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Sea Dogs on GOG

Discussion in 'PiratesAhoy! News' started by wolfsrain, Apr 2, 2015.


Discussion in 'PiratesAhoy! News' started by wolfsrain, Apr 2, 2015.

  1. Red Back Dude
    I use a GTX 570 and keep a newer card in the drawer for when i actually need it.
  2. piratesjunkie
    Thanks a lot for that information Hylie!

    I was planing to buy a similar Card (ASUS STRIX R9 285 DC2OC 2GD5) because of the unbeatable cost-benefit ratio but i didn´t till now because AMD didn´t offer a compatible driver for WinXP till now and i also want to keep that OS for older games. So i know now that i have to keep my older graphics card and drivers too and build a second PC ;)
  3. piratesjunkie
    Can´t play CoAS with NVIDIA cards, so i have to stick to AMD anyway.
  4. Red Back Dude
    I can play CoAS with my nvidida card no problems.
  5. piratesjunkie
    That also always depends on the other hardware that you use (Motherboard, Processor, RAM and drivers). The graphics card isn´t the only reason, the dependencies also always matter.
  6. SD:TEHO
    Sea Dogs - Spring Time Offer on GOG now:

    Sea Dogs

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