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Is this Frame Rate Good on BF2

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by suraswami, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. suraswami

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    I recently upgraded to X1950 pro AGP 256MB Video Card. With Everything Max and with Anti-Aliasing at 6X on BF2 I get min of 75 frames and max of 95 frames in most of the maps.

    I used ATI Tray Tool to measure the frames.

    Is this a good frame rate?

    Should I expect the same kind of frame rates in BF2142.

    See my profile for system specs.

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    that sounds about right but you can forget those fps in bf2142, you will get about 1/2-3/4 of bf2 fps ;)
     
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    hrrgghhh
     
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    Is this a show-off thread? :/
     
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    Ya with a 1950 I am showing off to all Monster Giants here who SLI and Crossfire with latest VCs. I am just asking if that is what I should expect.
     
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    looks like the guy is looking for help
     
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    those are real good at those settings bro you're fine :)
    you can always try a little overclocking on it if you aren't satisfied
     
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    I think you can easily judge whether it's a good frame rate by the way your game is performing...You don't need us to tell you if your fps is good or bad. :toast:
     
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    good point ravenas lol
    I get 45-85 fps on my MBP with fairly high settings and it runs pretty smooth
     
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    Everything is smooth (tho sometimes its choppy when the soldier is walking, may be because he is wounded he he).

    I will try on BF2142 and see if its the same.

    This is my last upgrade on the AGP side.
     
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    Cool. I'd probably get 200fps then. :p


    If your monitors refresh rate is at 60Hz, you won't see more than 60fps regardless of what your video card is pushing out.
     

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