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Can i play Crysis with XFX Nvidia GeForce 9400 GT ??
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  1. what are your full specs?
  2. well..now that i think about it..even if your rockin 8gb of ddr3 and got an i7..with a 9400gt..your prob not going to get much out of it..expect the worst unfortunately
  3. Yeah, that card is not meant to play current games and definitely not Crysis.
  4. You could try it on low *shrugs*

    Why not dl the demo?
  5. It would be a waste of bandwidth. A 9400GT is on par with a 6600 GT which I used to have and it struggled with Oblivion.
  6. jyjjy said:
    It would be a waste of bandwidth. A 9400GT is on par with a 6600 GT which I used to have and it struggled with Oblivion.



    Lol I think my old 6600 came with Morrowind. And thats a big +1 to the no for the 9400 and Crysis. No way it will be playable.
  7. You can play Crysis on it - at the lowest settings, no aa, 800 X 600 resolution on a 15 inch monitor. It will run but it won't be enjoyable but it meets the definition of play.
  8. Well you can try....
    I don't think there are many people here who have experienced Crysis on a 9400GT.

    But it should run at low settings.
  9. Then , can somebody suggest the one ( price below 70USD ) that can run crysis warhead ??
    and also suggest whether GDDR2 card can handle this game ??
  10. GDDR2 ain't that good. GDDR3 gfx cards are much better.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-graphics-card,2464-2.html
    This page will give you info about recommended cards upto 70$.
  11. playing Crysis that way is like going on a roller coaster the whole ride at 2 mph. Crysis was designed for those who like eye candy, all the graphical sweetnees to be enjoyed but your videocard will reduced it to tetris-style blocks instead of the misty rainbow pixel goodness it's meant to be.
  12. There is NO card for $70 that will play Crysis. Also we have not seen the rest of your specs. If the 9400GT came with your computer or even worse if a 9400GT is an upgrade then I have a feeling the rest of your computer will not be enough either.
  13. not unless you want to play as if you had 130/130 vision and you forgot to wear your glasses.
  14. An HD4670 should do ok with Crysis at 1024x768 on medium settings without AA.
  15. jyjjy said:
    An HD4670 should do ok with Crysis at 1024x768 on medium settings without AA.


    Not if he has a P4. ;)
  16. My PC Config is ,

    Processor - Pentium Dual core 2.8Ghz
    Motherboard - Intel 102Ggc2
    Onboard Graphics - ATI radeon Xpress 200 - 256MB
    RAM - DDR2 1.5GB ( 1GB + 512MB )
    PSU - 450W
  17. Everything else is enough to play crysis.
    Just get a good card and you can play at 1280X1024.
    Get either a 9600GT or HD 4670
  18. play farcry1 instead
  19. shubham1401 said:
    Everything else is enough to play crysis.
    Just get a good card and you can play at 1280X1024.
    Get either a 9600GT or HD 4670



    what about GTA IV with HD4670 ??
  20. That depends more on your Proccy.
    My C2D at 2.66Ghz gave choppy gameplay at 1152X864.

    GTA 4 eats quad cores in lunch.
    Your 4670 won't be a bottleneck in that game.
  21. 512MB Memory is enough , right ??
  22. If you mean for the card then yes. More than 512mb is pointless on an HD4670.
  23. Yes more than 512MB is pointless on 4670 cuz it won't be able to utilize it.
    For resolution like 1650X1050 or more 1GB Ram is needed.
  24. vasanthancs said:
    Can i play Crysis with XFX Nvidia GeForce 9400 GT ??

    i have played crysis with 9400gt 1gb and it really sucks.
    you can play it on medium,no AA ,low resolution but i still had shattered frames and dots while playing
  25. swanand said:
    i have played crysis with 9400gt 1gb and it really sucks.
    you can play it on medium,no AA ,low resolution but i still had shattered frames and dots while playing


    Did u try GTA4 & Assasin Creed ??
  26. well assasin's creed 1 runs very good on 9400gt
    i experienced no problem but i dont think that gta4 will run on high with it
    my friend tried it on 8400gs,256mb and it was so choppy that DOOM 1 looked better
    with p3 +64mb ram
  27. u can but all settings are to be minimum
  28. shubham1401 said:
    Everything else is enough to play crysis.
    Just get a good card and you can play at 1280X1024.
    Get either a 9600GT or HD 4670


    for this PC Config -

    Processor - Pentium Dual core 2.8Ghz
    Motherboard - Intel 102Ggc2
    Onboard Graphics - ATI radeon Xpress 200 - 256MB
    RAM - DDR2 1.5GB ( 1GB + 512MB )
    PSU - 450W

    DDR2 1GB Card will be enough for enjoying these games in 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 resolution in 17" CRT ??

    If yes , please suggest some DDR2 cards ......
  29. Best answer
    You want a DDR3 card as it is faster. A card with more than 512mb of memory is totally pointless at your resolution so only get a 1gb card if the price difference is negligible. The HD4670 and 9600GT were good suggestion. Adding another gig of ram to your system would be smart.
  30. jyjjy said:
    You want a DDR3 card as it is faster. A card with more than 512mb of memory is totally pointless at your resolution so only get a 1gb card if the price difference is negligible. The HD4670 and 9600GT were good suggestion. Adding another gig of ram to your system would be smart.



    ^ +1

    Low end video cards do not have the processing power to make use of more than 512mb on the card. Adding 1gb is a marketing gimmick.

    You want DDR3 or GDDR3 for sure. You are going to have a hard enough time with the rest of your computer. That 2.8ghz Pentium Dual Core is a Pentium D right? There is no support for anything newer on that motherboard.

    Go with 2gb of system memory if you can..... 4gb would be best.

    The good thing ( I guess :) ) is the really low resolutions you will be playing at.......1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 will help with an older computer.
  31. I played crysis 1024x768 on all lowest settings. It ran fine on my 9500gt, which isn't that much better than your 9400.
  32. Actually a 9500GT is roughly twice as powerful as a 9400GT.
  33. His resolution is very low and his processor is weak making an HD5750 a good deal more powerful and expensive than makes sense. Unless you want to give him the extra $60-90 out of the goodness of your heart then an HD4670 or 9600GT are far from a waste of time and actually much more appropriate recommendations.
  34. 9600GT comes with 128 bit and 256 bit ???

    What is the difference ??
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