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#1 10 years ago

Would my specs be able to run Crysis? and on what setting? - 3.0 Ghz Dual Core Pros - 500 gig HD - 3 gig RAM - Vista - NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Vid Card




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#2 10 years ago

Its posible, but I hear that your video card sucks for games. You should get the newest ATI Video card, believe me, its much better than what ever nVidia has.




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#3 10 years ago

It's possible? So just say I do change my video card, would I be able to run it no problem on a high setting?




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#4 10 years ago
PC_Master;4490373Its posible, but I hear that your video card sucks for games. You should get the newest ATI Video card, believe me, its much better than what ever nVidia has.

All he'd is a small improvement of FPS for twice the money of a 8800 GT. I'd recommend you to get a 8800GT as it should run Crysis on High-Very High at 30 FPS.




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#5 10 years ago
||G||;4490495It's possible? So just say I do change my video card, would I be able to run it no problem on a high setting?

Depends on what card you choose. I know that a 8800 GT can run Crysis on High-Very High(depending on your CPU), at a solid 25-30 FPS.




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#6 10 years ago

you'll be able to run it decent with what you have.. but pretty much any card thats better will run it better.. ati sucks.. stick with nvidia




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#7 10 years ago

Before a few months ago I would agree with you, but nVidia have realeased several new video cards in the last few months and ATI have been carful about there new one (I forget the name). Trust me, its very good.




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#8 10 years ago

It might be good, but it's also the most expensive card in existence. And it won't work well with games specifically made for Nvidia cards.




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#9 10 years ago

Okay thanks alot guys. These are actually the specs of the computer I'm going to buy, and just wanted to make sure I could run Crysis. I'm buying the computer for about $450, would you think thats a fair price? And I'm really only buying it for gameing...good choice?




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#10 10 years ago

4870X2 is epic phail. It performs no faster then the 280GTX, only time it does perform faster is at higher resolutions, by which its usually 15% faster. Price wise, your cheaper getting a single 280GTX for the same performance ||G|| Specs wise, we can't say, can you link us to the parts? Saying 3.0GHz CPU doesn't help, it could be a Pentium 4 for all we know, could be the first ever Dual Core which would epicly phail. What about motherboard? Ram Speed/timings

All that stuff is important. Take a look at the system in my sig, that is how we need to see your parts.