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Post your rig, settings & what FPS you get

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amd 64 3200

1024 ram

9800 pro(128)

low settings and i get 20 to 35 fps. a little too slow for me when i aim. i want an idea of what card to buy. im thinking of the 7600gs agp cause my psu wont handle much more(i think). i only have 13 amps but its a 400 watt psu. maybe i can run a 7600gt? and what fps should i expect on medium settings? i expect to build a whole new machine when dual core and dx10 cards are dirt cheap.

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AMD dual core are hella cheap in price now. As for the DX10 cards, the prices are gradually falling.

Not sure what FPS you would get with a 7600GT, but my old 7900GT was struggling in GRAW 1 multi player. I've upgraded to an 8800GTX since then.

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Cajun47, same CPU, same RAM, but an ATI X1950Pro 512. I only get 15fps, but that's all settings at maximum, and it's consistent enough that gameplay on a heavy server is smooth.

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E6420, 2GB RAM, X1950XT 256MB, all settings on high ... averaging 45FPS online. At least that's what I was averaging until the narrow FOV made me nauseous and I decided to uninstall.

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AMD Athlon 64 3200+

2GB DDR 400 Ram (2x 1GB)

256MB 7800GTX

HT Omega Claro sound card

Settings:

Medium texture, medium effects, low shadows, no AA, low post effects, 8x AF, 1680x1050

Av FPS: 40-50

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Athlon X2 4800+ (S939), 2GB RAM, 2x7900GTX in SLI, all settings on high/1680x1050 with a low of 47, high of 132, and an average of 60-62.

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My specs are below, but I havent checked my FPS actually. I really dont care at what it is, as long as its not "skipping" (usually above 30FPS) but all is maxed out.

Edited by Evilducky

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i installed the newest ati drivers like the demo said i should have in the first place. much better, well its smoother and i can aim quickly. i didn't have fraps on. im satisfied on low and smooth with my 9800 pro. im still gonna get the 7600 gs. i should be able to up a few settings?

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AMD64 3700+ 1MB L2 Cache

2GB DDR400 ram

ATI x1800GTO 256MB DDR3

as for FPS, no idea but buttery smoothe.

Edited by Papa6

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AMD Athlon64 3500+ @ 2400MHz (original=2200MHz)

2GB RAM (PC3200)

Radeon X1900GT Rev.2

1024x768

All settings the highest I can possibly get.

Game runs just around the 50fps-marker just about the whole time

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nvidia 7600 amd dual core 2 GB RAM tweaked settings to be higher than game allows. i have no idea FPS but it runs beatifully

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NVIDIA 6800GS PCI-E

1.5 GB DDR2 (2x 512, 2x 256)

Intel Duo 3.0

I get 30FPS or more. It hardly drops below that. Great performance. I didn't expect it to run this smooth. When I tried GRAW 1 I would get like 40 FPS but it would stutter a lot. This demo has not stuttered once.

EDIT: Oh, my settings are however the game picked them for me.

Edited by Lethal.Ambition

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dual amd x2

2.5 gigs ram

7600GT 512 vid card

all settings maxed I get 40 - 55 fps

Edited by RuTHlezz1

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AMD64 FX 60 Dual core

2 gigs corsair XMS ram

Nvidia 7900 GT OC

X-fi Music Extreme sound card

FPS range from 60 - 70

When I edit the .xml file to get all my settings to their highest, it drops to 20 ish lol

So I do not have any complaints, it runs smooth.

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AMD Opty 170 @2.250

2 gigs G-Skill

NV 8800 GTX

SB Audigy

24" Samsung SM

Playing at 16:10 1920x1200 with everything on high

50-60 average. Not too shabby at those resolutions. Runs very smooth.

P.S. If you want any credibility to this thread then you must post your resolutions.

Edited by GHOST_Sup

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Intel Core2Duo 6600

2GB DDR2

XFX 8800GTX

Runing at 1920x1440 with everything maxed out. I get 45-80fps with average framerate around 60-65. When i'm very close to the BIG ADAT's explosions though my fps goes around to 30

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Athlon XP3000

1 gig PC2700

BFG 7600GS 512mb

XP Pro SP2

19" WS running at 1440 x 900

All settings are on low and I get between 12 - 16 on average when there's heavy action, 15 - 20 when it calms down a bit. Basically unplayable but I am making a major rig upgrade in the next month so I'm not to fussed about this at the moment.

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How are the FPS?

Does it feel more optimised? Smoother on lower end systems?

[Merged into existing thread]

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Very much so. Dual core is supported now, and my FPS went up (but it could be the dual core support). It feels smoother even at the same FPS though.

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Opteron dual-core 939 @ 2.5GHz

2GB DDR500

7950GX2 -- Cores@550MHz & Mem@1.5GHz

XP-Pro 64-Bit

X-Fi

Resolution -- 1680x1050

I spend most of my time drifting between 50 and 55 f/s. It will sometimes dip as low as 45 and sometimes climb as high as 65.

I haven't done any tweaking yet, so I don't know how much better I can do, but I expected to do a little better than this.

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AMD 939/3500+

2 GB Dual Channel RAM

ATI X1950Pro 256bit/512MB RAM AGP video

XP Pro OS

Intergrated Sound on a Soltek MB

Res: 1280x1024

FRAPS: Range from 25 to 37 with everything at Max.

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