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Crysis

Discussion in 'Games' started by +Bender+, Apr 17, 2008.

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  1. +Bender+

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    Anyone haveing a problem running Crysis
     
  2. gamerbyron

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    What problems do you have?
     
  3. Gulo Luseus

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    Nope, Crysis runs just fine and dandy :)
     
  4. +Bender+

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    well after i play it for awhile my pc seems to start lagging. and freezing up
     
  5. KablooieXL

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    when I run crysis, little green goblins crawl out my floppydrive. Might be a bug tho.
     
  6. Gulo Luseus

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    I tried to get the goblins, but apparently its an add on. Damn!
     
  7. gamerbyron

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    What settings did you set?
     
  8. KablooieXL

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    sounds like an overheating problem of your cpu and/or vidcard, which doesn't come as a surprise concidering it's Crysis we're talking about here :p
     
  9. Mayor Quimby

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    overheating issue.


    solution = clean out your case, inlucing heatsink and casefan. Better ventilation can help alot.

    If that does not work, try to identify whats overheating. It could be your ram, video card, or processor.
     
  10. RoBe

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    or just run them all on low settings at 800x600, that should help reduce any overheating/artifacting that's going on
     
  11. +Bender+

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    Well i run it on low settings, and my pc still acts up even after its beens shut down over night. I have to do a system restore to get it to work right again this has happend 3 times. each time it works fine untill i play crysis for a few hours. Im using vista 64 with an amd 4200 duel core x64/ 4 gb of ram I also have 8 fans running with an Antec True control power supply rated way more than i really need Also using 2 7600GS 512 nivdia cards in sli on an kn8 motherboard.
     
  12. RoBe

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    have you overclocked anything at all?
     
  13. +Bender+

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    No. I tried overclocking before and it really did not seem to make that much differnce. I dont have any problems playing other games. I read an article that said something about the game might be using all my graphics memory but i dont see how i have 2 512 cards in sli
     
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