Better Hardware, Worse Performance
I recently got a new computer to replace my old laptop, and for some reason UE4 runs incredibly poorly. Where I was able to get 25-45 frames per second on my laptop, I now can't get over 15 on my new desktop.
My laptop's specs: Win7 premium 64-bit | Intel core i5-3210M 2.5GHz processor | 8GB RAM | Intel HD 4000 graphics card
My desktop: Win10 pro 64-bit | Intel core i7-6700 3.4GHz processor | 16GB RAM | Intel HD 530 graphics card
Same resolution for both. What steps should I take(aside from purchasing new parts) to make UE4 run as optimally or better than my laptop?
I am super embarrassed right now. It turns out my computer was using JUST the geforce 9400, which couldn't handle UE4 at all. Removed it from my computer completely and UE4 runs like a dream now. Sorry for wasting your time folks!
answered Apr 19 '16 at 11:59 PM
You really mean GT9400 like this?
If yes they i'm suppriced you are suppriced by performance, i run UE4 on 9600GT and i need to disable lot of things to make it work atleast 30FPS.
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