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February 5, 2013 3:08:11 AM

Hello
I have just downloaded the Crysis 3 beta for PC and have opened it and it says I need a DX11 capable GPU and i assume that this means I need DirectX 11. My Graphics Card is the Geforce GT 520MX on my laptop and I have looked on the nvidia website and it says it is a directX 11 card. I also think I deleted Nvidia Physics if this has anything to do with it.

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February 5, 2013 4:32:55 AM

Why would you remove Nvidia PhysX?
That definitely might be causing the problem.
Download the latest driver for your GPU from here if you have win 7 64 bit - http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvist...
Download the latest driver for your GPU from here if you have win 7 32 bit - http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvist...
Download the latest driver for your GPU from here if you have win 8 64 bit - http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvist...
Download the latest driver for your GPU from here if you have win 8 32 bit - http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvist...

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February 5, 2013 12:22:58 PM

your wasting your time the game is not playable at any settings on your gfx.
yes it will install but the gpu is unsupported because it doesnt have the required amount of shader cores to play at 30 fps minimum settings.

if you have crysis 2 and you can get it running with the 1.9 patch, dx11 and hd textures. you can extrapilate your performance for crysis 3 you will get 2/3 the fps which for you would be about 25 at lowest settings. so 2/3 of that is
about 17 fps. this will likely be your average not your minimum max your looking at 22. so yeah it will be unplayable.
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February 5, 2013 12:33:34 PM

HEXiT said:
your wasting your time the game is not playable at any settings on your gfx.
yes it will install but the gpu is unsupported because it doesnt have the required amount of shader cores to play at 30 fps minimum settings.

if you have crysis 2 and you can get it running with the 1.9 patch, dx11 and hd textures. you can extrapilate your performance for crysis 3 you will get 2/3 the fps which for you would be about 25 at lowest settings. so 2/3 of that is
about 17 fps. this will likely be your average not your minimum max your looking at 22. so yeah it will be unplayable.


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February 5, 2013 2:05:35 PM

HEXiT said:
your wasting your time the game is not playable at any settings on your gfx.
yes it will install but the gpu is unsupported because it doesnt have the required amount of shader cores to play at 30 fps minimum settings.

if you have crysis 2 and you can get it running with the 1.9 patch, dx11 and hd textures. you can extrapilate your performance for crysis 3 you will get 2/3 the fps which for you would be about 25 at lowest settings. so 2/3 of that is
about 17 fps. this will likely be your average not your minimum max your looking at 22. so yeah it will be unplayable.


Well there's 10 minutes of my life I'm not getting back
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February 5, 2013 2:19:54 PM

dont worry there are plenty of minutes i wont get back...
just keep an eye on the specs and how they compare to todays minimum requirements.
you will get the hang of it soon enough coz you seem to have a good idea of whats what most of the time...
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February 5, 2013 3:45:56 PM

HEXiT said:
dont worry there are plenty of minutes i wont get back...
just keep an eye on the specs and how they compare to todays minimum requirements.
you will get the hang of it soon enough coz you seem to have a good idea of whats what most of the time...


Thanks man.
The thing is I'm around 15 and have had most of my experience in PC gaming and not much with laptop or networking.
I am going to pursue Computer engineering so , in time I will have a clearer understanding of things.
Right now i just try to help with whatever knowledge I have in like 5-6 years of gaming and hardware :\
But man you have like 30 years of experience. You know your stuff very well ;) 
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March 5, 2013 5:49:54 PM

toms doesnt condone piracy, its againt forum rules to give help for pirated games.
rg mechanics is a cracking group not a legitimate vendor so go elsewhere.
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March 5, 2013 6:03:39 PM




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