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Old 12-12-2007, 05:40 PM   #21
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Default Re: Hardware for Xmas, and some questions about Crysis.

Yeah, I'm just running High settings now, with a few DX 10 emulations to simulate the bare minimum of things needed to make it look like DX 10 in XP.
Running at 1280x960 with 2xAA and getting around 18-25FPS, yay

'Very High' On The Cheap

There's another thing you can try if you find Very High mode is just a bit too strenuous for your system. You can try the "cheap" version of Very High, which basically only implements the more obvious visual enhancements of Very High. To do this, instead of editing your .cfg files as covered above, all you need to do is set your in-game settings all to High as normal, then add the following commands to your System.cfg file (or just test them in the console first): r_UsePOM=1, r_sunshafts=1, e_water_ocean_fft=1, q_Renderer=3 and r_colorgrading=1. This will make High look extremely similar to Very High in most respects, but with quite a bit less of a performance hit. In a pinch, if you still need extra FPS, try disabling one of the effects, though keep in mind that q_Renderer=3 is necessary for color grading to work. You can also turn off Edge AA (r_UseEdgeAA=0) to make things look crisper and boost performance further. "

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