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10-07-2008 @ 2:39PM
those are *very* conservative requirements/guidelines/whatever you want to call them for a game in 2008. The service packs for Xp and Vista are things people should have installed already (probably more to do with security than actual performance - install your updates people!)The memory requirements - pc or mac are also pretty low. Most systems come with 2gb installed by default and it's recommended you go up to 4 (or 3 if you're sporting XP).I think macbooks, mackbook pros, and mac minis should be ok. When in doubt, up your system ram :)
10-07-2008 @ 4:31PM
Remember there is no point in getting 4GB of ram on a PC unless you are going to be running Vista 64. The 32 bit versions of Vista and XP can not utilize more than 3.2GB minus how ever much video ram is built into your video card (which often makes it so even 3GB of ram can't be fully used).
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