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#1 15 years ago

Hey guys, I have one question for you, witch configuration of PC is good for FH. My system includs 2400XP+, 512ddr(266), r9800pro(256mb) I thought that will be enough for playing in the highest details, but isnt. Some times I have lags and my disk is still busy. What shell I do? I havent money for buy memory atc. :uhm:




meanmug

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#2 15 years ago

make sure you have the minimal amount of processes running before playing. Google for windows performance tweaks. Upgrade to latest drivers for your video card. Turn down the ingame sound detail (ie. 22kh, 32 channels).




sidtherat

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#3 15 years ago

you may try raising your fsb up to 333mhz [if your cpu' multiplier is unlocked and if you know a bit about overclocking] or even to 400mhz [i have lousy 2000+ clocked at 220[440]*10 and it runs great, but it all depends on cpu and other components quality

unfortunatelly this does nothing with swapping - no matter how fast memory is it is still to small - buy another 256 and swapping is gone, it is the ONLY solution to cut swapping [i assume you have all residental programs disabled while running FH - if not, disable them]

next - fh should run very well on this specs, even swapping shouldnt be a problem - perhaps its time for another windows install.. because 9800 is more than capable of running fh @full, even with some AA and Anizo spice




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#4 15 years ago

Check your sound settings if you have an on-board soundcard. Otherwise buy another 512 ram.




[CoUk]niu

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#5 15 years ago
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#6 15 years ago

Ram, Ram and more Ram, you can never have too much Ram for Forgotten Hope. But seing as though you dont want to spend cash, the only thing I can think of is to change your sound settings to 22mhz - this helps a lot and the sound quality isnt any worse than at 44mhz.

Alternatively, make sure you have any and all background programs off whilst playing. I have almost the same system to you and I dont have any problems if my firewall and antivirus checks are off.

Ooh, and just google a few windows xp tweaks, it's a bitch when it comes to gmes.




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#7 15 years ago

yes my system is XP btw. I tryed switch the sound settings to 22mhz and its better. Maybe I will try remove some sux things from system. thanks to all




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#8 15 years ago

:wave:




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#9 15 years ago

FH is laggy as shit dude, Its not going to change so just upgrade again :eek: I have to upgrade again,




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#10 15 years ago
Grease_MonkeyI dont have any problems if my firewall and antivirus checks are off.

dont tell me that you turn of your firewall when your playing online ....




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