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    Have they released any sys requirements yet?

    But jesus have ya seen the vids from the game!?? :eek: :eek:
    Oh man this is the ****!!

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    Found this on Halflife2.net

    "Ideally we recommend a Pentium 2Ghz and Geforce 4 for the best visuals."


    I get ****ing sick of watching this ****. It's such a huge leap from where we are today.. :drool:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    Found this on Halflife2.net

    "Ideally we recommend a Pentium 2Ghz and Geforce 4 for the best visuals."


    I get ****ing sick of watching this ****. It's such a huge leap from where we are today.. :drool:
    Huh ? The sys req's or the game's graphics ?
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    Sick of what? That the games of the future actually require better hardware to run all the fancy graphics and AI? Welcome to reality!

    Game companies can't win it seems. Either a game is not advanced enough and everyone complains, or the game is advanced, but requires good hardware and everyone complains.

    Doom3 and Half Life 2 will set the standard for graphics engines for 2004-2005. I personally thing a 2Ghz P4 and GeForce4 by the end of this year will be cheap enough for anyone to get, much less getting faster hardware.

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    Sorry for my unclear post above, I meant the graphics shown in the videoclips I have.. They make me sick and all nervous.. I just can't belive my eyes! Are that really rendered games!?? :drool:

    As for the system requirements I'm not surprised, and I honestly don't think a 2 ghz comp with let's say a Ti4200 for example will play doom or hf2 maxed out even at 1024.. :2cents: Those engines sure looks heavy..:eek: And I want to play them at high res, 1280 or 1600 so I guess I should get a high end system..

    I'm sure i sound like a child on christmas but oh man will this fall be exiting..!


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    or the game is advanced, but requires good hardware and everyone complains.
    Only the short-sighted and incompetent complain about this. And they don't complain for long.
    "In their capacity as a tool, computers will be but a ripple on the surface of our culture. In their capacity as intellectual challenge, they are without precedent in the cultural history of mankind." - Edsger Dijkstra

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    Well I ain't complaining for sure, I'm happy for it actually finally we are getting somewhere.. :D

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    ok as it goes for HL2 this is what you need to run the game

    Windows98/2000/Me/XP
    700MHz processor
    128MB RAM
    DirectX 6.0 or higher compatible graphics card/accelerator


    now its very clear that the game is not going to run at good grafic detal and so on because of the specs but i mean you will be able to play the game. also thease are not official but the low computer specs are

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    Damn my P2 350 with it's 16Mb Voodoo Banshee won't run it.. :cry:

    But hey, what if I oc it..! :idea:

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    Windows98/2000/Me/XP
    700MHz processor
    128MB RAM
    DirectX 6.0 or higher compatible graphics card/accelerator
    What were the first DX 6 Graphics cards?
    "In their capacity as a tool, computers will be but a ripple on the surface of our culture. In their capacity as intellectual challenge, they are without precedent in the cultural history of mankind." - Edsger Dijkstra

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