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Old 13-12-08, 07:18 PM
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what did they use 2 program Crysis.?????

i.v just looket at my crysis game box what the game come in.

and it says it was made in 2007

The thing is that gets me is that the game still runs slow on most modern hardwear thats out now compared 2 then back in 2007.

so if the game runs slow on 2 days hardwear,

what did the programes use 2 run and test the game on in 2007.?

if 2 days hardwear cant run it at full seting n resollution n AA.

With good fps above 30 ich

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Old 13-12-08, 08:08 PM
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The developers of computer games have VERY powerful hardware, we have to invest in this information for study. The systems for a user is around the price range of £500-£4,000 and a £4,000 computer is more than capable of running Crysis @ max settings.

The computers they use are beyond belief, they have been using the latest technology before it was out for test purposes.

They spend around 8k mark per PC sometimes more depending on their job aspect.

The hardware back in 2007 was limited to normal people shall we say, but they had the top of the top.

To put it this way, the technology coming into 2009 will be the standard for 2003-2004 for them.
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Old 13-12-08, 09:08 PM
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A bit exaggerated but hey, he is right.
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Old 13-12-08, 09:25 PM
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The developers of computer games have VERY powerful hardware, we have to invest in this information for study. The systems for a user is around the price range of £500-£4,000 and a £4,000 computer is more than capable of running Crysis @ max settings.

The computers they use are beyond belief, they have been using the latest technology before it was out for test purposes.

They spend around 8k mark per PC sometimes more depending on their job aspect.

The hardware back in 2007 was limited to normal people shall we say, but they had the top of the top.

To put it this way, the technology coming into 2009 will be the standard for 2003-2004 for them.
So i guess my new hardwaer i by is old in a way,

i all ways thourt that game programers used 2 days hardwear for game develemet hence the compaterbility for playing 2 days games.

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A bit exaggerated but hey, he is right.
Crappy rig I have but it runs Crysis!

Soon to be upgraded piece by piece...

OS:Windows Vista 32 bit

CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core Inside; E2140 (#2 on upgrade list

RAM: 2.5GB (1x2GB, 1x512mb) PC-4300

GPU: XFX GeForce 9600GT XXX Alpha Dog 512mb

PSU: 300 Watt ISO 400PP (#1 on upgrade list)

Monitor: 19", 16:10 ratio, maximum res=1440x900

M.B: Foxconn 45CM-S

CPU Fan: Akasa AK-961

Case size: ATX

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You what 2 try my p.c. running crysis lol...

OS: xp pro 32 bit

CPU: AMD64 3200+ old 939 sok

RAM: 2xpc3200 1Gig kinston

GPU: 8500gt 512ram pci-e

PSU: 500w winpower

Monitor: ctx 19inch

M.B: winfast

CPU Fan: 3d supercooler gigabyte
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Old 13-12-08, 09:59 PM
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A bit exaggerated but hey, he is right.
Not at all mate , we went to some 'BIG' company in Leicester and you should of seen the power... The heat just hits you when you walk in lol.
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Old 13-12-08, 10:06 PM
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To put it this way, the technology coming into 2009 will be the standard for 2003-2004 for them.
I find this very hard to beleive like you have just randomly picked those numbers.
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Old 13-12-08, 10:09 PM
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I find this very hard to beleive like you have just randomly picked those numbers.
Those figures are surprisingly probable. Granted, not as wide of a gap as quoted, but somewhere along those lines.
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Old 13-12-08, 10:10 PM
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I find this very hard to beleive like you have just randomly picked those numbers.
Yes ofcourse I did lol, but they were mentioning the release of Direct X 11 and new technology.

The numbers/years I said were obviously random callouts, but they are FAR ahead in technology, they need to always be. I'm not too far off the mark with the dates I guess though, when I seen this stuff the release date of Crysis wasn't even announced.

They also had earlier versions of O/S.
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Old 13-12-08, 10:20 PM
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I did hear that when the xbox 360 was comeing out that the game programers got there hands on them 2 years befor there where launched,
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Old 13-12-08, 10:33 PM
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I did hear that when the xbox 360 was comeing out that the game programers got there hands on them 2 years befor there where launched,
That probably allowed for the quick release of games. As for the PS3, well, that's an entirely different story. I'm unable to count the amount of times that console was delayed for release.
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