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rPi? Is it any good for playing TORN?
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    Thread created on 19:27:19 - 30/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Last replied 08:54:01 - 03/04/24 (2 months ago)
    Just a simple question if anyone has any advice on rPi and the Pro's n Con's of using it for the sole purpose of torn (I know it can do more) please feel free to leave a comment. Doesn't matter if it's good or bad, I would like to hear other opinions.
    Thanks
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    Posted on 02:26:02 - 01/04/24 (2 months ago)
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    actually debating on setting up a pi specifically for torn too... hahaha

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    Posted on 20:41:04 - 01/04/24 (2 months ago)
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    YouKnowWhoo [2168140]

    actually debating on setting up a pi specifically for torn too... hahaha
    No for gaming in general, I'm on mobile so just thought I could use pi for playing torn as well as retro games
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    Posted on 17:10:52 - 02/04/24 (2 months ago)
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    I'm not sure why this is in BBCode testing forum, but thanks to the Easter Egg Hunt I came across this.

    I have been using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ with an offical (Element 14) 7" touch screen for a few years now, which I mostly use as an extra screen to see what goes on in Faction chat (very useful during chains/wars/help/etc or socializing). It kind of runs okay (slow) with Chromium, but Firefox is a nightmare, especially since CloudFlare seems to have issues with it (verifying loop).

    Torn on mobile is much more responsive than on my Pi, so unless you're willing to go for a Pi 4 or 5 (either of which will work), expect a lousy performance. I have a Pi 4 too, I use that for other things though and haven't tested Torn on it.
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    Posted on 08:54:01 - 03/04/24 (2 months ago)
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    Perturbee [2329817]

    I'm not sure why this is in BBCode testing forum, but thanks to the Easter Egg Hunt I came across this.

    I have been using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ with an offical (Element 14) 7" touch screen for a few years now, which I mostly use as an extra screen to see what goes on in Faction chat (very useful during chains/wars/help/etc or socializing). It kind of runs okay (slow) with Chromium, but Firefox is a nightmare, especially since CloudFlare seems to have issues with it (verifying loop).

    Torn on mobile is much more responsive than on my Pi, so unless you're willing to go for a Pi 4 or 5 (either of which will work), expect a lousy performance. I have a Pi 4 too, I use that for other things though and haven't tested Torn on it.
    Thanks for the feedback I can't make up my mind on Pi 4 or 5, I'm still deciding but I was planning on using it for other projects but I wasnt sure how good it would be for a game like torn. So any info/feedback is appreciated thanks.
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