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Can I run SL with my new laptop?

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Hello everybody! I'm here to ask you a (maybe) simple thing:

I've just ordered my new T-bao Tbook R8 (for those who don't know, it's a budget laptop from a chinese company) and I wondered If I could run Second Life on that.

I know it's not that match, but I've bought it for college. :) thanks!!

The speficification is:

Brand: T-bao 
Caching: 2MB 
Core: 1.44GHz,Quad Core 
CPU: Intel Cherry Trail x5-Z8350 
CPU Brand: Intel 
Graphics Chipset: Intel HD Graphics 400 
Graphics Type: Integrated Graphics 
Model: Tbook R8 
OS: Windows 10 
Power Consumption: 2W 
Process Technology: 14nm 
Type: Notebook 
Threading: 4 
CPU Series: Cherry Trail 
Graphics Card Frequency: 500MHz

Storage

External Memory: TF card up to 128GB (not included) 
Hard Disk Memory: 64GB EMMC 
RAM: 4GB 
RAM Type: DDR3L

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I'm gonna say no, or its going to be just barely playable. My Athlon 5350 blows that Atom away from a CPU performance standpoint, especially in single threaded which is very important for SL.

And that Athlon was really struggling with SL on its own.

I don't think youre going to have a pleasant experience, if the game will run over 10fps at all. Any remotely populated place will be unplayable.

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13 hours ago, cykarushb said:

I'm gonna say no, or its going to be just barely playable. My Athlon 5350 blows that Atom away from a CPU performance standpoint, especially in single threaded which is very important for SL.

And that Athlon was really struggling with SL on its own.

I don't think youre going to have a pleasant experience, if the game will run over 10fps at all. Any remotely populated place will be unplayable.

 

Thank you.. for me to enter and turn voice on is enough when im in bed ahaha!

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