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    Any news????

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    Default Need Help With Grapics Crad Fps

    hey man
    i brought a hole new computer and when i brouhgt it i asked the guy if the grapics crad was good and he said yea but for start i dont realy know about computer and stuff i just like playing them but i c u have the same grapics crad as me and i was wondering how do u get 70 75 fps i whish i could have that much how can that be when i have the same grapics crad as you and i only get 15 fps 29 fps is there something i have to do if there is may u plz tell me what i have to do cause i realy wana play css but i cant with 15 fps it just to hard plz post me the settings n stuff OT ANY ONE PLZ HELP ME I NEED BETTER FPS

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    I don't know. I put all my graphics on low, and the thing for trinllear/blinnear w/e to Blinnear.

    But even w/o editing those settings I still got like 30-40 FPS by default, not sure what's wrong w/ you?

    Processor? Ram? maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny View Post
    hey man
    i brought a hole new computer and when i brouhgt it i asked the guy if the grapics crad was good and he said yea but for start i dont realy know about computer and stuff i just like playing them but i c u have the same grapics crad as me and i was wondering how do u get 70 75 fps i whish i could have that much how can that be when i have the same grapics crad as you and i only get 15 fps 29 fps is there something i have to do if there is may u plz tell me what i have to do cause i realy wana play css but i cant with 15 fps it just to hard plz post me the settings n stuff OT ANY ONE PLZ HELP ME I NEED BETTER FPS
    you might be able to squeeze out some more perofrmance but the fact is the guy who sold this too you lied, the 7300 is the lowest in Nvidia's lineup

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    is it a GS or GT? cause i got kinda decent FPS in BF2 with most of the setting at medium W/ a GS but i dont know how BF2 compares to CS:source
    What?

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    hmm im having a few problems with source frame rates, just put a 7900gt in, and the fps are around 30 - 40 and drop lower than that in gunfire :| pretty poor considering i got this with a 6600gt as well :\ would u have any idea as to why this is happening. Nice thread btw (Y) i believe i might try those tweaks out as this is becomming pretty damn frustrating

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    :confused: you seriously shouldnt be getting those sorts of frame rates on a 7900 GT. can you give the follwing info:

    CPU and speed:
    memory and speed (check CPU-Z if you don't know and post a pic:
    resolution:
    In-game settings: (aa, af, setting all on high, etc)

    Also what 7900 GT you have.

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    so i dont hijack the thread heh, i posted the settings in the other one i made

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    Post Problem with using dxlevel launch command

    For those who are having trouble with the dxlevel command the problem is simple.
    These people are using: "-dxlevel 9" or "-dxlevel 9.0"
    You need to use "-dxlevel 90"
    if you dont put the zero after the nine without a dot cs source picks it up as u using directx 0.9 wich doesnt exist of course lol.

    You should use the dxlevel that your card supports like "Ge-Force 5" cards dont support "dx 9.0" so u should use "dx 8.0" or "8.1"

    I have a Ge-Force 6600GT that supports "Dx 9.0" so i get better graphics using 9.0 rather than 8.1 without any lose to fps.

    Its also recommended nether to use "-dxlevel 70" as it makes the game very ugly and any card that can only support upto that dxlevel is too old to play cs source with anyway.

    Hope this helps with some people and HELLO to u all as thius is my first post.

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    welcome recko, hope that helps those having the DX problems

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    Ok, I'm gonna probably get a "zomg your laptop sux0rz" response out of this but...
    I've been trying to run CS:S on my Vaio VGN-FE550G. The laptop isn't even a year old now (got it in march 06), core duo, integrated intel gma 945/950 video card, gig of ram.

    I can manage 56fps with or without tweak, but I'm running -soft and -dxlevel 70 because I get absolutely no display at -8x or -90.
    I changed to -gl and got a 1fps boost (woot), but that's only in the video stress test.

    When playing a real game, ESPECIALLY with large numbers of bots (offline, heh), I only get ~5fps. I have every detail on the lowest setting, running at 640x480.

    Any advice, or get a new card for my desktop and get internet at home?
    Sony is stupid and soldered the videocard into the pci express port v_v.

    *edit* just turned down more details and I LOST fps. O_o
    it seems it drops every time I run the data stress test.
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    your kidding, sony has purposely made it so you cannot upgrade the video card? I guess there is nothing you can do to improve things on the laptop because so you're going to have to sort out the desktop if you want decent performance.

    One thing i didn't understand though, you said it was Intel integrated graphics but then said sony has soldered the video card into the pci-e slot. Intel's IGP's are a chip on the motherboard so whats going on there?

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    Well, before buying, I researched and the mobo in it (I forget offhand) has a pci express slot. When I emailed sony after purchasing it, they said "the integrated card was permanantly affixed into the slot" (soldered) as to "ensure hardware compatability" :\.

    I hate sony more and more each day.

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    i'm not convinced, it potentially sounds like a lie.

    here's a link to what a believe to be your chipset and here's a supporting pdf file, though not from intel. The reason i think sony are lying is because the integrated graphics is not a card, its a chip that is soldered onto the motherboard just like an integrated audio chip or network chip, therefore how they soldered a chip to a pci-e slot is beyond me.

    I'm not 100% saying this is a lie but i'm definitely saying that you should email Intel and ask if the 945GM chipset has a free PCI-e slot regardless of the Integrated 950 video because sony said...etc etc.

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    Ah, I'll have to do that, because the integrated chip sucks :P

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    it does indeed, and its a shame as apart from that caveat your laptop has a lot of power, though you might also want to think about looking to see what overclocking options you have in the bios... that is unless Sony has soldered the delete key to the pci-e slot too

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