derFunkenstein wrote:What's your system like, and how does it run? I'm curious how it scales down; they say a minimum requirement is a Geforce 8800GT or Radeon 3870. Those cards are pretty beastly to be minimum requirements. That seems to say that "if you have any mid-range card slower than a Radeon 5770, you might as well move along". I might be wrong, but a Radeon 3650 or 4670 is probably not enough.
SNM wrote:Tech Report article with ambient occlusion
Ambient Occlusion is not an Nvidia-only feature; you may be thinking it is because Nvidia added forced AO to their control panel a few revisions ago, enabling it in games that don't support the feature natively.
However, even on Nvidia hardware the performance hit is an estimated 20-40% and this may well be a feature that responds well to certain sorts of hardware design.
The Internet wrote:"[The] 360 starts at the factory, moves to retail shelves, into consumer's homes, back to Microsoft. So THAT'S why Microsoft called it the 360...It all comes full-circle "
lethal wrote:Does this game have a single player mode or its all a multiplayer fragfest?
roont wrote:grabbed this one last night. with everything maxed out it runs pretty sluggish on my 4670.
I can turn the settings down to get it to run smooth, but then... the settings are turned down. well.. it IS a futuremark game haha. why do i now have the irressistible urge to upgrade. hahaha.
flip-mode wrote:What's the rest of your system specs?
roont wrote:AMD Phenom II X4 940
6GB PC5400 DDR2 Kingston RAM
WD Caviar Green 1TB HDD
OCZ 750W PSU
plus the Sapphire 1GB 4670
no overclocking and all drivers and windows updates are current
flip-mode wrote:Yep, 4670 is definitely the weakest link. But you knew that already.