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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-05-2004, 08:04 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Doom III

For you gamers out there, who has bought and played Doom III?

Got my copy yesterday, and absolutely love it. It's very suspenseful and will keep you on your toes the entire time. I've jumped quite a few times from being surprised.

Has anyone had any problems with it?

What kind of system are you running it on?


Just got a brand new computer and decided to go all out

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128 MB PCI Express ATI Radeon x300se(which blows by the way, so don't get it), but my 256 MB PCI-E ATI Radeon X800XT Platinum Edition should be here tomorrow!

I refuse to play anymore of Doom III until I throw that card in.

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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-05-2004, 08:26 AM
 
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I'm jonesing to see it.
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post #3 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-18-2004, 10:10 AM
 
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I got it the day it came. Was bored after a bout a 1/2 hour.
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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-11-2004, 12:11 PM
 
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Re: Doom III

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For you gamers out there, who has bought and played Doom III?

Got my copy yesterday, and absolutely love it. It's very suspenseful and will keep you on your toes the entire time. I've jumped quite a few times from being surprised.

Has anyone had any problems with it?

What kind of system are you running it on?


Just got a brand new computer and decided to go all out

3.4 GHz P4 w/ HT
1 GB of DDR2 RAM
128 MB PCI Express ATI Radeon x300se(which blows by the way, so don't get it), but my 256 MB PCI-E ATI Radeon X800XT Platinum Edition should be here tomorrow!

I refuse to play anymore of Doom III until I throw that card in.
ya i was gonna say... until you had a decent video card, how in the hell could you be enjoying that game. that radeon platinum is supposed to be one the the best vc's that money can buy currently. That system should be very nice running doom 3. Ahppy fragging! ( Though i do have 2gigs of ddr ram )
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Re: Re: Doom III

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[i]..... ( Though i do have 2gigs of ddr ram ) [/B]
The way things are now, anything over 1 gig is basically a waste....
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I've had the card for about a month now and lemme tell ya... It's AWESOME.

Doom 3, I can play on high graphics settings with all the detail and 4x anti aliasing turned on. For some reason, I can't play it on Ultra graphics settings. Even with all the tweaks and such.

Far Cry is a different story. I play that sh*t on the highest settings for everything, and it NEVER lags. Even on multiplayer.

Any of you guys play Far Cry? If so, lemme know your handle and maybe we can all meet up some time.

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I used to play some Far Cry.

The multiplayer kinda sucks though....
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I really wish that I had the video card that supports that game. Sadly, my laptop handle' s it better than my PC. I bought the game when it first came out, came home attempted to play it and it would barely run the intro to the game through, much less the entire game.......nothing but glitches Guess Ill have to fork out $300 bucks for that damn card

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you know what sisquo you should just save up a few hundred more dollars and get the EVGA E-GeForce 6800 Ultra.
This board outscored other GeForce 6800GT- or Radeon X800XT-based boards in high-resolution tests. It is the video card that i have in my rig. and it runs everything i have put to it maxed out on settings. 9 doom 3, far cr,y unreal 2004.
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you know what sisquo you should just save up a few hundred more dollars and get the EVGA E-GeForce 6800 Ultra.
This board outscored other GeForce 6800GT- or Radeon X800XT-based boards in high-resolution tests. It is the video card that i have in my rig. and it runs everything i have put to it maxed out on settings. 9 doom 3, far cr,y unreal 2004.
Really?? How much is the entire set up? I play the hell out of all the games that you listed instead of Doom 3 and I usually dont have a problem, Half Life and Unreal 04 glitch a little but mostly run smooth. I have got to do something Doom 3 is calling my name. I played it on my cousins computer and fell in love within 10 minutes of playing. Let me know about that full price and where the cheapest place to pick it up would be.

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