Going Medieval System Requirements

Last updated: 25 February 2020

Can my PC run Going Medieval?

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Requires 64 bit processor and operating system.

  1. Right-click the Windows icon in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen
  2. Click on the ‘System’ Tab in the pop-up menu
  3. Your computer’s CPU name will be displayed under ‘Device Specifications > Processor’

  1. Right-click the Windows icon in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen
  2. In the opened menu click on ‘Device Manager’
  3. In ‘Device Manager’ click on the arrow next to ‘Display adapters’
  4. Under the drop-down, you will see the GPU that your computer is using

  1. Right-click the Windows icon in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen
  2. Click on the ‘System’ Tab in the pop-up menu
  3. Your computer’s RAM will be displayed under ‘Device Specifications > Installed RAM’

  1. Right-click the Windows icon in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen
  2. Click on the ‘System’ Tab in the pop-up menu
  3. You can see if Windows is 64 or 32 bit under ‘System type’
  4. You can see Windows version under ‘Windows edition’

Going Medieval Windows Requirements

Requires 64 bit processor and operating system.

Going Medieval system requirements for Windows
Minimum Requirements Recommended Requirements
OS
OS
Windows 7
OS
Windows 10
Processor
Processor
AMD or Intel, 3 GHz (AMD A10 7850K, Intel i3-2000)
Processor
AMD or Intel, 3.3 GHz (AMD FX 8300, Intel i5 3000)
Memory
Memory
8 GB
Memory
16 GB
Graphics
Graphics
AMD/NVIDIA dedicated GPU, 2GB dedicated VRAM (Radeon HD 7870, Geforce GTX 750)
Graphics
AMD/NVIDIA dedicated GPU, 4GB dedicated VRAM (Radeon R9 380, Geforce GTX 960)

Going Medieval minimum requirements for Windows assume having at least Windows 7 operating system. Your processor should be AMD or Intel, 3 GHz (AMD A10 7850K, Intel i3-2000) or a more powerful one. The minimum RAM requirement is 8 GB. As for a graphics card, it should be AMD/NVIDIA dedicated GPU, 2GB dedicated VRAM (Radeon HD 7870, Geforce GTX 750).

If you go for recommended requirements for Going Medieval for Windows, your operating system should be Windows 10. Recommended CPU would be AMD or Intel, 3.3 GHz (AMD FX 8300, Intel i5 3000) CPU or equivalent. For RAM, it is recommended to have 16 GB or more. And video card — AMD/NVIDIA dedicated GPU, 4GB dedicated VRAM (Radeon R9 380, Geforce GTX 960).

FAQs

Can I run Going Medieval?

You would be able to run Going Medieval on your PC if it meets minimum requirements below. You can also use our free test tool to check it!

Minimum requirements for Windows are:

Can I play Going Medieval with 6 GB of RAM?

No, this is not enough to play Going Medieval. The minimum RAM is 8 GB.

Can Going Medieval run on 8 GB of RAM?

Yes, Going Medieval can run with 8 GB of RAM. It's a minimum requirement.

How much RAM does Going Medieval need?

You need at least 8 GB of RAM to run Going Medieval on PC, but 16 GB is recommended.

What processor do I need for Going Medieval?

AMD or Intel, 3 GHz (AMD A10 7850K, Intel i3-2000) is a minimum requirement for PC to be able to run Going Medieval.

What graphics card do I need for Going Medieval?

You need AMD/NVIDIA dedicated GPU, 2GB dedicated VRAM (Radeon HD 7870, Geforce GTX 750) or more powerful video card.

What version of Windows can I use to play Going Medieval?

Windows 7 or newer.

Does Going Medieval require a 64-bit OS and processor?

Yes, Going Medieval needs a 64-bit processor and operating system.

Can I run Going Medieval on my laptop?

Yes, as long as it meets minimum requirements above.

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