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I doubt they were testing what they created or they got their hands on the hardware before it came out... I'm sure they had begun coding and started to get the basics of it and mostly planning..

Midrange: 8800GTS. That should be requirement.
And a e6600 / FX-62. Very simple no?
midrange should be a gts? If you look at the source surveys, you can tell that to maximize profit the midrange would be a higher end dx9 card if anything, as the vast majority of gamers will be playing on a couple year old xps, or even dimension.
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My other comp aka my first and only comp for years has a 9700 pro. It cant run anything now lol
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Cool, so you're saying my C2D and GTX won't be obsolete a few months after I buy it?? SWEEEEEET!!!!!

But seriously, that's good news. I'm looking forward to Crysis/DX10/Ultra High detail.
    
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midrange should be a gts? If you look at the source surveys, you can tell that to maximize profit the midrange would be a higher end dx9 card if anything, as the vast majority of gamers will be playing on a couple year old xps, or even dimension.
Yes but by the time this thing actually comes out the GTS will be quite cheap don't ya think?
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