Re: *** Official Retail Crysis Review Thread ***
I find motionblur manualy set to 1 gives a fps boost but helps smooth our graphics some. I found SOME motion blur was needed for a few redraw issues caused by something blocking the camera for a split second, and then when it was gone, the engine was caught with its pants down not rendering anything behind it the next frame. Still that means my avgs fps is 20-22 instead of 17. ^^
I'm wondering if droping it to 1280x720 and applying AA would be better. I couldn't turn off AA in CoD4, so instead I dropped the res, and strangly even on my lcd monitor, the game looked great and the performance jumped.
Mobo: EVGA 122-ck-nf68 680i sli, CPU: C2D Quad 6600, Video: EVGA GTX 460 1gb SC, Sound: X-fi gaming, Windows 7, Antec P180b,Thermalright Ultra-120 HSF, Antec TruPower TP3-650, 4 Gigs RAM