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Old 02-14-05, 10:55 AM   #13
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Hmm...I have all of the graphics completely maxed out in both the driver and HL2 itself, and I run the game in 1280x1024 for my LCD. The framerate is still never a problem.
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Old 02-14-05, 11:59 AM   #14
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Hmm finally saw an issue. Using HP I got some Artifacts in EQ2, very weird.
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I can sometimes tell the difference, sometimes I accidently leave it on High performance, and I can usually tell by the mip transitions on the floor, it looks very rough
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Old 02-14-05, 06:25 PM   #16
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Added some Doom3 shots as well
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I can sometimes tell the difference, sometimes I accidently leave it on High performance, and I can usually tell by the mip transitions on the floor, it looks very rough
Yeah, i can see what you mean

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High Performance will cause mip map transistions..
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Yup, and i cannot stand those....
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Yup, and i cannot stand those....

Perhaps it's time to pop out the old..

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You notice the opts more when moving
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Yup.. and I hate it. Some games it not so bothersome. Others its horrible.
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Far Cry it's most noticebale indoors!
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I had a bit of a run-around in Doom3 with the High Performance setting and the only place i noticed the transitions was on the grated floor(pics in previous post)....tiled floor,walls etc looked ok, but i think i'll stick to Quality or High Quality for now
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