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May 5, 2009 is the date when Electronic Arts will publish the Crysis: Maximum Edition, it is the entire collection of the world famous game, Crysis, which is the best pc game of the year 2007 developed by Crytek. Releasing May 5th Crysis: Maximum Edition will be containing Crysis, Crysis Warhead, and multiplayer game mode Crysis Wars all in one package for one low price.
This item is available for Pre-order at $39.99 with FREE shipping. If you want to pre-order it then Click Here!
It’s a first person action-adventure video game and it’s creators are EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE). In this game you will be playing the role a young homeless woman named Faith, who work for a network of couriers known as Runners, her parents were killed while protesting the government, she has to free her sister from the corrupt government. As a runner you will be performing actions like jumping from roof to roof, dodging your enemies and performing acrobatic moves to accomplish your missions.
While the gameplay of this game is sure to make you addictive to this game, I would like to mention few things that makes this game’s PC version stand out over console versions, like mouse/keyboard controls which makes it easy to perform some tasks in this game, improved graphics with greater display and texture resolutions, and the support for physics effects (PhysX).
Mirro’s Edge has been released and is up for grabs.
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After leaked drivers it’s time for official ones, Nvidia has officially issued new drivers, which are WHQL-certified drivers and version is 181.20.
These new drivers support GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9 and 200 series desktop GPUs which includes GTX 295 and GeForce GTX 285 cards too which are GT200B chip based cards and fabricated on 55nm process technology. New ForceWare 181.20 drivers fixes some glitches from different games.
Some of the great new features are:
These drivers will enable Nvidia SLI technology on SLI-certified Intel X58 chipset based motherboards with all SLI-certified GPUs.
With these ForceWare drivers you can turn on Nvidia PhysX acceleration on a dedicated GeForce video card. You can use one card for graphics and another one for PhysX processing for game-changing physical effects. (Note: Nvidia PhysX is supported on GeForce 8-series, 9-series and 200-series GPUs with at least 256MB of dedicated graphics memory. This drivers package will automatically install PhysX System Software version 8.10.13).
Supports GeForce Plus Power Pack #2. Download these free PhysX and CUDA applications now! Nvidia has included support for the new NVIDIA CUDA Video Encoder with H.264 optimization.
Update: Unfortunately Ambient Occlusion is not included in these drivers you have to wait for drivers close to version 185 to expect Ambient Occlusion or you can use 185.20 beta drivers.
To download new drivers and to access the list of improvements and fixes visit these links:
Nvidia GeForce ForceWare 185.20 Beta drivers have been released Supporting Ambient Occlusion. Ambient occlusion mapping is shading method that can add great lighting details to a scene making it look more realistic. Plus this driver set comes with PhysX system software version 8.11.18.
These drivers support GeForce 6, 7, 8 and 9 series and beside the support for these series these drivers also support GTX 200 video cards and support GTX 295 and GTX 285 video cards which are about to come to the market.
These driver are dated Dec-26-2008. Besides Windows Vista and Windows XP these drivers were tested and worked with windows 7 ultimate 32-bit build 7000 (use the vista 32-bit one).
This is comparison for Ambient Occlusion with it tuned on and off in Crysis.
Download drivers here:
GeForce 185.20 Beta (Windows Vista 64bit)
Nvidia GeForce ForceWare 185.20 Beta drivers comparison test.
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 @ 3.6 GHz
Gigabyte GA-x48-DQ6 @ FSB1800 (Intel x48 chipset)
Gainward GTX 260 216 (575/1240/1000 MHz)
2x 2048 MiB (4096 MiB) OCZ DDR2-1066 @ 540 MHz 5-5-5-18
BeQuiet! P7 550 Watt
Windows Vista Premium x64
Geforce 177.34 (14.07.2008)
Geforce 178.24 (15.10.2008)
Geforce 180.48 (19.11.2008)
Geforce 180.98 beta (12.12.2008)
Geforce 185.20 (26.12.2008)
Texture Filtering: Quality
Vertical Sync: Off
MipMaps force: none
Trilinear optimization: A
Anisotropic sample optimization: Off
Negative LOD Bias: Clamp
Gamma-adjusted AA: A
AA mode: 1xAA, 4xAA, 8xQAA
Transparency AA: Off
1680×1050, 1xAA / 1xAF
1680×1050, 4xAA / 16xAF
1920×1200, 4xAA / 16xAF
(1920×1200, 8xAA / 16xAF)
Assassin’s Creed – 1.02
Call of Duty 4 – 1.6
Crysis – 1:21
Far Cry 2
Left 4 Dead
Stalker: Clear Sky – 184.108.40.206
Hello everyone, welcome to my new blog, this blog of mine will be all about computer parts, games, wallpapers and latest computer technology.
I will be talking about different pc parts, I will keep you guys update on latest hardware’s and give you my point of view on current products available on market for your pc. I will write about the goods and bad’s of pc parts available in market and which one suits best your needs. And I will also go into the details about the best budget and performance pc’s, so if you are on a limited budget you can choose what is under your range and if money is not an issue for you then which pc parts you should get will all be covered here on this web blog.
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