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Read this on PC.ign.com....

By Top_gun
Jul 17, 2002
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  1. "One of the worst problems I ran into with Deus Ex was the high system requirements. Deus Ex ran choppy even on some of the higher end computers we played it on. I had to turn the detail down on my PII450MHz with a Voodoo3 to get a fluid framerate, but after I installed one of the new Voodoo5s, it was smooth sailing with full detail. Of course, I hope we're not getting to the point where you have to own a PIII600 with a $300 video card to play a good PC game quite yet."


    Oh how far we have come.....
  2. Arris

    Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,548   +96

    So true. My Geforce3 is struggling at times with Soldier of Fortune 2 at 1024 resolution with 2x Antialiasing on. Quite scarey that the time a card has at the top of the 3d performance table seems to be getting less long as more and more advancements are made in manufacture process and graphics technology.
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