ASUS T100 Gaming Impressions/performance

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  1. felart

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    what about Portal 2 ppl?
     
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    Dolphin unlike other emulators is GPU heavy. Net result is Dolphin plays very slow with Gamecube and really really slow with Wii games. Need a fast gpu and good cpu for Dolphin.
     
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    Wow. totally impressed with its gaming performance. I already saw Microsoft Surface Pro 2 gaming performance. It's also awesome and can play Call of Duty game, although not in full graphics. but this Asus T100 on that aspect.
     
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    Portal 2 Run great on the device at native. I can't remember what settings I had to use, but it played fluid enough at around 30fps.

    Most Valve games seem to run perfectly fine on the device including LFD2 if you are interested.
     
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    Tablet: Asus T100 (Atom Z3740 processor, 2GB RAM)

    Games:

    1. FTL Enhanced Edition installed on internal memory

    Results: Full screen. 70-80 fps.

    Verdict: Plays great.


    2. Medal of Honor War Chest (GOG version) installed on external USB 3.0 Flash Drive

    Results: 1024x768 resolution, all effects maxed, textures set to highest. 30-90 fps, mainly hovering in the 40-50 fps range.

    Verdict: Plays great.


    3. Silent Storm Gold Edition (GOG version) installed on external USB 3.0 Flash Drive

    Results: 1024x768 resolution, default settings. 30-40 fps zoomed out, 60 fps zoomed in.

    Verdict: Plays great.


    4. Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box installed on external USB 3.0 Flash Drive

    Results: 1368x768 resolution, Low settings, standard textures. 35-50 fps, mostly in the 40-45 range. Drops to 30 on crash cinematics.

    Verdict: Plays great.


    5. Eldritch installed on internal memory

    Results: 1366x768 resolution, full settings. 30-40 fps in the dungeons, 50-60 fps in the library.

    Verdict: Plays great.


    6. Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 & Earned in Blood installed on external USB 3.0 Flash Drive

    Results: Kinda disappointed with the performance here, especially after the results in other, newer games. They're really only playable at 800x600 and 640x480, but at those resolutions you can bump up the settings. 25-40 fps at either resolution. Any higher res dips into the teens quite often.

    Verdict: Passable at lower resolutions.
     
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    Can you help test MapleStory??
     
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    I've got the Vivotab Note 8 (Same specs as T100) and I'm surprised how it performs.
    I had the ME-400C before but the performance was terrible due to that PowerVR GPU.

    Unfortunately most games aren't touch optimized and it's stupid to play with bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
    I wish there was something like this for 8 inch tablets.
     
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    But an XBox controller works fine. I've been meaning to mod a USB OTG cable and the xbox wireless receiver to make it a bit more convenient
     
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