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  1. if you are going to upgrade now, you might as well go with a pci-express motherboard. Most of these are going to incorporate nvidias new SLI technology, which is also a plus for the long run. as for processor and ram, if you want this pc to last as long as your previous one has, then you might as well throw 2gb of ddr in it along with the 4000+ amd athlon 64. im pretty sure that only the fx chips and the 4000 still have the 1 meg cache.
  2. dont base your decision on the amount of ram the card has. when dealing with a bottom-of-the-line gaming card like a 9600, 128 vs 256 mb of ram is not going to make a big difference. most games dont even use 256mb of vram, with the exception of possibly doom3. the 9600xt is the better card, even with half the vram, because it is fully directx 9 compatible. if you shortchange yourself now on features that are quickly becoming important, you will be in this same situation a year from now when the games dont look or play as advertised.
  3. yes, by all means lets get MORE guns out there on the streets! i swear to god, people are so paranoid.
  4. wow, i dont see how i can resist, considering youve thrown in two of the best albums ever released
  5. http://www.gamespot.com/news/2004/06/30/news_6101684.html several other sites reporting they same story say it'll be released on july 23rd. thats next friday! finally, XX on my mame cabinet!
  6. on the main page at Tototek.com they have a snes flash cart. im thinking about getting one, but i wonder if anyone knows anything about them. im kinda wary of spending $80 for one if it wont do what i want it to do. i just want to play some translated roms on my snes hardware... any help or advice you guys can give me would be great.
  7. well, thats a good question. being that most people who are intrested in gamecube emulation, dont actually own one, i assumed you didnt either. on a personal note, i detest gamecube emulation, aswell as ps2, and xbox. infact, its not emulation, its theivery. thats why i advised you to buy one. now, the fact that you DO own one, and are still intrested in its emulation, is not much better. although, thats your prerogative. i for one love nintendo, and dont want to see it one day destroyed, due to such acts. i dont mean to flame you, thats just my reasoning for my previous statement. all emulation is technically stealing. you can't measure theft in degrees. im not. emulation was created for preservation purposes. what emulation "has become" during the past several years, is beside the point. here's an example of my logic... emulating old atari games that no one is presently making money off of, meaning the developers. GOOD! emulating newly released gamecube, ps2, xbox, arcade games etc, which developers are still making money from. BAD! what good is owning the rights to a title, if its just gonna sit there on a shelf collecting dust for a decade or two. that's why emulation was created, and that's the only reason why i am involved in it. youre not thinking the same way that a corporation thinks. corporations get the laws made, and when you get right down to it, thats where our "right and wrong" comes from. environmentalists want to preserve the earth so that future generations can enjoy it, yet the govt and corporations want to rape the land for everything its worth. when the hippies chain themselves to trees in the path of the bulldozers, who's going to get arrested? the people with nothing but everyones best interest in mind, or the people with the power and the cash? even i myself wear an eyepatch and a pegleg, but i dont try to convince myself that what im doing is "right".
  8. I guess they are saving major improvements like this for future releases. Bah, they were just being ignorant. im pretty sure that anyone with the knowledge required to make the only viable dreamcast emulator is far from ignorant. ^^ anyways, this is great news. is there any indication of when another update will be released?
  9. yeah, same problem here... and with the same game. i was using an.nrg (browser-based self-boot) of border down... crashes at the sega logo and corrupts the bios somehow. edit: does anyone know what versions of border down work with this emulator?
  10. good lord. <crosses fingers for full-screen emulation>
  11. had the sound off when i watched it... hmm... looks real fake without the sound.
  12. well, thats a good question. being that most people who are intrested in gamecube emulation, dont actually own one, i assumed you didnt either. on a personal note, i detest gamecube emulation, aswell as ps2, and xbox. infact, its not emulation, its theivery. thats why i advised you to buy one. now, the fact that you DO own one, and are still intrested in its emulation, is not much better. although, thats your prerogative. i for one love nintendo, and dont want to see it one day destroyed, due to such acts. i dont mean to flame you, thats just my reasoning for my previous statement. all emulation is technically stealing. you can't measure theft in degrees.
  13. best game in a long long long loooooooooong time. *splurt*
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