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Dreamingawake 03-20-08 05:32 PM

Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
after a few days of fumbling around trying to find which OS was best suited
for my needs i decided to use Xp 32 bit, SP 2. -driver support is by far the best
and i'm doing audio recording as well as gaming so it's a good balance for both.

anyway, i fired up crysis on the freshly installed o.s and gave it a run. to my amazement
i've never seen the game run so smooth. i put on the -devmode and jumped back in game
and the fps NEVER went below 30 and was usually between 40 and 50 CONSTANTLY, unless
turning quickly n what have you. yeah yeah, i know vanilla dx9 mode -but it actually
looks pretty darn tootin'. -coupled with the high FPS it's really like playing the videos
minus the sun flares, and a few other fancy details. but, right now i don't really care..

waiting for whatever comes after the geforce 10.. (lee63) (lee63)

SH64 03-20-08 08:56 PM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Dreamingawake
waiting for whatever comes after the geforce 10.. (lee63) (lee63)

Geforce 11 ..

Madpistol 03-21-08 12:09 AM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Geforce is dead... Something new is about to take it's place.

Heforce 1 :D

Crow_Nest 03-21-08 05:35 AM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Whats vanilla? Dumb question i know...

spirited1 03-21-08 07:44 AM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Vanilla usually means software in it's original state. No expansions or updates, modifications etc.

Quake 3 Arena = vanilla. Quake 3 Rocket Arena = not vanilla (chocolate chip)

Gaco 03-21-08 07:59 AM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
(w/opics)

crainger 03-21-08 08:18 AM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
I had strawberry Crysis the other day. It was great : (gay) :

SH64 03-21-08 06:09 PM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crainger
I had strawberry Crysis the other day.

Which day ?
details plz you have to be specific.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Madpistol
Geforce is dead... Something new is about to take it's place.

Heforce 1 :D

Or SheForce! :wtf:

Darkoz 03-21-08 07:46 PM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Dreamingawake
after a few days of fumbling around trying to find which OS was best suited
for my needs i decided to use Xp 32 bit, SP 2. -driver support is by far the best
and i'm doing audio recording as well as gaming so it's a good balance for both.

anyway, i fired up crysis on the freshly installed o.s and gave it a run. to my amazement
i've never seen the game run so smooth. i put on the -devmode and jumped back in game
and the fps NEVER went below 30 and was usually between 40 and 50 CONSTANTLY, unless
turning quickly n what have you. yeah yeah, i know vanilla dx9 mode -but it actually
looks pretty darn tootin'. -coupled with the high FPS it's really like playing the videos
minus the sun flares, and a few other fancy details. but, right now i don't really care..

waiting for whatever comes after the geforce 10.. (lee63) (lee63)

What matters though is what resolution and settings were you using?

crainger 03-21-08 07:54 PM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SH64
Which day ?
details plz you have to be specific.


Or SheForce! :wtf:

It was Furthsday. That was it. Furthsday Smarch the 2nd.

SH64 03-21-08 08:45 PM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crainger
Furthsday Smarch the 2nd.

Oh ok. i was thinking its furthsday smarch the 3st!

Fuku2 03-22-08 02:18 AM

Re: Vanilla Crysis Dx9 = wow !
 
Amazing. My computer is better and I don't get those framerates unless I run at low. Even medium in some places runs lower than 20 fps even though it's select places. I run at 1680x1050.


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