Cyberpunk 2077 Minimum Requirements : With the release date of Cyberpunk 2077 getting closer, the PC specs are finally out. Here is what we gathered from the spec list!
Even the minimum specs are unbelievable!
The minimum requirements to run the game are as follows:
- CPU: Having at least an Intel Core i5-3570K or AMD FX-8310. These are 6 core CPUs with the Intel one being released back in 2012.
- GPU: A GTX 780 is the bare minimum. This is a very old card and slightly faster than a GTX 1650. So, a good alternative for this could be the AMD RX 570. However, the recommended GPU is GTX 1060 with 6 GB of VRAM or the GTX 1660 Super. These GPUs will be able to run the game at High Graphics Settings. Click here to check out the performance of a GTX 780 on various games.
- RAM: A minimum of 8 GB of RAM is required to run the game. However, 12 GB is recommended.
- VRAM: Having a minimum of 3 GB of VRAM is a must to run the game. This must be because of Cyberpunk’s stunning and life-like visuals which use up the VRAM so much. The recommended amount of VRAM is 6 GB.
- Storage Space: A minimum of 70 GB of Hard Drive space is required along with the 64-bit version of Windows 7 or Windows 10 to run this game. At least 70 GB of free Solid State Drive (SSD) space is required to run this game on any other setting other than Low.
All the minimum specs will get you to play the game on Low Settings….so, not the most optimized game out there. All we can hope for is that future driver updates will make the game more playable in the future.
What device will be needed to max out Cyberpunk 2077?
The game obviously can be scaled up to 4K with Ultra Graphics Settings and needs at least 16 GB of RAM and 8 GB of VRAM to do so.
However, to run it at 4K Ultra Setting with Ray Tracing on Ultra as well, CD Projekt Red has straight-up said that anything lesser than the RTX 3080 won’t do. An AMD Ryzen 5 3600 or Intel Core i7-6700 CPU will also be required.
Tips on how to find the Playstation 5 and XBox Series X, the hottest items this Christmas – CTV News Ottawa
One of the hottest items on many Christmas wish lists this holiday season is the Playstation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X consoles.
With so many people at home looking for something to do during the COVID-19 pandemic, demand is high for the latest generation gaming consoles. Getting your hands on one seems to be a game all on its own.
Salim Saikley is one of the lucky few able to purchase a new console this holiday season.
“It really feels like you’re part of an elite club,” said Saikley.
After weeks of trying to buy a Sony PS5 gaming console, he finally found one at an online store, “I was able to pick one up as of 6:30 a.m.” He ‘picked it’ online, and hopes to have it delivered next week.
The new PS5’s are reselling on sites like Kijiji for nearly double the retail price. Saikley does not think that is something he would have done.
“Really hard to justify a gaming console for over a thousand dollars,” said Saikley.
Even though he doesn’t consider himself a ‘gamer‘, he’s looking for something else to do at home during the pandemic.
“COVID for sure is a massive factor; another thing to do in the home besides projects and cooking, building projects – we’re a little tired of that,” said Saikley.
At retailers like The Source, which is owned by CTV News Ottawa’s parent company Bell, the pandemic is helping to drive sales.
“Gaming gives us a really good opportunity to play interactively; to play with other families, and to make sure that we’re keeping that social connection alive,” says Andaleeb Dobson, vice-president of Merchandising and Supply Chain at The Source. “Gaming is through the roof, it’s been seven years since we’ve had new XBox or Playstation consoles.”
The hottest game consoles have been on the market for about a month. Dobson says launch day was very busy on their website, “We sold lots of consoles in less than half an hour.”
Best Buy Canada says pre-orders sold out quickly, and a company spokesperson told CTV News Ottawa, “We expect that demand to last well into the new year as inventory becomes available.”
Hamse Deira managed to buy three on pre-order months ago.
“Honestly, it’s amazing,” said Deira, who sold one and surprised his older brother with the other new console. “He was still sleeping, so I put it on his on his bed, and I just tapped him and he woke up and was freaking out; he almost knocked it off the bed!”
How to get one now?
CTV News Ottawa asked Ray for tips to find the Playstation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X consoles this holiday season.
“Turning on notifications for Twitter helps get the latest alerts for surprise drops, but for scheduled ones like the ones Walmart and EB Games just did, it takes speed and a lot of luck,” said Ray in a Twitter message to CTV News Ottawa.
He says you’ll need that luck and suggests you follow all of the retailers’ social media accounts. Retailers often post when they will be releasing more consoles.
He offers other tips on his website too, including creating an account at the online store ahead of time and making sure it works. Ensure your billing address and shipping address are correct, and add a valid credit card number ahead of time.
Ray also suggests trying a stores’ online app; while many are trying to log onto the website, you may have luck with your phone.
15th Give a Little Life Day raises over $590000 for new NICU – paNOW
(Victoria Hospital Foundation)
Dec 4, 2020 6:37 PM
It had a different, virtual, and socially distanced feel to it, but the 15th Annual Give A Little Life Day Radiothon still raised one of its best totals ever.
A grand total of $592,563 was raised to furnish and equip the new neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) for babies born early or are born with health problems.
“There’s no way we could do any of this without the support of our community, so thank you,” said Sherry Buckler, CEO of the Victoria Hospital Foundation (VHF).
All the donations will go directly to the new NICU, which provides much-needed upgrades with the biggest one being a lot more space.
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Outbreak declared at London shawarma restaurant
December 4, 2020 5:46pm
The local health unit has declared an outbreak at a London shawarma restaurant after six employees tested positive for COVID-19.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit announced on Friday that the outbreak had been declared at The Shish Shawarma & Grill restaurant located at 1401 Ernest Ave.
The first case was brought to the health unit’s attention on Tuesday, and the health unit made the decision to close the business after another two cases emerged on Wednesday. The next three cases were reported to the health unit on Thursday.
At this time, the health unit said there was a low-risk to customers who visited the restaurant, however, health officials are still investigating whether or not the staff members were infectious.
“Any interactions between restaurant employees and patrons would have been brief and staff who interacted with customers were wearing masks, which would have reduced the possibility for COVID-19 transmission,” said Dr. Alex Summers, the associate medical officer of health with the health unit, in a news release. “We will continue our investigation and work with these six people directly, determine who their close contacts are and provide the support they need to help navigate this situation.”
Anyone who attended the restaurant between November 22 to December 2 is asked to monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19.
The health unit reported 25 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. Since the start of the pandemic, the region has recorded a total of 1,759 COVID-19 cases and 75 deaths.
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