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So, whos upset about Crysis.....

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  1. HookeyStreet

    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    .....not running as well as they hoped on their rigs? :eek:

    The game looks and plays incredible, but FFS, what kind of system will it take to run it totally maxed out!?

    Also, hows it running for the SLi/CrossFire enabled users?
     
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  2. Ben Clarke

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    I'm happy! I though I'd get 2 FE30S... I'm getting 6FPS!
     
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  3. Morgoth

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    how can i see my fps in crysis i do like to sheck it out
     
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    All along they said it was a game for future hardware. But no one ever listens. All I hear is wining about low rates. What did you expect. They said it.
     
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    Use Fraps.


     
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  6. mandelore

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    i am running it 1920x1200 with settings maxed out, lowish fps, but suppose ill have to0 drop the settings a bit if i want to play at that high a rez, plus i didnt overclock my card, just stock atm. looks great tho :) :)

    poor bloke, and talk about a rapid cremation lol

    [​IMG]
     
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  7. SpookyWillow New Member

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    exactly, far cry was exactly the same.
     
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  8. mandelore

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    oh, actually i just oc'd my 2900 a fair bit and the game now runs smooth at 1920x1200 with all settings high and object detail v high :rockout:

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    it actually turned out i was playing the game while still in 2D mode LOL

    all works fine now, even on a 2.9GHz opty
     
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    ATi Tray Tools does that job very fine and doesn´t suck performance.
     
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    i get 10-25max fps medium settings
     
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    i'm quite happy with it so far, i thought they said DX9 wouldn't get destructible stuff and day/night cycles? i get both :cool:
     
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    same
     
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    DX9 can do all that stuff easily. I think they were just feeling lazy at the time, then suddenly realised 90%+ of the market is on DX9 harware and they wouldnt sell the game for shit unless they added trhose features into DX9 mode as well.
     
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    My X850XT keeps everything smooth and lag-free at 1440x900 on my 4800 X2 system with 2GB of RAM :)


    ....with everything on low :laugh:.
     
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    My 6FPS is from low...

    I also manaegd to rip the soundtrack from it.
     
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    Really quite impressed with how well it runs, looks fab! and so far heats my card up the most out of every game, guess thats the DX10 kicking in, my 2900 reached 56C, hottest its ever been in a game. It should be a very nice play once I upgrade the rest of my rig from this DDR1 and craptastic opty. 1920x1200, settings all high, object detail v high. smooth and enjoyable.

    They have done a great job with the visuals in the game
     
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    Agreed, even on low settings Crysis looks like Quake 4 + physics - draw distance :).
     
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    Mandelore can you post some more screenies of your DX10 masterpiece?
     
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    1280x1024 at high. 64-bit. No problems and only very occasional stuttering due to loading.
     
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    Putting it on High makes a huge difference. Clock your X850XT @ 7874938/49867 and the game should run fine....:laugh:

    No but seriously now, It's good to know that it runs fine on an X850XT. Let's be honest here, the majority of people do not have an 8800GTX.
     
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    the above pic was from my first play in crysis, ill make some more but the pics are shrank by photobucket so i cant show em in 1920x1200 size. ill try the tpu image thingy, but its never worked for me

    oooh, it works, ill make some more, will turn up the AA etc for some niceness

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wooooow
     
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    turning up AA killed my card lol I got lagged :p BFG 8800gts OC edition @ stock.


    Edit: Im selling this though and will get me a 8800gt till the new 8800gts or prob 9800's come out. getting $300 for my 8800gts.. trough kijiji clasifieds :rockout: I could wait more and get a bit more, but I just lost $$ at the casino lol.
     
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    I got much better performance than I expected on my 6800GS.

    1024x768 and all low settings gets me around 40FPS average :D

    I'm still on old 163.xx drivers, I haven't tried the beta ones yet.
     
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    ergh... the new screenies im taking are quite large....dunno if i shud just link them or post em as i have above, 2 meg/file
     
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