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Old 01-10-2008, 03:37 PM   #11
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You should juice it up to high
I have the 8600GTS I can run it on medium
you have more Vram you should be able to play it higher maybe...
maybe at a lower resolution...
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:40 PM   #12
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I have it running at High on 1680x1050 with 0AA, with some DX10 hacks, and get around 18-20fps. Not great, but with motion blur on, it seems a bit more.
The games graphics dissapoint me now though. I was playing it at 1024x768 on my friends PC on a CRT monitor with all the hacks on, and WHAT A DIFFERENCE Even the extra shadowing made all the difference.

I may set the game up on my HD TV downstairs when I can be bothered so I can run it at native with all on.
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:41 PM   #13
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Crysis does seem to run smoothly at anything down to about 20FPS.
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As for cryman's noticing of the error where some don't die even after a million bullets have gone their way. Its true.

I had one spot in the game where this happened, and I had to die and reload to allow me to kill them. It only happened the once, but it was annoying.
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:53 PM   #15
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Seems I was pretty lucky then. What difficulty did you play it on? I was playing it on hard up to the aliens where I had to switch it back to normal.
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Haha, I played on Normal, and towards the end switched to Easy...
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I would liked to have played it without the crosshair but then I thought, nah, it's only a game.
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Haha, I played on Normal, and towards the end switched to Easy...
hahaha same here shat myself the first time i saw the nano suited korean with the minigun the changed it to easy
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The water looks so real!! OMG!

When I'm playing my memory usage goes to 95% lol
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The water looks so real!! OMG!

When I'm playing my memory usage goes to 95% lol
That's why I bought an extra 2gigs, RAM is so cheap ATM.
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