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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens APU test


LEGO Star Wars The Force 

Release date: 28 June 2016
Genre: Arcade (Platform), 3D, 3rd Person

May the Force be with you! The LEGO® game takes you on a journey inspired by the blockbuster Star Wars movie. Play as movie characters: Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO and BB-8, as well as Kylo Ren, General Hux and Captain Phasma. Adventures await you in LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. You will find out what happened in the Star Wars universe between episodes VI and VII. The game introduces new game mechanics: multiblocks and blasters. Use them to fight the First Order.

This material presents testing of the APU in the game LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, using the latest most current systems based on AMD and Intel desktop processor logic, in 1080P resolution with high quality settings.


This subsection of our review highlights the main graphical aspects of this game. Particular attention is paid to the version of the graphics engine used, the version of the API used, graphic settings and the quality of development of the main visual aspects.


LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is only supported on Windows 7/8/10. Other operating systems are not currently supported by developers and are unlikely to receive support. 


The primary and primary graphics API for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is DirectX 11 


LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens runs on its own engine. The engine was developed for use by TT Games in its own games.

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We were unable to find detailed information other than our own visual observations. 


Below we have provided the picture quality of the solutions AMD and Intel:


Test configuration
test stands

Intel Core i7-4770K

Intel Core i7-5775C

Intel Core i7-6700K

AMD A10-Series A10-7850K

AMD A10-Series A10-7870K

8 Gb DDR3-2666 Kingston HyperX Predator


Asus Z87-A

Asus H97-PLUS

Asus H110M-C

Multimedia equipment Samsung 2333T LS23CMZKFZ
Software configuration
Operating system Windows 10 Pro
Graphics driver

Intel Iris and HD Graphics Driver for Windows

AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition Display Driver 16.7.2

Monitoring program

MSI Afterburner v4.2


Configurations were tested with MSI Afterburner. The purpose of the test is to determine how platforms from different manufacturers behave under the same conditions. The average and minimum FPS were taken as performance indicators. Below is a video of the test segment:

Our APUs were tested at different screen sizes of 1920x1080 with high graphics quality settings for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. 

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 Testing at maximum quality settings 1920x1080 


With these settings, AMD APU and Core i 7 5775С.



Testing of video memory consumed by the game was carried out by the program MSI Afterburner. The indicator was based on results on systems  Core i 7 5775С and AMD A10-7870K for separate screen displays 1280x720 and 1920x1080 with low quality settings.

Testing at low memory GPU quality settings


With these settings, the APU video memory consumption is 1024 MB of video memory. 

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Loading of processor cores at low quality settings 1920x1080  


When using built-in graphics solutions, the game can support up to 8 computing threads. 


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The test was carried out on the basic configurations of Core i 7 5775C and AMD A10-7870K with 8 GB DDR3/4 2666 MGz pre-installed memory. The RAM test on the entire system was carried out without launching third-party applications (browsers, etc.).

Testing system RAM consumption   


If there is a system with Core i 7 5775C LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens consumes all 2.1 gigabytes of RAM. If there is a system based AMD A10-7870K RAM consumption of all RAM was also 2 gigabytes. 


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 Evaluation test 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 70% [13 vote(s)]

Intel Rating  1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 23% [13 vote(s)]

AMD rating 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 94% [15 vote(s)]


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This comment was made by the moderator on the site

LEOPARDYes, LEGO games are generally awesome :lol: So far I’ve only played both parts of Harry Potter; I spent 100 hours on 30% of each part. Normal games for relaxation! :-)

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