Do not download the AIRBORNE DEMO without first checking the minimum game requirements.... • OS: Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista (32-bit; 64-bit versions of Windows Vista are not supported)
• CPU (Single Core): Intel P4 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon 2800+ for Windows XP / Intel P4 3.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 3800+ for Windows Vista
• RAM: 1 GB for Windows XP / 1 GB for Windows Vista
• Hard Drive: 1.5 GB or more of free space
• Note: 64 bit versions of Windows are not supported
• Video: DirectX 9.0c, NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT, ATI Radeon X1300 Pro, or better with Shader 3.0 support for Windows XP or Vista (Note: NVIDIA 6800XT, 6800LE, 7100GS, 7200GS, 7200LE, 7300GS, 7300GT cards not supported). NOTE: NVIDIA SLI and ATI Crossfire modes are not supported in Medal of Honor Airborne Demo.
• Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card (Note: For Creative Sound Blaster Audigy cards running under Windows Vista you should expect lower performance)
- aw c'mon
- are you kiddin' me ?!
- the hell with it
:ditto: lol.. out of 15 person who downloaded the Demo in my clan only 1 can run it lol
Well at least Airborne and Bioshock support single core CPUs. Those of us with shader 2 limited cards have known for some time this day would come when games start requiring shader 3. I plan on upgrading my P4 3GB, X800XT, 1GB RAM system with a 7950GT AGP and another Gig of RAM for about $300 so I can at least play these shader 3 games that support single core until I build a new rig at the end of '08. I'm thinking next gen quad core, 9800GTX, and 4GB DDR3 might be affordable by then.
>Omen<;3878238I'm thinking next gen quad core, 9800GTX, and 4GB DDR3 might be affordable by then.
You'll be able to play New generation game with 200+ FPS on high settings.. which I consider like useless.. But oh well if you have the money..
LOL, why is it people that say that never think about all the things you can do with a PC? This rig will be for high end gaming/ HD Movies/ video capture, editing, compression/ multitasking/ etc. With Fraps engaged at a 1920x1200 res and even half size capture (960x600), that 200 FPS you're speculating about will drop severely but I'll still have plenty of headroom for more than adequate FPS. This rig will fiunction for everything from gaming, to movies, to music, to HDTV. It will be a self contained entertainment, hobby, and research station. If you add up all the things I won't need because of this one system (stereo, TV, home theater equipment, etc) it will pay for itself easily. In fact some of what I need I already have in my current rig including 2 Raptors and a high end speaker system. Aside from that, as I said I'm targeting end of '08 to build it. That's well over a year from now. DDR3 is already out and the 9000s and next gen quads will be in Nov. By end of '08 the prices will have dropped quite a bit. Quads are already being written for, once the next gen quads (integrated, shared cache) hit the market they WILL be purchased.
Hopefully.. Cause 4GB of DDR3 is almost as expensive as my comp lol. (well not really but its expensive =p )
That's because there's not many MBs that support it yet. These new CPUs I'm talking about and the chipsets coming out like the Intel X38 are geared for DDR3. They will hit the market well before the end of the year and then a whole year after that will go by before I build. AMD will have some stuff that will put them back into a more competetive position too. Competition is always good for pricing. Three years after I build this rig I don't want to have to upgrade as I do now just to play some of the games at low settings.
Heaven's gonna burn your eyes
15th April 2005
Will the hardware compatability be improved for the final release?
I have a dual core AMD and a 6800 XT, neither are supported, and the thing restarts my comp trying to install. :(
No Idea.. I think EA should at least let us run the game even if we will have an incredible lag lol. I would rather play the game at very low settings then not play it. But I really don't know..