Hi. I got my first notebook, and I'd like to know if it can run TDU1, preferably TDU2 at 1366x768 (if so, then at which details).
Intel Graphics Media Decelerator (Accelerator :P) X3100
Intel C2D 2 Ghz
4 GB RAM
500 GB HDD
Thank you, MISLcz / TDUForever
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Will TDU (1/2) run on Intel Graphics Media Decelerator X3100?
Last edited by MISLcz; 18/01/17 at 12:35 PM. Reason: line correction
Can You RUN It | Can I run that game | Game system requirements
Normally Tdu needs C2D up to 2,4ghz, and Tdu2 C2D up to 3,0ghz,
So I'm remember to have big lags in town with C2D 3,0ghz and a 460gtx with Tdu1 (no hdr too), I think you will have big lags problems too
feel free to try, but given your specs (embedded gpu with shared memory), there's not much hope here.
I ran TDU it with my first laptop in 2009, 2010, which had a real GPU with dedicated VRAM :
- Ati Mobility HD3450, 256 Mb
- C2D, 2.0Ghz
- RAM 3Gb
- HDD 256 Gb
barely got 20 to 30 fps à 1024x768, low details.
If TDU starts at all, maybe it will run at 800x600 low details. Forget about HD ready res anyway.
And TDU2 ...
lol ok, it runs Euro Truck Simulator 2 OK on minimal details with 45 fps, but I guess TDU will be different...
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Does it require Dx10, or is it Dx9 only? Modded drivers support Dx9 only.
TDU1 did not work particularly well with any laptops iirc, regardless of how powerful they were. i.e. I think it was programmed only to work well with desktop-class GPU drivers. If you do try it out be sure to update this thread with your results so that we can help others.
Update: I got 2nd notebook with Mobility Radeon 9600 and Pentium M on ~1,5 Ghz + 2 GB RAM, will it be better? I've heard Pentium M has better pipeline than C2D, so CPU won't be as bad as it seems... And the GPU is just 100% better IMO.
I'll install normal desktop Catalyst 10.2 with modded device database on it and reinstall it from Win XP to Win 7, maybe I'll need to modify drivers from Vista to work on 7. Maybe I'll overclock it too, it's an old piece of junk either...
ATI 9800 Pro (desktop) was the oldest ATI GPU which was reported to be used with TDU, if I remember well.
A 9600 might be able to start it at least (if it has at least 256Mb vram)
Pentium M is not better than C2D at the same frequency, so should be catastrophic, given that this game was a real pain for CPUS (did not use multiple cores well).
It has 128 MB of memory, not much hope there It's a single core crap either…
I'd rather grab a Graphics Media Decelerator X4500MHD with some decent CPU from my friend for ~$35 than bothering with 3D-Analyze and this piece of crap...