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Old 10-08-04, 07:28 PM   #10
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Default Re: CS Source is a crap

The fact that you're playing the game 4xAA 8xAF "super duper fast" should be enough to say the game isnt crap. Some game's ive played recently (Far Cry, BF:Vietnam) run like ass even with an overclocked 6800GT. And I wasnt impressed with the graphics of either game (far cry looked like a cartoon with the saturation set to 400% and BFV just looked boring). I havent played CS:S yet, but ive seen the videos and the screenshots and the water alone is amazing, but the textures and scenery detail were pretty impressive too.

Im not saying CS:S is drop dead gorgeous, but the graphics are very respectable and from what ive seen the performance is super smooth. Id take good graphics with perfect frame rates over great graphics and fluctuating\choppy framerates any day.
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