Unfortunately the source is wrong in this case.
I remember StarOffice. StarOffice came out <b>before</b> OpenOffice, thus it can't be the commercialized version of it, if it came out before it! Somebody got things backwards on that wikipedia page.
I totally agree. Would be worth spending $500 for a graphics card that would last 4 years and STILL be able to play all the newest games at the highest frame rates after 4 years. However, what are the odds of that happening? With the rapid development of new graphic cards, the current...
Is water cooling worth the trouble? Usually with a very nice air heatsink, you can overclock to about the same as water cooling, and you don't need to worry about ever having to maintenance it after installation. Unlike water cooling.
Running any game at minimum requirements is as slow as moasses (did I spell that word right?)
They should rename minimum requirements to instead "insanely slow speed requirements".
I never even think about buying a game, if I only have minimum requirements or slightly better.
DDR2 is not enough of a performance boost, neither is PCI express. They support the newest technologies because if they did not then people would be led into switching to their competition. The +1% improvement is really not worth it.
Wizardy 8 - They spent 7 years making this game. It was released at around the same time as other popular games like Morrowind, so it did not sell as many copies. It was (and still is) the best roleplaying game of all time, and it is highly underrated.