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Old 10-27-07, 08:36 PM   #25
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Win XP with very high settings , in one 1900 xt




[b]Win XP [/B]with very high settings , maybe sure ALL DX 10 setting , in one 8800 ultra



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There is absolutely no way of knowing that unless you were on the Crytek development team.

None of us know the length of the shaders, and way they implemented particular effects.


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Old 10-27-07, 11:39 PM   #26
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You can get a pretty realistic lighting similar to very high shaders when you change the contrast/brightness
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Old 10-27-07, 11:46 PM   #27
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Tried 16QAA and Very High everything... it wasn't even a slideshow... it was like flipping through an album!

The still pics I was getting were amazing though... near photo realism on the rocks and some other landscape features.
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Tried 16QAA and Very High everything... it wasn't even a slideshow... it was like flipping through an album!

The still pics I was getting were amazing though... near photo realism on the rocks and some other landscape features.
I tried the same... It will be amazing when we can run this game at the highest settings.... in like 4 years lol.
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Old 10-28-07, 12:04 AM   #29
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Tried 16QAA and Very High everything... it wasn't even a slideshow... it was like flipping through an album!

The still pics I was getting were amazing though... near photo realism on the rocks and some other landscape features.
Really? Can it compare to Jiuzhaigou Valley in real life?
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Really? Can it compare to Jiuzhaigou Valley in real life?
Yes! Here is a screenshot in dx10:

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Yes! Here is a screenshot in dx10:

I'm guessing a game will come out looking like that in 5 years. And you'll need to wait an extra year before the hardware is out to make it playable.
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Yes! Here is a screenshot in dx10:


doooode..theres no way your running that at a good fps in dx10, and I bet it looks just as good in dx9!
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Yes! Here is a screenshot in dx10:

looks more like a Photo than computer generated image if i may say so

i canīt think that that is DX10 must be a real photo

or?
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looks more like a Photo than computer generated image if i may say so

i canīt think that that is DX10 must be a real photo

or?
LOL, yeah, it's a real photo.
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Yes! Here is a screenshot in dx10:

I remember awhile back where they had the facry shot of the dude holding a gun, and a real forest picture..and people were like WTF O.o...now we have Crysis..lol..
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I remember awhile back where they had the facry shot of the dude holding a gun, and a real forest picture..and people were like WTF O.o...now we have Crysis..lol..
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