In a move aimed at ending the confusion and heartache of PC gamers everywhere, AMD has announced a new program to simplify the process of determining PC gaming system requirements for consumers. Anything certified with AMD's "Game" tag will meet a minimum standard for performance and will play the latest games. That means no more tearing your hair out when you buy a game that you don't have the hardware for.
"We're trying to help people identify PCs that are really ready to play the latest games," AMD desktop gaming strategist Brent Barry told Shacknews. "Basically, to bring a little bit of that console-like simplicity to the mainstream gamers."
Microsoft, Alienware, Acer and other companies are involved in the initiative. You can get your "Game" certified PC today.
We are thinking of getting into the sticker business, what with all the different tiny bits of info you get on new systems.