Multi-threading is used but they will "so far" break it up to have audio, networking e.t.c on different cores and the graphics thread will be the clincher as it probably based on one of the cores by itself.
Also remember that the ram requirement means ram on-top of what it takes to run your computer.
and thirdly, Trion has not officaly released system requirements but these are a good ballpark figure for medium to medium-low settings.
RAM is easily upgraded, I meant the dedicated video ram, since that is mostly used for increasing resolution, and most cards still only have 512-1GB, which had me wondering if those were recommended or minimum specs to go by.
Thanks for the inside scoop Bohtauri. Awaiting early next year to max out my pc to run both Rift and ES:V in all its glory.
You might find ES:V to be easily maxed out already, since it's reportedly going to be using the gamebryo engine again, based very much on what they've done with the current fallout games.