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— Monday, March 26, 2007 —

Posted By: Phe0n1x at 4:19:01 PM ET

C&C 3 Screens and Hardware Performance Guide

Along with 37 new in-game screenshots at GameSpot, there is also a Hardware Performance Guide to help gamers
Find out what components you need to play Command & Conquer 3 at its very best.

GameSpot recommends the following:

Game Settings
You don’t need much of a computer to run Command & Conquer 3 well, but you’re still going to have dial down a few settings if your computer isn’t on the bleeding edge.

Command & Conquer 3 looks great and doesn’t require the latest and greatest in terms of GPU power. We tested out 16 cards to help you narrow down your search.

Command & Conquer 3 doesn't ask for much in terms of processing power if you've got an Intel Core 2. But if you're putting along on a low clock speed Athlon 64 or Pentium 4 you might want to move up to something a little quicker.

The game requires 512MB of RAM, but we recommend you get a bit more. To find the sweet spot, we tested the game out with 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, and even 4GB of system memory.

As the article continues, it explains the best setting for screen resolution and detail and then displays the difference between each setting. This comprehensive article explains every aspect of computers so that you are able to play Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars and the quality best suited for your computer.

Last edited by Phe0n1x on Monday, March 26, 2007 at 8:20:31 PM.