Quote: Originally Posted by Zepher
find the complete pack Crysis Maximum Edition and buy that.
Crysis Wars is a Multiplayer add-on.
What he said.
And FWIW I've played both games on a rig with a Q6600 CPU, 4gig of RAM, and a DX10 card (4850) and both ran rather well under High settings. I would expect your rig to handle both games a little better, though to be honest, Crysis still struggles on my rig now (system specs), especially near the end where there's tons of action and you're playing in DX10 mode.Crysis Warhead isn't as demanding as Crysis though it will tax your system at "Enthusiast" settings.
So to summarize - With Crysis Warhead I can play at Enthusiast settings but will experience some choppiness, whereas Crysis becomes nearly unplayable for me in areas with lots of action at the "Very High" settings.
Note that Enthusiast is the highest setting for Warhead while Very High is the highest setting for Crysis.