assassins creed 3 system requirements, no xp support, high recommendeds

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#1 Posted by ionusX (25714 posts) -

assassins creed 3's system requirements have been leaked over in china here is the downlow:

minimum -

OS: win vista/7

cpu: core 2 duo/athlon 64 x2 2.7ghz or higher

ram: 2gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 3870/ nvidia 8800gt or better

HDD: 10gb

recommended-

OS: windows vista/7 64-bit

cpu: any quad core cpu (intel or amd)

ram: 4gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 6950/nvidia gtx 560 or better

HDD: 10gb

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-530424-1-1.html

#2 Posted by C2N2 (759 posts) -

assassins creed 3's system requirements have been leaked over in china here is the downlow:

minimum -

OS: win vista/7

cpu: core 2 duo/athlon 64 x2 2.7ghz or higher

ram: 2gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 3870/ nvidia 8800gt or better

HDD: 10gb

recommended-

OS: windows vista/7 64-bit

cpu: any quad core cpu (intel or amd)

ram: 4gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 6950/nvidia gtx 560 or better

HDD: 10gb

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-530424-1-1.html

ionusX

A quad core, GTX 560, and 4GB of RAM is "high" ........?

You can build a PC with those parts for like $500... Or even less if you buy an older quad core (Athlon II or Q)...

#3 Posted by ionusX (25714 posts) -

[QUOTE="ionusX"]

assassins creed 3's system requirements have been leaked over in china here is the downlow:

minimum -

OS: win vista/7

cpu: core 2 duo/athlon 64 x2 2.7ghz or higher

ram: 2gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 3870/ nvidia 8800gt or better

HDD: 10gb

recommended-

OS: windows vista/7 64-bit

cpu: any quad core cpu (intel or amd)

ram: 4gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 6950/nvidia gtx 560 or better

HDD: 10gb

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-530424-1-1.html

C2N2

A quad core, GTX 560, and 4GB of RAM is "high" ........?

You can build a PC with those parts for like $500... Or even less if you buy an older quad core (Athlon II or Q)...

no you cant the best quad core based budget build possible gets you an hd 7770 or gtx 460 (sometimes a refurb 560 SE).

its got no dx9 coverage at all and the 6950 is a pretty high end card. the gtx 560 is also fairly high. you will be lucky to fit that into a 700 dollar budget build thats amd based

#4 Posted by DanielDust (15402 posts) -
IonusX, you're embarrassing yourself with this sensationalism, you did the same with Brotherhood, you should know by now (or not, apparently), that Ubisoft always exaggerates the requirements.
#5 Posted by Zubinen (2856 posts) -
If I didn't know any better I'd say it looks like a copy and paste of BF3's system requirements: http://bf3blog.com/battlefield-3-system-requirements/ :lol: BF3 won the GDC 2012's best technology award, AC1 and AC2 both were nominated for best technology at the GDC in previous years and there's no doubt AC3 is in the running for 2013. These games may not have the least draconian DRM nor do their publishers have the best business practices, however their developers are pushing gaming forward forcing others to either follow the trend or get left behind in the dust like a rotting corpse begging to become fertilizer for new life.
#6 Posted by Brean24 (1659 posts) -
If you still have Windows XP, your doing it wrong.
#7 Posted by C2N2 (759 posts) -

[QUOTE="C2N2"]

[QUOTE="ionusX"]

assassins creed 3's system requirements have been leaked over in china here is the downlow:

minimum -

OS: win vista/7

cpu: core 2 duo/athlon 64 x2 2.7ghz or higher

ram: 2gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 3870/ nvidia 8800gt or better

HDD: 10gb

recommended-

OS: windows vista/7 64-bit

cpu: any quad core cpu (intel or amd)

ram: 4gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 6950/nvidia gtx 560 or better

HDD: 10gb

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-530424-1-1.html

ionusX

A quad core, GTX 560, and 4GB of RAM is "high" ........?

