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As requested in Project Update #14:

HARDWARE SPECS
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600K [email protected] (all cores)
RAM: 16GB
GPU: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (driver 441.12, gsync enabled)
Screen resolution: 2560x1440
OS: Windows 10 Home 1903

GAME
Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
Graphics settings: Windowed Full Screen, all settings EPIC
Experience: Game is running like a charm. Nothing to complain about after playing 20 min.
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  • RichardPickmanRichardPickman Common Alpha Backer ES1, Space Dog, Kickstarter Backer ES2 Posts: 3
    edited December 2019
    CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X
    MB: Gigabyte X570 UD
    RAM: 16GB
    GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT (recent Adrenaline 2020 Driver)
    Screen Resolution: FHD @ 144hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1909

    Played the Prototype for about 20 Minutes on everything Epic and Fullscreen. No complaints. Runs smooth. No glitches or crashes so far.
  • HotRodRac3rHotRodRac3r Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 1
    My Experience:

    HARDWARE SPECS
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X (newest available Bios, standard settings)
    RAM: 16GB 3200 MHz (8x2 config)
    GPU: GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER (driver 441.41, gsync enabled)
    Resolution: 2560x1440 @ 144 Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Home 1903

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, Epic preset
    Experience: The game is running smooth. I just did a short test flight outside of home base.
    When in home base 61 fps
    When facing the planet I have an average of 90 fps
    When facing the outlaw base an average of 110 fps
    When facing the vastness of space 120 fps
  • lol_hypelol_hype Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 35
    Hardware Specs:

    CPU: Ryzen 7 2700X
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 1080 [Studio Driver]
    RAM 64gb 2933mhz DDR4 [4x16 Dual Channel]
    Res: 3840x2160 [UHD 4K] @ 60hz + 2560x1080 [2k 21:9] @ 75hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1909

    Game:
    Version 1.6568
    Graphics: Windowed Fullscreen, Epic Preset
    4k: steady 50+fps in the most demanding scenarios [combat, fast movement, explosions]
    2k Ultrawide: 75+ FPS in the most demanding scenarios [combat, fast movement, explosions]
    Verdict: Fantastic experience.
  • rayyyyrayyyy Member Posts: 1
    HARDWARE SPECS
    MB: Maximus XI Hero (bios 1302)
    CPU: i9 9900k
    RAM: 32GB 3200 MHz (4x8GB)
    GPU: Geforce 1080Ti (driver 441.34)
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1903

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, Epic preset
    Experience: Been playing for about 1h, no crash, no glitches, the game is running smooth, 60fps, a truly epic moment, a real joy, especially 1 week before Christmas, thanks Rockfish Games :)
  • SaltypretzelSaltypretzel Member Posts: 1
    edited December 2019
    Hardware specs:

    Motherboard: Maximus VIII Hero (bios 3504)
    SSD game is installed on: 465GB Samsung SSD 860 Evo 500GB (sata)
    CPU: Intel Core i7 @ 4.00GHz (Skylake 14nm technology)
    Ram: 16.0GB 3000 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (2047MB) (driver version 436.48)
    Resolution: 2560 x 1440 @ 144 Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1809

    Game:
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, Epic preset
    Experience: Extremely fun to play, have played for a couple hours without crashes or bugs, FPS fluctuates between 60 and 72, which looks rather choppy compared to 144 FPS but that's only a minor problem. The only gameplay problem I have is that the targeting reticle is extremely hard to see at times during combat due to it being white and blending with the background easily.


