Crysis 2 DirectX 11 Ultra Upgrade

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Crysis 2 DirectX 11 Ultra Upgrade!

The Crysis 2 DirectX 11 Ultra Update has finally been released to the public! This three part release features higher quality visuals, water rendering improvements and an optional high-res texture pack!

The Crysis 2 DirectX 11 Ultra Upgrade, the three-part, 2.32GB release is a free visual upgrade add-on that introduces DirectX 11 tessellation, a wealth of graphical improvements for both DirectX 9 and 11, and a high-resolution texture pack only suitable for use on graphics cards with 1GB of video RAM.

Available to download here.

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18-06-2011, 16:13:55

Umzok
Had problems with WD drives before whilst I have a home server with 8x samsumg 2tb f4s and they have never missed a beat in 24/7 operation for over a year. Stick to what you know and trust I guess.

18-06-2011, 16:37:11

Ya93sin
Samsung have been bought out.
I personally went for a 2600K and a 580, but I went for an 850W. Are you OC'ing?
Noctua NH-D14 is a beast of a cooler, if you were overclocking, then that is a good choice.
For storage, WD Green's are easily the way to go, SSDs are unnecessary for storage. I can understand if you're worrying about loading times, but 2x SSDs is a huge waste.
You could easily cut out a few hundred pounds expenditure without losing any performance.

18-06-2011, 16:55:18

Umzok
Seasonic 760w is gold rated and more than enough for 1 card. The 2x vertex 2s are old drives i had so there is no new expense and will be used as a scratch disc and a games depository (unless i need 2 scratch discs)

The trinity I used before on a friends build and it is an awesome cooler for what it is. I am not going mad on the oc. Prob aound the 4.5ghz mark. The Noctua would have fouled my ram and been problematic.

18-06-2011, 17:04:43

Ya93sin
Did you carry the RAM from another build? Or plan to buy it?

18-06-2011, 17:10:30

Umzok
had 8gb bought another 8gb. All the parts listed are purchased / pre owned. I have started the build already. MB done and in the case. All case wires / fans etc cabled tied. Will upload some pics prior to adding psu / drives etc then some final pictures

18-06-2011, 17:15:33

Ya93sin
Sounds good, look forward to the pics. I love Black hardware, for my build it went Blue and White but still :D

19-06-2011, 09:41:41

Umzok




to give you an idea. popped in an n560gtx-ti to give you impression of grfx and will take some more pics once fathers day is over lol

30-09-2011, 14:16:39

Umzok
I'm slack at remembering to upload changes / pictures but will do so over the weekend with my hardware revisions.

Now using an ASUS MATRIX GTX580 for graphics (change happened a few weeks after initial build) and will be installing the OCZ RevoDrive hybrid SSD -100 GB + 1 TB hard disk tomorrow. Will remove at least 2 of the other ssds at that point and use the remaining one(s) as a scratch disc(s)

01-10-2011, 08:22:11

Umzok
Shiny ;)

http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6164/6199811479_bd704e5a62.jpg

http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6142/6200322882_68d1382308.jpg

03-10-2011, 04:48:29

jonowee








Interesting... a flash cache that is as big as the average SSD drive.
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