You can build a PC with those parts for like $500... Or even less if you buy an older quad core (Athlon II or Q)...

no you cant the best quad core based budget build possible gets you an hd 7770 or gtx 460 (sometimes a refurb 560 SE).

its got no dx9 coverage at all and the 6950 is a pretty high end card. the gtx 560 is also fairly high. you will be lucky to fit that into a 700 dollar budget build thats amd based

Not really.......

And that was done in 5 minutes just now... If you let me shop different sites and sales over serveral days it would be even cheaper than that by as much as $100 depending on the sales...

#8 Posted by guildclaws (7907 posts) -
If you still have Windows XP, your doing it wrong.Brean24
This, nobody uses Windows XP in here anyway.
#9 Posted by ShadowDeathX (10547 posts) -
Must be the new Anvil Next engine.
#10 Posted by ShadowDeathX (10547 posts) -
This also might mean that we will finally get a DX11 Assassin's Creed game.
#11 Posted by wis3boi (31003 posts) -

If I didn't know any better I'd say it looks like a copy and paste of BF3's system requirements: http://bf3blog.com/battlefield-3-system-requirements/ :lol: BF3 won the GDC 2012's best technology award, AC1 and AC2 both were nominated for best technology at the GDC in previous years and there's no doubt AC3 is in the running for 2013. These games may not have the least draconian DRM nor do their publishers have the best business practices, however their developers are pushing gaming forward forcing others to either follow the trend or get left behind in the dust like a rotting corpse begging to become fertilizer for new life.Zubinen

:lol: yeah, looks like they just copy pasted it.

Leaked from china....china can't make anything on their own anyways :P

#12 Posted by ferret-gamer (17310 posts) -

Not high requirements. Stuff similar to that has been the norm recently, it means that devs aren't scaling games back as far, a lot of them are just using the console equivalent as base settings and then adding stuff for higher settings.

#13 Posted by true_gamer007 (700 posts) -

DAMM, it's not on XP. I gotta change my OS.

I truly hope ACIII will be nicely optimized for PC. Other AC games had a bad optimization.

#14 Posted by MlauTheDaft (3171 posts) -

Looks like I should actually start considering upgrading my SLI GTX460s (256 bit).

#15 Posted by Elann2008 (32953 posts) -

This also might mean that we will finally get a DX11 Assassin's Creed game.ShadowDeathX
Must be the new Anvil Next engine.ShadowDeathX

Yup. AnvilNext Engine. AC3 will look great, but I never had a problem with previous AC games though. They all looked good. AnvilNext features a dynamic game world, which may play an effect in AC3. We'll see.

Watch Dogs I believe will be built on an entirely new engine, I think.

#16 Posted by sailor232 (4345 posts) -

That seems pretty high for the recommended to me. I guess the 6950 is a two year old card now ( I think, anyone?)

#17 Posted by Wasdie (49511 posts) -

Good. Drop that DX9.

#18 Posted by Brean24 (1659 posts) -

Good. Drop that DX9.

Wasdie
But if they drop DX9 people cant say that Assassins Creed 3 is a console port! Where would the fun be in that?! :P
#19 Posted by mitu123 (153911 posts) -

Looks like I should actually start considering upgrading my SLI GTX460s (256 bit).

MlauTheDaft

I'm surprised you didn't already.:P

#20 Posted by WWIAB (4352 posts) -
Not as bad as Dirt 3, it wanted an i7 and a 6950
#21 Posted by L0G4N227 (1 posts) -

[QUOTE="ionusX"]

[QUOTE="C2N2"]

A quad core, GTX 560, and 4GB of RAM is "high" ........?

You can build a PC with those parts for like $500... Or even less if you buy an older quad core (Athlon II or Q)...

