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Old 12-02-2007, 03:02 PM   #1
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What are your thoughts on vrc, i just downloaded the demo and i am thinking about getting the 29.00 pack just to try it out
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get it you wont be dissapointed
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Old 12-03-2007, 06:27 AM   #3
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A very good tool for learning throttle control.
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Old 12-03-2007, 07:27 AM   #4
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The $29 pack is $29 wasted, you'll want the real thing and the starter pack can't be upgraded, you have to pay full price ($120 or $160) for the basic game pack anyway. For the price of 3-4 sets of tires you'll get unlimited track time on lots of great tracks. Well worth the money IMHO.
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The $29 pack is $29 wasted, you'll want the real thing and the starter pack can't be upgraded, you have to pay full price ($120 or $160) for the basic game pack anyway. For the price of 3-4 sets of tires you'll get unlimited track time on lots of great tracks. Well worth the money IMHO.
What are the PC requirements??? Do you need a good graphics card???
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I forget what the minimum requirements are but i can tell you that i can run the game at full detail at high resolution with an amd 3500+, 1 gig of memory and an ati agp x800 video card. I hope this gives you an idea.
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Old 12-03-2007, 05:55 PM   #7
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what is the name of the vrc, and where can I buy it and how much
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what is the name of the vrc, and where can I buy it and how much
Hi Tony, hows everything? this is a excellent training and competetion tool I enjoy often. Its worth the money and you can race as often as you like and compete in there series, nationals and worlds. I have seen it in the hobby shops for around 120 dollars but just recently I found some new in box and USB hookup in ebay for 85 dollars for the game and 35 for the USB thing. Again, you wont be sorry.
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how are the graphics and the realism? Do they have onroad and offroad. So what will I need to get everything I need, and how much, also I have windows vista does that matter
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What are the PC requirements??? Do you need a good graphics card???
Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98, ME, 2000 or XP
Processor with 1 GHZ. or better
128 MB RAM
Graphics card with hardware T & L Support e.g. GeForce 3, Radeon 9000 or similar or better.
USB port for VRC Game Controller
VRC USB adapter or VRC USB controller
56Kbps dial up Internet connection or DSL
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If your graphical chart doesn't support "T&L", read this:

http://www.virtualrc.com/forums/foru...aspx?ftid=1453
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Does it run on Macs ?
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NO MAC SURPORT
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
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