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Is your system ready for Witcher 3?

#1tigerex777Posted 7/19/2014 8:11:40 PM
Obviously nobody really knows the answer because they haven't even released spec requirements, all we have is gameplay videos from E3, but from your point of view from watching those videos, do you think your system is ready for Witcher 3, med-high settings with at least 30fps+? I would like to think my system is capable of at least pulling high settings of 30fps+ but it will probably depend on how optimized the game is. I wonder if they'll put another "ubersampling" option to keep the OP spec owner's egos in check.
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#2pwnater777Posted 7/19/2014 8:14:10 PM
Yes, my PS4 is.

If only my PC was up to par for it. Oh well, off to my crummy PC weeping corner again, to play some Witcher 1 on low settings.
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#3MaximoomPosted 7/19/2014 8:16:35 PM
I hope so.
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#4MyDogSkipPosted 7/19/2014 8:17:23 PM
I might buy an 880 at the end of the year, and I'd imagine that will be fine.
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#5Garage_ManPosted 7/19/2014 8:19:50 PM
Crossfire 290x...hmm. Probably in 1-6 months when AMD updates their drivers! HA.

Anyways yes it is, my PS4 will handle anything! lol. This is a game where the "just works" thing comes in for me. I will be getting it on the PS4 after I finish the 2nd one on PC. It feels more like a console game to me anyways.
#6uped145Posted 7/19/2014 8:20:28 PM
I believe so.

They said that one 780ti was at around 35-40 fps at 1080p Ultra settings so with two I should be able to manage 60 fps or 30 fps at a higher res.
#7randy_123rPosted 7/19/2014 8:21:30 PM
Not sure. I have a 670 and an i5 3570k. What should I expect?
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#8KingKoboPosted 7/19/2014 8:22:48 PM
Ubersampling was just rendering it at 4x the resolution and then downsampling.

CDPR isn't Ubisoft. The Witcher 2 scaled wonderfully with all types of hardware. I'd imagine one 290x or 780ti is enough for max settings with at least 30 fps.
#9Garage_ManPosted 7/19/2014 8:27:52 PM
uped145 posted...
I believe so.

They said that one 780ti was at around 35-40 fps at 1080p Ultra settings so with two I should be able to manage 60 fps or 30 fps at a higher res.


Oh wow really? Well scratch that, I might get it on PC just to see how good or bad it runs.
#10uped145Posted 7/19/2014 8:28:55 PM
Garage_Man posted...
uped145 posted...
I believe so.

They said that one 780ti was at around 35-40 fps at 1080p Ultra settings so with two I should be able to manage 60 fps or 30 fps at a higher res.


Oh wow really? Well scratch that, I might get it on PC just to see how good or bad it runs.


http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/the-witcher-3-gtx-780ti-could-push-35-45-fps-at-max.html