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AMD and Crytek Energize the PC Gaming Industry with the Launch of "Crysis 3"

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  1. HammerON

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    I am quite aware of that.
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    I can say that running two 7970's at 2560x1600 on Crysis 3 looks great and has real smooth game play. I finally got to play for about two hours last night and am really taking a liking to this game.
    I have not heard or seen benchmarks comparing AMD GPU's versus Nvidia GPU's as of yet...
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    Here you go:

    [​IMG]

    from here: http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphi...ance-Review-and-Frame-Rating-Update/Crysis-3-
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    This is what was on the DVD box for the original Crysis and on the DVD box of Crysis 2.

    [​IMG]

    I have them both here on my desk, I'm looking at them right now so I'm finding the idea of this thread quite entertaining.
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    nope, amd cards perform better on far cry 3, not counting the new titan
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    I am guessing that OT stands for "Off Topic"?

    Crysis 1 and 2 came before Crysis 3 correct?

    Crytek were in partnership with NVIDIA with both Crysis and Crysis 2, now Crytek is in partnership with AMD to sell AMD video cards with this "Never Settle: Reloaded" bundle and in turn they are saying that it is Energizing the PC Gaming Industry with the launch of Crysis 3.

    I would say I am being relevant to the Thread, or did you not read the thread?

    Also things that entertain me might not entertain everyone.

    Also your response is "OT" as you would say.

    :rolleyes:
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    Spot on fella. :toast:
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    i sure do
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    Y, same here with two 7950's at 1920x1080p. My expectations from my last post were met spot on, the game seems very well polished, I have Vsync and SMAA MGPU2x filter on and this thing runs at 60fps, occasionally and smoothly dropping to 40~50 on specific areas/views. No stuttering, no sudden drops, Crossfire at his best. Plus, game levels load pretty fast, and there's immediate flow/smoothness as soon we start playing. I guess they really did their homework. :)

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