There is also this review > While the game is visually interesting at many occasions, those visuals come at a cost. While I cannot say that my gaming computer is anything special, I can run most modern games at a solid 60 frames-per-second with the graphics turned to medium. However, with War of the Roses, I had to turn almost all of the settings to the lowest possible options and make sure I was not running any other programs while I played the game to achieve the standard 60 FPS benchmark. Granted, the game does look very good, even on its lowest settings, but needless to say this is not a game for those who have to lower their settings to below “High” while playing Team Fortress 2.
You might also download the free Game Booster...do not update to the 'new' RAZOR Game Booster' which is not free. This turns off unnecessary background programs while you are playing, and turns them back on when you quit the game. http://download.cnet.com/Game-Booster/3000-18512_4-11677455.html
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