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PES 2015 system requirements

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC, PS2, PSP, Wii, DS' started by NorD., 21 September 2014.

  1. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
    Hi fellows,
    I paste below specs for newest pes.

    System Requirements for PC

    Minimum Requirements :

    Operating System: Windows XP / Vista
    Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 6000+ / Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 2.66GHz
    RAM: 3 GB
    Hard Disk space: 20 GB
    DirectX: dx11
    Video Card: ATI Radeon R7 250 / NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450


    Recommended Requirements :

    Operating System: Windows 7
    Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T / Intel Core i5-4430 3.0GHz
    RAM: 6 GB
    Hard Disk space: 20 GB
    DirectX: dx11
    Video Card: ATI Radeon R9 280 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760

    Basing on experience from pes 2014 could you advice which should be better for pes 2015 , Amd or Intel, Radeon or Geforce ???
     
    Last edited: 21 September 2014
  2. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Premiership

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    Are these specs official?

    What's the source?
     
  3. NorD.

    NorD. Facemaker

    21 June 2006
    3-miasto
  4. nesa24

    nesa24 Champions League

    29 September 2010
    Serbia
    S.S. Lazio
    fake
    xp cant handle dx11
     
  5. superleeds1

    superleeds1 72 Veteran Staff

    16 July 2004
    Gods County
    LUFC O.K.
    Please do not open threads for non official stuff.
     
  6. PrinçipeDade

    PrinçipeDade Pes Is My Love

    30 May 2010
    Marche, Italy
    Bologna
    20GB? :O
     
  7. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Premiership

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    I never had an AMD, only had Intel but I never heard or read of people having an AMD who had problems with PES 2014.
    Might matter what power these components have.

    Last year my desktop had an Intel Core 2 Duo 8400 CPU and an ATI Radeon 6950HD.
    I could run PES 2014 full res with sweetfx.
    Gameplay was fluid, no probs, but with replays I realized some framerate drops.

    It ran a lot better on my laptop (Intel i5, Geforce 780M).

    I hope they are going to set the recommended specs a little higher.
    This game shouldn´t be able to run with WIN XP.

    It´s 2014!
     
  8. cadburyho

    cadburyho League 1

    5 March 2005
    At least they are not on 64bit like Fifa 2015.
     
  9. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Premiership

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    How do you know?
    These specs are not official.

    FIFA 15 is not the only game running on 64 bit only.
    There is Sleeping dogs, Assassins Creed Black Flag, Call of Duty Ghost, Battlefield 4 etc etc.

    It´s the year 2014.
    I don´t really think it´s possible expecting a game having great visuals but being able to run on WIN XP the same time.

    I really hope it won´t.
     
  10. Jamezinho

    Jamezinho Golden Boot Winner

    10 June 2003
    Ipswich, England
    Ipswich Town F.C.
    Why is that a good thing?
     
  11. *aLe

    *aLe International

    30 August 2005
    On the hype train
    Cunturipa!
    No way, being the graphics 'old gen', the R9 280 can be listed as recommended. It's just pointless.
    Also, DX11 and Windows XP as minimum requirements even though they mutually exclude each other? LOL, someone should check their facts better before publishing nonsense.

    Either it can be run with different DX versions (DX 9 for XP, DX 10 for Vista and DX 11 for 7/8/8.1) or if it runs on XP forget about DX11.
    So, that must be the reason they're not providing next-gen visuals after all.
     
    Last edited: 1 October 2014
  12. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Premiership

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    Exactly!

    Also the 20GB free space seem too suspicious.
    LOL.
     

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