(Mika) After the end of September have proved that supposedly final hardware requirements to be false, brings Crytek Today light into the darkness and thus revealed the minimum and recommended requirements for your cruncher. The optimization work seem to have borne fruit, as the demands on your hardware have been corrected especially in the graphics card down.
So your still needs at least an Athlon 2800+, a Pentium 4 2.8 GHz or 2.0 GHz Core2 under XP. The system should also have at least 1 GB of memory. Vista users need more power under the hood have: 3.2 GHz P4, Core 2 with 2.2 GHz or an Athlon 3200+. In addition, it takes 1.5 GB of RAM running Vista.
The revised requirements for the video card mentioned look like this: from a Radeon 9800 Pro or GeForce 6800 GT should Crysis already running (XP). Vista needs at least a Radeon X800 Pro in addition to the 6800 GT. All cards should have a minimum of 265 MB of RAM.
The recommended requirements are in &# 8220; Crysis&# 8221; of course higher. Core2 Duo 2.2 GHz or Athlon 64 X2 4400+ should be there already. There are also 2 GB of RAM and a graphics card on the level of a Geforce 8800 GTS / 640. In addition, &# 8220; Crysis&# 8221; require 12 GB of hard drive.
The best way to test if the shooter on your system is running properly is to wait for the demo. On October 26, this should appear &# 8211; if it is not moved back suddenly. November 16, however, is already longer established &# 8211; then available &# 8220; Crysis&# 8221; in the dealer shelves.