  • ShinsonShinson Member Posts: 3
    Hardware specs:

    Mainboard: Asrock fatality X470 Gaming k4
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600x 4.0 ghz
    RAM: 16 GB 3000mhz CL 15
    GPU: GTX 1080
    RESO: 3840x2160 @ 60 hz
    OS : win 10 64 bit 1909

    Game:
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Settings: all epic
    Experience: 40 fps
    Settings: High
    Experience: still 40 -45 fps
    Settings: Medium
    Experience: 60 fps

    the game looks good and is playable. I'm just beginning to get familiar with the world
  • 8100DSTAR8100DSTAR Member Posts: 1
    Motherboard: Who knows
    CPU: i7-7700HQ
    RAM : 16GB DDR4
    GPU: GTX 1050
    1920x1080
    Win10 Home

    Settings: Custom - mostly mid-to-low

    Experience: Not bad - around 30fps in general gameplay, but dips harshly to 16 when in Supralight travel. Menu is also rather laggy depending on the environment.
  • RotsudaRotsuda Member Posts: 1
    edited December 2019
    Hardware specs:

    Motherboard: MSI Z170A Gaming M3 (MS-7978) BIOS date 04/07/2018
    CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K 4c/8t @ 4.0 GHz
    RAM: 16 GB @ 2666 MHz (2x8 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX)
    GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT (XFX THICC II, VBIOS updated to 113-R_210_XT_NAVI10_MS_190612_W8). Driver version 19.12.2
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 144 Hz, 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz and 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Home 1903

    Game:
    Prototype v 0.1.6568
    Windowed fullscreen
    All epic
    Experience: UE4 crash in controller settings menu a minute after launching first time. Second launch is stable but the game seems to run with forced V-sync, 59-60 FPS regardless of what's going on in the game.
  • CyberHumiCyberHumi Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 1
    Hardware Specs:
    CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X
    GPU: GeForce GTX 1080Ti (driver 441.66, gsync enabled)
    MB: MSI X570 GAMING PRO CARBON WIFI
    RAM: 64GB 3466MHz DDR4 [4x16 DualChannel]
    Screen resolution: 2560x1440 @ 144Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1909

    Game:
    Version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, Epic preset
    Experience: Runs smooth, general gameplay 80-120fps; home base 60+fps
  • AlejandroAlejandro Common Alpha Backer ES1, Customer Posts: 2
    Hardware Specs:
    CPU: Ryzen 7 3800X
    GPU: GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER (driver 441.41, gsync disabled)
    MB: ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus (WI-FI)
    RAM: 32GB 3000MHz DDR4 [4x8 DualChannel]
    Screen resolution: 1920x1080 @ 60Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1903 Build 18362.535

    Game:
    Version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Borderless Windowed, Epic preset
    Experience: Rock-solid 60fps with OBS Studio streaming to twitch.tv at 5mbps bitrate for over an hour of gameplay ()
  • gojira_bdxgojira_bdx Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 6
    Hardware Specs:

    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8x 3.60GHz
    GPU: MSI nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Gaming Z - 6GB GDDR6 (Driver-Version 441,66)
    MB: MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS AMD X570
    RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO schwarz DDR4-3200
    Screen resolution: 2560x1044 @ 144Hz G-Sync activated
    OS Windows 10 Home 64bit 1909

    Game:
    Version Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphic Settings: Full Screen, EPIC preset
    Game Experience: Runs smooth and good with only 60fps!? At some bases or stations the fps drop down on 30-40.
  • ImathilImathil Member Posts: 1
    edited December 2019
    Hardware Specs:
    MB - Aorus X399 Extreme
    CPU: AMD Threadripper 2950
    GPU: AMD Radeon VII
    RAM: 128 GB DDR4-3200
    Screen Resolution: 3440x1440 @ 60 (Dell 3415)
    OS: Windows 10 Education (Enterprise) 1909

    Game:
    0.1.6568
    Graphic Setting: Windowed, all settings at EPIC
    Graphically it runs very smooth, only stuttered once. GPU ran at 95-100% loading, locked at 60 refresh rate. Graphics look outstanding. Controls very responsive (keyboard and mouse). Need to try Joystick next.
    LIttle hard to get any idea of how the game really plays when a) it crashes on reloading at a save point and b) your ship disappears when you dock at a Trading Post.
  • KardininKardinin Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 11
    As requested in Project Update #14:

    HARDWARE SPECS
    CPU: Intel Core i7 5960k at stock 3.5Ghz, but sometimes I boost it to 4.4
    RAM: 16GB
    GPU: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (driver 441.12, gsync enabled)
    Screen resolution: 2560x1080
    OS: Windows 10 Home

