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ralis

Yet another FPS thread

31 posts in this topic

Ok so I have read a ton of FPS threads for 1.30 and 1.31 and have yet to resolve my issue. If anything it has made me realize there is something seriously wrong with my system as people with gaming rigs not as good as good as mine get anywhere from 2x up to 10x as much FPS than I do.

So here's my rig:

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit (6.1, Build 7600)

AMD Athlon 64 bit dual core 6000+ (3GHz)

Nvidia M2N32SLI Deluxe motherboard (yeah a little old I know)

8 Gig DD2 RAM 669 MHz

Nvidia GeForce GTX 275 896 MB GDDR3 (yes installed latest drivers)

Soundblaster X-Fi PCI-E Soundcard

Also using DirectX 11

Running WWII Online in 1600x1024x32

Running it in native 1680x1050x32 I get slightly worse FPS

I have not overclocked my system in the least everything is factory spec as I dont have the best heat dissipation system in place, however my video card loaded down runs roughly 56C

In 1.30 Would get roughly 10-20 FPS in ground ground battles with stuttering

In 1.31 I get about 5-15 FPS in minor battles i.e. Maybe 1-2 tanks and 5-10 people within 200 meters of me

The above frame rates are with EVERYTHING down to miniumum in game settings or turned off i.e. clicking performance button.

Vsync on or off makes no difference

and yes I defragged my entire system

So if any hard core tweakers out there can figure out wth is wrong with my system it would be appreciated. Other games run fine at max settings...

P.S. Oh and maybe its just my frame rates but does it seem to anyone else Mouse Smoothing is turned permanently on for 1.31? I HATE mouse smoothing.....

Edited by ralis

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the 6000+ would be the bottle neck in that system

Can you post your dxdiag?

your probably missing critical chipset/mainboard drivers.

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While out of game, open task manager and note how many processes are running. Note cpu usage.

Running a ton of processes? 60+?

Cpu showing heavy usage?.....with nothing but your browser and task manager running should be 0 to say 4%.

If you are seeing a load of processes running start shuting some down. Don't need apple software running in the background for your iphone/ipad/itunes do ya? Shut it down.

Cpu usage, seeing 25%, 50%? just browseing? Likely a service updater either updateing or a hung updater. Likely culpret (from my experience) would be windows defender update.

This game is very heavily cpu dependant. CPU cycles = fps in this game so if something else is hogging cpu you gonna get crap game fps.

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the 6000+ would be the bottle neck in that system

Can you post your dxdiag?

your probably missing critical chipset/mainboard drivers.

Quick note to OldZeke, yeah I shutdown everything, all the Iphone and Apple Itunes ****

Admitedly Im a Unix guy but I have some semi decent knowledge of windows unfortunately ;) Not an expert by any means but from what I can tell I have shut down all unnecessary processes my idle is usually around 80% which means 20% is being taken up still...mostly by audiodg.exe - Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation next one after that is CTAudSvc.exe - Creative Audio Service. I dont know if I need the Windows Audio Graph but presumed so....

And to Indo420 not sure if you wanted both 32 bit and 64 bit diags but will take roughly 12 posts to post all the diags for both. Any way I could email them to you?

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I have not overclocked my system in the least everything is factory spec as I dont have the best heat dissipation system in place, however my video card loaded down runs roughly 56C

That doesn't seem right, shouldn't it be a lot hotter than that under load? Unless you have some insane cooling system for it or it could always be a faulty sensor ;)

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That doesn't seem right' date=' shouldn't it be a lot hotter than that under load? Unless you have some insane cooling system for it or it could always be a faulty sensor ;)[/quote']

The sensor should be fine card is only a cpl months old. I also have manually overridden settings on the card and set fan speed to 100% Plus I have an external fan blowing on the system...er...has an open case as I cant fit all my Hard drives I am running in it hehe...

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Yea my 260 runs 70ish at the stock 40% fan speed ingame and low 60s with fan overridden to 75% so his sounds about right.

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My audiodg.ex uses 0 cpu atm. Try googling audiodg.exe windows 7 cpu.

Read through a few to get a feel for what may be going on.

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And to Indo420 not sure if you wanted both 32 bit and 64 bit diags but will take roughly 12 posts to post all the diags for both. Any way I could email them to you?

which ever OS your using to play ww2ol with, thats the DXDIAG i want.

doesn't need to be the whole shibang just the primary parts so i can see which drivers are missing, or which ones are old.

do you ever remember installing your chipset/SMGART/SMBUS drivers?

yall want to hear some sadness?

i know about that audio thing taking up resources, i forgot the fix for it, for mine it was trying to use the 7.1 audio on the Radeon card in tandem with my azuentec audio card.

My 5770 runs at 134F under load (55C)

Edited by indo420

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Well one dirty fix is to disable it in startup services then manualy start it each bootup. Or so I read.

Another was to set the SC from 5.1 to stereo.

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which ever OS your using to play ww2ol with, thats the DXDIAG i want.

doesn't need to be the whole shibang just the primary parts so i can see which drivers are missing, or which ones are old.

do you ever remember installing your chipset/SMGART/SMBUS drivers?

yall want to hear some sadness?

i know about that audio thing taking up resources, i forgot the fix for it, for mine it was trying to use the 7.1 audio on the Radeon card in tandem with my azuentec audio card.

