500 Gig SATA
    Sound Card: Sondigo Inferno
    Net Connection: RoadRunner/Bright House 5Mbps
    Monitors: 22in Widescreen Samsung 226BW (UO/gaming monitor) | 19in Sony LCD (Net, email, etc)

    Client: Kingdom Reborn / Stygian Abyss (when it becomes available)

    Performance: runs KR VERY smoothly (although the "draw lag" in Magincia is noticeable, and high lag events such as massive magical battles with a LOT of effects occuring DO cause considerable lag) on a system with components aged 1.5 to almost 3 years old now.
  11. Kaleb

    Kaleb Lore Master
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    Dell Xps 720.

    Win vista ult. 64

    4gb ram

    quad core extreme

    dual nvidia 8800gtx sli

    Logitech G-15 keyboard (w/ the 18 g-keys)

    Logitech mx518 mouse

    dell 22' widescreen

    and KR still runs like poopie
  12. In Flames

    In Flames Journeyman
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    I've been playing Warhammer on mine =x
  13. Ender

    Ender Crazed Zealot
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    lol sure it does... My computer is like, half that good, and still runs KR like, flawlessly.

    Windows XP Home Edition
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+
    2 GB RAM
    Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS
  14. Mark Knotts

    Mark Knotts Guest

    CPU: Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.0Ghz
    RAM: 4GB DDR2 1000 G.Skill
    GPU: Gigabyte 9800GT
    MOBO: Gigabyte GA-P45-DS3R
    PSU: Corsair 750W (60A Single Rail)
    HDD: Various HDD's
    OS: Vista x64

    Yet to try KR.
  15. JoO

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    o/s windows Xp Pro SP3
    Motherboard ASUS P5N-D LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI ATX
    CPU Intel C2DUO E8500 3.16 ghz OC'd to 4.0
    memory 4 gigs of Gskill 2x2gb ddr2 1066
    HDD 2x WD raptors in Raid 0
    video 1 gig 9800gt
    SB4 Audigy sound
  16. Vista 64/Windows XP split operating system modual...
    8 GB ram
    BFG GeForce 9800 GTX H²OC for XP and 9600 gt X4 for Vista
    4 cores, even though there are 8 inside, it just uses 4 at most with the vista section
    4 Tarabites hard drive (2/2 split)
    Auzen X-FI™ Prelude 7.1 soundcard working for both...

    Alien ware computer (thank you guys... but you've changed now so i can't buy one of your computers anymore :( )

    Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
    Logitech MX518 Gaming Optical Mouse

    32 inchX2 HD gamer screens by Sharp, not sure on their names tho :(

    full speaker system 9 speakers :O its awsome hear everything... really amazing when playing a games :D

    I hope i didn't miss anything..

    (yes it did cost a forturn since i'm still modding it :D)
    Both KR and 2d... but all action and fights done on 2d all talking and messaging ect, +RPing is done on KR :D
  17. kitiara-atlantic

    kitiara-atlantic Lore Master
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    I run KR mostly (though occasionally 2D for stocking vendors) on Mac hardware dual booting Windows with Boot Camp.

    20" iMac
    2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
    4GB RAM (PC2-5300 DDR2)
    ATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO with 256MB of GDDR3 memory
    Vista Business Edition


    15" MacBook Pro (laptop)
    2.16GHz Intel Core Duo CPU
    2GB RAM (PC2-5300 DDR2)
    ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 with 256MB of GDDR3 SDRAM
    Windows XP

    KR runs fine on both....
  18. 5% Luck

    5% Luck Guest

    Isnt this a S%R>?


    2.4 quad core
    1k ram
    radeon 9800 256 w/shader
    vista 32 bit
    500 gb HD
    6 mb dsl(current5 mb cable)end of month my contract runsout and am switching.

    My motherboard supports my current gen ram/card and the next gen. It has double slots just to provide this and was very inexpensive. A great find! its an Azrock or Asrock. Seeing that I had the ram and vid card everything else only cost $320. A great buy if you ask me as now I can upgrade peace by peace. The ram is a little short on the vista system but other than that I run smooth.

