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Fix Game To run at the maximum settings and performance with no issues for Low-Mid/End PC's

Tommy Daybutch King shared this feedback 18 months ago

Hey My Name Is Tom I was wondering if they could add and fix the space engineers game itself to be able to run this game at the recommended side for PC Specs: CPU InteL(R) Core(TM) i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70 GHz 2.71 GHz (4) Cores)

64-bit Operating System, x64 based processor

Computer model: Acer Aspire TC-710

Installed memory (RAM) 8.00GB But There supposed to be picking up the 2 sticks of maximum 16 that is in there... But it's not...

Monitor: Dell ST2010

OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

Disk Drive HDD: WDC WD30EZRX-22D8PB0

Cause No one can't afford Proper Computers or specs and too old for a job retired...

Integrated Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 530 1.00GB Of VRAM

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this is very difficult not just with this game but any game and this will probably never happen they have the minimum specs for a reason for people who have a low end PC but can still play the game.


Well Intel does not produce Graphics well what so ever or the fact its an Integrated card this is unrealistic goals anything over 1G of VRAM is bare minimum today for any games made in the last few years.

  • Integrated Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 530 1.00GB Of VRAM

The Processor is weaker then what I have on a 10+ year old system this would be unbearable to imagine for a game of space engineers size at all.

  • CPU InteL(R) Core(TM) i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70 GHz

It sounds great if space engineers ran better on lower end specs Id love if many games I love had lower specs but thats when you start removing features and then quallity, but these specs would run the game in its olden days, without planets and with limited world sizes (possibly unlimited with medium-low render distance) So booting the game to a version pre dx11 or pre planets (PRE 1.108)


"Installed memory (RAM) 8.00GB But There supposed to be picking up the 2 sticks of maximum 16 that is in there... But it's not..."

Most every computer has a firmware (also known as BIOS) that boots up the computer when you turn it on. Usually you press a special key when it starts up to go into the settings but be very careful what you change in it. You should find the option to enable your max 16gm of ram there I think. Again, be careful with what settings you change and when you save and exit from it.


It's 2019. There will not be an option to limit or change the RAM settings, and when there was it was to 4GB due to 32 bit limitations.

He either had one SODIMM die on him, the socket is bad, or he was sold it like that. Either way something there is not functional and it's not in software.


Hello, Engineer.

Please send a report to "Submit a Bug".

And be sure to include:

-Reproduction steps

-World/save files

-Videos/screen shots

Log files

Log files are located in C:\Users\YourUsername\AppData\Roaming\SpaceEngineers and so is saves folder.

Note that AppData is by default in windows a hidden folder, so if you cannot find it, you need to enable visibility of hidden folders. Here is guide how to do it step by step:


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we need aton of new amd optimizations with this game because we are getting very low sim speed plus I got a brand new Gaming desktop With Also is High-End Gaming Lenovo Gaming Desktop with GPU IS: AMD RADEON R9 200 SERIES WITH 2GB OF VRAM, and AMD A6-3600 APU 2.10 GHz and 16GB of Computer Ram... Please fix


How can anything from AMD be concidered "high end"


That was a silly thing to say.

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