It's not fast enough, crysis is simply too demanding. If you've got the settings as low as you can go, then either upgrade your laptop (if possible), or buy a new computer. Possibly removing unused programs, stopping programs in the "system tray" and defragmenting your hard disk may help, but not significantly enough to make it much more playable.
Yeah, your laptop is just too slow. Also, Crysis (and for that matter, any video game) will run slower on any laptop than a desktop computer. Laptops were not developed for gaming, especially very high end games like Crysis, if you had a desktop with similar settings you could manage on low.
I have a friend with a desktop computer with a 2.2Ghz Dual core, 2gb of RAM and an ATI X1300 256mb graphics card and he can manage Crysis on low graphics absolutely fine.
Absolutely right - i had a 2ghz core 2 duo laptop with 2gb ram and an 8600gt, and i got framerates HALF that of a desktop computer that had an 8400 and a 1.6ghz dual core! Wouldn't play crysis at all - so i chopped it in for a desktop system -very happy now!
I run it on a 2.8ghz with a internal graphics card lol. its painfull when it dont work but on a good day its stunning the graphics refuse to turn from meduim so i am stuck with them lol. i reckon u could have a chance of playing it how much ram u got. i forgot to mentcion on a laptop that cost £379 in november. the only thing i have done to it is upgraded the ram .
Hi I have Sony FW- Series, and the spec is 4GB RAM, Intel Centrino 2 running at 2.40 GHz processor, with ATI Radeon Premuim Graphics (Resolution of 1600:900) Referesh Rate 60 Hz And I have Vista Home 32 bit. And I'm not sure if my laptop can hadle this type of game, I am really want to buy it. Please tell me if I can play it on my laptop.