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What are the best requirements for playing WARTUNE?

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  • Motorase
    started a topic What are the best requirements for playing WARTUNE?

    What are the best requirements for playing WARTUNE?

    I am leaning to think that it is best to play wartune on a desktop computer or a really powerful laptop. As far as I notice even on a lower configuration desktop works better that a bit higher configuration laptop.

    What is actually need it for Wartune game to improve the quality of the game (speed, effects..etc.)?

  • Meikura001
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    Wartune, hmm. I used to run 5 Windows (Accts) without any lag or problems on my laptop until a few versions ago that had me include the pseudo-screen saving hot key routine to turn off the screen on those I am not using. Even at 1, still lags like a school bus.

    And then I was running that Hall of Heroes on my fone to find out it's the old Wartune of yesteryear.

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  • WvilThor
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    The best requirements are;
    1. Cash
    2. Credit
    3. See above

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  • Alsatia01
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    This is an old thread to be bumping.

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  • Xharry005x
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    just ask nasa can u borrow their mainframe to play wartune then u be ok lol

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  • pikat17
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    when i play wartune has little lag..but im format my laptop and play again wartune so very lag now..what well do?

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  • Motorase
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    Originally posted by sunshinε View Post
    From desktop runs better than laptop as ancev said, but requirements to play Wartune are way far than having a good pc, such as a lot of ca$$$$$$h.
    That is a different story and maybe a different thread.

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  • Motorase
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    Thanks all for your opinions.
    Last edited by Motorase; 07-12-2014, 03:34 AM.

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  • Mr.RobertSon
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    Thank you so very much

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  • dwmedia
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    Flash use CPU and Ram.

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  • ZeDingo
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    Originally posted by Mr.RobertSon View Post
    I Have One Question Please.

    Will I have any problem or lags if I play Wartune on a Desktop Computer?
    Yes. There is always the likely possibility that a developer will make a few errors in any published software. This is especially true with "living" games such as Wartune, with new features and fixes on a usually-weekly basis. There is always the possibility of lag, because your computer has to send information across thousand of miles of wire and fiber-optic line to tell the server what you're doing, and hear from the server what others are doing and what's happening to you. Often we lag because all that communication is going on while trying to download missing game media, such as when you do TOK for the first time, and see clothing you've never seen before, making your computer put a lot of your bandwidth towards getting those media files.

    There's also some very annoying bugs, like what I believe is a memory leak in TOK. After fighting 3 or 4 levels, I'm lagging (framerate, not network) so badly that I have to reload the game to be of any use to my party. There is nothing we can do about this lag no matter how powerful our computers because a memory leak WILL eventually eat all available resources a computer has and crash either the game or the operating system.

    The "best" requirements for playing Wartune not only include a clean, well-cooled desktop computer with a recent graphics card, but also techniques that we every-day-all-day players have developed or discovered, and a state of mind that we play the game despite its flaws. It is a beautiful game that challenges me daily (sometimes challenging more my patience than my skill and dedication) and even if I have to reload often or sit through lengthy updates for Flash and Windows, those problems won't be enough to quit.

    Dumb story you don't want to read:
    I started playing on a new server with my cousin in March. I will not name it in public because it is a different host, and I don't know R2's policy on that. I used an 8 year old half busted Toshiba laptop that I had already repaired from completely dead twice, because it was the only computer available to me. This laptop has (it still works) a single core AMD processor at ~2GHz, with a motherboard that absolutely will not support more than 2 GB of RAM. I'm somewhere just under expert when it comes to tinkering with PC's, so I disabled absolutely everything that wasn't a necessity in playing the game. From unused (seemingly nonexistant) USB ports and internal hubs, to the sound card, to Windows services that I probably shouldn't fool with even with knowing how/when/why I can disable them safely. I spent a while in Registry Editor "hacking" in new settings on my Catalyst Control Center and my WIFI card driver and tweaking settings to absolute maximum performance

    I became a beast on the server and held top 10 until a recent merge with some powerful cashers moved me to 14th. With a single core laptop that's older than my two nephews.

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  • Arlad
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    Originally posted by Caballero1321 View Post
    As far as I remember (haven't programmed anything in flash for a few years, don't follow the latest releases), Flash couldn't use GPU and could only use CPU.
    Also, Flash has plenty of memory leaks, so increasing virtual memory is worth consideration as well.
    flash ver 10 and above has a hardware acceleration, which use GPU to get a higher quality. however, many reports that it didnt reduce the lag in flash gaming and some even said it actually makes it worse. so it might be better to turn off the option.

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  • Mr.RobertSon
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    I Have One Question Please.

    Will I have any problem or lags if I play Wartune on a Desktop Computer?

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  • Caballero1321
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    Originally posted by Linkoneusc View Post
    You need to buy (make) a PC with a Xenon CPU(server CPU) and 15MB internet bandwhit, gamers rams, quad core graphic card, supercooler system for all that.. maybe with that
    20Mbps Internet connection. Intel Core i7-4700MQ 2.4 GHz, 16GB RAM DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M - 4096 MB, SanDisk SSD drive.
    Max CPU temp. 70-74°C.
    Still lagging.

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  • Linkoneusc
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    You need to buy (make) a PC with a Xenon CPU(server CPU) and 15MB internet bandwhit, gamers rams, quad core graphic card, supercooler system for all that.. maybe with that

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