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Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby Smords » May 4th, 2016, 12:37 pm

Going through the list I noticed bioshock and bioshock 2 were on the list so I immediately downloaded both, bioshock played from start to end on full graphics no issues. Bioshock 2 however comes up with the "graphics not compatible" jargon "do you want to continue" I click yes and it just closes. I'm on the linx vision which I understand isn't the model listed on the works but there can't be that much difference surely?
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby F0LLETT » May 5th, 2016, 8:09 am

Smords wrote:Going through the list I noticed bioshock and bioshock 2 were on the list so I immediately downloaded both, bioshock played from start to end on full graphics no issues. Bioshock 2 however comes up with the "graphics not compatible" jargon "do you want to continue" I click yes and it just closes. I'm on the linx vision which I understand isn't the model listed on the works but there can't be that much difference surely?


Have a look around the net for ways to get it working. I did this with a game recently, I manually added the GFX to the to game config file to get it to run.
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby ChaosInCalm » June 9th, 2016, 2:55 pm

Hi all,

Has anyone tried H1Z1 on their Linx?

TIA.
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby Sparkey159 » July 5th, 2016, 1:47 pm

ChaosInCalm wrote:Hi all,

Has anyone tried H1Z1 on their Linx?

TIA.


The minimum specs for H1Z1 requires 4GB of ram. I don't think it'll even start. I may be wrong though so if someone wants to test it... :D
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby F0LLETT » July 5th, 2016, 3:52 pm

Sparkey159 wrote:
ChaosInCalm wrote:Hi all,

Has anyone tried H1Z1 on their Linx?

TIA.


The minimum specs for H1Z1 requires 4GB of ram. I don't think it'll even start. I may be wrong though so if someone wants to test it... :D


Thats what we have swap files for, :), Just increase it.
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby Neo2111 » August 27th, 2016, 4:19 pm

whatss a swap file?
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby F0LLETT » August 30th, 2016, 12:53 pm

Neo2111 wrote:whatss a swap file?


Every computer uses a file which is used for extra RAM.
Windows generally autosizes it on every boot. You can however change its size to what ever you want.
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby superjoon » December 19th, 2016, 9:25 am

Football Manager 17 works perfectly on default settings that the game picks up. Linx 10, Windows 10
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Re: Games Compatible with Linx Tablets

Postby Cliff » January 5th, 2017, 3:05 am

The steam version of GTA5 runs natively at 7+ FPS on a Linx 10V64 using a U3 type 128GB MicroSD card (it needs just under 69GB of space so won't fit on anything smaller). I use a wireless XBox360 controller to play it. It can sometimes fall behind drawing the graphic objects especially when driving full speed, the quickest fix seems to be to pop into the game menu for a few seconds and it will have caught up when returning to the game. I think Prolasso might help with that but I haven't tried it on the tablet yet.

Not exactly an ideal speed but this is GTAV (at lowest settings except for Texture Quality which for some reason works better at high and Reflection quality high because I like it that way) on a tablet. Good enough to drive or fly around for fun and enjoy the scenery but not for playing seriously.

GTAV unfortunately needs 64 bit Windows so no point trying it with a different tablet that only has 32 bit Windows even if you have a 64 bit processor.

Update:
I decided to install the simple version of Process Lasso, CPU Balance. Now if the game runs ahead of the graphics, it's quick and easy to recover.
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