- Oct 17, 2007
My laptop is good minus having Vista on it. I think it can play most anything, though.
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Btw, if you cannot run Crysis, it doesn't mean you're not up to standards, though most of you already know this. It takes an 8800 GT SLI x2 to run it completely smooth. But running two of those babies require a VERY GOOD cooling system. I'm running an 8600 GT, and I could run it at MAYBE low settings, but who likes to play low settings...?
Then again, it's possible to run Crysis with one 8800 GT or even an 8600 GT. Just gotta have the right set up. An AMD Athlon 6000+ would be nice... I should get me one when I get a job. That's the only thing my PC fails at is the processor. :\ I'm running a freaking AMD Athlon 3600+. Though it may be dual core and top out at 5.2 GHz... IT SUCKS! Everything else is a go.
Yeah, from what I hear, there doesn't exist a computer out there with a CPU or GPU powerful enough to run Crysis not only at max settings, but also at MAX RESOLUTION. Sure, with the most powerful computer out there, you can run Crysis at about 30 FPS at most at maximum resolution and also max settings, but don't expect to see 60 FPS, which people are freaking out over. Give it some time and there'll be a graphics card that'll be out able to pimp smack Crysis' raggedy ass like it ain't no thang. Speaking of which, Nvidia's announced an upcoming graphics card...
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Nvidia's Upcoming GeForce 9800 X2, Spotted in the Wild - Some real competition for AMD's HD 3870 X2 - Softpedia
It still has quite a bit of work up ahead for it, but expect it to be amazing...and also expect it to have 3 different revisions released several months after its original release, lmao