Are you wondering about the graphic benchmarks of SWTOR? Are you wondering how well your computer will run the game or what your max settings will let you get away with? The SWTOR Beta PCGH Nerd Test will give you some good answers to your nerdy questions.
PC Games Hardware was able to take a first look at the current beta build of Star Wars: The Old Republic and they have a few things to offer in ways of benchmarks, which they were kind enough to share online for the rest of us.
- “At the same time, we have first benchmark with ten different cards, and it is tested, the CPU core scaling.”
- “At this point must be emphasized clearly that all tests with a very early beta version of the game were made.”
- “Anti-aliasing is currently disabled in the game itself and the rest of the engine will be updated with regular patches.”
So will you need an upgrade in order to get the most from SWTOR? These benchmarks will help you learn more about high-end graphics and what you can expect from your system and current graphics card. They also have article on their website ( Translated link [Thanks Adamsticks]) that talks to you more about downsampling.
Learn about CPU core scaling in SWTOR, smoothing in SWTOR, and much more from this graphic benchmark article. The only thing they can’t help you with right now is a SWTOR version for the Mac. Bioware doesn’t seem to want to give any of us an answer on that issue at this time.