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Increasing FPS


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weathersoldier

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I am wondering what would u have to say would be the quickest and cheapest way to increase FPS. Im running a P4 2.8ghz, ATI 9250 PCI vid card, 512 ram. The fastest ive ever seen it on CODUO is around 105fps but that was only one time. Please help!
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Hello weathersoldier

If you've gotten up to 105fps why would you want to?

The easiest way would be to lower the resolution and lower the detail settings.
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your eye can only process 25 fps.
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Actually your eye can process more than that you really should read this article. it even talks about the gaming aspect of it. Just to get ur facts straight.

http://www.daniele.c...0/30vs60_3.html
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with a 9250 thats very respectable frames. I have an 9600xt and only get 40-60 frames. sometimes higher. depends on how well the map was created. if you recieved 105 then you already have the fps limit off. turn off the v sync under advanced video options.
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Alright thanks starjax thats kinda what i figured anyways that i had maxed my fps out with the vid card i have. thanks for the advice
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