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Hello everyone,

I've been wanting to purchase Command and Conquer Generals for my Mac, but it exceeds my system requirements. I remember in the PC world that if you bought the software anyway it generally was a horrible pain to try to play. Here are the requirements and what I have.

Requires:
1GHZ G4/G5
256MB RAM
ATI 3D card
1.6G Disk Space
DVD ROM

I Have:
867Mhz
512MB RAM
ATI 3D card
Plenty of disk pace
DVD ROM

Basically, are Mac's like PC's in terms of their requirements? (IE: Literally a 1GHZ is the absolute lowest possible even with extra ram).
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dtx3000
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hey - why don't you try the demo and see how it works?
free at www.macgamefiles.com
cheers
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I think you should be fine, coz u have plenty ram. BUT, graphics should be good. My C&C lags on heavy rendering. You can always try the demo and see if that works fine, before buying the game.
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