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ati rage 128 bad or good


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badguy2

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is the rage ati a 3d card to, proccesser amd atholn 1.0g
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You aint gonna be playin any new games on that pc, even older ones would struggle on that pc with that card.
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Yeah, except, on my friend's computer, CS 1.6 and HL would run at 60FPS constant on high graphics at 1024x768 with a Rage 128, 1.6GHz P4, and 256 MB RAM.
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But those games are approaching being a decade old at least for HL.
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Yeah, but that means it is a classic, I love it so much. :tazz: :) :)
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Its good but play the new ones on a good PC youre mind will be blown away, every time i play CSS im utterly impressed everytime with how good it looks. And to me it plays just as good or better as the original, they even carried over some litlle things from the games so gameplay feels similar.
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