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video of Connie moving parts

Thornz2000Thornz2000 faraway, AKPosts: 135Member

Very impressive.


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  • Panther2103Panther2103 Edmonds, WAPosts: 3,010Member Uncommon
    Impressive but I feel like it's going to run like crap on 99% of pc's, even the high end gaming pc's. 
  • Thornz2000Thornz2000 faraway, AKPosts: 135Member

    They would not make a game that is limited to just high end PC's.

    That would be counter productive. We still have 18mo to go roughly.

    Its going to be gooood stuff.

    The world we know is going away
    Look up Agenda 21 as well.

  • atticusbcatticusbc Posts: 1,081Member Uncommon

    gonna go with panther on this one. some of the features they're touting are leaving it squarely in the high end camp.

    and that video is just the example i need, btw.

    still. should be awesome. i'm excited. :)

  • ShodanasShodanas PatrasPosts: 1,744Member Rare
    I have the feeling that my GTX 680 won't be able to handle Star Citizen on high settings. image
  • AG-VukAG-Vuk Phoenix, AZPosts: 823Member Uncommon
    Posted: 1:57pm Jul 1, 2013 by -. Weeddrunken.- on the Forums.


    "There are so many people out there wondering about the performance of Star Citizen..."

    First of all, this is an unofficial hardware recommendation!
    Everything is based on my knowledge on Crysis 3 and the informations from the RSI Site.
    (=> own gameplay experience, various CPU&GPU online benchmarks, online interviews/videos, 24h RSI Live Stream [e.g. the SandBoxEditorFPS], etc.)

    Since Star Citizen runs on CryEngine 3.5 (or even higher?) and is not released yet :( ;) ,
    this is just a prediction!
    I hope it helps someone till the final requirements will be released.

    (HIGH) - ULTRA Settings:

    i5, i7 (even better);
    => each OC'ed if possible... -->"K" Model

    FX8320, FX 8350, "FX 9370, FX 9590 "

    GTX 670, GTX 680, GTX 770, GTX 780, GTX 690, GTX TITAN
    7950, 7970, 7990

    2x GTX 480 [2GB VRAM!]
    2x GTX 560Ti [2GB VRAM!]
    2x GTX 570 [2GB VRAM!]
    2x GTX 580 [3GB VRAM!]
    2x GTX 650Ti Boost [2GB/3GB VRAM]
    2x GTX 660 [2GB VRAM!]

    SLI does not double the amount of available VRAM!!!
    (e.g.: Two GTX 460 [each with 1GB] in SLI do not have 2GB in total!)

    & 8GB RAM (16GB don't hurt, if you already have that much ;) )

    LOW - (MED) Settings

    Intel i3 (or similar)
    or AMD Phenom II X2 (or similar)

    NVIDIA GTX 460 [1GB] (or similar)
    or ATI 6850 [1GB] (or similar)

    & 4GB RAM

    I have to mention that I dont know anything about the performance(micro stutters or bottlenecks) of SLI and AMD CPUs!
    Although my i5 2500K @ 4500MHz perfomrs very well with SLI!



  • RoinRoin Baltimore, MDPosts: 3,260Member Uncommon
    Liked the video. Alot of moving parts in the constellation.

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