* Intel Core 2 Duo E6320 or better recommended * AMD X2 6000+ or better recommended
# 1GB RAM (XP). 2GB (Vista) # 256MB graphics card w/ Shader Model 3.0 support. 512MB or higher recommended
* nVidia GeForce 7900. GeForce 8600 GTS or better recommended * ATI Radeon X1300. Radeon HD2900 XT or better recommended
While you can change the graphics options, you must know what you are doing or you can mess things up badly.
When trying to reach the sweet spot, change each of the options separately, run the game, check the frame rate (CTRL+F12), quit, change the next one.
Some options require you to quit the game completely and restart from the Windows desktop.
A word of warning about FSAA. It requires A LOT of memory. So if you are running at a high res and with the other options all maxed out, you won't be able to run any FSAA option with less than 512MB of video card memory. If you do this, the game will eventually crash at some point. e.g. running at 1920x1080, everything maxed out in the graphics option and setting 4X FSAA on a card with 256MB video card memory can and will crash the game.
If you do mess things up, you can use the RESET option in the graphics screen to reset everything. If that fails, you can manually delete the file that stores this information by doing one of the following:
Go to the folder where the game is installed (e.g. C:\Program Files\3000AD\All Aspect Warfare) and delete the GAME_CONFIG.INI file. When you restart the game, a new one wil be created with the defaults.
Go to the Steam folder where the game is installed (e.g. C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\All Aspect Warfare) and delete the GAME_CONFIG.INI file. When you restart the game, a new one wil be created with the defaults.