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jake_maveric_05 07-30-08 05:46 PM

Performance concern?
 
I ran Crysis on my computer just days ago with an Nvidia 8600GT(256mb) on settings:
(windows vista 32-bit)

Texture: Low
Object: Medium
Shadow Quality:Low
Physics: Medium
Shaders: Low
Volumetrics: Low
Game: Low
Post P.: Low
Particles: Low
Sound: Medium
(no motion blur)

Resoulution: 1440x900 w/ Vsync and Fullscreen

I averaged 25-30 running around in the woods and 60 inside a building now and then.

I have upgraded my video card to an ATI 3850 256mb card. (other system spec.s are in my Sig.)

I am running all settings the same as above and my framerates have changed about 4fps.

Sorry, but something does not seem right. The 3850 is overall a better performance card and i should be seeing WAY better results than this. Ive read people saying they can play that game on Med. - VERY HIGH settings with that card. Or at least from what ive read.

Running DX9/10 no change (except DX10 has that keyboard and mouse lag I HATE!).

Any help or suggestions? I got all the latest patches for the game, and the newest ATI drivers on my computer. Any tips would be great! Thanks !

Noriega 07-30-08 05:59 PM

Re: Performance concern?
 
Install XP, Use some custom config like CCC.

jake_maveric_05 07-30-08 06:28 PM

Re: Performance concern?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Noriega (Post 1728416)
Install XP, Use some custom config like CCC.


LoL. I want XP back so bad, but dont have OP disk for it. hahaha...

What is CCC????

SH64 08-01-08 05:15 AM

Re: Performance concern?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jake_maveric_05 (Post 1728444)
LoL. I want XP back so bad, but dont have OP disk for it. hahaha...

What is CCC????

Catalyst Control Center :p



J/K .. its Crysis Custom Config , look here :
http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=117136


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