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    Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    More details about the game and REDengine 4 will be revealed at Gamescom in August.
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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    This creates more questions than it answers really.

    Did it NEED that 32GB ram? Did it NEED that nvme drive? How far pushed was the GPU and CPU?

    Is my 7700k/16GB RAM going to be enough for max settings with the right GPU? Will this run on all high end 10 series cards or AMD equivalent at various settings? Will it need a 1080ti or better to max the game out even at 1080p or is that just for 4k?

    In other words did I and many others spend nearly 2k for a machine last year that's going to disappoint me in 2 years time even if I upgrade the GPU?

    I have a lot of faith in CDPR, I hope (and think they will) get optimisation down, I would cry if they turn into the next ubisoft.
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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    The demo was running 4K 30FPS I assume?? That is 4 times the number of pixels than 1080p. So to get 60FPS at 1080p you probably will need something much less powerful than a GTX1080TI unless we have some new stuff like RTX added.


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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    That is the hope and assumption CAT, obviously they are going to use the best parts available so that it runs at it's absolute best for journalists, but I want to know which parts (if any) are way overkill for the game in that rig and which parts are actually going to be needed to get a decent experience out of it.

    Ah if they add RTX it would make this game look absolutely incredible (it already does), RTX with this game would be worth a GPU upgrade for sure!

    Like I said, as long as they don't pull a ubisoft on us (unnecessarily downgrade the graphics on release in a stupid attempt to stop it murdering the CPU to submission through crappy optimisation) I'll be happy!

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    If they go with gamenotworks again, the recommended requirement will be a 1080 Ti. Gotta tessellate each individual butthair ;D

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilCycle View Post
    This creates more questions than it answers really.

    Did it NEED that 32GB ram? Did it NEED that nvme drive? How far pushed was the GPU and CPU?

    Is my 7700k/16GB RAM going to be enough for max settings with the right GPU? Will this run on all high end 10 series cards or AMD equivalent at various settings? Will it need a 1080ti or better to max the game out even at 1080p or is that just for 4k?
    This wasn't any kind of announcement about required or recommended system spec, it was just an answer to the question 'what did you run the demo on?'. That it was running extremely well on parts easily attainable today is a good sign given how far out the game's release is likely to be (no date set yet). Many games out now already need something like a 1080ti to play at 4k smoothly.

    In other words did I and many others spend nearly 2k for a machine last year that's going to disappoint me in 2 years time even if I upgrade the GPU?
    I'm hoping and expect to be able to play it fine on a system that's 9 years old *shrugs*. If you want guaranteed longevity for the money then console gaming calls - it's very likely this will be released for consoles too.

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    Cheapest way to play it at max settings will be on the PS5 or Xbox Two.

    ..will most likely be at 4K, matching PC quality settings (or very nearly) but most likely only run 30fps with maybe a 60fps option at 1440p.

    For anyone wanting to play this at 4K,60fps max detail settings, you really are best waiting for the game to release and then upgrade your PC to what is needed.

    Buying today's top end CPU/GPU for a game that is likely to be (at least) 18mths away will just be a waste of time & money.

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    If you want guaranteed longevity for the money then console gaming calls - it's very likely this will be released for consoles too.
    Not if they keep up the trend of releasing better hardware half through it's life span that also require a new TV to benefit properly it doesn't! Whilst the original models of current gen consoles still play the latest games, compared to PC they look almost last gen now, you would do better for your money to buy a rig that achieves medium/high at 1080p because you can at least then use it as a computer for other things besides gaming too.

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    Fair point, though I'm not sure requiring a new TV is part of it - if you go down that route you'll never end the upgrade cycle*! Just because a new console *can* do HDR, it doesn't mean you have to have an HDR telly, especially if you just wanted to play a PC standard game without shelling out for the hardware.

    *I've got new console X, so I need a better monitor/TV. Now I've got a better monitor/TV, it needs more power to stay fluid so I need console X+1. Now I've got console X+1 I need a better monitor/TV....

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    OMG that was the specifications that they used, but surely, an, core 4cores+8 threads could found.
    Graphic card
    gtx 1060 6gb some ultra specs.
    gtx 1070 ultra full except aliasing or something like that.
    minimun gtx 1050 Ti 4gb, normal specs.

    Ram
    16gb ram recommend
    8gb required

    Think that more than this, would be many games unsold.

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    Re: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo PC specs revealed

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    *I've got new console X, so I need a better monitor/TV. Now I've got a better monitor/TV, it needs more power to stay fluid so I need console X+1. Now I've got console X+1 I need a better monitor/TV....
    Absolutely what the industry want us to do in a nutshell, that is why 4k is being pushed so hard on both console and PC, 1080p was getting too easy for us. I refuse to fall for that!

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