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MR.X`

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#1 16 years ago

for those of us whose computers suck at life, and cant run 1024x860 resolution, the tank sights suck. i played, lag and all, one round on hi-res, and i saw a definate difference in the quality of the sight. im not talking easy to read and things like that, but the size of the damn lines. it doesnt look like crosshairs anymore, more like a sharpie marker on glass. the reason this angers me is because i rarely can use the long-ranged 88mm/85/76.2mm cannon because these huge lines totally cover up the target, so i dont even know if im scoring hits anywhere near him. if there is some way to fix this, please do, it would be greatly apprieated.




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#2 16 years ago

I run 800x600x16, and they look fine to me. I have all my details set to high though. I set my textures to low when I had bad FPS, and the sights were horrible, as you describe. (I since found out my onboard sound was killing my FPS, and got a soundcard :) ) Try setting your textures to high, leaving your resolution where it is.




vesseli

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#3 16 years ago
SkipsterI run 800x600x16, and they look fine to me. I have all my details set to high though. I set my textures to low when I had bad FPS, and the sights were horrible, as you describe. (I since found out my onboard sound was killing my FPS, and got a soundcard :) ) Try setting your textures to high, leaving your resolution where it is.

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#4 16 years ago

I have a 1300Mhz, 512 Mb of RAM, a nVidia GeForce 4 MX and even when I had 256 Mb of RAM I had BF and FH running at 1024x860, everything at max and no problem :/




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#5 16 years ago
FederikerI have a 1300Mhz, 512 Mb of RAM, a nVidia GeForce 4 MX and even when I had 256 Mb of RAM I had BF and FH running at 1024x860, everything at max and no problem :/

man i have ur same PC and i ve 800x600, low quality sound low quality graphic..... LOW QUALITY ALL and the game still goes bad when there is a lot of tanks.... and when i try to shot since the KT in BERLIN OUTSKIRTS, if im at the end of the map I CANT HIT THE TANKS, the sights are huge for me :(




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#6 16 years ago

ok well, i dont have anything exceptional.

1.4ghz centrino 512ram 32mb mobility radeon 9200.

i have detail on med, and res. to 860x640x16. what do u suggest?




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#7 16 years ago
USMA2010ok well, i dont have anything exceptional. 1.4ghz centrino 512ram 32mb mobility radeon 9200. i have detail on med, and res. to 860x640x16. what do u suggest?

I have an Athlon 1700 (1467 Mhz) 512 RAM (old SDRAM) but a 128mb GeForce4 (Ti, not MX) that's probably your problem, you need a better vid card. Not necessarily a new one, but at least a 64mb. Shouldn't cost much, probably between 50-100 CDN$. I bought my card 1.5 yrs ago new for 120 CDN$ Although is a Centrino a laptop? I don't know if vid cards are different or more expensive than ones for desktops. Also, I think it's just textures (could be wrong though) that need to be set high. All else can be med.




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#8 16 years ago

centrinos are laptop processors. i got a laptop so i can be a truly lazy bastard. ill spend all night laying in my bed, drinking coke, eating popcorn, and owning with a thompson.




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#9 16 years ago

oh, vid cards are differnet for laptops. its a heat, battery life thing




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#10 16 years ago

Sorry for going slightly off-topic, but regarding audio affecting performance, does anyone have any experience with using the SoundStorm integrated audio chip for FH sounds? I mean, I'm about to get a motherboard that uses it, to get 5.1 audio for my games. Now, my brother has the same motherboard I'm about to buy, and his computer runs the game much better than mine, and he uses the SoundStorm, although without hardware acceleration. Even though he has a Radeon 9700 vs my 9800 Pro (though DDR400 instead of my DDR266), his comp runs FH better (I use SB128PCI). So is it safe to assume that the SoundStorm is good enough perfomance-wise for FH? An external soundcard with Dolby Digital etc would cost like hell, can't afford that.