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Posted: Nov 3rd 2007 6:54PM (Unverified) said

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"...I've had more problems with ATI cards running EVE Online than Nvidia cards..."

Yup. The main reason I left EVE was all the graphic glitches running on an ATI. All the little annoyances add up to a huge annoyance that wasn't worth the time/cash.

Posted: Nov 3rd 2007 8:04PM (Unverified) said

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Yea, same here. That's one reason why I didn't sub after my first time through the trial. The only way I could play without getting the "freeze-slide show" vpu recovery problem was by restarting my computer before playing the game. ugh. That got old fast.
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Posted: Nov 4th 2007 3:56AM (Unverified) said

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I've tried the MAc version on a Mac Pro 2GHz 4-core and while it seems to work just fine it's quite slow, and also it slows the Desktop UI in Leopard down quite significantly. I think one major problem Games authors suffer with the MAc platform is they are constantly fighting the UI for comtrol of the graphics card.

Still, it's an encouraging start, it'll probably be fine for mining, trading, skill setting and group PvE combat, but I wouldn't want to venture out into deadspace with it yet - it's still a bit laggy on the mouse controls.

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