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Full specs needed to play crysis at ultra high settings.

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March 16, 2009 4:21:16 PM

Ultra high on all settings even with shadows.

Can you tell me please.

If it is still impossible to achieve please tell me too.

Remember also list how much are they.

Will my computer run crysis at ultra high quality?

March 16, 2009 7:39:47 PM

Does his computer even have a graphics card???
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March 16, 2009 11:03:43 PM

that computer is a joke. Hell, to run crysis at very high on all settings at resolutions from 1280x768 to 1920x1080 requires an GTX 260 core 216 or an HD Radeon 4870.

ANYTHING lower, like the GTX 250 (actually an rebranded 9800gtx+) or whatever, will not get you respectable framerates, or to keep your head above the 30 fps.

Processor must be like, an Core 2 Duo at least, or on the AMD side, a Phenom II.
March 18, 2009 7:21:13 PM

lol why dont you go to your local computer shop and ask them for the best pc available =)
August 3, 2009 4:09:41 PM

i dont know if he will ever read this this topic is very old but it was indexed in google so that is how i got here. I'd advise him to indeed go and talk to his local computer store ask them for the best computer they have. with atleast a Phenom II 710 core 2 duo E8xxx. For the graphic card you should atleast have a geforce 9800GTX not the GT
or a radeon 4850. but best to go for either a radeon 4890 or GTX275 those are both worth there premium costs. if you have enough money at hand go and buy it from your local store. if you dont search for an afordable computer at your local dealer and tell him you need a 650watt power supply then order the graphic card elsewere. but it is best to study the hardware you self and buy the parts online because you will save your self hunderds of dollars. you can look at me. im still saving for a new computer for quite some time now but im almost there. my buget is €900 and i will reach that goal before my birthday
October 5, 2009 3:42:13 AM

I just bought a new gaming machine the guy at the store said it would run crysis just fine but id rather here that from a techy geek on here. my computer has a nVidia Geforce GTS 250 (GPU), Core i7 920 2.66Ghz (Processor) "Don't no how to overclock it", GIGABYTE EX58-UD3R (motherboard) "not shure if the mother board makes a difference" and i got a 1680x1050 res 22" screen that i wanna run crysis at 30 fps on ultra high on can it be done?
October 5, 2009 3:49:07 AM

Oh i forgott i got 1024mb DDR3 on that nVidia GTS 250 and i got 3GB DDR3 on my mother board :) 
October 5, 2009 2:57:24 PM

My computer has a phenom ii x4 955 be, radeon hd 4890, 4gb 1600 ddr3 and I still could only play with no hiccups on the gamer setting at 1920x1200. Crysis is no joke when it comes to pushing a system.
October 5, 2009 3:26:06 PM

If you want to play at 1920x1200 then the only card that will give you a respectable frame rate is the ATI Radeon HD5870 1Gb, other then that your looking SLI or Crossfire setups. Your also going to need a CPU that can get the most out of a card like that so a Celeron is a no, no. In fact a Celeron is a no no when it comes to just about everything that even remotely demanding.
October 5, 2009 5:31:37 PM

for ultra high enthusiast settings @ 1920x1200 8xaa an i7 @ 4ghz and 2 crossfired 5870's or sli 2 gtx 295 infinity or tri sli gtx 285
October 5, 2009 8:34:56 PM

There are much better games out there than crysis.

But yeah....if you have a celeron, you're going to need a nice upgrade.
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October 6, 2009 2:25:01 PM

which is beter

mobo rampage 2 gene
core 17 920
gtx 280
xfx6 gb ddr3

or
xfx 750i
q9550
gtx 280 in sli
8 gb ddr2 corsair

plzz reply me first
October 6, 2009 2:53:05 PM

Quote:
which is beter

mobo rampage 2 gene
core 17 920
gtx 280
xfx6 gb ddr3

or
xfx 750i
q9550
gtx 280 in sli
8 gb ddr2 corsair

plzz reply me first



Umm... Let me see... Anything from nVidia is the best. That's what all the major computer makers are going to now. I would say build your own computer with the most compatable parts. Get a nVidia mother board with Quad SLI Tech. Those things have major over clocking. I have it in my home computer, I have a 8 Gb Sli. http://usa.asus.com/Product.aspx?P_ID=q8RE9mdlDnDHRRRR
Go to that site. I has one of THE best mother boards. It has 4 DIMM, Max 8 Gb DDR3. But i reconmend that you get a 64-bit os cause of reasons listed on the page. So yeah. Build your own. Get that mother board. Expencive, but the best.
October 9, 2009 8:44:05 PM

Mikez said:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Here is another one. This is a full build.


With that amount of money I can build a rig with QUAD 5870's and 920 overclocked to 4Ghz+ and still have some cash left for 3 HUGE LCD monitors... THAT pre-built PC is a joke.......
October 10, 2009 12:40:43 AM

Mikez said:
Umm... Let me see... Anything from nVidia is the best. That's what all the major computer makers are going to now. I would say build your own computer with the most compatable parts. Get a nVidia mother board with Quad SLI Tech. Those things have major over clocking. I have it in my home computer, I have a 8 Gb Sli. http://usa.asus.com/Product.aspx?P_ID=q8RE9mdlDnDHRRRR
Go to that site. I has one of THE best mother boards. It has 4 DIMM, Max 8 Gb DDR3. But i reconmend that you get a 64-bit os cause of reasons listed on the page. So yeah. Build your own. Get that mother board. Expencive, but the best.


Lol @ this fan boy crap. nvidia the best? fail .
why you suggesting a quad/duo mobo? cant even run i5/i7..thats pretty stupid when i5 750 is 200 dollars and owns ALL duos/quads

Stop reviving dead thread.
October 10, 2009 12:46:00 AM

OvrClkr said:
With that amount of money I can build a rig with QUAD 5870's and 920 overclocked to 4Ghz+ and still have some cash left for 3 HUGE LCD monitors... THAT pre-built PC is a joke.......


+1 , whoever suggested that ibuypower comp is a joke.
October 10, 2009 1:17:52 AM

Old thread is old.
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