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      <a name="14">Are there race and class restrictions?</a> Yes. The playable races in Blade & Soul are indeed restricted to a select few classes. Below you'll find what you can play each race as. Jin: Assassin, Blade Master and Kung Fu Master
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      Lyn: Blade Dancer, Force Master and Summoner
      Yun: Blade Master, Force Master and Kung Fu Master
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Can my computer run Blade & Soul?

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Exodus   

The difference is that small because the CPU is not the bottleneck, it's the GPU keeping things back.

Yeah those CPU's handle the game without any problems but still... i always get a feeling that "better CPU = better FPS" even tho its like no difference i would at-least have thought that the fps would drop to around 6

oh and Pentium and Celeron? Had no idea Intel still makes those teeth.png

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Faiyez   

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Haha, that's great and all man. An i3 might even be enough for anyone who's most demanding task would be merely running B&S.

Good luck multitasking while running the game, though. And forget about the increasing number of games that can take advantage of more than 2 cores.

Uninformed.

Demrofninu.

For gaming ,more cores does not mean better performance.

i5 chips have better IPC, the rest of what you said will surely be useful info for fellow posters.

Nothing of what you said is innacurate in the very least, but let's not pretend an Intel i3 is the "go to" CPU for PC gaming, because they aren't.

Is B&S the single most intensive thing you plan to do forever and ever? Fine, go with i3.

Yeah those CPU's handle the game without any problems but still... i always get a feeling that "better CPU = better FPS" even tho its like no difference i would at-least have thought that the fps would drop to around 6

You'll get better framerates in other games.

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Fatal   

Is B&S the single most intensive thing you plan to do forever and ever? Fine, go with i3.

I don't think any PC is going to last forever and ever.

And the original guy asking about this is on a very limited budget. Upgrading the CPU in a system meant for gaming at the cost of a better GPU is always a bad idea.

If he was on a $1000 budget then an i5 would be the way to go, but not at a $700 max budget.

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Exodus   

For gaming ,more cores does not mean better performance. What does make a difference is better per core performance due to the fact that the majority of games, BnS included, cannot make use of more than 2 CPU cores. Hence sacrificing money that could be spent on a better GPU for a quad core CPU will bring no noticeable gains in game performance.

The difference in gaming performance between the i3, i5 and quad core i7 is small enough to be completely ignored, the only reason to get more than an i3 for gaming is overclocking or very heavy multitasking, like running 4 game clients simultaneously.

Some games are exceptions but those are very few. (All of the Blizzard games off the top of my head)

5 years from now games will most likely all utilize more than 2 cores, but by that point quad core CPUs with very high per core performance will be available at the i3 pricepoint.

True but there are still games that synergize better with a quad core cpus than with a dual core.. but again thats another chapter (MMO's still need only 2 cores). I'm still positive that going for an i5 would be better cause you might be building this pc for B&S but im 100% sure you wont be Just Playing B&S..

(Im offtrack from the prices so correct me if im wrong)

The difference from the dual-core and the quad core is what? 100 bucks? and you get a better performance insurance to use your pc in the next years to come without lacking cores. You said it yourself that computers are not meant to last forever, So if i can pay 100 bucks more to get lets say a Extra year of not needing to upgrade my rig

But again... its all preference

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True but there are still games that synergize better with a quad core cpus than with a dual core.. but again thats another chapter (MMO's still need only 2 cores). I'm still positive that going for an i5 would be better cause you might be building this pc for B&S but im 100% sure you wont be Just Playing B&S..

(Im offtrack from the prices so correct me if im wrong)

The difference from the dual-core and the quad core is what? 100 bucks? and you get a better performance insurance to use your pc in the next years to come without lacking cores. You said it yourself that computers are not meant to last forever, So if i can pay 100 bucks more to get lets say a Extra year of not needing to upgrade my rig

But again... its all preference

The cost of an i3 3220 is $120 for the cpu + $70 for a decent H77 motherboard; $190

The cost of an i5 3570k is $215for the cpu + $110 for a decent Z77 motherboard + $30 for an after market cooler; $355

That's a $165 difference. For someone on a tight budget this usually means +/- $165 spent on a Graphics Card.

The i3 3220 is a hyper-threaded CPU, 2 physical CPU cores, 4 CPU threads, basically 2+2ht, the hyper threaded cores, if i recall correctly provide about 50% the performance of a physical core.

Now, there is a difference between the i3 and i5:

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In Games like Blade & Soul that can only use really 2 CPU threads and are very light on CPU usage the i3 only starts performing notably worse when paired with a 680 or better.

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In Games that can utilize all 4 threads on both the i3 and i5 Like Skyrim and Diablo 3 the i5 performs about 30% better. However when more GPU intensive games start making use of 4 threads, you'll still need a gpu good enough to keep up with your cpu.