C2N2

no you cant the best quad core based budget build possible gets you an hd 7770 or gtx 460 (sometimes a refurb 560 SE).

its got no dx9 coverage at all and the 6950 is a pretty high end card. the gtx 560 is also fairly high. you will be lucky to fit that into a 700 dollar budget build thats amd based

Not really.......

And that was done in 5 minutes just now... If you let me shop different sites and sales over serveral days it would be even cheaper than that by as much as $100 depending on the sales...

you cant run the game at max settings but for the price you cant go wrong. At 292.72 after taxes this is the best deal and you still have room to upgrade http://www.walmart.com/ip/Acer-Refurbished-Black-Aspire-AM3470G-UW10P-Desktop-PC-with-AMD-A6-3620-Quad-Core-Processor-4GB-Memory-500GB-Hard-Drive-and-Windows-7-Home-Premium/21097541 AMD A6-3620 Quad-Core processor 2.20GHz, 4MB Cache 4GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 16GB) Gives you the power to handle most power-hungry applications and tons of multimedia work 500GB SATA hard drive Store 333,000 photos, 142,000 songs or 263 hours of HD video and more DVD-Writer Watch movies, and read and write CDs and DVDs in multiple formats Gigabit Ethernet Connect to a broadband modem with wired Ethernet AMD Radeon HD 6530D Graphics
#22 Posted by kieran88 (2273 posts) -
Not bad
#23 Posted by SPYDER0416 (16736 posts) -

OP, do you have the crappiest PC ever or do you just needlessly complain about games with recommended settings that are pretty normal?

Don't answer that actually, I don't really care, I just wanted to be snarky.

#24 Posted by N9n_Galoodotcom (8 posts) -

assassins creed 3's system requirements have been leaked over in china here is the downlow:

minimum -

OS: win vista/7

cpu: core 2 duo/athlon 64 x2 2.7ghz or higher

ram: 2gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 3870/ nvidia 8800gt or better

HDD: 10gb

recommended-

OS: windows vista/7 64-bit

cpu: any quad core cpu (intel or amd)

ram: 4gb ram

gpu: amd radeon hd 6950/nvidia gtx 560 or better

HDD: 10gb

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-530424-1-1.html

ionusX
Seriously, those are quite low by 2012 standards. And why would any gamer keep using XP over 7, there's plenty of other games that require DirextX10 as well.
#25 Posted by PCgameruk (1425 posts) -

Those specs are not high at all. System requirments are used as a guide only. With all the different hardware,settings,drivers used. You cannot predict how the game will run.

#26 Posted by R4gn4r0k (16249 posts) -
#27 Posted by Bikouchu35 (7270 posts) -

That seems pretty high for the recommended to me. I guess the 6950 is a two year old card now ( I think, anyone?)

sailor232

I think is fair to say so if we pretend the guidelines is accurate or relatively close.

I don't know why people like to be faux elitist here and bag on ionus for being a messenger. Its aight bro, I got your back lol.

#28 Posted by RyviusARC (4185 posts) -

Why do you guys even bother looking up the requirements when they are almost always bogus.

They lie about requirements trying to get ignorant people to waste money upgrading their computers when they don't need to.

I laughed when they said the recommended RAm for AC2 was 4gb when the game only used around 750mb at most and an OS can reallocate the memory so the OS itself only needs around 300mbs.

The 6950 is around 8-9 times the power of any console.

An old 8600gt should play the game fine albeit in lower settings.

#29 Posted by xavierterro (2 posts) -
My gig - Processor core2duo E7500 2.93Ghz 8GB Ram DDR3 Graphics Card (Asus)NVIDIA GTX 560- 1gb ram Win 7 x64 I was able to play it with high settings. but lags a bit. I was thinking that i would be able to play it smoothly . Maybe i have to upgrade my processor. I signed in at GAMEDEBATE site where my gigs are rated and tells what my ratings are to play certain games. my processor was ticked with only 5 stars, while the rest are 9 & 7. But i will still enjoy Assassins creed 3, have played a few and i like it.