Mac Mini intel with games for the Windows

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  1. alpha mac G4 macrumors newbie

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    Hey all,

    I have a question Im thinking of purchasing a intel mac mini I did not get one yet and I plan to run Windows xp on it as well. Now on the Windows side there is a game I want to see if it would work on the mac mini Windows side

    If anyone has a Intel Mac mini with a Windows XP system could you down load this game and pm me back to see if it work on the Mac here is the link:

    http://www.virtualrc.com/downloads/gamedownldetail.aspx?gdid=47&gdc=0

    Here is the web site:
    http://www.virtualrc.com/default.aspx

    Here are the spec for Windows:

    Minimum system requirements:
    - Windows 2000 or XP
    - Processor with 1 GHz or better
    - 128 MB RAM
    - Graphics card with hardware T&L e.g. GeForce 3, Radeon 9000 or similar
    - Monitor resolution 1024x768 pixels
    - Game-port
    - 56Kbps dial-up Internet connection
    Recommended system requirements:
    - Windows XP
    - Processor with 2 GHz or better
    - 512 MB RAM
    - Graphics card with hardware T&L e.g. GeForce FX5600, Radeon 9800 or similar
    - Monitor resolution 1280x1024 pixels
    - USB port
    - ADSL, DSL or cable Internet connection

    any help would be greatly appreciated and pleaes pm me

    Thanks
     
  2. flopticalcube macrumors G4

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    No one has replied so I will put you out of your misery. From Wikipedia:

    "The 950 lacks Hardware Transform and Lighting technology, which reduces performance for many 3D graphics applications. The 950 will perfectly run most older games that do not require a Hardware T&L. The 950 outperforms the GMA 900 but falls behind the ATI Radeon Xpress 200. It is easily adequate for 2D applications such as watching movies and basic 3D applications, but less suitable for high-end gaming."
     

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