What can I run on my toaster, /v/? VNs? CS GO? Emulation? D4?
Tons of emulation, yeah.
As far as modern 3D games go, you'd be relatively low end (but still possible) with the graphics in World of Warcraft, I think.
I wouldn't expect anything more than low settings (and maybe even sub 15 FPS depending on the game) in most modern games.
My only experience with toasters is using a budget laptop from 2009 as my main machine for a while, and I know it's even worse than your toaster.
Toaster gaming is the true sport of PC gaymers.
Simple Puzzle games are probably fine (puzzle quest, hunie pop), browser games like runescape are probably fine, emulated games at psx or older level should be fine. Most VNs, rpg maker games and stuff of that nature. Older pc games and some newer ones that have very low requirements might be olay, blizzard is usually pretty good at getting their games to run on toasters.
It still works as a wallpaper. Or use pic related.
It looks like a vector to me.(obviously transformed from .svg to .png so technically it isn't a vector anymore but a raster but it still looks like a vector)
Pong. Maybe Asteroids. Possibly Space Invaders if you overclock. I'd forget about Centipede if I were you.
>he actually thinks he's playing gamecube games at 1080p
we all love Lain
A car, obviously.
with similar specs, i can run dota2 and csgo at min graphics at 50ish fps.
stronghold runs perfectly.
europa universalis 4 runs okay but limited to speed 1 and 2.
skyrim(amazingly) works on minimum graphics with windowed, normal render distance. can cause lag if you shake the camera violently, otherwise works smooth.
>>he actually thinks he's playing gamecube games at 1080p
How is a game being rendered at 1080p and being displayed on a 1080p display not 1080p?
>>what is upscaling?
Something that no one ever mentioned?
>he actually thinks gamecube games are being rendered in native 1080p
I don't think you understand how emulation works anon-kun