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Starcraft 2 is an extremely CPU intensive game. It also cannot make use of more than 2 cores. Other RTS games are also going to be heavily CPU intensive because of the large amounts of CPU calculations that need to happen for the possible 100s of units on your screen at a time. People who predominantly play this Genre of video games are the ones who need an i5 3570k. Not because of the extra cores but because of overclocking to gain more performance per core.

And in the near future when games do utilize all 4 cores,the i3, along with the i5, will benefit from the increase in performance and they're still going to have to be as CPU intensive as Starcraft 2 to warrant the step up to an i5.

However, if someone works in content creation; 3d modelling, streaming, video rendering and the like then an i5 3570k is going to be a minimum requirement as these types of programs are going to use as much CPU power as you can feed them.

Programs that you'd use alongside gaming like a chat client, browser with 5 or so tabs and a flash video playing, maybe a music player as well are not going to make much of a difference as they barely use any CPU power to begin with. you'll be fine using those while gaming on an i3.

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Exodus   

The cost of an i3 3220 is $120 for the cpu + $70 for a decent H77 motherboard; $190

The cost of an i5 3570k is $215for the cpu + $110 for a decent Z77 motherboard + $30 for an after market cooler; $355

That's a $165 difference. For someone on a tight budget this usually means +/- $165 spent on a Graphics Card.

Ok. 100 bucks and a nice meal :teehee:

You misunderstand what i said. I agree that atm the dual core is the best choice for most game and especially MMOs

But as i said again its all preference. I would prefer a quad any day as even if i have 2 cores resting.. i will have them ready if i will ever need em (cause you never know)

Biggest buck for the price atm = 3220 I agree on that one

But i would still prefer the 3570 any time :tongue:

Note: You did not have to make such i big post, i get what your tring to say.. But I was only interested on the marketing part lol ;D

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Hajo   

Ok. 100 bucks and a nice meal :teehee:

You misunderstand what i said. I agree that atm the dual core is the best choice for most game and especially MMOs

But as i said again its all preference. I would prefer a quad any day as even if i have 2 cores resting.. i will have them ready if i will ever need em (cause you never know)

Biggest buck for the price atm = 3220 I agree on that one

But i would still prefer the 3570 any time :tongue:

Note: You did not have to make such i big post, i get what your tring to say.. But I was only interested on the marketing part lol ;D

No, it's fine! It was very informative to me since I'm not too familiar with the differences in performance between the 2.

So I can run this game maxed out with an i3 and the GPU i mentioned earlier (XFX Radeon 7850 i think it was)?

And this is totally irrelevant, but since you mentioned other games as benchmarks Fatal, would I also be able to run Borderlands 2 or Phantasy Star Online 2 maxed out at 1920x1080 resolution?

I haven't been able to find any benchmarks with this build so I want to get a range for how many FPS I will get with these games on average.

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db256   

CPU= AMD a8-4500m Quad Core 1.9

Ram = 4gb

OS = Windows 7 64bit

GPU: Radeon 7640g discrete (2gb video memory)

LAPTOP btw

can i run this game smooth at 1366 x 768

*crosses fingers*

Also just a quick thing, i hear amd ghz isnt the same as intel ghz, so about how different would they be? like 1.9ghz would be equal to about how much ghz in intel?

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Fatal   

No, it's fine! It was very informative to me since I'm not too familiar with the differences in performance between the 2.

So I can run this game maxed out with an i3 and the GPU i mentioned earlier (XFX Radeon 7850 i think it was)?

And this is totally irrelevant, but since you mentioned other games as benchmarks Fatal, would I also be able to run Borderlands 2 or Phantasy Star Online 2 maxed out at 1920x1080 resolution?

I haven't been able to find any benchmarks with this build so I want to get a range for how many FPS I will get with these games on average.

Consider stepping up to a 7870 for maxing out BnS (I'm particularly partial to the Gigabyte GHz edition), the other 2 should easily be maxed out by a 7850.

CPU= AMD a8-4500m Quad Core 1.9

Ram = 4gb

OS = Windows 7 64bit

GPU: Radeon 7640g discrete (2gb video memory)

LAPTOP btw

can i run this game smooth at 1366 x 768

*crosses fingers*

Also just a quick thing, i hear amd ghz isnt the same as intel ghz, so about how different would they be? like 1.9ghz would be equal to about how much ghz in intel?

Low to Medium

Intel CPUs typically provide more power per GHz because the architecture is better, however Intel's integrated graphics is inferior compared to AMDs. For gaming at the price point I assume your laptop was purchased at, AMD is the better option.

Also, instead of comparing GHz, compare benchmarks, iirc that particular AMD CPU performs comparably to ULV i3s.

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db256   

Consider stepping up to a 7870 for maxing out BnS (I'm particularly partial to the Gigabyte GHz edition), the other 2 should easily be maxed out by a 7850.

