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Buxaroo
Gallente
The Army of The Ori
IMPERIAL LEGI0N
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:23:00 - [1]
 

Unreal 3 system requirements

OK, not to bad. Although I am pretty sure even on the recommended it's gonna run at 20 fps if your lucky.

Needless to say a duo-core and a 8800/1950 would be the real world preffered videocards to get good frame rates with good quality settings.

But check out this screenshot and tell me you don't need a high powered machine to render this lol:
Mean looking mofo

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lofty29
Aliastra
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:27:00 - [2]
 

Wow, lower than I expected.

Crysis is still uberhigh though Razz

Yuri Christonovitch
101st Space Marine Force
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:29:00 - [3]
 

hmm im just below recomended, so should be ok Razz

Buxaroo
Gallente
The Army of The Ori
IMPERIAL LEGI0N
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:29:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: lofty29
Wow, lower than I expected.

Crysis is still uberhigh though Razz


Oh yeah, to me Crysis is the game to set benchmarks by, I am looking forward to that game more than any else. FarCry was a great freaking game, ran super smooth on my POS computer back in the day and the outside environments were absolutely stunning. And I know with Crysis that it's going to look even better.

btw lofty.....DON'T YOU EVER SLEEP!!!!! JEESH!

lofty29
Aliastra
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:32:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Buxaroo
btw lofty.....DON'T YOU EVER SLEEP!!!!! JEESH!
It's 20:30 UK time...Confused

Asestorian
Domination.
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:39:00 - [6]
 

The image link is complete fail. You manage to just link the thumbnail Razz

But I must say that is pretty low system requirements. It probably ends up looking like complete ass compared to a more powerful computer though.

The Pointless
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2007.10.04 19:42:00 - [7]
 

I think I meet those requirements... or I would if my display wasn't so big.

Well, I think I'm screwed. ugh

Reiisha
Veto Corp
Posted - 2007.10.04 20:41:00 - [8]
 

I've pretty much got recommended, a bit better, except i have no idea how my 8600gt is going to perform.

Considering Bioshock runs like a dream on max settings, and UT3 is a LOT more optimized, i think i should be OK.

Glarion Garnier
Thermal reaction
Posted - 2007.10.04 20:58:00 - [9]
 

Edited by: Glarion Garnier on 04/10/2007 21:01:46


OOH more FPS games with upgraded graphics. Laughing
For the generation that saw glorified killing movies as kids. Time to evolve ppl.

BooM brain meltdown.


lofty29
Aliastra
Posted - 2007.10.04 21:01:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Glarion Garnier
OOH more FPS games with upgraded graphics. Laughing
The generation that saw glorified killing movies as kids. Time to evolve ppl.
Care to suggest some new ideas? 99.9% of movies are just remakes in different settings with different twists / people.
99.9% of games are like that too Laughing

Micheal Dietrich
Caldari
Caldari Provisions
Posted - 2007.10.04 22:47:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Buxaroo

Mean looking mofo

Discuss Very Happy


CRICKIE! HE'S TINY! I've had bigger chunks of corn in my crap.

Buxaroo
Gallente
The Army of The Ori
IMPERIAL LEGI0N
Posted - 2007.10.04 23:09:00 - [12]
 

Crap, sorry for link. Check the article out, it has the full size pic Laughing

And if you can run BioShock, you should be able to play this with no problems. BioShock is based on the Unreal 3 engine so all should be well.

Reiisha
Veto Corp
Posted - 2007.10.05 02:51:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Buxaroo
Crap, sorry for link. Check the article out, it has the full size pic Laughing

And if you can run BioShock, you should be able to play this with no problems. BioShock is based on the Unreal 3 engine so all should be well.


Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory runs theoretically on UE3 aswell, so be careful with those statements :P

Rainbow 6: Vegas would be a better benchmark because of all the detailed open areas. Given that BioShock is designed to only accomodate about 5-10 character models on screen at the same time, coupled with the very tight spaces throughout, i don't think you can really compare them.

If anything, it will run a bit faster than R6V did i reckon.

Krulla
Minmatar
Miner Protection Guild
Posted - 2007.10.05 02:59:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Buxaroo
Originally by: lofty29
Wow, lower than I expected.

Crysis is still uberhigh though Razz


Oh yeah, to me Crysis is the game to set benchmarks by, I am looking forward to that game more than any else. FarCry was a great freaking game, ran super smooth on my POS computer back in the day and the outside environments were absolutely stunning. And I know with Crysis that it's going to look even better.

btw lofty.....DON'T YOU EVER SLEEP!!!!! JEESH!


Crysis pretty much needs a computer from the future to run properly.

The dude from ctrl alt delete appearantly tried the multiplayer beta - He got horrible FPS. And his rig is pretty much mindblowing (Dual geforce 8800ultras and whatnot)

So yeah, making a computer for Crysis is pretty much impossible.

Haerana
Di-Tron Heavy Industries
Atlas Alliance
Posted - 2007.10.05 03:54:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Krulla
Originally by: Buxaroo
Originally by: lofty29
Wow, lower than I expected.

