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I know you'd generally leave optimization of code 'til last but any chance you could do a bit of it now? My PC is sort of a mid-range-not-quite-potato. It plays similar first-person games (finished & early access) just fine, but the stuttering of the frame rate in Satisfactory makes it less immersive. My settings are all on the lowest, so it looks a bit shit'n'basic too.
by (18.3k points)
hmm what are ur specs?

ive got:

 AMD Phenom II x4 965 3.4 GHz
8GB DDR II (Yes unfortunatly only 2 xD)
Gainward GTX 1060 6GB

I can play all settings on Ultra (it gets a little bit laggy when i build huge bases)
by (1.4k points)
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Your graphics card looks fine (same as mine) but the rest of your system looks a bit dated but just about meets the minimum requirements.
Your processor and RAM are going to let you down more as your base gets bigger. I'd go for an 8th gen i5 with DDR4 if you can afford it.
by (18.3k points)
i am planing to upgrade to new mainboard and a ryzen, but for now it does work. Just mentioned that i can still play all ultra becasue the Threadstarter said he can only play on low settings
by (130 points)
My specs are:
AMD FX(tm)-4300 Quad-Core 1642Mhz
8 Gb DDR3
Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti

Not exactly bleeding-edge specs, but as I mentioned, similar games run fine.

If I stand still, the frame rate looks alright, 40-60fps I'd guess at. But running around and looking around, there's a definite drop and stuttering.
by (240 points)
My computer is basically a potato and it played fine at lowest settings until the April update. I'm hoping that they re-optimize the game since the April update basically made the game unplayable.

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+2 votes
by (280 points)
I'm running a GTX 1080 and still only managing average 55 frames on medium settings. Some attention to FPS would definitely be a massive quality of life when it suddenly drops to 15 frames while jumping up and as the background areas load into view.
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