I still play BF2 every so often with some RL friends... i'm really looking forward to QW and probably some UT3.
look here, upon a sig graveyard.
I loved BF2, but the series started to decline with Special Forces. 2142 I played the demo for an hour or two, and that was long enough to realize I had no interest whatsoever in it.
I'm also interested in the Quake Wars beta.
If the talk about the $200-range GeForce DX10 cards is true, I'll probably be upgrading my PC come summer.
http://www.vr-zone.com/index.php?i=4723NVIDIA is set to launch mainstream 8600GTS (G84-400) and 8600GT (G84-300) as well as 8500GT (G86-300) on 17th of April. GeForce 8600GTS and 8600GT will have 256MB GDDR3 memories onboard and sports 128-bit memory interface but no HDMI yet. GeForce 8600GTS is meant to replace 7950GT and 7900GS while 8600GT to replace 7600GT and 8500GT to replace 7600GS.
8600GTS will be clocked at 700MHz core / 2GHz memory and comes with dual D-DVI, HDTV, HDCP but requires external power. 8600GTS will be priced between US$199-$249. Another mainstream model, the 8600GT will be clocked at 600MHz core / 1.4GHz memory and has 2 variants; one with HDCP (G84-300) and the other without (G84-305). This model doesn't requires an external power. 8600GT will be priced between US$149-$169.
The last model meant for budget segment is actually a G84 core but downgraded to meet the value segment pricing structure. The 8500GT will be clocked at 450MHz core / 800MHz 256MB DDR2 memory and comes in 2 variants; one with HDCP (G86-300) and the other without HDCP (G86-305). 8500GT will be priced between US$79 to US$99. Towards end of April, we can expect NVIDIA to release GeForce 8300GS for the budget market to replace 7300 series.
lol @ Microsoft
Yeah I seen this. Paying to play against 360 kids isn't a great idea. Wow, I just paid 50 bucks to be called a gay nigger by a 12 year old. What value!