    I also have an older computer i run uo on that i use for resing myself and "other" menial tasks like resing my miners beetles when no ones around as well as downloading. I use a usb drive to swap things on my new computer. I dont remember the specs but its a 1.8 ghz atholon(old)

    You guys running vista 64, are you running a 32 bit emulator. I was told for gaming 64 bit was "bad". And are you into game or software design as Thats the only reason to use 64 vista AFAIK. C++ and what not.
  19. Kaleb

    Kaleb Lore Master
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    No w/o 64bit you cant use 4gb ram. I mostly run UO, a 3d cabinet/design program much like cad, Protools, cakewalk.
  20. Phaen Grey

    Phaen Grey Lore Master
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    Generic Via Chipset Motherboard with 1.05 GHz AMD Athlon processor
    512 mb sdram
    128mb Nvidia Geforce 5200 Vidcard
    Creative Labs SBLive 24bit sound
    80GB generic hard drive
    WinXP Pro
    19' generic monitor
  21. Wallenstein

    Wallenstein Guest

    Lenovo/IBM ThinkPad T61p
    Windows XP Professional
    Core 2 Duo T9300 @ 2.5GHz
    NVIDIA Quadro FX 570M
    2GB RAM
  22. Nexus

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    Correction without a 64 bit OS you can't use over 4gb of RAM 4gb is the mathematical limit a 32bit OS can recognize and access. Saying that Vista 32bit only supports up to 3 is a misconception as 1GB was used internally by the OS and not reported. SP1 for Vista corrects this so it will show and can access up to 4GB.
  23. 5% Luck

    5% Luck Guest

    What i was lead to belive was "all" games were coded or 32 bit and even with extra ram it would be sllower to run on 64 bit with an emulator.

    Are you running an emulator or just letting that go?

    (my info is 100% brother based)
  24. Nexus

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    That's a hard one to answer, I've seen programs that when installed generate both 32 bit and 64 bit .dll files to handle how the processors handle the data differently...so really it's all a matter of if they want the program to have 64 bit support or not...

    Since the 64bit OS still isn't the dominate type most games aren't coded with built in 64 bit support though it's starting to happen more and more which can bog them down a bit yes.... It's all up to the developers really.
  25. Crysta

    Crysta Babbling Loonie
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    MY pc broke, so i'm using our family's 10-year-old one that's been in constant use.. so...

    Compaq Presario (has a replacable colored plastic front.. i'm sure the order form we got with it for alternate colors is no longer valid)
    256mb ram
    Not sure on the processor, but its an old (in the 10 years range) model Athalon
    NVIDA RIVA TNT2 video card (forget the memory, but its below what is suggested for the game; is showing signs of the early stages of failure)
    Windows 98SE
    Generic SB(16?) soundcard
    Standard optical mouse/substandard keyboard
    And a dying 30 gig hard drive

    The newest part on the thing is a flat monitor we got 2 years ago. Second newest is a generic DVDRW drive we got 4 years ago.

    Too much action on the screen and most of the more recently added special effects (like the soul death ones in Magincia right now) cause heavy slowdown, but it runs fine otherwise. Had to install the game onto a 2 gig flash drive to be able to patch it though, due to the dying HD.
  26. Ender

    Ender Crazed Zealot
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    People still own 30 gig hard drives and Windows 98? Also, never even heard of that video card.
  27. agpga

    agpga Guest

    an old Commador 64 LOL
  28. Bomb Bloke

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    A 64-bit chip is like a 32-bit chip which can do more. Anything a 32-bit chip can run, the 64-bit chip can run just as well - But a 64-bit program won't work on a 32-bit chip because it's trying to use features that aren't there.

    The main "limitations" of the 64-bit chip are rooted in the operating system you run on it. For example, the 64-bit version of Windows doesn't come with the NTVDM required to run DOS programs (though there's nothing stopping you from using DOSBox instead). But there's no need to emulate a 32-bit chip because all the support is already there.

