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Old 09-20-04, 10:21 PM   #13
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Default Re: Anyone getting massive fps loss in DOOM3?

Could be a system specific thing as I don't get any slowdowns when there's smoke around with my 6800GT.
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Old 09-20-04, 10:27 PM   #14
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Default Re: Anyone getting massive fps loss in DOOM3?

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Is your father's name YODA? Anyway, there is an interesting thread over on the 6800 Series forum which mentions something about IDE Block mode. Apparently, some are experiencing stuttering when this option is turned on in their mobo's BIOS. Interesting...

By they way, most claim Fast Writes is not to blame for poor performance in games like DOOM3. Oh well...
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