08'aIgnorance is not an excuse
28th November 2003
Voted #3, but im sitting on an ancient MX440 so it's not so strange...
Voted 1, runs ~70 fps at max settings.
I have P4 2.53 , 1gig ram, R9800XT, SB 2zs (all components except soundcard is though overclocked 15-25% ;) )
#2 Is playable on high grafics, but I play on low since I get a high and stable FPS so I play better. I guess its mostly a sound issue on my PC like in BF42 (and the problem is still there). Got Sound Blaster Live 5.1 and if I have Sound on high settings (both BF42 and BF:V I get lag) I got: Pentium 4 2GHz 512 DDR 3200 (dual) ATI Radeon 9600XT 256MB Sound Blaster Live 5.1 120GB HD
#2 , I just get stutters, quite annoying...
'LIGHTNING [NL']AMD XP 3000+ 1024MB RAM GF FX5600 256
runs at 30fps at: 800*600*32 at 60Hz Settings high high medium, sound all low. Get about 20 fps in city maps, and even less when inside buildings.
So I think I'll vote for the 3rd one.
Yeah, almost the same as mine, except Ive got a 2600+, I usualy get around 25- 45 fps, 25 being the city maps with 32 players. The sound buffer and PB setting tricks work well. I think the bad fps comes from the 5600, im beginning to feel I was ripped off a few months back getting that thing.
PB settings? What is involved with that?
It alters how many times PB scans within a certain period of time.
Just nabbed myself a 9800 Pro 128mb and an Audigy 2, now I get around 60 - 150 fps in BF:V with settings all on max.
so here it is now:
2.1Ghz 2600+ 1 Gig ram 120Gb HD Nforce 2 Radeon 9800 Pro 128mb Audigy 2 quiet as a mouse, £213 well spen in my opinion, now games are sooo much more enjoyable.
Runs, greater, better then FH (but not Vanilla BF42) 50 seconds of loading time while 2:30 min on FH and 20 sec on vanilla BF and my sistem isn' t that good...
1300Mhz 512Mb of RAM nVidia4MX (can' t play SCPT, damn)
I use all setting at max and 1024x768x16 but I don' t have shadows...