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8GB as far as I know...
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I have to agree that it's the best lookin game I've played. My 480's are handling it well and I'm enjoying my first time through very much. Never played the first game tho.
Well...the least you can do is play through the "other" best-looking-game-in-the-world before you proclaim Crysis 2 as the best looking one you've seen

I don't know how people with setups like 480 SLI manged to skip something as revolutionary as Crysis 1, it's beauty and detail was unrivaled for over 4 bloody years! It's still the best-looking game in some people's opinions.
It's like going on a eurotrip and skipping Paris.
Edited by Tippy - 7/2/11 at 7:40pm
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8GB as far as I know...
that's what I read as well. do you think they meant it with eyefinity/surround users? my ram usage never goes above 3gb with max settings at 1920x1200.


crysis 2 looks better than crysis 1. without a doubt
post #1044 of 1204
It's 8 GB if both DX11 and High Res Textures are turned on (source):


What are the suggested system requirements for the DX11 and/or High-Rex Textures packages?


DX11 Package Specs
Minimum:
o DX11 compatible graphic card with 768MB Video Memory


High-Res:
Minimum:
o 64-bit Operating System
o DX9 compatible graphic card with 768MB Memory

Recommended:
o 64-bit Operating System
o Fast HDD or even SSD
o Quad Core CPU
o 8GB of RAM
o DX9 compatible graphic card with 1GB Video Memory


Having both installed and active:
Recommended:
o 64-bit Operating System
o Fast HDD or even SSD
o Quad Core CPU
o 8GB of RAM
o DX11 compatible graphic card with 1.5GB Video Memory


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Well...the least you can do is play through the "other" best-looking-game-in-the-world before you proclaim Crysis 2 as the best looking one you've seen

I don't know how people with setups like 480 SLI manged to skip something as revolutionary as Crysis 1, it's beauty and detail was unrivaled for over 4 bloody years! It's still the best-looking game in some people's opinions.
It's like going on a eurotrip and skipping Paris.
He said that it's the best-looking game he's ever played. He wasn't trying to say that he thinks it's the best looking game in existence.

For example: I only have a small handful of games, and so I can say that Crysis 2 is the best-looking game I've ever played too.
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so you think if I buy a 2x4gb kit it will run faster? I just want to make sure. maybe after I bought new memory the usage will still only be 2.9gb

btw i got both high res and dx11 enabled @1920x1200
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so you think if I buy a 2x4gb kit it will run faster? I just want to make sure. maybe after I bought new memory the usage will still only be 2.9gb

btw i got both high res and dx11 enabled @1920x1200
I don't know yet. However, I will know when I put my Sandy Bridge parts together (I'm upgrading my sig rig to SB). Unfortunately, that won't happen until like a week from now. Fortunately though, I'm going to have a nice 2 x 4GB kit (this one).
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I don't know yet. However, I will know when I put my Sandy Bridge parts together (I'm upgrading my sig rig to SB). Unfortunately, that won't happen until like a week from now. Fortunately though, I'm going to have a nice 2 x 4GB kit (this one).
GPU usage on my 2 cards goes down to 60% when at open areas. crysis has good cpu optimization so I don't think a 1090t @ 4.1ghz will bottleneck it at 1920x1200.

I'm really if it's either the RAM or the VRAM. what I'm really wondering is it only uses 2.9gb. do you think it has a limit or something? when I buy a 8gb kit the memory usage will increase as well? VRAM is pretty much ALMOST at full. only 50-100mb free of vram when I'm at open areas (I have aida64 running on my second screen so I can see it all the time)

but in general performance is great. im still at 40-60fps all the time sometimes it drops to 30 but not that much. I want it as smooth as possible. Ive had this memory kit since ddr3 came out and I've used them for years. maybe it's time for me to get one of those 8gb 1600mhz cl7 kits
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I don't know yet, but I'll personally find out in about a week.
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post #1049 of 1204
^

that's ok


I hope someone can help me out with my ram question. I hope I can get an answer asap. I don't have work today so I can buy the memory asap. I can buy it now if I wanted (pc shops are only 15minute drive from here) TIA OCN

btw OT:
what is the best mem kit out of the three (this is the only 3 I can get my hands on that are within the budget)
http://tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=9379157
http://tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=9885609
http://tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=9379137

the third one is only 1600 CL9 but voltage is at 1.25v. cheap too
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^

that's ok


I hope someone can help me out with my ram question. I hope I can get an answer asap. I don't have work today so I can buy the memory asap. I can buy it now if I wanted (pc shops are only 15minute drive from here) TIA OCN

btw OT:
what is the best mem kit out of the three (this is the only 3 I can get my hands on that are within the budget)
http://tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=9379157
http://tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=9885609
http://tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=9379137

the third one is only 1600 CL9 but voltage is at 1.25v. cheap too
Dude, if the game is playing fine on your setup don't worry about adding RAM. 8GB is just a suggestion...
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