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Can i play cysis on asus GeForce 9500 GT (1024 MB) on 1280*1024?

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December 15, 2010 3:42:29 PM

Hello,

Plz provide some input.

Thanx in advance.
December 15, 2010 3:54:51 PM

Ready2Launch said:
Hello,

Plz provide some input.

Thanx in advance.


no! the minimum to run crysis is 9600gt or 4770 and your 9500gt is out of the league...
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December 15, 2010 4:03:13 PM

cheesesubs said:
no! the minimum to run crysis is 9600gt or 4770 and your 9500gt is out of the league...

Your 9500 gt is fine, at that resolution. What's your processor? As long as it's a dual core beyond 2.5GHz you should be fine for stable framerate.
Play on medium, or high without AA or AF.
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December 15, 2010 4:16:11 PM

Ready2Launch said:
Hello,

Plz provide some input.

Thanx in advance.


Absolutely not. :pt1cable: 
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December 15, 2010 4:16:58 PM

dalta centauri said:
Your 9500 gt is fine, at that resolution. What's your processor? As long as it's a dual core beyond 2.5GHz you should be fine for stable framerate.
Play on medium, or high without AA or AF.


he's try to run 1240x1024 on 9500gt and there's no further spec detail so we can't determine how the system work and even on newer i7/i5 series with 9500gt will experience lag even at low resolution and lower setting.
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December 15, 2010 4:23:57 PM

cheesesubs said:
he's try to run 1240x1024 on 9500gt and there's no further spec detail so we can't determine how the system work and even on newer i7/i5 series with 9500gt will experience lag even at low resolution and lower setting.

You do know the minimum requirements right?
A 9500 gt gives playable framerates of 30+ when on medium settings at 1280x1024 with 16xAF, it can manage high without AA or AF without problems. It's not going to give 60fps, but 30 is playable.
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December 15, 2010 4:27:42 PM

dalta centauri said:
You do know the minimum requirements right?
A 9500 gt gives playable framerates of 30+ when on medium settings at 1280x1024 with 16xAF, it can manage high without AA or AF without problems. It's not going to give 60fps, but 30 is playable.


I didn't take minimum settings into account, I think everyone here was assuming that he wants to run on Ultra.

In this case, yes. Your 9500 will run Crysis.

I had an 8600M GT in a Vostro that would run the game @ 1280x800 on medium/high settings (somewhere in between, some medium, some high) at around 20-30 FPS
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December 15, 2010 4:31:50 PM

dalta centauri said:
You do know the minimum requirements right?
A 9500 gt gives playable framerates of 30+ when on medium settings at 1280x1024 with 16xAF, it can manage high without AA or AF without problems. It's not going to give 60fps, but 30 is playable.


you do realize there was no further given detail about his system so there's no telling what kind of processor he has as it may make it worse if it's older p4 processor and 9500gt is not going to be enough in my experience. of cause to me 30fps is not playable for my eye. mostly 60fps is determine how first person shooter game to be playable. anything less than that will giving significant spiky delay(not not lag) during page flash or new item/texture appear. i am the expert of fps game and i knew i can never play anything under 60fps.

Psychoteddy said:
I didn't take minimum settings into account, I think everyone here was assuming that he wants to run on Ultra.

In this case, yes. Your 9500 will run Crysis.

I had an 8600M GT in a Vostro that would run the game @ 1280x800 on medium/high settings (somewhere in between, some medium, some high) at around 20-30 FPS


maybe he has really old processor that seriously drag down the performance on that already weak gpu. plus crysis is physics intensive +polygon/pixel heavy and huge texture a 8rops/128bit bus 9500gt is seems to be hugely handicap to me.
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December 15, 2010 4:41:40 PM

cheesesubs said:
you do realize there was no further given detail about his system so there's no telling what kind of processor he has as it may make it worse if it's older p4 processor and 9500gt is not going to be enough in my experience. of cause to me 30fps is not playable for my eye. mostly 60fps is determine how first person shooter game to be playable. anything less than that will giving significant spiky delay(not not lag) during page flash or new item/texture appear. i am the expert of fps game and i knew i can never play anything under 60fps.



maybe he has really old processor that seriously drag down the performance on that already weak gpu. plus crysis is physics intensive +polygon/pixel heavy and huge texture a 8rops/128bit bus 9500gt is seems to be hugely handicap to me.


