Tracers from Hurricane cause lag? -1 reply

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lukav

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#21 14 years ago

actually i think its more the bullet casings and not the tracers that are causing the lag, if they just took out the casings it would help alittle since they add up




Mazz

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#22 14 years ago

I believe BOW is right. When I moved I was stuck with awireless router that was killing my connection and showing the true problems with my computer. With this new router I would get very low FPS and lag enough to not allow a tank turret to move even slightly. I was working on getting a ne connection when I decided to get a new sound card. I picked up an Audigy 2 ZG Gamer for around 100 bucks and as soon as it was in and configured my game FPS shot up to 70 and 99/100s of the lag disappeared. I never got the new connection completed due to house problems but I still can run FH with all settings maxed. In .65 I turned the sound settings down a bit to smooth out its gameplay but thats the same with most others. I'd say pick up a new good Audigy and go from there if you dont already have one. My specs: P4 2.4G Asus P4S533 (next thing to be upgraded) 1536 mb PC2100 RAM (soon to be 1 gig of 2700 since its one stick of 2100 slowing others down) Radeon 9800 Pro Audigy 2 ZS Gamer LE. Maxtor 80GB hard drive at 7200 RPM (want to get a Western Digital Raptor at 10000 but hear they are loud)




S1l3ntSt4lk3r

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#23 14 years ago

10000rpm drives load up heavy games like nothing