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I wanna see some pics of your computer with ur name written somewhere before i believe this BS. And yah maybe you can play but it would be like watching a slideshow.
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I wanna see some pics of your computer with ur name written somewhere before i believe this BS. And yah maybe you can play but it would be like watching a slideshow.
If you are referring to the P4 rig guy, I'm 100% sure he can play it. I used to play Crysis with my sig rig on all medium and some high settings with my 7600GT. I see absolutely no reason why a P4 couldn't pull off all medium with the same card.

Now a 600Mhz PIII.....no, not gonna happen.
 
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I can actually believe it. The 7600GT cards are capable of playing Crysis on medium with roughly 15 FPS...which is fluid enough to play it. Your CPU isn't THAT bad...not nearly as bad as the 600MHz PIII that the OP has...hence why I can believe you play Crysis. But a 600Mhz PIII????? C'mon, there is NO way it can do Crysis...and if it can, all the OP needs to do is PROOF!!! We've told him how...he has not done so. So he is totally BS'ing us.

Also, if you'd like to display your FPS on screen...just download FRAPS. Its a free program to use, and it can even give screenshots (look in the options in FRAPS on how to do it), and the screenshots can display your FPS on the screenshot. Another way, you could run FRAPS, and have Crysis in windowed mode, and have CPUz and GPUz open (like we've told the OP to do), that way we know FOR SURE that its your rig that's playing it.
Ahh, someone that's down to earth. Thanks for believing me man. I'll look into doing that when I have some time.
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if you really ran this on a P3 then wow g/f. If not drink bleach.
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Wow, I just read 14 pages of useless information to only find out a BS ending... Sad part is, I knew it was useless before I started reading.
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I feel you, UnderEstimated
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Apparently Crysis ended up owning his entire computer.
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Let me explain this to everyone.

#1 I already posted a CPU-Z screen of my hardware, here it is once again:

Number of processors1
Number of cores1 per processor
Number of threads 1 per processor

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Note: It seems like i am using a PCI-E bridge, using a PCI Inferface. Or something like that, but i am not using a PCI-E card, because i only have PCI slots.


#2 I can run crysis but this is the issue. If the video settings are at 800x600 everything set on low, i can play the game at 6-9-18fps, only thing i cant see any enemies, my weapon, or some of the items in the game. Obvious i need a more powerful card with more features, or i need to increase everything on high, or maybe i need the full game and the demo doesn't work correctly, who knows, but i can play it but read what i said above.

#3 I can run timeshift without pretty much any problems, expect for a little bit of slowdown. MY GPU can handle it, which was shocking and the fps increases when i turn on the timeshift ability.

#4 Update: Hellgate all settings on low, too powerful to play. Lost Planet Demo DX9 version cant play at all, have no reason why. I heard its because you need SSE2 to be able to play it, i only have SSE.

#5 I'm in the process of installing more games on my internal HD and i will post some information soon.

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"Can we start a collection around here to get this guy a newer computer? We all probably have parts laying around that he could pay to have us ship to him."

"It would be like that old story about the guy with the Stone soup. He came to town with a stone in a pot full of hot water. The villagers felt sorry for him so they all put in a carrot or a potato, whatever they had laying around, soon it was a mighty stew. And he shared it with everyone. And it was good."

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"Can we start a collection around here to get this guy a newer computer? We all probably have parts laying around that he could pay to have us ship to him."

"It would be like that old story about the guy with the Stone soup. He came to town with a stone in a pot full of hot water. The villagers felt sorry for him so they all put in a carrot or a potato, whatever they had laying around, soon it was a mighty stew. And he shared it with everyone. And it was good."

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Obvious you don't seem to read either, because i already said i am buying a secondary computer soon, a gateway computer with Vista. That will be my secondary computer to play of course the newer games.
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