F1 2014 Official System Requirements Unveiled, Better Get an i7 and 64-Bit OS

With Winter Season almost upon us, PC enthusiasts are preparing their rigs to get the best experience out of every game headed their way. Just recently, Codemasters has revealed the official system requirements for its upcoming simulation racing game, F1 2014.

According to the game’s Creative Director Steve Hood, with F1 2014, Codemasters is striving hard to deliver a novel experience which will offer something to both new and returning players. The game will include a revamped Driver Evaluation System which will take skill level into account and suggest recommended difficulty setting. In addition to this, the game will also include a ‘Very Easy’ difficulty setting for novice players.

Coming back to the system requirements, if you’re the one who would settle for Minimum Settings, then you’re in no trouble. However, to play on the highest of the settings, you’ll require only 64-bit Windows, and at least an i7 processor. As for the GPU, any decent GTX 500 series or HD 6000 series should be able to get the job done.

Here are the system requirements in full:


  • OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8
  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 5400+
  • Hard Drive: at least 15GB of free space
  • Video Card: AMD HD2600 or NVIDIA Geforce 8600 (also AMD Radeon HD2600 or better, HD3650, HD4550 or higher, as well as HD5000, HD6000, HD7000, R7 and R9 series; NVIDIA GeForce 8600, 9500, GTX220 or better, GTX400, GTX500, GTX600, GTX700 series; Intel HD Graphics 3000, AMD Fusion A8 or higher are supported)
  • Sound Card: compatible with DirectX
  • Online connection is required


  • OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 (only 64-bit)
  • CPU: Intel Core i7 or AMD FX series
  • Memory: at least 1GB
  • Hard Drive: 20GB of free space
  • Video Card: AMD HD6000 series or Nvidia GTX500 series
  • Sound Card: compatible with DirectX
  • Online connection is required.

So, do you think you have what it takes to take F1 2014 to Ultra?

F1 2014 releases on Oct. 17, 2014 in Europe and on Oct. 21, 2014 in North America.