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Since TDM 2.06 is such a different animal to the other 2.x builds (which are also much different to the 1.x builds prior to 1.08), I thought it would be a good idea to see what folks can do when armed with our performance tuning wiki: http://wiki.thedarkmod.com/index.php?title=Performance_Tweaks How low can you go? Certainly, you can no longer do tricks to make TDM run on DX8 hardware with unless that hardware fudges GL2 support via driver workarounds. If you set image_downsize to 16 can you run this on 64mb GPU's? How old of a CPU supports Multi-Core? I'm not expecting a large num
Hey there guys, I'm thinking about getting into TDM, I'm a console guy, so my laptop isn't exactly a top tier machine, here are my specs: -Intel Core i3-7100U, 2400 MHz (24 x 100) -4 GB of RAM (I'm thinking about upgrading it to 8 gigs) -Intel HD Graphics 620 (1 GB) So my question is simple, is this enough to play TDM properly? Or are there resource-heavy missions I should forget? Thanks for the answers in advance!
Ever since I first installed TDM on my Linux machine, there has been just one problem that would never let me enjoy the game in peace: The audio system. Sound will either simply not work, work but constantly flicker, or lag behind as the game goes on. Every now and then I had to adjust the sound settings to get better results... and in doing so I got a hang of what the possible configurations are. I decided to share this info here, for others who are struggling with untangling the buggy sound system. In essence: If you are running The Dark Mod on Linux, you have 3 options for sound, each wit