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Crysis vs Q6600/8800GT 2007 PC : Yesterday's Tech Tested With Today's Performance Tools

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Remember the concept of the PC exclusive? And remember how those games would push your rig to breaking point, requiring an upgrade? In this new series, Digital Foundry will be testing the games of the time on era-appropriate hardware using the performance analysis tools we have today. And of course, it all begins with Crysis. An Intel Q6600 paired with an Nvidia 8800GT represented a high-end games PC back in 2007 - but could it run Crysis?


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