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Is this Hardware good for Crysis


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georgewashington16

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Will I be able to play crysis at 800*600 with ultra settings if I have an core 2 duo e4500@2.2 Ghz, an HD3850 Graphics card, 2GB of RAM-800MHz, and Windows Vista 64-bit?
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I think it'll be sufficient - don't take these words as facts though - I don't play Crysis, so I'm not sure, but for your specs that's quite an above average desktop already. My laptop has the specs of yours above - only not Vista, and not core2, just an Intel M processor. I'm sure it won't really have any significant effects unless you're aiming for high FPS.

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You might be able to play with very high settings, but you won't be able to play with 4xAA and 16xAF.
There will be a trade off, if you want playable frame per second.
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