Well, for reference, I was playing Crysis on an 8600M GT (Mobile GPU equivalent to a desktop 8400 GS) with a 1.4 GHz mobile C2D with 2GB of RAM, so he's going to have to have a pretty bad system in order to beat that. Unless he's running a low-end Pentium 4 I'm not seeing any problems there.

Mind you, it will not run WELL, but it will run at playable framerates on medium settings assuming the rest of his/her hardware is up-to-snuff.
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December 15, 2010 4:46:39 PM

Psychoteddy said:
Well, for reference, I was playing Crysis on an 8600M GT (Mobile GPU equivalent to a desktop 8400 GS) with a 1.4 GHz mobile C2D with 2GB of RAM, so he's going to have to have a pretty bad system in order to beat that. Unless he's running a low-end Pentium 4 I'm not seeing any problems there.

Mind you, it will not run WELL, but it will run at playable framerates on medium settings assuming the rest of his/her hardware is up-to-snuff.


a pentium d 915 or pentium 4 3.8ghz may not even reach the performance of mobile c2d 1.4ghz...not to mention older p4 like pentium d 805 or pentium 4 3,0ghz or even early northwood core p4/willamitte p4. and ram size is also important, there's no telling what's the size of the system ram as he did not list any detail...to play crysis you'd need 2gb of ram to play at entry lvl.
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December 15, 2010 4:59:23 PM

cheesesubs said:
a pentium d 915 or pentium 4 3.8ghz may not even reach the performance of mobile c2d 1.4ghz...not to mention older p4 like pentium d 805 or pentium 4 3,0ghz or even early northwood core p4/willamitte p4. and ram size is also important, there's no telling what's the size of the system ram as he did not list any detail...to play crysis you'd need 2gb of ram to play at entry lvl.


You just repeated what I just said, with more words.

See also: "Mind you, it will not run WELL, but it will run at playable framerates on medium settings assuming the rest of his/her hardware is up-to-snuff."

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December 15, 2010 5:05:11 PM

Psychoteddy said:
You just repeated what I just said, with more words.

See also: "Mind you, it will not run WELL, but it will run at playable framerates on medium settings assuming the rest of his/her hardware is up-to-snuff."


it WILL not run at acceptable frame rate until he tells us what his spec really is until then we can only assume his card sucks in my standard.
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December 15, 2010 5:06:07 PM

cheesesubs said:
it WILL not run at acceptable frame rate until he tells us what his spec really is until then we can only assume his card sucks in my standard.


Have a cookie, troll. :sleep: 
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December 15, 2010 5:12:28 PM

Psychoteddy said:
Have a cookie, troll. :sleep: 


whatever you wanna call me it won't change the fact he needs to get a new gfx if he wants to play crysis. troll? because you said so? with your pathetic laptop you think everyone would be like you that satisfied crappy performance on that tiny screen, i knew you cant afford a gaming machine but hey it's not a shame to talk about it.
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December 15, 2010 5:16:09 PM

cheesesubs said:
whatever you wanna call me it won't change the fact he needs to get a new gfx if he wants to play crysis. troll? because you said so? with your pathetic laptop you think everyone would be like you that satisfied crappy performance on that tiny screen, i knew you cant afford a gaming machine but hey it's not a shame to talk about it.


I have a $2000 gaming desktop at home. Built it myself. The laptop is for mobile entertainment/productivity.

i7 920 D0 @ 4.2 GHz
Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler
6 GB Mushkin DDR3 1600
EVGA X58 SLi LE
EVGA GTX 295
2x 1TB WD1001FALS in RAID0


So please, kindly stop talking.
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December 15, 2010 7:27:33 PM

cheesesubs said:
whatever you wanna call me it won't change the fact he needs to get a new gfx if he wants to play crysis. troll? because you said so? with your pathetic laptop you think everyone would be like you that satisfied crappy performance on that tiny screen, i knew you cant afford a gaming machine but hey it's not a shame to talk about it.

I felt you were trolling when you gave the earlier comment of, "No! The minimum to run crysis is 9600gt or 4770 and your 9500gt is out of the league..."

How is a slightly lesser model out of the league? You never mentioned the actual minimum requirement, just your experience based on cards that are slightly better in performance. His card can play Crysis at 1280x1024 on medium-high settings with 30 fps, which is playable to people. Notice I said his card, not his computer, I would hope when he asked which mobo's were better on his other thread, he actually upgraded his cpu along with a new mobo.
Although, just because it's not to your want and need doesn't mean it won't run fine for a different person.

