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Old 01-17-05, 09:58 PM   #131
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Default Re: Everquest 2. I think I may have a partial solution to stuttering.

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Originally Posted by Ronin
I can tell you that with 7 (yes, 7) 6800's of varying degrees (GTs, Ultras, and a solitary UEE) on different boards (Intel and AMD based, nF3 and VIA based) with varying other things, I've, thankfully, not see a hitch, or performance problem. I guess I'm one of those lucky 10% (since someone laffably said that 90% of the user base is having the problem that have these cards).

I've spent an exhaustive amount of time on my own trying to reproduce the issue, and try as I might, I simply haven't been able to. I'm always up for a challenge, but I have to say, this has been one of the more difficult ones for me.


Alot of people are just mad that EQ 2 isnt offering double the performance on high end cards, In some cases. Higher shader use your either GPU limited or CPU limited. Problem is this game is both. So no matter what you do its hard to get "Sweepingly" good performance. One of the best tweaks for me has been animation weighting quality which reduces CPU load alot.
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