Crytek Announce CryEngine 3 Release

"The third edition of the next gen graphics engine has been released."

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CryEngine 3 Released
Crytek's next-gen-ready CryEngine 3 has officialy been announced and is available for third-party developers now. The engine allows developers using a single editor and dev PC, to create and test a game for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 at the same time.
Crytek's press release says "CryEngine 3 features real-time conversion and optimization of assets and cross-platform changes that significantly reduce the risk of multiplatform development." This should improve the quality of muliple platform games, as the engine optimizes the code for each individual console, the developer only needs knowledge of PC development.
"With its scalable graphics and computation it is next-gen-ready and with new features like CryEngine 3 Live Create the best choice for game developers and companies developing serious games applications alike," says Crytek boss, Cevat Yerli. "It is the only game engine solution that enables real-time development and can ensure teams are able to maximize their own creativity, save budget and create greater gaming experiences."
This should pave the way for some more visually stunning games over the next few months, Crysis 2 being one of them. It should also open up a whole new door for developers who were previously tied to a single platform. For more information, you can read Crytek's press release here.
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08-10-2009, 17:42:22


I have push pull config in my system and have 3 of the Y adaptor [IMG][/IMG] so that i can use all six fans ,Which are 1500RPM but my problem here is this as you can see in the image one 3 pin plug only came with two wires on one side so i rewired that with another yellow that was missing on all 3 sets ,But when all is pluged in the pc and running on the fan control i am only getting 1350rpm ,

Why would the speed drop like that any idea ? ..


08-10-2009, 17:46:15

Two fans off one channel only needs one yellow RPM sensor wire.

08-10-2009, 17:56:32

i see ok thanks for clearing that up for me so if i take the wire back off i should get full speed again .

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