Gephi is a cross-platform application developed in Java. It was successfully tested on many different architecture, OS and graphical configuration. Gephi requires Java version 11 but you don't need to install Java separately as it's embedded into the installation.
Minimum hardware requirements
500 MHz CPU + 128 MB RAM + OpenGL 1.2
There is no absolute minimum. This is a practical minimum. Performance is a function of graph size.
(nodes + edges)
Note that Gephi has been successfully tested on Netbooks, running on Intel® Atom.
Gephi uses an OpenGL 3D engine to speed up graph visualization. However a compatible graphic card is required. If your graphic card is older than 8 years, or if your laptop doesn’t have a dedicated graphic card, you may have to upgrade your hardware to run Gephi.
If you’re running on Linux, get latest vendor graphical drivers to ensure OpenGL hardware acceleration.