If the graphics are putting some people off from playing the original game again, or for the first time for that matter, they don't need to wait for 'Revision' to make the game look a lot better, I installed the following three mods.
UnifiedDeusEx_v0.2.1, combining BioMod with latest Shifter and dxEnhanced. Extensively configurable, User interface dimensions doubled for modern high-resolution displays, including sharp UI icons, freshly rendered in 24-bit,
DeusExe-v6.2, (there is now V7) Deus Exe is a replacement executable for Deus Ex. It's compatible with the GOTY edition of the game, which includes the Steam version. It fixes various issues running on modern computers, helps you configure the game, and includes a mod manager.
The game looks great, bright, crisp and clean and with a correctly scaled UI and plays on multi-core CPU's with no issues, only problem I had was MSVCP120.dll missing at installation but this was fixed by installing vcredist x64 from MS, vcredist x86 needed for windows 32bit users.
Edit: Forgot the links.
Edited by Eyeshine, 15 September 2015 - 06:14 AM.