Freak! heeft een artikeltje over gamen onder NT. Hier het introotje :
Here's the situation. You're either a poweruser who uses Windows NT or you're interested in migrating to NT but you also want to play games. So, what are you to do? Can you even run games under NT? There hasn't been much written about it and you know you're local Best Buy sales associate is probably going to be clueless about the matter. I'll try to help dispel some of the myths surrounding gaming under Windows NT since you don't normally associate Windows NT as a gaming platform. I'll take a look at things you should know about running games under Windows NT and what are the best setups for running games under NT. Before we get started I'll give you the super condensed Windows NT history lesson.
Before the advent of Windows NT 4, if you ran Windows NT then you could pretty much forget the idea of running any mainstream games on it. Microsoft's newly born Windows 95 platform was the OS of choice if you wanted to run any real games. Thus, Windows NT took the backseat to its more popular younger brother Windows9x when it came to games and was just seen as the older brother who was serious and dependable but not a lot of fun. Well, times have changed and after being the workhorse for so long, NT is ready to have some fun. The release of Windows NT 4 along with Service Pack 3, the spread of OpenGL popularity, and growing developer support have changed many things.
Let's go over a few things about Windows NT just to refresh everyone's memory.