Poll: What’s your config

Thanks for your input in my last post (about group windows). As I thought most of you have one monitor and it’s not gonna make any difference if the window is inside or outside the main one (well if you run full-screen at least, which I suppose most of you do). So I’m going for the easiest solution: the group window is “inside” the main one. The result is quite cool and I’m gonna post about it as soon as I can (timewise).

BTW, if the “outside” option ever appears the situation may not be as bad as I wrote last time: it looks like WinXP SP3 will bring hardware acceleration to WPF layered window (which was one drawback bothering me).

Anyway, let’s focus on today’s topic. I’d like to know what computer the “average” OCTGN user runs. It will help me draw the line between “cool features” (especially visual effects) and performance.

So please take the time to leave a comment! The more answers I get, the better OCTGN will be suited to your computer.

I would like to know:

1) Your operating system: XP (SP?), Vista, Other.
2) Your CPU. How many cores (if applicable) and its speed.
3) How much physical memory do you have.
4) Your graphic card.

Thanks for answering!

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45 Comments on “Poll: What’s your config”

  1. Wihl Says:

    1) XP SP2
    2) AMD64 3000+
    3) 1024 MB
    4) ATI R9800 PRO 128 mb

    I know that most people that I play OCTGN with have specs similar to this or better.

    However, what I liked about OCTGN was that I could use it on my crappy old laptop that I have with me to watch movies when i travel. It would be great to have the option to remove most of the ‘cool stuff’.

  2. Zepheric Says:

    1) Xp SP2
    2) Amd tht all i know sorry
    3) 1 GB
    4) Nvidia G-force 4

    sorry about the bad info my current computer is not working well and is unable to run alot of basic windows stuff like properties, getting a new computer soon.

  3. Trihan Says:

    1) XP SP2
    2) AMD Athlon 3200+
    3) 1024 MB
    4) GeForce 6600SE

  4. Trihan Says:

    Sorry, I meant 3700+

  5. Mike Says:

    1) XP SP2 as well as Vista
    2) Pentium M 1.87 GHz
    3) 1GB
    4) ATI X300 (It’s a mobile laptop card.)

  6. Turbooster Says:

    1)XP SP2 / Ubuntu gutsy
    2)Athlon XP 2500+
    3)1GB
    4)ATI Radeon 8500

    Will you test WINE support?

  7. viparas Says:

    1) XP SP2
    2)2.4 Ghz Core 2 Duo
    3)2GB
    4)Radeon X1650

  8. Buziobello Says:

    1) XP Sp2
    2) Athlon XP 2400 (2 Ghz)
    3) 1Gb
    4) Radeon 9800 Pro 128 Mb

  9. Joa86 Says:

    1) XP SP2
    2) Pentium 4 2.4 Ghz
    3) 512 Mb
    4) Nvidia G-force 4

  10. DarkFoxx Says:

    1) Vista
    2) Intel Core 2 2.4 Ghz
    3) 2 Gb
    4) Nvidia GeForce 7900 GS

  11. Bushdoctor Says:

    1) XP SP2
    2) Pentium 4, 2ghz.
    3) 2gb
    4) ATI Radeon 9600

  12. Anonymous Says:

    1) Ubuntu Fiesty
    2) Intel Pentium 4
    3) 1GB
    4) ATI Radeon Mobility 7500

  13. Jobie Says:

    1) Vista Home Ultimate
    2) Intel Core 2 Duo 1.73GHz
    3) 2GB
    4) Mobile Intel Chipset 945GM crap-for-crap 224MB


  14. 1) Ubuntu Feisty & Win XP pro
    2) Athlon X2 4200
    3) 1GB
    4) Geforce 7600GT

  15. Terry Detrie Says:

    1) XP, SP2
    2) Pentium4, 2.4GHz
    3) 512 MB RAM
    4) GeForce4 MX420

  16. Fork Says:

    1) LUnix 0.21
    2) 6510 CPU (0.985MHz)
    3) 64 KB
    4) VIC-II (Integrated into C64E motherboard)

