Star Wars: The Old Republic testing was performed at 800×600 with low in-game settings.
The ZBOX will offer plenty of performance in basic gaming, such as those titles which appear on Facebook with older games such as Oblivion and Quake 3 also performing well. We decided to really push the system though and see how it would handle the latest big MMORPG, Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Looking back to our AD05 review we noted that BIOWARE and AMD have been working to iron out performance on low end systems and framerates are noticeably better on that model with the latest drivers/patches. The Nano system matches that performance which is fantastic to see considering the size of the system; as things stand basic SWTOR gameplay is just about possible.
Here is a screenshot of how the game looks at our tested settings.
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