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How well should you expect your system run?

I am basing these on a number of statements made by Crytek themselves, videos of the game run on an 8800GTX as well as other video cards and also personal hardware knowledge. It should give
an accurate guide to how well your system would perform in Crysis.
These are:
Official Statement - An 8800GTX can max out Crysis including full AA.
Video - An 8800GTX played Crysis maxed @ 1920 x 1200 in its unoptimized state very smoothly indeed. The only slowdown occured when a building exploded and that was only for a couple of seconds.
Statement - A Crytek employee said his 7800GTX ran the game on "fairly high settings smoothly".
Statement - A Crytek employee said his X1900XT ran the game "with most settings on high smoothly".
Official Statement - anybody with a 6600/X600XT or better will be be able to run Crysis.
Video - a video showed a French reviewing team playing the game's deathmatch alpha on medium-high settings with a 7800GTX (still unoptimized).
Video - a Crysis flythrough run in real time on an 8800GTX shows the game running very smoothly on max settings, and judging by the crispness, I would say that had a good amount of AA on it as well.
Plus other statements in various interviews and some videos which I cannot think of right now.
taken from http://www.crysis-online.com/forum/i...ic,4487.0.html
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that puts me in a good mood, i'll be at 1680x1050 on a gtx at 2x aa, so hopefully no issue there
    
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i just want high and im happy. If i dont then medium and im sure we will be able to tweak settings so we dont loose much eye candy but get a great jump in frames. As i said before im sure there are gonna be a few settings that add barely noticable effects yet eat your fps for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Kinda like nwn 2(given it was also coded horrible) with the point light shadows, if you turned that off all you did was only have one shadow and it did wonders for fps.
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