    With this I just wanted to hint that I prefer performance over bells and whistles, but I believe you know that and my setup already jods 😉

  17. Arokh Says:

    Actually two machines:

    1) Debian testing/unstable, Intel Pentium M 740 (1.73GHz), 1GB RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon X700

    2) Windows XP SP2, AMD 64 3200+, 1GB RAM, ATI Radeon 9800Pro

  18. Koryu Says:

    Well, here comes another one, better than never:

    1) XP SP2
    2) Intel Pentium M, 2,13 GHz
    3) 2 GB RAM
    4) NVIDIA Quadro FX Go1400

    It’s a quite good laptop.
    A friend of mine also plays OCTGN, he has a very old PC, but OCTGN 1.x runs without problems, so if it is possible to hold the requirements as near as the ones of OCTGN, he would really apreciate it. Maybe I can get some of his specs later!

  19. ynoticism Says:

    xp SP2

    Core Duo 1.8

    2 GB

    512 mb video

    email me if you need a betatester, I am currently un-employed…

  20. GLH510 Says:

    XP SP2
    AMD64 4800+
    2 GB
    256 MB video


  21. 1) Win XP Pro SP2
    2) Athlon XP 2800+ – 2.08 GB
    3) 1GB
    4) Radeon 9800 Pro (Sapphire iirc)

  22. DysBlink Says:

    1) XP SP2
    2) Pentium 4
    3) 768 MB
    4) GeForce 6800 (I Think)

  23. Shad Belmont Says:

    1) Win XP Professional, SP2
    2) AMD Athlon XP 2000+ (1.666GhZ)
    3) 768 MB
    4) Sapphire Raedon 9600 Series
    (If my job keeps being so good this might change to better)

  24. Guardian Says:

    1 Windows XP Home Edition SP2
    2 AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+
    3 2.0 GB Ram
    4 Nvidia 8800 GTS
    Probably be upgrading to windows Vista soon

  25. Pascual Says:

    Old PC

    1-> Windows XP PRO SP 2

    2->Pentium 4 2.0 Ghz

    3->256 Mb RAM

    4->None

  26. Clark Kant Says:

    1.) Vista Home Premium
    2.) Intel Centrino Duo 1.7 Ghz (Dual Core Laptop)
    3.) 1 GB RAM
    4.) Intel 945GM Shared Graphics Controller

    Thank you SOOO much for putting so much time into this. Is there anyway we can send you paypal donations for your hard work (god knows it’s a cheaper way to test out decks than Magic Online).

    The program looks absolutely fantastic and I can’t wait to play my first game of Emperor, Multiplayer, and Draft on it.

  27. Purple Haze Says:

    Desktop

    1) Win 2K sp2 / SuSE Linux 7.1
    2) PIII-650
    3) 1 GB
    4) ATI Rage 128 GL

    Laptop

    1) Win 2K sp2 / SuSE Linux 7.1
    2) Mobile PIII-800
    3) 512 MB
    4) ATI Mobility M4

  28. Condutiarii Says:

    1) Win XP Pro SP2
    2) Intel Core 2 Duo 6420
    3) 2 Gb
    4) Nvidia 8800 GTS 320 Mb

  29. kbi Says:

    radeon mobile 9600 pro
    Win XP Sp2
    P4 3.2 Ghz
    768 MB RAM

  30. ArchdukE Says:

    1) Windows XP Home SP2
    2) AMD Sempron 3000+ (2 GHz)
    3) 1 GB
    4) Radeon X800 GT

  31. Nanashi Says:

    1) Fedora 7
    2) AMD X2 3800+ (OCed to 2.4GHz – dual core)
    3) 1GB
    4) nVidia 7600GT

