Will PoL run on Apollo Lake Celeron N3450 mini PC?

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CardinalPuffPuff Vendredi 21 Juillet 2017 à 14:02

Will POL run on a mini-PC Apollo Lake Celeron N3450 ?

I want to buy a little computer as a travel device. With the laptop ban, which affects me, I don't want to stick my big laptop in the hold. I would like to get a mini PC and then either use vnc to send it to a tablet or hook it up to an LCD (or even a TV).

I thought of getting an android TV box like this for $62 (you can find a coupon) or this for $109. They are pretty fast for what I want. 

One problem: they aren't x86 architecture so I can't run play on linux to play Baldurs Gate. As far as I understand, POL for Arm is dead slow.

So, what do you think of this Celeron device? They are selling them for $155 at the moment. Any idea if it will run Baldurs Gate on play on linux OK? Has anyone else tried running POL on something similar? 

"Celeron N3450 is a quad-core 64-bit x86 mobile microprocessor introduced by Intel in 2016. The processor is based on Goldmont microarchitecture and is manufactured on a 14 nm process. The chip operates at 1.1 GHz with burst frequency of 2.2 GHz and has a TDP of 6 W (SDP of 4 W). This MPU incorporates Intel's HD Graphics 500 GPU operating at 200 MHz with a burst frequency of 700 MHz."

CardinalPuffPuff Vendredi 21 Juillet 2017 à 14:27

If you look up some Pentium IIIs on this you can find processors tha were new when Baldur's gate came out. The N3450 and N4200 both have more than double the power of the contemporary PIII.

I found even faster Intel Lake processors: (J3455)

Edité par CardinalPuffPuff