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ChiBChombo 11-03-07 02:11 PM

ok, demo questions.
 
Finally demo finished downloading. I played for only a bit because it was pretty late, I put my Res to 1920 x 1200, ALL settings to "High". I noticed the "Very High" Is greyed out, why is this? Is it not available in the demo? Or is it just that my comp can't run it or what? Any way to make it appear?


Anyways, with 1920 x 1200, 8x AA, All settings on High, I never felt low FPS, but then again I don't have a program that shows me FPS, other than fraps, whats a good program to just show you FPS in games etc?


Thank you.

Destroy 11-03-07 02:22 PM

Re: ok, demo questions.
 
Very High is only avail in DX10 Vista.

type "r_displayinfo=1" in console to enable frame rate info

agentkay 11-03-07 02:46 PM

Re: ok, demo questions.
 
You can enable almost all "very high" settings in DX9 when you modify the cfg, or add an autoexec.cfg in "x:\Electronic Arts\Crytek\Crysis SP Demo"

FastPony shared his nice config in this thread:

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=101348

ChiBChombo 11-03-07 03:18 PM

Re: ok, demo questions.
 
http://maxcrysis.com/dx10unlock.php seems easier I think

agentkay 11-03-07 03:32 PM

Re: ok, demo questions.
 
Yes you can do it this way as well. There are a few ways to archieve the same results.

Gaco 11-03-07 03:35 PM

Re: ok, demo questions.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ChiBChombo

Eh.. how is copy-pasting several text paraphrases, having to back up the old configs in case you wanna go back, in short terms doing all the work yourself easier than just placing an autoexec.cfg file in your crysis folder, removing it at will when you wanna roll back? ;)

ChiBChombo 11-03-07 04:01 PM

Re: ok, demo questions.
 
All you do is change a 3 for a 4 incase you didnt read. Im guesing if u wanna go back u just change the 4 to 3 again.


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