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imtim83 10-03-02 02:03 AM

What resolution do you all run Unreal2003 retail version at with all details on max.?
 
What resolution do you all run Unreal 2003 full retail version at with all details on the highest settings? I mean everything on high.

Also what resolution do you play the map Inferno in ???

Thanks

volt 10-03-02 07:09 AM

Haven't played inferno yet, though I run the game at 1280x1024 high details no AA :) (Getting around 50 fps in most maps)

nin_fragile14 10-03-02 07:42 AM

I play at 1600x1200 with 16x anisotropic. Runs, in a high player server, about 45 fps on average, which looks great. I would love to get 60 fps constant, but it's such a CPU limited game, that that won't happen for a little while.

imtim83 10-03-02 08:26 AM

I run at 1600x1200 with all details on maximum even in the huge outdoor maps on my Leadtek GF4 ti 4400!! The new nvidia 40.71 beta drivers seem to help my performence a lot in unreal 2003 being a lot smoother and better feeling. But its very smooth even at 1600x1200 with a good 40 to 50 fps +

Gator 10-03-02 08:40 AM

OpenGL 1024x768, everything enabled and set to high...

Only exception is I have Physics=normal, but that's more CPU dependent than video card, and Techspot.com recommend for a 1.5ghz that I keep it at normal. ;)

I get between 60 to 110fps depending on what map and the action going on in the game.

:)

Needa916 10-03-02 01:36 PM

Guys without the sigs, please post their specs!

:)

SnakeEyes 10-03-02 02:13 PM

D3D, 1024x768x32, all details set to high, physics normal. I get 60 fps most places (or higher, but I've enabled vsync and triple buffering, so I don't see where the game normally would be higher. Mainly using these settings because of noticable tearing.)

AthlonXP 2100+ (relocked) running at 1826MHz (13x140), Gainward GF4Ti4600 (not overclocked), 40.71 Dets

skipparoo 10-03-02 10:46 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Gator
OpenGL 1024x768, everything enabled and set to high...

Only exception is I have Physics=normal, but that's more CPU dependent than video card, and Techspot.com recommend for a 1.5ghz that I keep it at normal. ;)

I get between 60 to 110fps depending on what map and the action going on in the game.

:)

Well, I run the game at 1024x768, all details maxed out, with no image quality tricks applied. Personally I don't see it necessary to have filtering or anti-aliasing methods enabled for a game such as this (Unreal 2 will be different though, singleplayer :P). In multiplayer, this can hurt your gameplay considerably if frames start to drop in heated battles. Also because of the fast action, image enhancements generally go unnoticed. I do like to have all details within a game maxed though, if possible, and in this case, it is.

I have a Athlon XP clocked at 1.6GHz and a GeForce4 Ti 4600, and setting the physics detail to highest doesn't seem to have much of an impact on my performance. More importantly, I enjoy the physics immensly, so I like to have that setting on highest foremost. A good setting to disable though is detail textures, since you only witness those at close distances, and in levels like Inferno, this can make a difference. But I will say, more system memory does seem to be very beneficial in this game. It seems like a lot of the times I play, I have 0 ping, which is not normal for me having just a simple cable connection.

I recently installed another stick of DDR RAM (before I had the game however), making a total of 768MB, and there is no texture swapping at all like some people have reported with less RAM, and I think the low ping is contributed to this upgrade too. Definitely something some of you might want to put on the Christmas list :P

Also, the new 40.72 drivers do boost performance quite nicely. Smoother gameplay in UT2003, and no doubt, bug fixes overall.

-Skippy

saturnotaku 10-04-02 10:15 AM

OpenGL, 1152x864x32, Quincux FSAA, all details maxed, physics set to normal. Getting around 45-60 fps depending on the map. I could play at 1600x1200 or 1280x1024 with no FSAA but I choose not to. System specs are in the link in my sig.

This was with the 40.71 dets, btw. I've not had a chance to try the game with the newly released 40.72's.

volt 10-04-02 10:17 AM

omg, that game is soooo adictive....I played 5 hours yesterday! :)


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