and put console.showfps 0 to stop it :D (just in case...)
I go with 1024X768 on all my games. I just pulled my factory 32mb Geforce card and put in the GeForce FX 256mb card. What a difference, much improvement:rock:
Originally posted by Full'O'Lead I go with 1024X768 on all my games. I just pulled my factory 32mb Geforce card and put in the GeForce FX 256mb card. What a difference, much improvement:rock:
Same here, I just upgraded my whole rig, and got the ATI 9800 PRO, WOW what a great card. I hope this new rig will play Half Life 2 and Doom3:rock:
When I upgraded my vid board, I was on a budget so I got the Ti4200. The board that I replaced was a GeForce2 MX400. I was amazed at the difference.
i usally in first person shooter games pick 800-600:stallard: :dropsjar:
i run my battlefield at 1742 x 1420 or something like that, i'm not sure i just know that it is in the 1700 x 1400 range.
i play 800 600 16 bit. i dont knoww why noone is supposed to 16 bit i dont get that. Doesnt it increase performance or something casue it makes no difference in graphics for me or maybe i have to look hard? Anyone know?
16 bit will be faster cause the CPU and GPU does not have to render so many different shades of colors for the textures and therefore uses less memory. On my card, I can tell the difference between the two modes but hey you can set it to what you like. :)
Originally posted by _Sn@ke- me I'm in 800*600, if I go in 1024*768 (like I do for almost all my other games) it lags :(