Botting rig suggestion for 5 clients

Discussion in 'MapleStory Global & Europe' started by sellymater, May 14, 2018.

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  1. sellymater

    sellymater Hungary Premium Premium

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    Hello, I am planning to buy a new pc to bot on, but only with 5 clients.
    If there's anyone who's using more clients can please help me with this?

    Would 5 clients run smooth if i choose these :
    i5-2400
    8Gb ram
    and some 1GB Graphics card

    Or if theres anything that should be improved and anyone could help me with it, would be awesome.
    Thanks!
     

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  2. lianne14

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    If its a budget build, just get a ryzen APU, and 16gb of rams. If im not wrong can run around 13-16 clients (with graphic reduction activated)
     
  3. Hackz101

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    I think those parts will be fine if you only wanna run 5 clients. ^ also makes a good suggestion.
     
  4. sellymater

    sellymater Hungary Premium Premium

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    Thanks!
     
  5. ALiQBABY

    ALiQBABY MapleKings Premium

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    rent a dedi server and farm on that cheaper, more clients, better and no electricity cost
     
  6. Hackz101

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    Just for reference I easily ran 10+ clients with reduced graphics on my rig

    i7 2600
    8gb ram
    Gtx 970

    Imo the 970 is overkill so you'd be fine with a 1-2gb VRAM card
     
  7. sellymater

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    Do you know any site where I could rent a dedicated server from?
     
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  9. Hackz101

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    Never thought of doing that. Outsourcing a dedicated server. You would need to be making $ to cover the costs though.
     

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