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Windowed Full Screen, all settings EPIC
    Experience: Super smooth. FPS in 100s,

    Please... can we set arbitrary frame rate caps? I don't like frame-time deltas / frame rate changes, and I like keeping my gfx running cool (work smarter, not harder) w/ reasonable high fps's.
  • gojira_bdxgojira_bdx Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 6
    edited December 2019
    Hi,

    @ these guys with 80 to +100 fps: How are your settings for that?
  • KardininKardinin Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 11
    It depends on what your GFX card is.
    I have a 1080ti.... so so far, it's flexing pretty hard on this demo. I can get ~100 to 120fps, but GPU is at 100% w/ all epic settings.

    It's a strong GPU, on the most recent Digital Foundry rankings, somewhere between gtx 2080 and 2070 Super.
  • HazzyDevilHazzyDevil Member Posts: 11
    Hardware Specs: Potato
    CPU: Intel i7 4770
    GPU: GTX 750ti 2GB (feelsbadman)
    RAM: 8GB DDR4
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    OS: Windows 10

    Experience: yeah it’s a rip sadly. Graphics setting are all low and in some areas where there’s not much being rendered I can get 50-60 fps but when there are many things being rendered, the fps will plummet (below 30 fps)
  • KardininKardinin Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 11
    > @HazzyDevil said:
    > Hardware Specs: Potato
    > CPU: Intel i7 4770
    > GPU: GTX 750ti 2GB (feelsbadman)
    > RAM: 8GB DDR4
    > Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    > OS: Windows 10
    >
    > Experience: yeah it’s a rip sadly. Graphics setting are all low and in some areas where there’s not much being rendered I can get 50-60 fps but when there are many things being rendered, the fps will plummet (below 30 fps)

    Lol.... This is a entry level PS4, surprisingly...
    You're cpu is great. Spend 200 to get a new gtx 1650 or something around that. Double or triple your frame rates at higher settings.

    Here's where I wish you can do frame rate limiters. Lock 30fps and it'll feel smoother. Frame rate fluctuations are what makes things feel more jittery despite having a higher frame rate than a stable, locked 30fps.
  • HazzyDevilHazzyDevil Member Posts: 11
    > @Kardinin said:
    > Lol.... This is a entry level PS4, surprisingly...
    > You're cpu is great. Spend 200 to get a new gtx 1650 or something around that. Double or triple your frame rates at higher settings.
    >
    > Here's where I wish you can do frame rate limiters. Lock 30fps and it'll feel smoother. Frame rate fluctuations are what makes things feel more jittery despite having a higher frame rate than a stable, locked 30fps.

    Wow really? A 750ti is similar to an entry level ps4 gpu? That’s surprising cause I feel like this would still run better on a ps4. But yeah I need to upgrade asap. Planning on getting a new one next year though since AMD are coming out with an ‘nvidia killer’ and nvidia are supposedly releasing their ampere series
  • KardininKardinin Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 11

    > @Kardinin said:

    > Lol.... This is a entry level PS4, surprisingly...

    > You're cpu is great. Spend 200 to get a new gtx 1650 or something around that. Double or triple your frame rates at higher settings.

    >

    > Here's where I wish you can do frame rate limiters. Lock 30fps and it'll feel smoother. Frame rate fluctuations are what makes things feel more jittery despite having a higher frame rate than a stable, locked 30fps.



    Wow really? A 750ti is similar to an entry level ps4 gpu? That’s surprising cause I feel like this would still run better on a ps4. But yeah I need to upgrade asap. Planning on getting a new one next year though since AMD are coming out with an ‘nvidia killer’ and nvidia are supposedly releasing their ampere series

    So here's the funny part:
    The PS4 cpu was already outdated at time of release (Jaguar 8-core = top of the line iPad processor at time of release). It's GPU was also immediately outdated too (equivalent to a radeon 7750 or 7780, can't remember). Things look good now because the devs can program "down to the metal" and have it do optimization tricks like crazy. But because of its weak CPU, even if you quadruple the GPU, you're still going to get ~30fps if the game itself is anywhere complex.

