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This is a Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) laptop specifications article. This page will determine if the video game works on a low spec laptop computer. Also, this article will be talking about the laptops used by Samurai Gamers, so please use it as a guide to anticipate the laptop’s behavior.
Officially Recommended Specs
The following is the official minimum required specifications for playing after being optimized for the future official release.
|OS||Windows 7 64bit|
|Windows 8.1 64bit|
|Windows 10 64 bit|
|CPU||Intel Core i3 4340|
|AMD FX 6300|
|Memory||6 GB or more|
|Graphic||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (2 GB) or more|
|AMD Radeon HD 7850 (2 GB) or more|
|Network||Broadband internet connection|
|Storage||30 GB of free space|
Does PUBG work on a laptop?
No. PUBG will not work on an ordinary laptop. It seems that it cannot start on a notebook computer without a GPU or Graphics Card. Even if you can start it, you will only barely be able to play it.
If you play PUBG on a laptop, you’ll only be able to play it on a high-specification gaming laptop.
For Samurai Gamers’ recommended specifications, check here.
Samurai Gamer’s Lighter PC Specifications (Note)
|CPU||Intel Core i7-6700 HQ|
|Graphics||GeForce GTX 970 M|
Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M is leagues away from GeForce GTX 760’s performance. A PC writer used it on the desktop, but with 32 GB of RAM, it has a good margin. Sometimes, it gets stuck and the game fails, but I changed the graphics setting and found no problem at 60 FPS.
Please refer to lightweighting your graphics here.
- What is PUBG?
- Purchase and Installation
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Recommended PC Specifications