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HamburgrHelpr08

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OK so ui just put together a new machine and it has this grx card in it.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814161146

It run HL2 like a dream and CSS beautifully but when i ty to play origianal dod it is jitery. and seems like its lagy its not the sever because it tries MANY!!!!! and im not lagging on css on running at 100mp/s.

thanks MArkus J.
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maybe its not the graphics card that is ur problem. you say ur running at 100mb/s but thats ethernet i presume. all depends on ur ISP's connection speed. mine is 2.2mb from bt and i still get lag on some servers on cod.

also, if u have extra things open while playing cod, such as msn or xfire or something that may use up your internet connection, they may be using up a lot of ur valuable cod bandwidth.

try connecting with nothing else running. see wot its like.

gd luck
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on the newer cards, for certain games if you leave the resolution to 800X600 or below for older games it will be jittery.


Try putting the game resolution to 1024x768 if you dont already.

Check your other video card settings for dod.
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thanks ill try it
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Have you tryed updating the Drivers for the Video Card yet maybe that will help if not i wud try JRM20's idea

Edited by NvidiaDude, 05 December 2005 - 03:59 AM.

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ok i got it to work i just had to set the resolutoin highest and then ajust the screen thatnks all.
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Your welcome, I new it would work.
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HamburgrHelpr08

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Hey yah did u have the same prob
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A few years back I ran into the same situation. Its just easy for me to troubleshoot problems like that now.
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yah i bet it would be.
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it did it again and it was on the hightest resolution
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