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STALKER: Call of Pripyat and problems on high end machines.

I have been doing some reading and it seems STALKER: Call of Pripyat has some issues with High end machines. Can anybody confirm or deny this? I am highly interested in the game.
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  1. CoP is a demanding game, it looks great for me, even with the settings not being set at max. What do you mean high end machines, like crossfire/sli setups or dx11 ready cards?
  2. Well I am building my first PC soon and this is likely to be my setup unless I can find a good reason to change it. (Yes, it will have a SLI setup.)


    Processor: Intel Core i7-930 2.80GHz 8 MB

    Motherboard: Gigabyte LGA1366 SATA3 GA-X58A-UD3R

    Memory: 3X2GB Corsair XMS3 PC3-10666 1333MHz Triple Channel Core i7 DDR3 Memory Kit

    Hard Drive: Samsung 1 TB Spinpoint 7200 RPM 32MB Cache

    Power Supply: Antec Truepower 23754 TP-750

    5.25" Bay: Lite-On LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Dual Layer Drive IHAS424-98

    Cooler: Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. B for Intel Socket 1156, 1366 and 775

    Video Card: 2X MSI GIGABYTE nVidia GeForce GTX470 (For SLI)

    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
  3. Out of interest, what graphics hardware (i.e. screen(s)) will you be playing on, and at what (total) resolution?

    An SLI setup of that power is massive overkill for most screen setups and resolutions, and will cause problems with drivers, heat, noise and cost more to buy and run. You may well be better off buying a single high-end card (I'd suggest waiting until the new Radeon HD 69xx series comes out in November and see how they are and what happens to prices) that can potentially be SLI/Xfired later.
  4. I will be playing at 1920 X 1080 and the screen will be the Samsung PX2370. This is my first Gaming PC so I am a little in the dark about some stuff. I have read that the GTX 470s run hot. the other setup I am looking at is 2X HIS Radeon HD 6870. I really want to run Crysis 2 maxed out when it comes out (that is if it doesn't have invasive DRM.) Would I be better off waiting for the 69XX?
  5. MockingbirdUK said:
    Out of interest, what graphics hardware (i.e. screen(s)) will you be playing on, and at what (total) resolution?

    An SLI setup of that power is massive overkill for most screen setups and resolutions, and will cause problems with drivers, heat, noise and cost more to buy and run. You may well be better off buying a single high-end card (I'd suggest waiting until the new Radeon HD 69xx series comes out in November and see how they are and what happens to prices) that can potentially be SLI/Xfired later.


    Sorry for the double post, but what monitor would you recommend?
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    i like the24" dell im using its 1900x1200 i use a 5870 with it
    but i would wait for the new amd 69xx check out the reviews first
    o and the newish WD VelociRaptor 600GB 10,000rpm SATA 6Gbps Hard Drive i think is much better
  7. thanks. I was leaning towards a velociraptor. I think I will open up a new thread regarding the videocard and monitor.
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