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Hello there @Raymond_97!

 

First of alll, I would like to say big thanks for creating this topic and making this Community more active! Your activity is being appreciated by me 💜

 

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I remember exactly my first PC configuration, where I had played ETS for 3 years

 

I got this PC setup for the Christmas 🎅 in 2017.

 

Specifications:

Processor: Intel Core i3 6100 skylake (in that time it was part of great processors with high power for good price) 

GPU - nVidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4gb OC

RAM - HyperX Fury 2x 4gb (3200mhz) 

Discs: 

HDD - 1TB Western digital / Blue

 

Now, I have built my PC on architecture AMD Ryzen 💜💜

 

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I don't remember which was the first PC I played Euro Truck Simulator 2 for the first time. However, I know that the second was a Dell Vostro 14. The configuration was an Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 Gb of RAM, and the graphic processor was an Intel Graphics. The version of the game was 1.0, so I could play at 10-20 fps.

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I think the configuration I played ETS2 for the first time in 2013 or 2014 with was a Dell XPS 710 with Windows Vista 32-bit, Intel Duo Core 1.86 GHz, and an Nvidia Gefore GTX460.

 

Nowadays, I use an Acer Predator Helios, i7-10750H, 16GB RAM and an Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060.

 

How times changed!

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I'm still using the same laptop that I started playing ETS2 on.

It is a 2018 HP omen 15

Intel I7 8th gen

16gb ram

Nvidia gtx 1060 6gb

100 gigs ssd and 1 tb hdd

Currently running on windows 11.

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Back in 2018 - ASUS R541UJ 15.6" notebook.

  • i5-7200U
  • 8GB DDR3 1866Mhz
  • GeForce 920M 2GB
  • 1TB 5400RPM HDD

Ran on low/medium at 1080p without issue.

 

Now I'm using a PC with a Ryzen 5 4650G PRO without a GPU, and it runs even better. :thisisfine:

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I started playing ETS2 on my laptop which had the following specs:

  • CPU: i3-3120M
  • GPU: Nvidia GT 710M
  • RAM: 4GB
  • HDD: 500GB

I could only play on very low graphics with 125% resolution. Even though I have bought a new PC since then, my graphics do not differ much :LUL:

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I've been playing ETS2 since 2015 and my PC has remained quite unchanged. Actually, I did play two months or so with and older setup before I built my current PC. I have no recollection of what components that PC had.

 

Mobo: ASUS Z170-A

CPU: Intel i7-6700K @ 4.5 GHz (was overclocked @ 4.8 GHz, but that became unstable)

GPU: Nvidia GTX 750 Ti

RAM: 16 GB DDR4

Storage: 128 GB SSD, 2 TB HDD

 

I've added a 500 GB SSD (OS drive), a couple of second hand HDDs and changed my GTX 750 Ti to RTX 2060 Super.

 

 

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Ah, you're making me jog my memory now! The oldest PC I remember playing ETS2 on was an old Dell desktop that I had, which had the following:

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600

Nvidia GTX 750 1GB

8GB DDR2

 

It's not that much older than my current PC though, which is a 10 year old Dell, albeit a top of the line workstation when it was new. It still keeps up today, although a GPU upgrade would be nice.

Intel Xeon W3670 (6 core 12 thread)

Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB

24GB DDR3

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Well, my first rig that I used to play ETS2 on was an HP desktop that my parents had bought in March 2010 with an AMD Athlon X4, a GeForce 210 GPU, a 500GB hard disk, 4GB of RAM and Windows 7. I stopped using that computer regularly by February 2016, as the CPU was constantly overheating whenever I was playing any games.

 

I still use the monitor that came with my first computer, and it still works perfectly fine to this day.

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The first computer I played ETS2 on was a MacBook. It wasnt great, but it worked and got me hooked on the game.

Specs:

MacBook Air early 2015, 11 inch.

Intel Core i5 5250U (Dual core, 1,6Ghz)

Intel HD Graphics 6000

4GB DDR3 1600MHz

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When I first played ETS2, I started with a laptop. It was an old Samsung laptop that had an AMD Ew-350 processor and an AMD Radeon HD 7400M graphics card.

But I'm currently playing it on the maximum graphics settings with this setup:
CPU : i7-7700K
GPU: GTX 1060

RAM: 16GB Corsair 3200Mhz
SSD: 960/970 PRO / 512GB

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