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Crysis 3 benchmarked on laptop graphics

Those who want to enjoy Crysis 3 on high settings and with active anti-aliasing will need a genuinely high-end model (from the GeForce GTX 660M on up). For FullHD resolutions we strongly recommend a GeForce GTX 675M or better. At a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with maximum presets and anti-aliasing, all current notebook graphics cards as of early Q1 2013 are insufficient. Even the GeForce GTX 680M and the Radeon HD 7970M only reach about 20 FPS (2x SMAA) in the tested sequence. (Crysis 3, PC)

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