    Gaming PCs are completely inefficient despite the average one being multiple times more powerful than an entry PS4. It has to have the overhead to run windows. Its software has to be "generic" enough that a -BEEP- ton of different types of hardware and hardware configurations can play nicely with it. It's like how a "one size fits all" doesn't really fit anybody... A mid-level (yours is no longer w/ the gtx 750ti) gaming PC isn't going to fundamentally change the game itself. It just runs it smoother (higher fps) w/ better graphical features (Ooo... slightly more realistic shadows...)

    What I'm getting at is.... if you want an instant upgrade right now, $200 will get you a HUUUUUUGE boost compared to your current offering. With the next PS5 XboxWhatever there will be a big shift in *style* of architecture (for my money, big CPU boost, big SSD speed boost, GPU not gonna change much for right now).

    So..... If you wait till next year, to match next-gen console settings, you'll probably need to significantly upgrade your CPU also, make sure your SSD is high, speed, and also get new GPU, which means probably a whole new computer build, frankly.

    But with your current setup, a little money on a new GFX card, and if you splurge, double your ram (for cheap), you'll get easily >> XboxOneX level of graphical fidelity and also higher frame rate--definitely a gigantic framerate boost if you don't bother upping your monitor resolution.

    to summarize: spend a little now, on the right spots (GPU), for instant upgrade to max settings on current gen complexity games (which includes Everspace 2), start hoarding money for your next build and see what the paradigm shift might be, w/ the upcoming consoles.
  • gojira_bdxgojira_bdx Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 6
    Kardinin said:

    It depends on what your GFX card is.
    I have a 1080ti.... so so far, it's flexing pretty hard on this demo. I can get ~100 to 120fps, but GPU is at 100% w/ all epic settings.

    It's a strong GPU, on the most recent Digital Foundry rankings, somewhere between gtx 2080 and 2070 Super.

    I have a RTX 2060 and i think that these GPU can also manage +100 fps in ES 2 , too.
  • chris_gchris_g Member Posts: 2
    edited December 2019
    HARDWARE SPECS
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 3700x @ 4.2GHz (all cores)
    RAM: 16GB 3200Mhz CL14
    GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT (latest drivers 19.12.2)
    Screen resolution: 3840x2160 (4k) @ 60Hz (freesync)
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1903

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, all settings EPIC
    @3840x2160 = 25-40 fps
    @2540x1440 = 45-60 fps
    @1920x1080 = 60 fps (locked)

    No crashes, all running fine, but it seems this game is not optimized for AMD Radeon GPUs? Other commenters have 60 fps at 4k resolution with equivalent performance cards Nvidia 2070/1080ti ??
  • PellaeonLivesPellaeonLives Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 1
    Here's my experience on a laptop workstation. Should be a unique test case.

    CPU: Intel Core i7-8750H @ 2.2 GHz (turbo boost up to 4.2 GHz)
    RAM: 16 GB
    GPU: Nvidia Quadro P1000 (4 GB)
    Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1809
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568

    Played the game for over an hour in fullscreen. Mostly ran around 45 fps at medium settings, dropping to 30 occasionally. No crashes or obvious glitches. I'm surprised it runs as well as it does with this GPU.
  • ES_744ES_744 Common Alpha Backer ES1, Space Dog Posts: 44
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz
    RAM: 32GB
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, driver 26.21.14.3200
    Screen Resolution: 1920x1080 (fullscreen windowed)
    OS: Windows 10 Home 1903
    Game Version: 0.1.6568

    Graphics settings: epic
    FPS seems locked at 60
  • StormFighterStormFighter Kickstarter Backer ES1, Space Cat Posts: 3
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz
    RAM: 32 GB
    GPU: NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti
    Resolution: 1920×1080, fullscreen windowed
    OS: Windows 10 Home

