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Please use this thread for all Arma 3 hardware/specifications discussion. :)



For general hardware discussion we have a thread here.

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Please use this thread for all Arma 3 hardware/specifications discussion. :)



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Will my pc be able to run arma 3 on medium/high settings? It meets the recomended specs. It overpasses them barely however. I have a really good processor and my graphics card is 50+ the recommended (not sure how to say it) Thanks.

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Will my pc be able to run arma 3 on medium/high settings? It meets the recomended specs. It overpasses them barely however. I have a really good processor and my graphics card is 50+ the recommended (not sure how to say it) Thanks.

Give your system specs mate. Use CPUZ or something similar.

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Windows 7 home premium

AMD Phenom II X4 945 Processor 3400 MHZ 4 cores ect

Biostar motherboard (not sure)

AMD Saphire radeon HD 7700 Series

thats the basics of it I guess

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Hey guy's

I'm not sure, but i think i could run ARMA 3 fine on this one -> http://www.sysprofile.de/id169773 (Warning, it's in German xd)

AMD Phenom II X6 1040T@3375.14Mhz

GA-890GPA-UD3H v2.1

4x 2048 MB Nanya Technology (10700)

AMD Radeon HD 7850 1GB (CORE:1050 MHz MEM:1350 MHz)

Actually, i can play BF3 on Ultra settings but notice its "only" at 1280x1024 @ 75 Hz

W/E what do you think? Could i still run ArmA 3 if i buy me a new Monitor with 1080p?

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Windows 7 home premium

AMD Phenom II X4 945 Processor 3400 MHZ 4 cores ect

Biostar motherboard (not sure)

AMD Saphire radeon HD 7700 Series

thats the basics of it I guess

I would say Low, depending on viewdistance etc

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I would say Low, depending on viewdistance etc

Darn..What do you say is the worst feature? Graphics?

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I'm pretty hopefull that it will run nice on a i7 and my 570gtx and 12 gig of ram

I've only just got the CPU and arma 2 runs sweet as a nut with everything max right out apart from view distance

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Someone correct me if I am wrong but doesnt Arma 3 only support 32 bit and not 64 bit meaning that only ~ 3.25 Gig of RAM can only be used by the game?

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GTX 670 2GB's

I5 2500K

4GB's RAM

Do i have what it takes to run this baby? :bounce3:

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GTX 670 2GB's

I5 2500K

4GB's RAM

Do i have what it takes to run this baby? :bounce3:

Obviously >.>

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My pc is getting a bit old, i5-750 @ 4.2 Ghz, gtx470 +20% overclock. 8GB ram. Still runs everything great. Might upgrade to a secondhand sandy bridge when haswell is released.

I guess we'll see tomorrow.

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Someone correct me if I am wrong but doesnt Arma 3 only support 32 bit and not 64 bit meaning that only ~ 3.25 Gig of RAM can only be used by the game?

its only a 32 bit executable but the game will launch with "largeadress aware" and be capable of using 4 gigs for the game (standard 32-bit blocks at 2gigs per application, 3.25 per the system as a whole) so the game will utilize up to 4gigs

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I think I will be able to run it on Ultra High, but... we'll see.

My Specs

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ATI Radeon 6950 2GB DDR5

16GB DDR3 @1600mhz

i7-2700k @3.5ghz to 3.9ghz

850 Watt Power Supply

Vents and stuff are ok

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med/ high, yes but don't expect ultra high. you have a great rig don't get me wrong, but arma has always released with its "ultra-high" intended to be ran on the next gen top tier PC, and you very much have a current PC, I would expect us to preform very similarly and get medium during alpha but hopefully high once released and optimized

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i5 - 3570K 4.5Ghz

MSI Lightning 680GTX IN SLI Overclocked to 1342 / 6800 both.

Asrock Extreme 4 Z77

8GB Kingston Hyper X 1600mhz

SSD 128GB Crucial m4

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And the bad computer among all these expansive deathmachines, will it run it at all?

CPU: E8400 3Ghz 2 cores

GPU: Radeon HD 4850 500 MB

Resolution: 1366*768

RAM: 4 GB

Its above minimum but a long way from recommended.... However, it runs Arma 2 surprisingly well.

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My laptop has the following config:

Lenovo y570 , Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM Processor, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M.

Will I be able to run Arma 3 at >=30 FPS ? At what settings ?

Thank you

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