Originally posted by Nephilim
Eh...this is going to go nowhere...shall we agree to disagree?
I hate that. It's a copout to a debate.
"Good enough" isn't good enough for me
heehee. I'm sure that as your machine falls behind the technology, you'll be sure to tweak it more efficiently, when your XxAA and xTap isn't enough so that you can still get 'super smooth' framerates. It maybe "good enough" now, but overall, you'll eventually have to move to tweaking and overclocking to get the most out of the games you play, unless you are willing to shell out another $300 right away for a better card. Why not just do it when you get the card?