    Graphics settings: epic

    Game runs smoothly, experienced one crash (played for 1.5 hour).
  • neXPerneXPer Member Posts: 3
    edited December 2019
    CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X
    RAM: 16 GB 3000MHz
    GPU: RTX 2080 Ti
    Resolution: 3840x2160 @120Hz fullscreen
    OS: Windows 10 Home
    Game Version: 0.1.6568

    Graphics settings: epic
    Played 30mins, no crashes, no bugs. FPS 60-80 depends on situation.
    My GPU is only on 45% usage!?
    Is it just me or is there no difference between the graphic settings except the shadows?
  • Grendal27Grendal27 Member, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 37
    Playing on an old laptop: Dell Lattitude E6540

    CPU: Intel Core i7-4810MQ @ 2.80GHz
    RAM: 8 GB
    GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4600
    Resolution: 1920x1080 @ 60 hertz
    OS: Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit

    Graphic settings: all low
    Played for about an hour or two, no crashes. FPS was okay (for me, I'm used to it), maybe 20-30, although I didn't keep track. It was definitely playable though, and loading screens weren't long either (except initial startup).
  • L0rd_Cha0sL0rd_Cha0s Member Posts: 1
    Hardware Specs:
    CPU: Intel Core i7-6900k 3.20GHz
    GPU: 1080 GTX Founders Edition x2 HB SLI
    RAM: 32GB
    Screen resolution: 3440x1440 @ 100Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1909
    Graphic Settings: EPIC ALL
    The FPS range from 44 to 92. Game seems stable. However, I only completed starting zone. Game seems great! Can't wait! :-)

    **SLI support pretty please.**
  • huukahuuka Member Posts: 3
    HARDWARE SPECS
    MB: Z390 Phantom Gaming 4 (bios P1.10G)
    CPU: i9 9900k
    RAM: 32GB M378A2K43CB1-CTD(DDR4 PC4-21300 16GB) x2
    GPU: NE6208TS20LC-150A(2080Ti OC 11GGD61H3P1UC) (driver 441.66)
    SSD: SAMSUNG970EVO MZ-V7E500BW(M22280NVMe 500G TLC
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 144 Hz
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1903

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, Epic preset

    FPS
    Normal 144fps(Sobek 1)
    Cruise Drive 120fps~144fps(Sobek 1)
    Over 90 fps in battle with 10 enemies(Sobek 1)

    Experience: I have been playing for about 6 hours in total.
    If you try to move items stuck in the warehouse when there are too many items,
    each will freeze for about 1 second, and if you move about 20 in a row, the game will crash.
  • ThebadmfThebadmf Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES1, Space Booster, Kickstarter Alpha Backer ES2 Posts: 10
    edited December 2019
    HARDWARE SPECS
    CPU: Intel Core i7 8086K @4ghz (all cores)
    Motherboard: Asus ROG Maximus X Formula Intel Z370 (Socket 1151) DDR4
    RAM: 32GB
    GPU: GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FE (driver 441.12, gsync enabled)
    Screen resolution: 3440x1440 @ 120hz OC
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1903

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Windowed Full Screen, all settings EPIC
    Experience:
    First play, I picked the ship with cloak, fired a rocket and the game Hard-locked my pc.
    Second play was <40fps after leaving it on the main menu for ~15 mins with Wallpaperengine on other 2 screens.
    Third try, quit WE, restarted game and steady 90-120 fps for around 15 mins. Sound effect on menu hover sets my senses on edge. Far too much distortion and too scratchy. Other wise all fine. Great prototype.

    PS. Rethink VR! Put it in from the start please!!! Just do an Elite: Dangerous and make the UI 3d so it can work in either environment. (I love VR, sorry)
  • CuzCuzCuzCuz Member Posts: 1
    My hardware specs
    CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
    RAM: 16GB
    GPU: GeForce GTX 1060 6gb
    Screen resolution: 1920x1080
    OS: Windows 10 Pro 1903

    GAME
    Game version: Prototype 0.1.6568
    Graphics settings: Full Screen, all settings on High
    In-Game: Game is running super smooth especially with my 144hz panel and the game didn´t even had stutters or crashes. 60-89fps while flying/fighting and over 100fps in Unknown Locations.
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