Here's the same card in stock: http://www.ecost.com/ecost/shop/deta...=email,ECOSTPG And if you have the money, definitely go for the 2GB. You pay a little more to get it in one chunk, but that's worth it if you ask me. Sean
I don't think he meant that like you took it. It will be in the next-next-generation by default of practically no one being able display 1080p. So even if games are being output at 1080p, almost everyone will still be using 720p or 1080i. 1080p TV's won't be common place for several more years...
I thought that in the interviews over on leakycauldron that she entertained the idea of writing something like "Hogwarts, A History." Which would be bound to include a map. By no means is this anything official, but something along those lines is certainly not out of the question. Sean
If you have a way to make a backup before you move to the new computer, that would be your best option to avoid redownloading everything. Steam has a nice built in backup utility too. And all of your Steam info is saved with your login(games you have purchased), so none of that is lost. Sean
Well, since you need the mouse to aim during many, many situations, I don't think that would be really feasible. And it just takes a little practice. Mouse to look, WASD to steer, just like normal FPS controls. Sean