  32. Richard Says:

    1) Vista 64 (many others in Virtual PC)
    2) Intel Quad-Core 2.4GHz
    3) 4 GB
    4) 8600 GT

  33. Cairn Eldwin Says:

    1) XP Pro
    2)AMD X2 3800+
    3)1 GB
    4)Nvidia 8800 GTS x 2 (SLI Mode)

  34. ValeS Says:

    1) Vista Ultimate + Ubuntu v7

    2) AMD 64bit 3400

    3) 2 GB DDR

    4) ATi Radeon X1950 XT (AGP and Wide Screen)

  35. Nibiki Says:

    1) XP Pro
    2) 2.21 GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual
    3) 2GB DDR
    4) BFG GeForce 6800 GT

    It’s looking great so far, hope there’s a beta version to test soon!

  36. R. Says:

    1) XP Pro SP2
    2) 2.00 GHz Pentium M
    3) 1.00 GB
    4) Nvidia GeForce FX Go5200 32M/64M

  37. Michael Watkins Says:

    1. Windows XP Home (Soon to be TinyXP, Windows XP Professional)
    2. Single-Core AMD Athlon XP 2.14GHz
    3. 300MB (Not total, but available for primary application, with a margin of error)
    4. Integrated GeForce4 MX 128MB

    These specs might seem bad but with all my tweaks I play CS:S, Garry’s Mod 10 at max settings (Minus HDR) with FPS between Fair (20) and Great (75).

  38. Xenocyde Says:

    1. Windows Vista
    2. AMD Opteron 185
    3. 2GB
    4. XFX 8800 GTS 640MB Ultraclocked

    I’ll upgrade soon to a quad-core CPU, 4 or 8 GB RAM and a G100 or R700 when these come out.
    Really want to test this software, so please put some pre-beta version up for download 🙂 By the way, Happy Holidays! 😀

  39. Damien Says:

    AH, I’m having a slight problem.

    1. Windows Vista Home Premium
    2. Intel Cored 2 t7200 2.0GHz
    3. 2.00 GB Ram
    4. NVIDIA GeForce GO7700

    Ok, now the problem is whenever I try to run the OCTGN installer, I get an error that says “Cannot continue. The application is improperly formatted. Contact the application vendor for assistance.” Followed by a long error text that I hesitate to copy and paste anywhere. Thoughts? Anyone else have this problem?

  40. jods Says:

    Without any details, this looks very much like you don’t have the .NET framework version 3.5 *Service Pack 1* installed.

    Blame MS for the silly versionning, the SP1 is more than a few fixes, and you really need it.

  41. Damien Says:

    Hm, I downloaded the new 3.5 latest version, installed it, restarted, made sure I was in Internet Explorer and tried again. No profit. Could it be something else?

  42. jods Says:

    Please Damien, can you post proof you have the correct version installed?
    I don’t mean to be offensive, but MS really got their version numbers wrong after .NET 2.0 and it’s causing a lot of trouble.

    If you’re using IE, can you go to the site and tell me what framework version it reports? http://www.smallestdotnet.com

    Or can you tell me what contains the following registry key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v3.5\Version

    Your error message really looks like you don’t have the service pack 1 installed. The site mentionned above should provide you with a download link.

    Let me know how it goes.

  43. TheTeZ Says:

    1) Your operating system: win7 On Desktop, Been trying to get it to work in linux.

    2) Your CPU. How many cores (if applicable) and its speed.
    Intel Dual core Core 2 duo 3.2ghz

    3) How much physical memory do you have: 8gb

    4) Your graphic card: XFX GeForce 9600 GSO Video Card – 768MB DDR2

  44. TheTeZ Says:

    errr… /\ My linux Distro Is linux mint. If it will work in debian it will work in mint

  45. Jiří Svoboda Says:

    1) Windows 8
    2) AMD FX635 (6 cores ; 3,9Ghz each)
    3) 8 GB RAM
    4) ATI Radeon HD 5670


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