The Max Payne (MP) franchise will always be considered as the game series that perpetually revolutionized gaming. With cinematic action movements, stunning graphics, interactive cutscenes and a realistic physics engine, Max Payne 3 takes advantage of the achievement that characterized its prequel. The new and enhanced bullet time lets you get into superior firefights; new armaments make gunfights more engaging and also bring in an element of tactic into the game. What steals this game is the plot though. Although it could be portrayed more compact that the previous plotlines, the new story is darker, more appealing and has more twists than one could imagine.

Max Payne 3 does not require a gaming PC to enjoy. It will run on most computers built within the last three years. But if you want to enjoy the MP3 with enhanced graphics options including DX11 tessellation, you will need to have a high end gaming computer.

Check whether your computer meets the following hardware requirements:

OS: Windows 7 32/64 Service Pack 1, Windows Vista 32/64 Service Pack 2, Windows XP 32/64 Service Pack 3

CPU: Intel Dual Core 2.4 GHZ - i7 3930K 6 Core x 3.06 GHZ / AMD Dual Core 2.6 GHZ - FX8150 8 Core x 3.6 GHZ

RAM: 2GB - 16GB

GPU: NVIDIA 8600 GT 512MB VRAM – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 2GB VRAM / Radeon HD 3400 512MB VRAM - Radeon HD 7970 3GB VRAM

Sound card: 100% Direct X 9.0 compatible – Direct X 9.0 compatible supporting Dolby Digital Live

HD Space: 35GB

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If your computer configuration meets the above game specification, but fails to run the game smoothly, then your trouble most likely due to registry errors! It holds all vital system information of your PC including settings and records of your programs, driver and games. All the data generally is saved in registry keys & entries. They manage your PC’s operating environment such as start-up, shut-down and run a program and games. These registry keys & entries are easily corrupted by your inaccurate operations, failed program uninstall, virus and so on. Without firm repairs, your system registry then will be congested with registry errors overtime.

Then there comes the trouble. You may experience errors, runs slow, lags, freezes or even crashes. That is most probably the cause why your PC locks up when you are playing games. To fix it you have to repair all the registry errors. Using a good registry repair tool is the safest way to solve your problem.

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