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    PC game that has a heavy requirement

    guys what pc game that has the heaviest requirement?
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    anyone?
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    In terms of games which are already available, I'd probably say Flight Simulator X.

    I'm playing it on the system in my sig, and with everything maxed it's just hopeless ( < 10 fps). That's not even using any anisotropic filtering (AF) or anti-aliasing (AA), just the game's detail sliders on maximum.
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    If you're talking about upcoming games though, Crysis will give your system a run for its money
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    Tomb Raider Legend running Next Generation Graphics with all options turned on will give it a workout.

    Run it at High Resolution from 1280x1024 (1600x1400) and above and it will work any machine.

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    another vote for flight sim x. is there even a consumer pc out there yet that actually can run it at full settings? i know for sure a 8800 and all the ram in the world still wont top it out...

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    Crysis was the reason I built a new rig to support that beast. One of the lead developers on the site did mention that he was running it on a system with an x1900XT maxed out at a decent framerate and the code had not been optimized yet. Looking at the trailers your system had better be in tiptop shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krupted
    another vote for flight sim x. is there even a consumer pc out there yet that actually can run it at full settings? i know for sure a 8800 and all the ram in the world still wont top it out...
    I suspect the only setup that would even get close would be two 8800 GTX's in SLI (if there was SLI support for DX10 anyway )
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy27
    I suspect the only setup that would even get close would be two 8800 GTX's in SLI (if there was SLI support for DX10 anyway )

    One of the reasons why I am waiting for the 2nd Generation DX10 cards.

    The DX10 games are going to require a lot graphics card wise.

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