Judging someone based on a laptop is rather laughable, I have a refurbished 400$ laptop with 4gb of ram, a dual core @2.1GHz and integrated graphics.
Does my laptop suck? No, it does what I need it to.
Can it play games? Rather well actually, not even on medium settings but it's respectable for the price.
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December 15, 2010 7:59:46 PM

dalta centauri said:
I felt you were trolling when you gave the earlier comment of, "No! The minimum to run crysis is 9600gt or 4770 and your 9500gt is out of the league..."

How is a slightly lesser model out of the league? You never mentioned the actual minimum requirement, just your experience based on cards that are slightly better in performance. His card can play Crysis at 1280x1024 on medium-high settings with 30 fps, which is playable to people. Notice I said his card, not his computer, I would hope when he asked which mobo's were better on his other thread, he actually upgraded his cpu along with a new mobo.
Although, just because it's not to your want and need doesn't mean it won't run fine for a different person.

Judging someone based on a laptop is rather laughable, I have a refurbished 400$ laptop with 4gb of ram, a dual core @2.1GHz and integrated graphics.
Does my laptop suck? No, it does what I need it to.
Can it play games? Rather well actually, not even on medium settings but it's respectable for the price.


slightly lesser? have you ever look at the specification between 9600gt and 9500gt? the former one is twice of rop/tmu/shader/bus width count and performance is 2x faster while barely put up few fps in crysis. i stated it based on my experience and i only telling people the truth how they hardware works and simply he's not even in entry level unless everything turn off in lowest setting. if you ten to look up more bench from tom's and semi accurate you'll realize 9500gt is a joke.


that psycho's statement is simply bullcrap to me that sound like he was the only only that had g84 core. i had a 8600gts oc way to 800mhz core/ 2080mhz shader/1400mhz ram and fail to run crysis in 1240x1024 with medium setting (22fps avg)and my processor was e8500 which was way better than his mobile txxxx series...does any 9500gt had such insane core frequency and can beat that 8600gts that i modded? who was trolling? i just simply telling op his card is not enough. was i ever been wrong because i told the truth?

if you want to play crysis minimum requirement is 9600gt/8800gt and 3870/4770. that's basically solid hardware killer that 9500gt is not in that category!

PS: virtualpc xp mode is not a good thing when vt-x doesn't support by microsoft....lag in hell...
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December 15, 2010 8:15:37 PM

cheesesubs said:
slightly lesser? have you ever look at the specification between 9600gt and 9500gt? the former one is twice of rop/tmu/shader/bus width count. also the performance is 2x faster while barely put up few fps in crysis. i stated it based on my experience and i only telling people the truth how they hardware works and simply he's not even in entry level unless everything turn off in lowest setting. and about that psycho's tateent is simply bullcrap to me like he was the only only that had g84 core. i had a 8600gts oc way to 800mhz core/ 2080mhz shader/1400mhz ram and fail to run crysis in 1240x1024 with medium setting (22fps avg)and my processor was e8500 which was way better than his mobile txxxx series...does any 9500gt had such insane core frequency and can beat that 8600gts that i modded? who was trolling? i just simply telling op his card is not enough. was i ever been wrong because i told the truth?

if you want to play crysis minimum requirement is 9600gt/8800gt and 3870/4770. that's basically solid hardware killer that 9500gt is not in that category!


Can you edit your post, there's a few sentences that I can't understand.
He can only play Crysis on the lowest settings with everything off? The 9500 can handle med-high settings at 30 fps, I already stated that there are people unlike yourself who can play games at that framerate.
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December 15, 2010 8:29:51 PM

dalta centauri said:
Can you edit your post, there's a few sentences that I can't understand.
He can only play Crysis on the lowest settings with everything off? The 9500 can handle med-high settings at 30 fps, I already stated that there are people unlike yourself who can play games at that framerate.


evidence? does there any benchmark website says that 9500gt can run crysis? i tested it before it FAIL TO RUN 30FPS AT 1240x1024 with MEDIUM SETTING.
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December 15, 2010 10:24:56 PM

cheesesubs said:
evidence? does there any benchmark website says that 9500gt can run crysis? i tested it before it FAIL TO RUN 30FPS AT 1240x1024 with MEDIUM SETTING.

