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Crysis and my new 9800GTX

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by GJSNeptune, May 5, 2008.

  1. GJSNeptune

    GJSNeptune New Member

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    No, this is still in XP. I haven't bothered with Vista yet since getting the card.
     
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    I would say, if you bring up around 30 or more FPS in the GPU test, your just fine....and it is normal for it to be jerky in spots. But, if you get like low 20's or less.....something is-a-foot.
     
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    thats has very littler to do with his cpu. he has plenty of cpu power.
     
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    What is 'jerky' is very subjective. My game gets jerky too on high settings 1680x1050 on rig in system specs when there is a lot of firing going around.

    It's more noticeable if you count fps.

    Sometimes it's better if you don't count fps at all though... I never realised Oblivion could was jerky before I started using fps counter... :ohwell: It made me see the fps dips. :(
     
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    True, but...not plenty. My 3GHz Athlon, was jerky aswell. My C2D, is not jerky nearly as much, it is much smoother, even at lower clock speeds.
     
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    no problem crisis allways take the low sitting don't use the max power of card change it to very high and play will i have just like your pc but with gigabyte 8800 gt am play on very high







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    He games at 1024x768+, not 640x480;)
     
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    But I want to game at 1280x1024. Maybe I'll OC to 3.2GHz and see how it fares.
     
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    try intel cpu, amd is only good for going to nude sites
     
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    Too bad you decided to hit the Submit button when you were registering.
     
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    Try using CCC config files
     
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    I want to clarify something for those who wrote something like this - It's true that for know Intel has the most powerful processors but that's no reason for Intel fanboys to make fun and put AMD processors to blame for all the problems.For example on my X2 4000+ OC at 3GHz,2GB DDR2 & 9600GT it runs very well on 1280x1024 with Shader,Object,Texture on High and rest on medium and still the graphics looks very good due to the fact that te most important settings are set on high;so I say that even at stock speed,the 5000+ blacky should run fine on high with 9800 .Have you tried to clean your system(if the OS is old),defragment or something?
     
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    I keep it very clean, and it's a fresh install as of a couple months ago. I'll see how good of settings I can get with 1280x1024 sometime.
     
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    Haha, I'm not an Intel fanboy....I'm an AMD fanboy, I really didn't want to go to Intel, but there just much more powerful. AMD just aren't as smooth and quick as a C2D, its a known fact.

    About his issues, if the gameplay at all high is smooth, but gets choppy during say, start of a new area, or in alot of action....that is normal. Most computers experience the same thing, Crysis is a hog.

    Could you please post a screenshot of the games in-game benchmark?
     
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    Try with OC too, to see if it's make a difference but you have some problems there.I don't want to make you to think that it should run very very well or perfect cause in a little proportion the CPU is limiting the entire PC but it shouldn't have so big impact on the performance as you said;so goodluck
     
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    I installed the Crysis Benchmark tool, but haven't gotten around to using it yet.
     
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    How many FPS it scores on 1280 all high?Mein (X2 4000+ @ 3GHZ & 9600GT OC) scored 33,5 with 1280 all high but how I've said I lowered a bit to run more smooth.
     
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    Have you played it at 1280x1024 yet?
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    I reckon its the drivers since I installed 174 I had pretty crappy performance on CoH and now come to think of it CivIV but haven't tested crysis yet.
     
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    Thats hilarious trolling. :laugh:

    My 9600gt SLI does fine at High settings in 1600x1200 in Crysis.... so why is the 9800gtx having trouble? :confused:
     
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    Couldn't agree with you more here. Why people register to make dumb ass comments like that is beyond me.
     
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    I had an issue like this before with an ati card stuttering low FPS......, all it was in the end was to update my MB drivers NB,SB and i had perfect frame rates no stuttering ...etc but i see ur mobo is fairly new, just throwing my 2p into the pot.

    Cheers
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    there has to be a driver issue or something i ran 1024x768 all med/high on a 3000+ 1GB of DDR400 and a 7800GS OC :roll: got about 17FPS constant
     

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