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Crysis gets final system requirements

by on10 October 2007


For both Windows XP and Vista


Final system requirements for the upcoming Crysis title have just been issued by Crytek. According to those it looks like Crysis will need a lot of computer horse-power to get the game going at high/very high settings on the decent resolution.

Minimum System Requirements

Windows XP

    * Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz (or similar AMD)
    * 1024MB RAM
    * a 256MB Shader Model 3.0-compatible video card
    * 12GB disk space

Windows Vista

    * Intel Pentium 4 3.2Ghz (or similar AMD)
    * 1536MB RAM
    * a 256MB Shader Model 3.0-compatible video card
    * 12GB disk space

There has been some issues with the minimum requirements since various sites reported the Nvidia 6800GT and Ati Radeon 9800 Pro (or X800 Pro for Vista), but according to Crytek, Crysis requires Shader Model 3.0 to run so no luck for the 9800 Pro.

Recommended System Requirements

Windows XP/Vista

    * Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 or AMD Athlon X2 4400+
    * 2048MB RAM
    * NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 640MB
    * 12GB disk space

No surprise there, since we are talking about the TWIMTBP title, ATI cards are left out of the system requirements. High minimum requirements, high recommended requirements, and we are hoping that it will live up to its high expectations.

The game is still scheduled for November 16th.

Last modified on 10 October 2007
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