I'm running it on a Radeon HD 4550 with 25-30 fps on medium settings (low objects quality though)..

I'm using a Pentium D 945 and 2GB DDR2 with it too, but it runs just fine.

The 9500 easily beats that, so you must really not know anything about lower-end cards if you think it can't run this game.
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December 16, 2010 12:52:01 AM

cheesesubs said:
evidence? does there any benchmark website says that 9500gt can run crysis? i tested it before it FAIL TO RUN 30FPS AT 1240x1024 with MEDIUM SETTING.


24-38fps at 1280x1024 with low settings and medium shadows.
There's...actually no benchmarks of Crysis on medium settings besides the 4670 on medium and 4xAA.

You just did a benchmark of Crysis, care to snapshot it and share?
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December 16, 2010 2:24:01 AM

dalta centauri said:
http://media.bestofmicro.com/Y/9/226737/original/Crysis%201280.png
24-38fps at 1280x1024 with low settings and medium shadows.
There's...actually no benchmarks of Crysis on medium settings besides the 4670 on medium and 4xAA.

You just did a benchmark of Crysis, care to snapshot it and share?



i did the bench way back in almost 3 years ago! the card is rare to be find as it came with both 2x mortex 4 pin and 1x pcie 6 pin and i don't have that card anymore as it died due to extremely oc in that year. it cause by silicon die cracked after i tried to rose it to 2.5v to clock it beyond 1.21ghz core clock and 3.146ghz shader clock. the core clock/shader clock was way higher than standard 9500gt's 675core/1685shader and only got 23~25fps in 1240x1024 w/ medium setting/med shader&shadow. it is so unplayable at that setting

about the bench you gave me is at low setting which i could get it like 40~45fps but we are f*** talking about medium setting w/ 1240x1024 resolution and you can't even bring the benchmark.....nvm you'll never find suitable bench to prove your "9500gt can play 1240x1024 w/ medium setting" theory...
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December 16, 2010 4:25:25 PM

cheesesubs said:
i did the bench way back in almost 3 years ago! the card is rare to be find as it came with both 2x mortex 4 pin and 1x pcie 6 pin and i don't have that card anymore as it died due to extremely oc in that year. it cause by silicon die cracked after i tried to rose it to 2.5v to clock it beyond 1.21ghz core clock and 3.146ghz shader clock. the core clock/shader clock was way higher than standard 9500gt's 675core/1685shader and only got 23~25fps in 1240x1024 w/ medium setting/med shader&shadow. it is so unplayable at that setting

about the bench you gave me is at low setting which i could get it like 40~45fps but we are f*** talking about medium setting w/ 1240x1024 resolution and you can't even bring the benchmark.....nvm you'll never find suitable bench to prove your "9500gt can play 1240x1024 w/ medium setting" theory...



Complete sentences are a wonderful literary tool. :non: 
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December 16, 2010 4:32:16 PM

Here's what I have to say regarding my experience with Crysis:
If you set the object, texture, shadow and shader details to medium, you can play it at 20-30 FPS with the 9500 GT at that resolution withe other settings at high, provided you have a good CPU.However, you'll have to lower the resolution during the snow levels to 1024x768 if you want that much amount of FPS.Honestly, if you have a CRT monitor, 1024x768 for Crysis does not look very bad.
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December 27, 2010 3:58:24 PM

Well.. After reading all discussion above I think its time to upgrade my GPU.. I am planning to buy MSI Nvidia Geforce 460 GTX CYCLONE(Insight required) which I think can fulfil all required spec to play game at 1280*1024 resol.. BTW I have Intel Dual core processor which will be upgraded in Feb to Intel Sandy bridge with new Motherboard.. I tried to run crysis at that reso but the performance was very bad..
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December 28, 2010 7:37:27 PM

Ready2Launch said:
Well.. After reading all discussion above I think its time to upgrade my GPU.. I am planning to buy MSI Nvidia Geforce 460 GTX CYCLONE(Insight required) which I think can fulfil all required spec to play game at 1280*1024 resol.. BTW I have Intel Dual core processor which will be upgraded in Feb to Intel Sandy bridge with new Motherboard.. I tried to run crysis at that reso but the performance was very bad..


Upgrade your monitor as well, if you're sticking with the monitor for a long time then getting a 460 is somewhat of a waste.
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