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Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:03

3DMark 2008 system requirements

Written by Slobodan Simic

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3DMark Next is coming


We are getting close to the release of the new 3DMark and it will probably be called Next. Futuremark has recently released a new addition to its PCMark lineup called Vantage, and 3Dmark is something that people expect.

According to the various posts, and the new Game-O-meter located on Yougamers.com Web site, new 3DMark's system requirements have been revealed.

Minimum system requirements:

    * X86 compatible single core CPU with SSE2 support and a performance, which are comparable with a Pentium D 3,2GHz+.
    * DirectX 10 compatible with 256 MB memory
    * 1024MB Memory
    * 2GB of free fixed disks
    * Windows Vista

Recommended system requirements:

    * Intel core 2 Duo E6600, or comparable AMD CPU
    * DirectX 10 compatible with 512 MB memory
    * 2048MB Memory
    * 2GB of free fixed disks
    * Windows Vista

It looks like the new 3DMark will push the current systems to the limit. Release date is still unknown, but it is definitely close.

Last modified on Wednesday, 24 October 2007 03:13
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