DCT says: Tested on a Intel GMA X4500 with a Pentium dual core, with shadows set to med/low and SSAO off you get a decent frame rate but may get some noticeable slowdown with shadows on medium in heavy shadowed areas.
DCT says: Runs fine on Max just don't turn on bump mapping or the game will crash
DCT says: runs great(60 fps) on max
DCT says: Keep it at default 800x600 on windows 7(32bit) or the game will crash
DCT says: just make sure you have the proper drivers installed a mpeg 2 decoder for movies if you have DVD playback on your computer your should be fine and AC3filter for the audio. Since the others Wing commander titles use Dosbox you should be fine with them
DCT says: Just make sure you do not use the "use 3d acceleration" option in the game's config this may cause massive slowdown even on dedicated graphics chips
DCT says: Smooth 60 fps of course this game is 2d so it's to be expected.
DCT says: you may experience some slowdown without applying the fan made lagfix this seems to be engine based
DCT says: While the game uses Dosbox I put it here because of Exult which runs fine with a GMA X4500 so your good on both fronts.
DCT says: Just make sure you turn on "enable software processing" in your driver options or you will have some major tearing and other graphical issues.
DCT says: Runs fairly smooth on max settings
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