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They got Asia down pretty well :)

Well, except for the rather large number of tall(ish), well muscled Chinese guys. I don't remember there being that many when I was in HK last.

post #482 of 6996
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I bought Crysis 1 for $1 by posing as an Australaian!!! heck yeah!

 

For whatever reason, Crysis 1 is just brutal on my card. At 1440x900 I can't even max it out at a playable framerate. Last time I tried it I got like 24FPS. It really doesn't look all that great, to be running as poorly as it does.

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For whatever reason, Crysis 1 is just brutal on my card. At 1440x900 I can't even max it out at a playable framerate. Last time I tried it I got like 24FPS. It really doesn't look all that great, to be running as poorly as it does.

I'm not maxing it but I am on very high with good framerate.

 

Get the RealLoaded mod pack with the HD textures. It looks very very good with REalLoaded.

post #484 of 6996

I ended up just uninstalling it because I was so annoyed it didn't run maxed out. My friend's 6850 could max it out at 1080p with 4xAA, but my card couldn't even do 1440x900. Freaking Crytek. mad.gif

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I ended up just uninstalling it because I was so annoyed it didn't run maxed out. My friend's 6850 could max it out at 1080p with 4xAA, but my card couldn't even do 1440x900. Freaking Crytek. mad.gif

Can it run Crysis :)

 

Maybe driver problem. Most likely driver issue.

post #486 of 6996

I don't think it's a driver issue, since a lot of benchmarks echo these results. This Anandtech benchmark comparison tool is pretty neat, and might explain why the 6850 does better on Crysis. It looks like the 6850 does certain calculation types (much) better than even my card, so maybe Crysis relies on those types or something.

post #487 of 6996
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I ended up just uninstalling it because I was so annoyed it didn't run maxed out. My friend's 6850 could max it out at 1080p with 4xAA, but my card couldn't even do 1440x900. Freaking Crytek. mad.gif

Play Crysis warhead. It's better coded that the original.

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From the benchmarks I've seen, it doesn't look to be a huge improvement in performance. This one shows I'd get about 25FPS:

 

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post #489 of 6996
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From the benchmarks I've seen, it doesn't look to be a huge improvement in performance. This one shows I'd get about 25FPS:

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What card do you run?
post #490 of 6996

GTX 650 Ti 2GB, the Zotac one.

post #491 of 6996
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GTX 650 Ti 2GB, the Zotac one.

You should be getting at least 30-35 fps with it at 1440.

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You should be getting at least 30-35 fps with it at 1440.

 

Without AA? Forget that, there's no going back! tongue.gif

 

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Crysis was mediocre as hell, so I'm not eager to play Warhead.

post #493 of 6996
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GTX 650 Ti 2GB, the Zotac one.
For some reason I thought you had a 670!
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