Rereading your post I see what you were getting at. If it is threaded then allowing more cores is often easy. But my guess is they simply offloaded other stuff like say the tires to one thread and everything else in another. That is what I was getting at when I said it may not scale evenly. But who really knows without seeing the source.
Last edited by Noel Hibbard; 09-14-11 at 08:18 AM.
thank you for that update.
But how important is the pure speed of the CPU? I've got the core2 quad q6600 4x2,4GHz.
It has done a great job so far in all games, but as ordinary games are more demanding on grafics cards, than on processors im asking this.
It seems I'll have to do a slight upgrade for rF2, but now I'm not sure if it should be an upgrade, or a new pc...
Last edited by theother5; 09-14-11 at 07:08 AM.
If I have all the specifications, except a T4400 dual core 2.2Ghz, it would run in my computer, with all low?
By Physics Tim does that include the "Real Road"? Dry lines/Marbles build up etc with the obvious graphics of those on the GPU end.
Ignore the Tech Specs in my profile, currently touring Australia with a Laptop (intel Core i7-4710MQ @ 2.50ghz, 8gb RAM, nVidia GTX860M GPU) and an Xbox360 Controller.
Actually - about the RAM, it just means that the game will use a full 2GB and the system needs to have more so that everything else will run without page swapping. My system, with no apps running, uses around 600MB of RAM so around 3GB would be the minimum I think. As I said, I have about 3.1GB available out of 4GB in XP-32 and that seems to be typical of that OS.