Best Setup for.......

Discussion in 'Problems with Games' started by c0rderr0y, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. c0rderr0y

    c0rderr0y New Member

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    i just bought a Siluro GF4 ti4600 and i am using petes plugins 1.64 my computer is a PIII800 with 384 megs of ram what is the best setup for my video card?
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  3. 3x3cUt0r

    3x3cUt0r <font color="#e41b17"><b>EX-Administrator</b></fon Contributors

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    that one is a very nice video card...

    Plugin: Pete's OpenGL Driver 1.1.64
    Author: Pete Bernert
    Card vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
    GFX card: GeForce2 GTS/AGP/3DNOW!

    Resolution/Color:
    - 1024x768 Fullscreen - Desktop changing [32 Bit]
    - Keep psx aspect ratio: on

    Textures:
    - R8G8A8A8
    - Filtering: 2
    - Hi-Res textures: on
    - Palettized tex windows: on
    - Garbage collection: on
    - VRam size: 64 MBytes

    Framerate:
    - FPS limitation: on
    - Frame skipping: off
    - FPS limit: Auto

    Compatibility:
    - Offscreen drawing: 2
    - Framebuffer texture: 2
    - Framebuffer access: 3
    - Alpha multipass: on
    - Mask bit: on
    - Advanced blending: on

    Misc:
    - Scanlines: on [200]
    - Line mode: off
    - Unfiltered FB: off
    - Dithering: off
    - Screen smoothing: off
    - Game fixes: off [00000000]

    most game work very well with this settings... some others need some smalls changes...you can do that by yourself ;)
  4. Ultragunner

    Ultragunner Trans-Am Mode

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    use pete's plugins preferrably the opengl plugin. just click on the nice settings and you are set. you could tweak it to your liking too. :)

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