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Back in mid-January of 2013, the developer of this game, Irrational Games, released Bioshock Infinite system requirements to the public of gamers.
And as a high graphic intensive game, this sci-fi First Person Shooter game will definitely require much heavier supports, in terms of hardware and most importantly GPU or graphic card.
The good thing about this game is, despite its high standard requirements, Bioshock Infinite surprisingly is still playable for those gamers that own some pretty good quality PCs or laptops.
This is proved by Irrational Games that decides to enable the features to control each of element inside the game (like polygons, graphics quality, etc) in order to allow gamers’ average laptops to meet the standard in Bioshock Infinite system requirements, so they are still eligible to play this amazing game smoothly without any lag on their laptops at compromised low settings.
Bioshock Infinite System Requirements
There are some basic Bioshock Infinite system requirements that you need to firstly know if you really want to play this fantastic FPS game on your beloved laptop or PC.
Just like other PC games across the market, Bioshock Infinite system requirements will be separated in 2 versions, the minimum requirements, which are the minimum specs of laptop required to be able to open and run the game.
The second one is, the recommended specs, the specs that will allow users to not only run the game smoothly, but also to get the full experience and the highest possibly quality graphics in this game without suffering any lag whatsoever.
This will make sure gamers can enjoy the game at the fullest and please their eyes with the best quality graphics available in the game.
The RAM or Memory
First of all, the RAM or memory requirement for this game. As stated by Irrational Games on the spec sheet of Bioshock Infinite system requirements, those who own 2GB of RAM memory on their laptops are eligible to open and run the game, while laptops that are equipped with 4GB of RAM can play this game in buttery smooth performance without any lag, even when running the highest graphic settings in the game.
However, RAM is not the only thing that is vital to play Bioshock Infinite as other hardware supports are also needed to be able run the game.
The CPU or Processor
Besides the amount of RAM or memory, in the spec sheet of Bioshock Infinite system requirements, your laptop also needs to have at least a dual-core CPU in order to run all the elements in this game without any lag.
Not only that, the CPU that is armed on your laptop must also be either Intel Core 2 DUO clocked at 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 clocked at 2.7 GHZ.
And this only allows you to run the game at minimum requirements.
Meanwhile, if you really want all the highest quality graphics in Bioshock Infinite to run in buttery smooth performance without any lag, then the CPU of your laptop must be a quad-core CPU, as this will ensure that all the graphics, real-time visual effects and other elements inside the game can be run perfectly without sacrificing the performance of the game.
The GPU or Graphic Card or VGA or Video Card
After knowing that the CPU or the processor of your laptop can meet the standard in Bioshock Infinite system requirements, then the next other important thing that you should check on your laptop is the GPU or the graphic card or known as video card of your laptop.
This is really crucial because Bioshock Infinite is a graphic intensive game that requires a more powerful video card in order to run all the modern visual effects and well-polished graphics in this game seamlessly.
And that can be attained if your gaming-dedicated laptop has at least either DirectX10 Compatible ATI Radeon 3870 or NVIDIA 8800 GT or Intel HD 3000 Integrated Graphics, with video card memory of 512MB.
And this is only the minimum requirement so you’ll be able to run the game.
However, for your own convenient, if your laptop or PC is armed with either DirectX11 Compatible, ATI Radeon 6950 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 with 1GB of video card memory, then you’ll find yourself in better position as you’ll be able to get the full experience of playing this with even the highest possible graphic settings.
The HDD or Harddisc and Sound Card
How about the the other important Bioshock Infinite system requirements?
Well, according to Irrational Games, your PC or laptop should have at least 20GB free storage in your HDD or 30GB if you want to get more convenient while playing this game.
Meanwhile, as for the sound aspect of this game, your laptop is eligible to run the game as long as it has a compatible DirectX sound card.
Well, if you want to know more about the entire Bioshock Infinite system requirements, here are the spec requirements that you can put in your list if you want to play this game on your laptop.
- RAM: 2 GB
- Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 2.7 GHZ
- Video Card: DirectX10 Compatible Intel HD 3000 Integrated Graphics / NVIDIA 8800 GT / ATI Radeon 3870
- Video Card Memory: 512 MB
- Hard Drive: 20 GB free
- OS: Windows Vista SP 2 32-bit
- Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
- RAM: 4 GB
- Processor: Quad-Core CPU
- Video Card: DirectX11 Compatible, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 / ATI Radeon 6950
- Video Card Memory: 1GB
- OS: Windows 7 SP 1 64-bit
- Hard Drive: 30 GB Free
- Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Some Great Things that You'll Find in Bioshock Infinite
Talking about a game called Bioshock Infinite, there are so many things about this game that not so surprisingly become the magnets for most gamers, either console or PC/laptop gamers.
Released a few months back in 2013, Bioshock Infinite has brought a lot of great feedback from the public of gamers in general.
Thanks to its amazingly brilliant storyline, well-crafted graphics, great voice acting and outstanding gameplay experience, many people believe that Bioshock Infinite could possibly be one of the best games for this year, if not the best game.
And given that many of most anticipated games are still on their way to console and PC in the near months, then labeling Bioshock Infinite as the best game in 2013 wouldn’t be fair, especially since games like Assassins Creed IV or Batman Arkham Origins just came a couple of days ago.
So gamers, be a little patient until the year of 2012 ends in just 2 months away.
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