TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge System Requirements Race Into View

Written by Jon Sutton on Sat, Jan 20, 2018 12:00 PM
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For motorbike racing fans, few races are put on a higher pedestal than the treacherous TT Isle of Man, a race which has been running for more than a century and is widely considered one of the most dangerous motorsport events in the world. Now you can avoid all that danger and enjoy the race from the comfort of your own home with TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge. From the folks who brought us WRC, it promises to be a painstakingly accurate simulation of the real event, at speeds upwards of 180MPH. All you need is a PC that can run it. Here are the official TT Isle of Man PC specs.

TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-530 2.9GHz or AMD Phenom II X3 720 2.8GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB System Memory
  • GPU RAM: 1GB Video Memory
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 650 or Radeon HD 6770
  • HDD: 20GB Available Hard Drive Space
  • API: DirectX 11

TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge Recommended System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-4430 3.0 GHz or AMD FX-8150 3.6 GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB System Memory
  • GPU RAM: 2 GB Video Memory
  • GPU: GeForce GTX GeForce GTX 780 or Radeon R9 290
  • HDD: 20GB Available Hard Drive Space
  • API: DirectX 11

Ah, it's like a timewarp back to 2014. TT Isle of Man's system requirements are very reasonable indeed, covering the gamut from low-end to modern mid-range rigs. Most should have little problem running TT Isle of Man at stable frame rates, although some decent horsepower is necessary if you want to crank the graphics slider all the way up to Ultra.

On the minimum end, a DirectX 11-capable graphics card with at least 1GB VRAM should see you through, paired with a low-end dual-core processor from the past decade.

There's a considerable jump up to Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge's recommended specs, but any modern build should be more than capable of meeting these specs. For Ultra / 1080p you'll be needing a fairly solid GPU with at least 2GB VRAM. For modern variants look towards the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or Radeon RX 570.  

As ever, remember you can always check out how well your PC can run the TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge System Requirements here, where you can check benchmarking and performance from other users. Compare your graphics card to the TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge GPU benchmark chart and we also have a TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge Frames Per Second system performance chart for you to check.

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22:28 Jan-22-2018

I want a new Tourist Trophy :'(

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14:00 Jan-20-2018

Hopefully its a decent game, i own Ride 2 and love the diversity of the motorcycles in it. They do have a TT style track in it (countryside UK i believe with sidewalks and all) and it is EXTREMELY difficult. Cannot wait to try this out hopefully they do a good job on it.

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13:07 Jan-20-2018

good requirements I'd say.

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14:30 Jan-20-2018

Indeed, they are very reasonable. "When you are happy to see a game you can run on 1080p above low in 2018" Damn my pc is getting old :( but I still love it very much, my good old friend.

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19:04 Jan-20-2018

Dude good requirements are NOT determined if you can run the game or NOT, it's determined by the game complexity and graphics and the performance you get for them.


For example if a 2d pixel art game wants a rx 460 for 1080p then you know it's bad optimization, if a game with the most gorgeous art style, graphics design and quality wants a gtx 1080ti for 1080p, then it's good optimization, because it means they made a fantastic looking game run on current hardware.

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14:58 Jan-21-2018

Ok..... I know that, was just saying I am happy to see a game that older hardware can push above low. I wasn't talking about design or game complexity I was talking about the game at hand. Oh and by the way IF any game currently wanted a GTX 1080Ti for 1080p it is bad optimization no mater what. Even if the game had golden rainbows, unicorns and magic sh*t that can speak. Don't tell me otherwise. Besides I am not here to argue, have other things to do. Have a nice day, bye.

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15:13 Jan-21-2018

ammm... no it's NOT bad optimization if you get graphics many times better than in any other game and requires and is able to run on the best current hardware at mainstream resolution... those are innovative graphics right there...

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15:58 Jan-21-2018

Some "low" graphic settings still look a lot better than some "ultra" settings in other games - so I guess it all depends on what is put under those "low to ultra".

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