Help me with crysis

hey guys, i just bought dell ispiron, it's got 1.5 GB Intel(R) graphic accelarator card, 370 GB hard disk space and 3 GB RAM, 2.25 GHz , can you tell me can i play CRYSIS on it ???
PLEASE HELP ME PLEASE
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  1. Its a intergated graphics card... you prob can't
  2. i was able to run NFS most wanted , so can't i run Crysis ?
  3. Crysis is one of the most demanding dx9 games on the market...

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    Just run this test

    http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/

    Scroll down to crysis and it will tell you if you can run it.
  4. on all terms i am pass but only this.. i have i3 processor

    Video Card
    Recommended: Supported chipsets: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS with 640MB RAM or similar.
    You Have: Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator HD (Core i3)
    Upgrade Suggested: Unfortunately, your Video Card does not meet this requirement. recommendations.
    Features: Recommended attributes of your Video Card
    Required You Have
    Video RAM 640 MB 1.2 GB
    3D Yes Yes
    Hardware T&L Yes Yes
    Pixel Shader version 3.0 4.0
    Vertex Shader version 3.0 4.0
  5. what you say after seeing the result of my computer by system requiremnt lab ?? can i run it ?
  6. No,

    but I knew that you could not run it before the results even.

    Crysis... well its a demanding game. While most graphics card on the market can run it now intergaded are 3 generations behind.
  7. scratch the graphic card upgrade idea...

    Its a laptop..

    and I don't think that one is upgradeable.


    It would help us if you tell us what the exact name of your laptop was... there are lots of verisons of dell insprion
  8. Well, I have a Dell XPS M1330 with 4GB of RAM, Intel core 2 duo T5750 (2.00ghz), and an Nvidia GeForce 8400M GS with 128MB VRAM, and it can run it smoothly for the most part, everything minimum, 800x600. If you just want to play it, then it'll work. If you want it to look nice, it won't.

    One option is to make an external GFX card for your laptop, but it isn't exactly the easiest to set up. I'm running an external desktop Radeon 5870.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/gaming-software-graphics-cards/418851-diy-vidock-experiences.html
  9. ^ I some how doubt it considering a 8400GS can't run it smoothly at 30fps on low details.
    Care to post fraps screen shot or benchmark?
  10. Fraps lower's framerates, so if there's a way to post an in-game screenshot showing the FPS from the console, then I gladly would.

    The FPS ranges from 10-40. 10 if you're looking into the distance with explosions everywhere, lots of foliage, jeeps and stuff. Around 25-35 fps in a regular scene shooting a couple of guys.
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    The FPS ranges from 10-40. 10 if you're looking into the distance with explosions everywhere, lots of foliage, jeeps and stuff. Around 25-35 fps in a regular scene shooting a couple of guys.

    Ahh... I would not call that smooth. If the game dips below 30fps at any point I don't think many gamers would consider that smooth.
  12. Your only option is to live without Crysis.

    Wanna play Crysis on a laptop seriously? Then budget budget at least $1,500.
  13. 30 FPS isn't too bad. One thing good about Crysis is that it masks low framerates well. I mean, if I'm playing Tribes (which I play more than any modern FPS), you can definitely tell the difference between 50 and 60 FPS.
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