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Okay, I downloaded and installed it. It ran fine on my computer. 60fps+ but there was an issue with overall stability. It has some pretty significant bugs so far. For instance, I got to play one race then the entire game crashed after I won on the menu. It was fun, though. I hope they get this stuff straightened out.
It hasn't crashed for me yet, though the frame rate gets pretty low if I turn all the details up on my GTX660. The main issue I've had is the car sometimes exploding when I hit some minor obstacle that should barely damage me. I'm guessing they still need some work on the damage model, too.

Oh, and the maps taking up to five minutes to load!
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korell: The system requirements are high for what it is.

Minimum:
OS: Win 7 64-bit
Processor: Intel i3-3240 (3.4GHz) or equivalent
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: 2Gb DirectX 11 (AMD HD 7800 series or equivalent)
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible
Additional Notes: Spec will be revised continually during Early Access

Now I understand that being Early Access it is still in alpha/beta/pre-release stages so there will be code optimization and such which will bring the spec down in due course, but even so, 8GB of system RAM and 2GB of graphics RAM are a lot for what I've seen in the videos.
I would like to see lower requirements for the final version, because I would like to play the game on my Vista 32-bit, Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 (3.3GHz), 4 GB RAM and GeForce GTX 660.
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JamesBond007: I would like to see lower requirements for the final version, because I would like to play the game on my Vista 32-bit, Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 (3.3GHz), 4 GB RAM and GeForce GTX 660.
When I posted those minimum requirements it was March 23rd 2014. Almost exactly a year ago. They have reduced since then (though still not enough in my opinion).

Anyway, if you only have an E8600, doesn't that cause a bottleneck preventing you from getting the most out of your GTX 660? And doesn't the 4GB RAM + the GPU RAM mean you end up not able to use a sizeable chunk of your RAM because of the maximum addressable memory of a 32-bit OS being 4GB? Your GTX 660 has 2GB GDDR5, right? So after addressing 2GB for graphics RAM your 32-bit OS only has room for 2GB more to be addressed, so your 4GB RAM is at most only half used.

My aging system is a Core 2 Duo E8500 (3.16GHz) with 4GB RAM, XFX GTX 260 Black Edition and Vista Ultimate x64. When I come to upgrade I'll be needing a full system replacement.
The full version of the game will release on 23rd April. Will it release on GOG?
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Random_Coffee: The full version of the game will release on 23rd April. Will it release on GOG?
(It got delayed and will be released in a few days)
$25 Kickstarter backers (and above) will have a voucher code here on GOG, so I guess it will!
Waiting to see if Stainless Steel Games follows through on their promise for Mac & Linux versions of Reincarnation.

Mac & Linux versions were promised if the Carmageddon:Reincarnation kickstarter broke $600,000. Kickstarter campaign finished at just over $620,000. it's been total cricket chirps on the official reincarnation forums about Mac & Linux versions.
And now that the Windows build has performance issues... :\