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  • OpenGL & Direct3D Tweaks...

    Can any one out there post some tweaks for Thievery (For file THauX.ini) on OpenGL and Direct3D. For Low end Pc's and High Edge PC's like:

    Part Low End High Edge
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    Cpu : Pentium 3 450 (and up) Pentium 4 1.4 (Up)
    or or
    Duron 550 (and up) ATHLON XP/MP 1.4 (Up)

    Video Card : GeForce 2 [MX/GTS(Pro)/Ti] GeForce 3 (Up)
    or or
    Radeon 7xxx/8xxx Radeon 9000 (Up)

    Memory : 64-128 MB SDRAM 256-512 DDR-SDRAM

    So please if you got somthung to make thing better/faster post it.
    Snek....take lot...and get out a live!

  • #2
    Just get a way better CPU and you're set.

    Maybe some ram too.
    The only constant is change.
    (And I wouldn't have it any other way.)

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    • #3
      For a low end PC:

      Run it in 320 X 240, that should go pretty smoothly

      (Seriously though, you'd be better off searching on Google for "Unreal engine" & "performance", since everyone around here is just gonna tell you to set it up like their individual UT installation is set up)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by CrouchingDork
        Just get a way better CPU and you're set.

        Maybe some ram too.

        Nice computers don't always work right if you don't have them configured correctly.


        Originally posted by The_Dan
        For a low end PC:

        Run it in 320 X 240, that should go pretty smoothly

        (Seriously though, you'd be better off searching on Google for "Unreal engine" & "performance", since everyone around here is just gonna tell you to set it up like their individual UT installation is set up)
        Speaking of Google. M$ is going to start thier own google.

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        • #5
          well thanx I'll try this out but when I use the 320x240 it's runs slow but real SLOW! :?
          Snek....take lot...and get out a live!

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          • #6
            Try this OpenGL renderer here. In fact I suggest you all try it. It's faster and more stable than the one that UT has by default and doesn't need any moding to anything to work

            For me personally it's faster than Direct3D
            ZT

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ZTx3
              Try this OpenGL renderer here. In fact I suggest you all try it. It's faster and more stable than the one that UT has by default and doesn't need any moding to anything to work

              For me personally it's faster than Direct3D
              I've heard a couple people swear by that renderer, so I tried it. I was lucky to pull 15 fps using it, on a system that usually averages 60. Still, it's worth trying, as long as you back up the driver file you currently have, in case you have the problems with it that I did.

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              • #8
                I used the one I mentioned on my forums.</pimpage>

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