Low to Medium

Intel CPUs typically provide more power per GHz because the architecture is better, however Intel's integrated graphics is inferior compared to AMDs. For gaming at the price point I assume your laptop was purchased at, AMD is the better option.

Also, instead of comparing GHz, compare benchmarks, iirc that particular AMD CPU performs comparably to ULV i3s.

what would be the main problem preventing me from playing this game to the fullest, the CPU or GPU?

I didnt buy the laptop yet, but i was looking at that specific one

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Faiyez   

what would be the main problem preventing me from playing this game to the fullest, the CPU or GPU?

I didnt buy the laptop yet, but i was looking at that specific one

Look up what APU's are.

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Fatal   

what would be the main problem preventing me from playing this game to the fullest, the CPU or GPU?

I didnt buy the laptop yet, but i was looking at that specific one

If you haven't yet bought it then consider building a desktop, you're going to have to spend quite a bit for a laptop that can run the game favorably,

also,

Look up what APU's are.

you really should.

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Aery   

My baby ♥

Windows 7

Intel Core i7-2006K CPU @ 3.4 GHz

8 GB RAM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti

Still looking for a nice SSD.

Is it able to run B&S on max or are high settings the better choice?

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Fatal   

High settings ideally.

For the SSD I would reccomend something from either Samsung, Intel or Kingston. Look for one with as high 4KB ramdom reads as you can afford. Avoid samsung's regular 840, it isn't available at the right price point yet.

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Ufaria   

Can someone please tell me if this pc can run on max settings. I'm not computer savvy i just tried to overkill a bit since i wont be able to get a new computer for a long time. please and thanks ^.^

Intel Core i7-3770 Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) Quad Core 8000K

8GB memory

Intel DH77EB, H77, Onboard Video, DVI & HDMI, SATA3, USB3.0, GB LAN

GeForce GTX 670 2GB PCI EXpress 16X dual head, HDMI

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium

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Faiyez   

Intel Core i7-3770 Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) Quad Core 8000K

8GB memory

Intel DH77EB, H77, Onboard Video, DVI & HDMI, SATA3, USB3.0, GB LAN

GeForce GTX 670 2GB PCI EXpress 16X dual head, HDMI

You can do max settings.

Micro ATX. If your build comes in a compact case, I strongly suggest monitoring your temperatures while gaming, especially the video card with software such as Afterburner that lets you tweak the GPU fan. Make sure your case has good airflow.

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Ufaria   

You can do max settings.

Micro ATX. If your build comes in a compact case, I strongly suggest monitoring your temperatures while gaming, especially the video card with software such as Afterburner that lets you tweak the GPU fan. Make sure your case has good airflow.

thank you, i'll add some more fans to my build then

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Yuyuuyuu   

Im looking for a desktop no more than 700-750 but Im not sure where to find one. I heard newegg was good but theres just SO MANY to choose from Im afraid If I do I will pick wrong! Please help me, I want to play on higher than lower settings with good fps.

Ill post a link to the desktops at my price range http://www.newegg.ca/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100006737%20600030537%204021&IsNodeId=1&name=%24500%20-%20%24750

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Fatal   

Im looking for a desktop no more than 700-750 but Im not sure where to find one. I heard newegg was good but theres just SO MANY to choose from Im afraid If I do I will pick wrong! Please help me, I want to play on higher than lower settings with good fps.

Ill post a link to the desktops at my price range http://www.newegg.ca/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100006737%20600030537%204021&IsNodeId=1&name=%24500%20-%20%24750

http://www.bladeandsouldojo.com/topic/9841-guidebuild-a-pc-to-run-blade-soul/

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Azazel   

CPU:AMD FX-8120 Eight-Core Processor 3.10 GHz

RAM: 8.00 GB

VGA: AMD Radeon HD 6700 series

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit)

DirectX11

I'm assuming (praying) I'll be able to run it on max settings (or close to it) just based on the numbers I see. But I don't know a thing about computers so I don't know for sure.

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If you up the card then you can run it on max. from what i can tell you you should be able to run med-high i think. upgrade to a 7850 or 7870 or 7970

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Samsung NP355E7C-A02US Notebook PC

AMD Dual-Core A6-4400M 2.7GHz Accelerated Processor

AMD Radeon™ HD 7520G Graphics

8GB 1600MHz DDR3

17.3" 1600 x 900

Windows 8 64-Bit

500GB

and

Acer Aspire 7750G-6645 Notebook PC

Intel 2nd Gen Core i5 i5-2450M / 2.3 GHz ( 3.1 GHz ) ( Dual-Core)

AMD Radeon HD 7670M

4 GB DDR3

17.3” 1600 x 900 (HD+)

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

500 GB Serial ATA 5400 rpm

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