Crysis 3 runs best on a Core i7 and 8GB RAM

first_img“Can it run Crysis?” has become a very well known phrase/meme among gamers. So with the launch of Crysis 3 in February next year, everyone is eager to see what kind of PC you will need to run the latest in this series of FPS. And developer Crytek has just delivered by revealing the minimum, recommended, and high performance specification.In order to run the game you will need at least the following:Dual-core CPU (Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz or Athlon64 X2 2.7GHz)2GB RAM (3GB for Windows Vista)Nvidia GTS 450 or AMD Radeon HD5770If that’s your rig, then expect to turn off a load of graphical niceties and turn down the resolution, but still have an enjoyable experience. However, if you want to play the game as intended, you’ll need to be hitting the recommended spec, which is some combination of the following:Quad-core CPU (Core i3-530 or Phenom II X2 565)4GB RAMNvidia GTX 560 or AMD Radeon HD5870Of course, Crytek also cater to those gamers who have high-end components and want to experience everything a DirectX 11 game can throw at them. So there’s also a high performance PC recommendation to see the game in all its glory:Quad-core CPU (Core i7-2600K or Bulldozer FX4150)8GB RAMNvidia GTX 680 or AMD Radeon HD7970In all cases you need a DirectX 11-capable machine and have a choice of running Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8.Don’t forget, if you are going to pick up Crysis 3 on launch day then it’s worth considering pre-ordering. EA is offering a free download copy of Crysis if you pre-order Crysis 3 Hunter Edition. If you opt for the more expensive Crysis 3 Digital Deluxe Edition though, you get a free copy of Crysis 2 as well.via Crysislast_img read more