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Old 12-29-2006, 10:58 AM   #11
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Default Re: Got a 7600gs for Christmas :) :) :)

also i got my graphics on bf2 up to this very easily with 100% clear framerate (around 40 but it stayed in a 16 player game witha lot of action...even whent he game kinda goes slowmo ish when something blows up next to you..i saw it all happen perfectly )

medium..everything except low lighting (hard to run)...low dynamic shadows and dynamic lighting...
also i got it to run aa on 2x very easily..makes the game look much better

still cant play fear very high though..probably because ofmy agp4x mobo right?

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Old 12-29-2006, 11:14 AM   #12
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Default Re: Got a 7600gs for Christmas :) :) :)

Yeah, that'll most likely be the video card. FEAR is very shader heavy, but also, very CPU heavy...

I find it runs jerky sometimes on my 3500+ AMD 64 and 6800GS video card at high settings.

I run it at 1280x1024 with 2x Antialising (The jaggies on that game do not look very nice),
and Smooth Shadows off.

Everything else on High.

I get around 60 at the highest, which can drop to 25-15 on really intensive parts, and an average of around 35.

My graphics card overheats though, even with the fan on full. Something must be wrong with it, so it tends to slow down alot while the GPU cools down every 15 minutes or so.

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