Within this section you can find details on the recommended requirements of your PC or laptop for playing RuneScape.
Each section contains a number of topics to match your query, with associated answers and advice.
Hopefully we've already provided a solution to the problem you face, but if not, you will be able to contact us from the links at the end of each answer.
|What kind of desktop/laptop do you have?||Processor||Graphics card||Display mode||Video settings||Max resolution|
|Belongs in a history museum||Most Intel Pentium and AMD processors around 1.6GHz||SiS, Matrox, Intel GMA series, Intel HD series, Via Chrome, GeForce 4, ATI 9xxxx||To use with Safe Mode||Low. Please note that whilst this hardware is compatible with Runescape, you might experience a degraded quality of the game, such as video stutter or lag||800*600|
|Not bad||Intel Pentium Dual Core or Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD A series or C series or E series||ATI Radeon Mobility, Radeon Xseries, nVidia M and Go series||OpenGL or DirectX||Low or Medium. Ground Blending, Decoration and Mouse Features only on High setting, everything else on Low||1280*1024|
|Kinda awesome||All Intel Pentium, i3, i5, i7 or AMD processors, Intel Atom, Intel Celeron, Via Chipset||Most ATI HD and nVidia video cards (excluding M / Mobile or Go)||OpenGL or DirectX||Low, Medium or High. Particles set to medium. Water detail set to low. Shadows set to static.||1280*1024|
|Epic dude||Intel i3 or i5 or i7 / AMD Athlon X2 or better||ATI Radeon HD (non M or Mobility) / nVidia GeForce 1xx/2xx/3xx/4xx/5xx/6xx (excluding M / Mobile or Go)||To use the display modes OpenGL or DirectX||Graphic Details on High. All options turned on except for Anti-aliasing and Bloom||1920*1080|
Click Start, then type DxDiag into the search bar that appears and press Enter.
The Processor in your computer will be listed in the tab titled ‘System’:
The Video Card in your computer will be listed in the tab titled ‘Display 1’:
Click the Apple logo – this will often be in either the top left or top right hand corner of your desktop. Click ‘About this mac’.
The Processor in your computer will then be listed:
Then click ‘More info...’. In the window that appears next, click ‘Graphics/Displays’.
The Video Card in your computer will then be listed:
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