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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    I'm terrible at shopping for computers, so I can relate to your situation. Why not reach out to your regiment and see if anyone particularly tech savvy could recommend a good machine within the limits of your budget?
    I thought I had a good one lol. Doesn't seem 13 years old... but I also remember Y2k Like it was last week. Thanks for the help y'all.

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    its complete crap that those of us who funded the devolvement of it are now getting shafted in the long run. also pc parts are soo high that most cant get the parts that they need. so for now thanks for nothing and more so killing what could have been a great game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.S.A. Sniper43 View Post
    its complete crap that those of us who funded the devolvement of it are now getting shafted in the long run. also pc parts are soo high that most cant get the parts that they need. so for now thanks for nothing and more so killing what could have been a great game.
    To be fair it had to happen eventually...

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    Typical case of software driving hardware needs. It's S.O.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.S.A. Sniper43 View Post
    pc parts are soo high that most cant get the parts that they need.
    Huh????

    Jim is apparently running a component which in all likelihood was manufactured before the last typewriter factory finally shut down.
    Last edited by Bradley; 07-14-2021 at 10:16 PM.

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    i can still run it on my laptop but is at 17 fps with on board grafix

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. P. Hill View Post
    Typical case of software driving hardware needs. It's S.O.P.
    what is S.O.P.?
    Last edited by Billy-Jim-Bob-Jr; 07-15-2021 at 01:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    Huh????

    Jim is apparently running a component which in all likelihood was manufactured before the last typewriter factory finally shut down.
    Don't be mean. unless you mailed my new computer, in which case LOL. OMG I just looked.... My component WAS built before the last typewriter factory shut down LMFAO
    Last edited by Billy-Jim-Bob-Jr; 07-15-2021 at 01:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.S.A. Sniper43 View Post
    i can still run it on my laptop but is at 17 fps with on board grafix
    LOL I'm going to bust my laptop out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy-Jim-Bob-Jr View Post
    what is S.O.P.?

    Industry "Standard Operating Procedures.

    Software has always pushed the envelope of hardware, thus causing hardware to evolve to greater and better, and then Software pushing the envelope even more, ad infinitum.

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