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New Pc Build - Required Spec to run F1 2010 max-ed out

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Raj Parkash, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. Hi there,

    WHat is the minimum spec required to run the game at 1920x1080 with all settings to ultra (dx11) and using high def car textures. Assuming I want the game to stay about 40 fps 80-90% of the time?

    How's this?

    AMD X6 2.8ghz, factory overclocked to 3.8ghx
    4 gb ram
    ATI 6870 card
    windows 7

    Would that be best. I have heard that dirt2, which i think uses same graphics engine as f1 2010, is much better on nvidia card... is this true? If so, do u think a 460 or 470 would be better?
  2. you will have no problems running full setting with that rig 6870 kicks ass i would go with that
  3. I have i7 930 (overclocked to 3.4ghz), 6gb RAM and a Nvidia GTX 460 graphics card - runs great on my 1080p TV, everything on ultra and a few high def car textures :)
  4. Great, that's good news, right now mysystem cant quite cope.

    One question - I already have a 5770, will upgrading to the 6870 do much?

    Current specs - Athlon 5600+, 3gb ram, Vista. ati 5770

    planned = athlon X6 running at 3.8ghz, 4 gb ram, windows 7, ati 6870

    if i were ipgrade as above but keep the 5770, wpould i still be able to run at full? Will there be a bg difference from my current system?
  5. no not with a 5770 i got the 5830 1gb i run at ultra settings with eyefinity but no high res mods.uprade to a the 5870 is a great card will do you nicley
  6. Im planning to buy a new pc next month (I hope) with the following specs:

    ASUS Rampage 2 Extreme
    Intel Core i7 950
    6 GB Crucial Ballistix Tracer Black
    MSI GTX460 Hawk
    Windows 7 64-bit

    I hope F1 2010 will run decent now haha xD
  7. Starting to consider a gtx460 OR 470 - it seems that the ego engine runs better with nividia cards, and they are just as fast as the 6870....

    One question on nvida multidisplay, do u need dual cards to use more than 2 monitors???