Minimum requirements for water simulation?

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    VadimEurope
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    Hi all, what is the minimum requirements for water simulation for comfort playing?
    And is it important RAM memory on video card?

    Will it be enough:

    – MSI MS-7267 VER:4.2 (LGA775)
    – Intel Xeon Processor E5410 Socket LGA 775 (4 core, 12M Cache, 2.33 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB)
    – 2GB RAM
    – Palit GeForce GTX 660 2GB GDDR5
    – 450w

    I understand that it will be better i5 and 970. Is there a very big difference between above PC and PC with i5 and GT 970?

    Thanks

    #102450

    Oliver Kreylos
    Keymaster

    Water simulation will work on a GeForce 660, but it might stutter relatively frequently.

    It’s best to always bind two keys, such as 1 and 2, to a “Manage Water” tool. If the water simulation gets choppy and does not recover, draining some water by pressing the “drain” key usually gets it back in line.

    #102464

    VadimEurope
    Participant

    Thanks for answer and a little hint of binding.

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