|11-13-07, 12:49 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Help with very high settings in XP...
I would like to be able to enable 'Very High' for Volumetric Effects And Post Processing and leave the rest on normal 'High'.
I have seen the blanket 'Very High' config changes but I was wondering how to just enable Very High on only those 2 options.
Thanks in advance
Core 2 E6700
2 Gig Ram
2 x Leadtek 8800GTX SLI
|11-13-07, 12:53 AM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2005
Re: Help with very high settings in XP...
I'm not 100% sure but try to put these lines into your autoexec.cfg:
sys_spec_PostProcessing = 3
sys_spec_VolumetricEffects = 3
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