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Old 11-13-02, 06:19 PM   #1
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Default NOLF2 textures, Ti4000+ users?

Or GF3 users too & maybe other Nvidia cards. Do detail textures show up on your card? The readme says detail textures are not working on Radeons and says it's an Ati driver/hardware problem. And I notice on my 8500 card some of the solid color walls are kind of blurry and even have blocky textures, like large pixellation. The wood grain on posts looks decent, but maybe that is sharper on the Ti4000 series.

Someday I'll get another pc for business reasons & games, and put a Ti4600 or NV30 in it. And keep a competing brand like the Ati in the older machine. But for now I just want to know if NOLF2 detail textures are working on any card. Maybe my 8500 is picking them up anyway, not sure. The rest of the game looks amazing, but those blocky textured walls are annoying.

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Old 11-14-02, 06:11 AM   #2
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mmmm ATI...gotta love em.
Well, I assume so, I never tried turning them off...you can usually trust the devs though, if they say it works, it'll work.

Unless your system config is hosed or something.
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Well the blocky textured walls are easy to find. Just go outside in the Chapter 5 Siberian compound at night and look at the light solid colored walls of the buildings. If they show pixellation instead of a nice concrete or plaster texture or any nice texture on your card, then I'm ok, it's normal.

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my ti4400 looks fine with medium or max detail, and to be hoesnt i cant tell the difference
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Well it definately isn't ugly on my 3ti200 either
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