Splinter Cell: Double Agent PC Single & Multiplayer Demos

Ubisoft out of the kindness of their hearts has released not one, but two demos for Sam Fisher's next romp out in the cruel terrorist-infested world - Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Note of major importance folks, you must have a Shader model 3.0 video card to run this demo (and game duh) so don't even download if you don't have a video card that supports Shader model 3.0. That being said, there is a single and multiplayer demo for you to sample Mr. Fisher's next adventure, the singleplayer demo clocks in at 850MB and the multiplayer demo clocks in at 790MB. I do not know what the multiplayer demo contains, such as how many maps or what you can play game mode wise, so sorry about that one. Same goes for the singleplayer demo, I don't know how far into the game you can play.
 
So have at it PC gamers, enjoy. And make sure you give that brand spanking new G80 video card a test drive with these babies! Feel free to add mirrors in the news comments if you need to.
 
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I don't know if my graphics card supports Shader model 3.0. Can someone help me with this? I have an nVIDIA GeForce 6600LE. Plus, what are the system requirements for the game? I'm probably not gonna even hit the minimum requirements, but it's good to know.

killer sweet. i didnt want to pay $50 out of the gate for this, so the demo will tide me over until it comes down in price a little