@Willrock Your Windows specs shouldn't matter too much. As long as your computer is capable of running Chrome browser, that should be enough. Your computer is definitely more than capable of running Stadia.
What is your issue btw? Can you elaborate more? I'm not quite sure I understand from your post.
Would be also interesting @Willrock if you have those problems in general with every game on Stadia or only in one particular game.
On my Windows 7 in the Chrome browser it's working and your system-stats even sound better than mine, so I guess you must be able to play with a good performance, but yeah the question is now what affects your gameplay so much.
@WillrockI had issues with both video quality and regular alerts that I had connection issues until I disabled hardware acceleration. I have a relatively high end system so I didnt think having hardware acceleration enabled would cause a problem. I was getting the connection alerts every 2-5 minutes, colors were muted, and random things were fuzzy before I disabled it. Destiny 2 looks crisp now with no more connection alerts or getting kicked out of the game. Gylt had a similar improvement. To disable it go to the settings of Chrome and search for 'Use hardware acceleration when available" If it is toggled on , then switch it off and restart your browser. Some people have reported doing the opposite helps so if it is already disabled, turn it on and restart Chrome.
Hello, I had an issue where my pc could not run stadia, tons of lag... I've been through everything...
Resettings network, running tcp optimizers, network wizards, scanning for malware, removing antivirus
It was chrome browser.. I deleted it and reinstalled, then worked great again. I did not sync my account yet, so its possible it was an extension... But I doubt it, I think it got corrupted from running Kapersky AV, which installed a VPN without my permission..
I was actually playing Stadia VPN and it actually worked okay at times lol!
Most likely your Chrome browser is corrupted.. it happens
I am facing same problems. On Chromecast superb performance but on my PC lots of "connection problems" with artifacts, stuttering and so on.
All devices are in the same network! A continuous ping doesn't show any connection related problems.
I do have a 200mbit connection (German Vodafone)
That's what I already did:
Disabled every chrome plug in
Disabled all firewalls / anti Virus tools
Continous monitoring of connection (ping on stadia.google.com shows no disconnections)
Changed network cables
Disabled HW acceleration (fixed the appearing Connection problem message) but causes huge input lag making games unplayable.
Haven't tried to switch video encoder via console hack (which can't be a serious solution in my opinion)
I am grateful for every help!
1. Reset Chrome flags - go to the URL chrome://flags , select "Reset all to default", restart Chrome and try again.
2. Run Chrome and use an Incognito window and see if that helps, disable any extensions that might have been added.
3. Reduce refresh rate on mouse pointer (usually a feature on some mouse drivers e.g Logitech).
4. Access Chrome flags and enable the feature "Enables pointer lock options".
5. On Windows 8 run Chrome in Windows 7 compatibility mode.
6. Black screen on Chrome, try: Chrome flags and set Hardware accelerated video decode to Disabled.
These are some of the suggestions that I've seen that have addressed the issue for some users. Can't hurt to give them a try and see if it resolves any of your issues.