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Crysis config file for higher fps in "High"

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  1. steiner666

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    I have found other config files for Crysis that people have created and published that allow for higher than very high settings and such. During my time with Crysis, even playing with all settings set to "High" on 1280x768 w/ 2x AA I get times when my framerate drops to somewhere around 25 fps. I can't stand framerates lower than 30. I was wondering if anyone has a configuration thats optimized for systems similar to mine so that I can get the best visuals possible w/o dropping into the 20's?

    btw I'm running x64 dx10.
     
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    25fps as a low is actually incredibly good for crysis.

    Most people aim for an average of 30, no lower than 20fps (but only momentarily, not sustained.)

    i think you should be really pleased with you already have. Crysis is not a game that on Current HW, you will get 60fps without turning off eye candy
     
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    con_restricted=0

    r_VSync=0
    d3d9_TripleBuffering=0
    r_UsePOM=0
    d3d9_TextureFilter=trilinear
    r_UseEdgeAA=2


    e_particles_lod=0.7
    e_particles_thread=1
    es_OnDemandPhysics=1
    r_TexturesStreaming=0
    r_MultiGPU=0
    sys_physics_CPU=1
    i_mouse_accel=0
    ai_UseAlternativeReadability=0
    ai_AllowAccuracyDecrease=1
    e_view_dist_ratio=80
    r_DepthOfField=1
    r_MotionBlur=1
    r_GeomInstancing=0
    r_UseSoftParticles=1
    e_water_ocean_fft=1
    e_cbuffer=0
    e_gsm_cache=1


    r_ssao_quality=1
    r_ssao_amount=0.7
    r_SSAO_darkening=1.3
    r_ShadowJittering=1.5
    e_shadows_max_texture_size=768
    e_shadows_from_terrain_in_all_lods=0
    r_ShadowBlur=3.0
    e_max_entity_lights=20
    r_HDRlevel=1
    r_HDRRendering=1
    r_HDRlevel=0.7
    r_HDRBrightOffset=8f
    r_HDRBrightThreshold=4.5f
    r_EyeAdaptionClamp=2.5
    r_EyeAdaptationBase=0.15
    r_sunshafts=1
    r_BeamsMaxSlices=250
    r_ColorGrading=1
    r_ColorGradingDOF=0
    r_Glow=1
    r_GlowScreenMultiplier=0.2


    e_terrain_lod_ratio=0.6
    r_TerrainAO_FadeDist=1
    e_terrain_occlusion_culling_max_dist=1000

    e_cull_veg_activation=70
    e_proc_vegetation=1
    e_vegetation_static_instancing=1
    e_vegetation_min_size=1.5
    e_view_dist_ratio_vegetation=48
    e_vegetation_sprites_distance_ratio=1
    e_detail_materials_view_dist_xy=4096
    e_detail_materials_view_dist_z=256
    es_MaxPhysDist=300
    es_MaxPhysDistInvisible=35

    r_DetailDistance=12
    e_gsm_lods_num=4
    e_lods=1
    e_lod_ratio=7



    And if you want even more frames, add the line

    SSAO=0
     

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