Crysis is still uberhigh though Razz


Oh yeah, to me Crysis is the game to set benchmarks by, I am looking forward to that game more than any else. FarCry was a great freaking game, ran super smooth on my POS computer back in the day and the outside environments were absolutely stunning. And I know with Crysis that it's going to look even better.

btw lofty.....DON'T YOU EVER SLEEP!!!!! JEESH!


Crysis pretty much needs a computer from the future to run properly.

The dude from ctrl alt delete appearantly tried the multiplayer beta - He got horrible FPS. And his rig is pretty much mindblowing (Dual geforce 8800ultras and whatnot)

So yeah, making a computer for Crysis is pretty much impossible.


Yeah but thats mr buckley. and hes a fannypants! Razz
I fully expect crysis to push the boundries of my PC. and i cant wait to make it strain, then cry like a girl when it doesnt work.
nah im sure itll go fine. i seriosuly doubt your gonna need to run it on full settings to make it look good and i bet thats what tim was doing.

Buxaroo
Gallente
The Army of The Ori
IMPERIAL LEGI0N
Posted - 2007.10.05 11:17:00 - [16]
 

Well I have seen the gameplay videos of Crysis and I would LOVE to know what system they had it running on, that way I can set a goal for the next computer setup I need to buy. I plan on building a new computer in a few weeks and I plan on going with duo-core Intel (cpu somewhere in the $200 range no more) and probably a 8600 (around $170 or so) plus a new mobo+memory.

I wanted to go with a 8800 but I know that even that won't handle game like Crysis very well and I want something that I won't need to upgrade for 2 years or so. So I might go ahead and spend a bit more on a cpu and get the 8600 to tide me over until I find a card that will play Crysis/BioShock/EVE direct X 10 after this year.

Cornucopian
Gallente
Federal Defence Union
Posted - 2007.10.05 13:56:00 - [17]
 

I bet it wont run for **** on the recommended sysreqs. These things are kept as low as possible to ensure more sales. an ATI 1300??? my PC has troubles with STALKER on that GPU ffs, let alone U3.

Rulkez
Tribal Core
Posted - 2007.10.05 17:54:00 - [18]
 

Originally by: Cornucopian
I bet it wont run for **** on the recommended sysreqs. These things are kept as low as possible to ensure more sales. an ATI 1300??? my PC has troubles with STALKER on that GPU ffs, let alone U3.


Stalker has a butt ugly, poorly optimised , pos engine though.


Reiisha
Veto Corp
Posted - 2007.10.06 00:47:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: Buxaroo
Well I have seen the gameplay videos of Crysis and I would LOVE to know what system they had it running on, that way I can set a goal for the next computer setup I need to buy. I plan on building a new computer in a few weeks and I plan on going with duo-core Intel (cpu somewhere in the $200 range no more) and probably a 8600 (around $170 or so) plus a new mobo+memory.

I wanted to go with a 8800 but I know that even that won't handle game like Crysis very well and I want something that I won't need to upgrade for 2 years or so. So I might go ahead and spend a bit more on a cpu and get the 8600 to tide me over until I find a card that will play Crysis/BioShock/EVE direct X 10 after this year.


A little birdy told me that my setup runs Crysis quite well on medium settings, and passable on high. *wink*

C2D E6550, 2GB 800 RAM, GF8600GT.

Grez
Neo Spartans
Laconian Syndicate
Posted - 2007.10.06 08:22:00 - [20]
 

Originally by: Reiisha
Originally by: Buxaroo
Well I have seen the gameplay videos of Crysis and I would LOVE to know what system they had it running on, that way I can set a goal for the next computer setup I need to buy. I plan on building a new computer in a few weeks and I plan on going with duo-core Intel (cpu somewhere in the $200 range no more) and probably a 8600 (around $170 or so) plus a new mobo+memory.

I wanted to go with a 8800 but I know that even that won't handle game like Crysis very well and I want something that I won't need to upgrade for 2 years or so. So I might go ahead and spend a bit more on a cpu and get the 8600 to tide me over until I find a card that will play Crysis/BioShock/EVE direct X 10 after this year.


A little birdy told me that my setup runs Crysis quite well on medium settings, and passable on high. *wink*

C2D E6550, 2GB 800 RAM, GF8600GT.


Sorry, that won't be possible. I have a faster system than that and I still struggle to run Crysis on high. It's an absolute BEAST of an engine. VERY few people have a machine capable of running that thing on high with decent framerates, and I don't think anyone's got Very High to work yet.

Reiisha
Veto Corp
Posted - 2007.10.06 09:58:00 - [21]
 

Edited by: Reiisha on 06/10/2007 09:58:35
Originally by: Grez
Originally by: Reiisha

A little birdy told me that my setup runs Crysis quite well on medium settings, and passable on high. *wink*

C2D E6550, 2GB 800 RAM, GF8600GT.


Sorry, that won't be possible. I have a faster system than that and I still struggle to run Crysis on high. It's an absolute BEAST of an engine. VERY few people have a machine capable of running that thing on high with decent framerates, and I don't think anyone's got Very High to work yet.


Sorry to say that it *is* possible, from personal experience, if you didn't get the hint already.

On medium it runs acceptable - 25-40 fps, enough to be somewhat competitive in Crysis. On high it only runs on 15-25, but enough for SP me thinks. Very high is disabled at the moment, no one *can* get it working yet :P


 

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