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Rumpldiebumpl

Mornin´ fellow escapists,

 

the old problem, Tarkov refuses to work properly on my Computer.

To anticipate that, my speccs:

Prozessor    AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor  4.10 GHz

GraphicCard    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

RAM     8GB

Windows 10 64bit

 

If tried quite some stuff. Now when I go play on Factory, everything is just fine. But when I try to enter just any other map, the game loads map, loot, etc. and then decides to just go like, "duck off mate, I´m gonna break down right ducking now!" Every time! Even if i run as Admin. Even in the lowest graphic set. Just all the time.
Before I hab Windows 7 on my PC, there at least I could enter the map and move around ... with lags, over lags, over lags, over...   Now it wont even let me in.

Graphics are set by Geforce Experience and like I said, never made any difference if high or low.

I have my Servers manually picked.

I run as Admin.

My PC should just do fine with the game.

I dont know...

 

Any Ideas?

Rumpldiebumpl

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PauleSchaule

I would say your computer is a little weak for it.

8GB is below standart. I just loaded into the game first screenshot is the usage while playaing on Factory, on the seconds screen you can the see it while playing on shoreline. You can see my system needs 10GB of RAM only for EFT!
EFT still has an issue with the usage of RAM.

Ofcourse it all depends oy whaat kind of settings you are playing on.

Shoreline.png.8743776108e6854d8bd8983dde956df5.pngfactory.png.04eb7f398b359e3f9bb950344cce3f7c.png

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PauleSchaule
vor 3 Minuten schrieb PauleSchaule:

I would say your computer is a little weak for it.

8GB is below standart. I just loaded into the game first screenshot is the usage while playaing on Factory, on the seconds screen you can the see it while playing on shoreline. You can see my system needs 10GB of RAM only for EFT!
EFT still has an issue with the usage of RAM.

Ofcourse it all depends oy whaat kind of settings you are playing on.

Shoreline.png.8743776108e6854d8bd8983dde956df5.pngfactory.png.04eb7f398b359e3f9bb950344cce3f7c.png

I played Shoreline right after factory without closing the game.
On the next screen you can see the usage of shoreline after starting the game. The game needs much less ram than playing the same map without closing the game after playing on another map.

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I dont know ...
A friend of mine runs Tarkov on 8gb Ram just fine from the first day on.

 

And as I said, factory runs perfectly by now. The breaking down started after upgrading to W10.

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swats73
1 hour ago, Rumpldiebumpl said:

I dont know ...
A friend of mine runs Tarkov on 8gb Ram just fine from the first day on.

 

And as I said, factory runs perfectly by now. The breaking down started after upgrading to W10.

W10 uses alot more of your PC at idle over W7 or W8. 16Gb of RAM now seems to be the standard for gaming on a W10 PC.

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PauleSchaule
vor 7 Stunden schrieb Rumpldiebumpl:

I dont know ...
A friend of mine runs Tarkov on 8gb Ram just fine from the first day on.

 

And as I said, factory runs perfectly by now. The breaking down started after upgrading to W10.

if possible buy new ram for your computer, there should see some improvements. you dont need super fast ram, buy normal ram like they are used on normal PCs

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Rumpldiebumpl

Hmpf. Well, if it seems to be the only way, i might give it a try.

Thanks for the support guys!

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