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Crysis scaled well up to 4.0, after that I didn't see any appreciable difference.
Indeed, from what i have seen (ignoring lower resolutions) @ 1920x1200 No AA, ALL V.HIGH has as much as a 10FPS AVG gain from 3Ghz to 4Ghz.
 
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To see the CPU speed effect on games, you can look at TR Link , it clearly shows the CPU effect.
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post #33 of 37
get a new monitor and run at 1680x1050, that should net you some good frames

i can run the demo at 1440x900 on my sig rig on high at about 30 fps
post #34 of 37
I hate crysis.... well the game is fun to play, killer shooter game...

the fact that i get about 20-40 FPS @ 1680X1050 all settings H No AA on this game, yet all other games never go below 60FPS and peak at 150+ makes me mad...
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64-bit would let you use all 4 GBs of RAM, which would be nice.
Actually the when you update vista with the SP1 it allows you to use the full 4GB of ram .. and i also think its the cpu bottlenecking ... Crysis is very demanding .. give overclocking a go and PM me if you need help finding the SP1 patch

Edit: i dont know if you already tryed this .. but maby try changing the drivers on your cards 174.74 beta seem to be doing wonders for the 8800 range
Edited by SanChii - 5/15/08 at 5:52am
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Actually the when you update vista with the SP1 it allows you to use the full 4GB of ram .. and i also think its the cpu bottlenecking ... Crysis is very demanding .. give overclocking a go and PM me if you need help finding the SP1 patch

Edit: i dont know if you already tryed this .. but maby try changing the drivers on your cards 174.74 beta seem to be doing wonders for the 8800 range
Vista32 will only display that you have 4GB of ram, not use it.
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Vista32 will only display that you have 4GB of ram, not use it.
Correct.
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