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Singularity
Apr Gold Premier Club Member 2007

Singularity

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I have a budget laptop with these specs:

Intel i5 7200U
Intel HD 620 iGPU
8GB DDR4 RAM
250GB SSD
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Resolution is 1920x1080 (some IPS screen)

Costed me about £479.

These are the settings I run at:



Client is maximised at 1080p. Performance is very nice on this laptop. FPS remains 60 a lot of the times (only sometimes drop in some areas but nothing game-breaking or major). I manage to do things like kill Telos at these smooth frame rates with absolutely no issue.

You should have a good experience with it as yours looks very similar and will be running at a lower resolution (1368x766 instead of 1920x1080 - this uses less GPU power). My only concern is the fact your system has an 5400RPM HDD as opposed to an SSD. HDDs are really slow compared to SSDs (difference is night and day), especially ones on laptops. Hopefully it doesn't cause too much issue with how NXT performs though.

Other than the HDD and your screen resolution (not 1080p), it's got decent specs for NXT (CPU, GPU and RAM).
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08-Mar-2019 18:59:00 - Last edited on 08-Mar-2019 20:26:25 by Singularity

Pk_H8terz
Feb Gold Premier Club Member 2018

Pk_H8terz

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YEAh ! Today i got my new Dell Inspiron 3567 Laptop !
I do not want to advertise Dell. However:

Specs:
Processors: 4x Intel Core kabylake i5-7200 CPU @ 2.50GHz
Memory: 7.5 Gib of RAM
GPU: Intel Graphics 620 shared memory

Costs: 459 euro

Runs runescape-launcher-2.2.4 on Arch Linux + Plasma:
Draw Distance - medium
Anti-Aliasing Quality - ultra
Lightning Detail - ultra
Bloom - off
Anisotropic Filtering - x16
Anti-Aliasing Mode - FXAA
Water detail - medium
Ambient Occlusion - off
Textures - compressed
Volumetric Lighting - off
Foreground fps - 70
Background fps - 15
Shadows - off
Loading Screens - on
Flickering Effects - on
Custom Cursors - on
Ground Decoration - on
Terrain Blending - on
Remove Roofs - selectively

--> runs between 55 - 60 fps

so i'm happy with this current setup, much much better then my old Acer Chromebook :-D
Last appeal done for my dead main: 16-Apr-2019 01:18:36
All other appeals are not mine, and is Fake News.

18-Mar-2019 21:44:47

Pk_H8terz
Feb Gold Premier Club Member 2018

Pk_H8terz

Posts: 217Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
Oh Hey Singularity,

Yes the Hard Disk, is a thingy, i will most likely replace it with SSD at some point.
You are right using ssd is day and night difference, for nxt, i don't see any disadvantage because, i think, that nxt does not address the hard drive that much.

*edit*

Today i removed the optical hard drive from my Dell, and replaced it with SSD.
The system boots much much faster :D
side-note, disassembly of the Dell Inspiron 15 3000 series can be P.I.T.A
Last appeal done for my dead main: 16-Apr-2019 01:18:36
All other appeals are not mine, and is Fake News.

18-Mar-2019 22:24:17 - Last edited on 25-Mar-2019 16:10:41 by Pk_H8terz

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