Yo, when I play games, any games on my computer like If im in-game walking striaght everything is fine. But when I turn around in games like BF1942, things sort of like chop up but then go back to normal when I stop moving, however its annoying and I dont think its supposed to do that. Also on my graphics card I have anti-aliasing and anistrophic filtering all the way up. Could this be the problem? Also if I have them turned all the way up is that taking the card too extreme? thanks.
my system specs: 2.8 ghz p4 512 ram radeon 9800 pro 128 mb
Nah, you have THE top of the line card anyways (or is there a 256? Meh...) Maybe it's a problem with system resources. have you tried turning off all unnecessary programs and services? Do you have the latest drivers?
It could be your graphics card but i have Windows ME and that is ok.
However the only problem i have is the exact same probelem as you.
The answer is my sound card is not good enough. You need a better sound card i think.
I might cost you somthing but it's worth it for games.
No, he doesn't. He's not complaining about choppy sound, it's his video. It doesn't matter, he was a "One time" poster anyways....
Hmm... well I had this one problem in HALO(PC) when I moved there would be like white scratches, and than I found out it was a WMP(Windows Media Player) interruption for some reason, I don't remember fully, play so many games and fix so many errors... So many viruses, too little time... :micro:
You have bascially the same type of card I have and once in a while I experiance that also, but it's rare. Try setting the card for performance instaead of quality and see what difference that make. If it does help, turn AA/AF down a little, 4x mabey. Really I dont think its that though we both have pretty good cards. I'm also assuming your talking about playing off-line. On-line it could be a few things, but off-line it should run pretty smooth. Something I forgot to mention is I know they improved the pre-cacheing in 1.5 update to help this type of problem, so if you don't have it, get it.
Ugh...and when there is no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth....
Your AA and AF might be up too high. I believe that this problem is known as "screen chopping" and can be fixed by enabling Vertical Sync in the video options. Be warned that this will make your FPS go down because it syncronizes it with the monitor refresh rate but the results can be worth it.
Hope this helps!
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6th April 2000
maxing out your FSAA is causing that. Disable it or reduce it to 2x and your problem will be solved.
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