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11-20-2008 @ 3:35PM
the answer is ram on your card. But you can have 512 ram on a 8300 and 256 on a 8800 and it's worlds difference. Right now. i'm running an 8600 on a 23 inch monitor, full screen, and half view distance with everything at max settings. (dont really need to see ALL the way across the zone)...and average 20-40 frames a second (drops to 20 in heavily populated areas). on a vista machine it access's some of your ram as virtual ram. I usually drop the view distances in cities to minimum..
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