    The system does change "mode" depending on what it needs to do, though. For example, to use 64-bit features it enters "long mode".


    Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 2
    AMD Athlon(tm) XP 1800+, MMX, 3DNow, ~1.5GHz
    512MB RAM
    DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)
    SB Live! Audio

    Runs 2D as well as you'd expect, given that the client also worked quite well with something like 32mb RAM and a 100-200mhz CPU once upon a time... Probably still does but I can't be bothered to check.

    KR seems to work quite well also, though I reckon a bit more RAM and a faster CPU would help smooth out the bumps just a little bit. It can take quite some time to draw the screen after warping somewhere entirely different to my current locale, and it doesn't like having too much going on at once in my area, but when just running around there's nothing to complain about.
  29. QX6700 @ 3,4GHZ H2O
    8800GT SLI H20
    EVGA 780I H20
    2X 640GB WD

    SAMSUNG 22"
    VISTA 64 ULT
  30. BadManiac

    BadManiac Guest

    Normally I'm running UO on:
    XP Professional SP3
    Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe
    Athlon X2 4000+ @ 2.4 Ghz
    2GB Ocz Spec Ops DDR2-800 @ 4-4-4-8
    XFX Geforce 8800GT Alpha Dog Edition @ 645/1000
    Tagan 580W Modular PSU
    Microsoft Sidewinder 2000dpi Gaming Mouse

    My main Gaming rig, runs every game out so far on max settings. UO 2D ran really well. ;)
    But right now I'm using a bolted together box of old parts, while waiting for my main PC to arrive here (I moved):
    XP Professional SP3
    ECS KT-600A
    Athlon XP 2500+
    1GB DDR-400
    Geforce 6800GT AGP

    Doesn't run all the new games, but it runs most surprisingly well. Unfortunately it doesn't run UO 2D because I get 700 ping to my home shard from here :( :( :(
  31. NuSair

    NuSair Babbling Loonie
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    Operating System: Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (5.2, Build 3790)
    System Model: P5K Premium
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz
    Memory: 8190MB RAM
    Card name: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
    Display Memory: 512.0 MB
    Current Mode: 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz)
    Monitor: HP w1907 Wide LCD Monitor

    2 WD 10k RMP 150GB HD's RAID 0
    1 Seagate Baracude 1TB HD
  32. Cear Dallben Dragon

    Cear Dallben Dragon Babbling Loonie
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    that thing

    intel quad 9550 at 3.0
    4gig ram
    nvidia 8800 512mb of ddr3
  33. Miri of Sonoma

    Miri of Sonoma Lore Keeper
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    My hard drive is only 20GB :lol: with a Pentium III 860 MHz, 256 RAM, NVIDIA Quadro2Pro with 64MB of memory. I do have a newish flat screen monitor but it is only 15 inches. I think I might be just slightly better off than Crysta rolleyes:
  34. Wenchkin

    Wenchkin Babbling Loonie
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    We've got an old Packard Bell laptop that mostly runs Mandriva linux. Sometimes XP if I'm using something that won't work under Wine, but hardly anything gives me trouble now.

    My old system wasn't exciting - Nvidia 5700LE graphics, 1mb ram with an average Asus mobo. That ran UO and KR perfectly in linux, in fact KR worked better under Wine than it did under XP.

    Current system is a Packard Bell with an ATI Radeon 1950 but a lowly 1gb memory. I haven't installed KR on it yet, but 2d works nicely. I don't have a windows drive on this system so it's a pure linux system. It came with a Vista drive, but some bright spark updated the hardware and MS told him he couldn't get a new activation code for a preinstalled system without a book or some nonsense. Harsh lol :D

  35. Lady_Calina

    Lady_Calina Lore Keeper
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    HP m8400f
    AMD Phenom 9500 Quad-Core Processor 2.20Ghz
    6.00 GB RAM
    NVIDIA GeForce 9800
    22-Inch Monitor

    Window's Vista Service Pack 1

    Off the top of my head, I'd have to look for the rest.