My 5770 runs at 134F under load (55C)

Ok will start getting to work on cutting and pasting my dxdiags. As for the diags from the OS I am using it gives me diags in 32bit and 64 bit as presumably not everything I run is in 64 bit. So will post both parts. This is the point where it comes in that I am not so expert in windows or more to the truth have been to lazy to really learn too much about DirectX beyond running the install heh.

To OldZeke thanks I will do some reading on Audiodg.exe, my sound setup is a little skewed as I upgraded my sound setup from onboard to Soundblaster Fatality Champion X-Fi and threw out my old 5.1 surround system that I managed to blow a few speakers and replaced it with a Bose 5.1 Surround system that unfortunately I found out after I got home is USB based not minijack/RCA based. Haven't found a way to integrate the usb speakers thru Soundblaster yet so I mostly just use headphones thru Soundblaster for WII Online.

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System Information

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Time of this report: 6/7/2010, 17:18:37

Machine name: DEATH

Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600) (7600.win7_gdr.100226-1909)

Language: English (Regional Setting: English)

System Manufacturer: System manufacturer

System Model: System Product Name

BIOS: Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+ (2 CPUs), ~3.0GHz

Memory: 8192MB RAM

Available OS Memory: 8190MB RAM

Page File: 2254MB used, 14124MB available

Windows Dir: C:\Windows

DirectX Version: DirectX 11

DX Setup Parameters: Not found

User DPI Setting: Using System DPI

System DPI Setting: 96 DPI (100 percent)

DWM DPI Scaling: Disabled

DxDiag Version: 6.01.7600.16385 64bit Unicode

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DDI Version: 10

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DXVA-HD: Supported

DDraw Status: Enabled

D3D Status: Enabled

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Description: Speakers (Creative SB X-Fi)

Default Sound Playback: Yes

Default Voice Playback: Yes

Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_000B&SUBSYS_00431102&REV_04

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Cap Flags: 0xF1F

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HW Memory: 0

Voice Management: No

EAX 2.0 Listen/Src: No, No

I3DL2 Listen/Src: No, No

Sensaura ZoomFX: No

Description: Speakers (2- Bose USB Audio)

Default Sound Playback: No

Default Voice Playback: No

Hardware ID: USB\VID_05A7&PID_1020&REV_0100&MI_00

Manufacturer ID: 65535

Product ID: 65535

Type: WDM

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Driver Attributes: Final Retail

WHQL Logo'd: n/a

Date and Size: 7/13/2009 17:06:32, 109568 bytes

Other Files:

Driver Provider: Microsoft

HW Accel Level: Basic

Cap Flags: 0xF1F

Min/Max Sample Rate: 100, 200000

Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 1, 0

Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 0, 0

HW Memory: 0

Voice Management: No

EAX 2.0 Listen/Src: No, No

I3DL2 Listen/Src: No, No

Sensaura ZoomFX: No

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Driver: C:\Windows\system32\WMALFXGFXDSP.dll, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:41:56, 1393152 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\SysFxUI.dll, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:41:54, 378880 bytes

Name: NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0373&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&80

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvmf6264.sys, 7.03.0001.7320 (English), 11/11/2009 15:47:18, 348264 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\fdco2.dll, 2.02.0000.7320 (English), 11/11/2009 15:17:28, 924672 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvconrm.dll, 1.07.0006.0071 (English), 11/11/2009 11:37:52, 199272 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvunrm.exe, 1.10.0051.0029 (English), 11/11/2009 11:37:50, 645224 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvnrm.nvu, 10/5/2009 23:51:08, 6614 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DPInst.exe, 2.00.0001.0000 (English), 11/11/2009 09:22:30, 845736 bytes

Name: NVIDIA nForce PCI System Management

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0368&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&49

Driver: n/a

Name: PCI standard RAM Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_02F4&SUBSYS_02F410DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&00

Driver: n/a

Name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_05E6&SUBSYS_069E196E&REV_A1\4&2AD12F4B&0&0020

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Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 13807976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\OpenCL.dll, 1.00.0000.0000 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 64616 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\dpinst.exe, 2.00.0001.0000 (English), 11/11/2009 09:22:30, 845736 bytes

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Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvcompiler.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 16061032 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvcuda.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 5444200 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvcuvenc.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 2893416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvcuvid.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 2106472 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvd3dumx.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 11906664 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvdecodemft.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 384616 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvencodemft.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 3215464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvinfo.pb, 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 9832 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvoglv64.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 21005928 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvwgf2umx.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 6279784 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\OpenCL.dll, 1.00.0000.0000 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 56424 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvapi.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 1296488 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvcompiler.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 11647592 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvcuda.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 4029544 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvcuvenc.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 2646632 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvcuvid.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 2009704 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvd3dum.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 9386600 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvdecodemft.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 316008 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvencodemft.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 2907752 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvoglv32.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 15227496 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\SysWow64\nvwgf2um.dll, 8.17.0011.9745 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 4503144 bytes

Driver: C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Uninstall\nvdisp.nvu, 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 22936 bytes

Driver: C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Uninstall\nvudisp.exe, 1.10.0059.0037 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 658536 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvcod.dll, 1.09.0014.0099 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 254056 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvcod1914.dll, 1.09.0014.0099 (English), 4/3/2010 22:55:32, 254056 bytes

Name: PCI standard ISA bridge

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0360&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&48

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\msisadrv.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:48:27, 15424 bytes

Name: PCI standard RAM Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_027F&SUBSYS_027F10DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&06

Driver: n/a

Name: NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_037F&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&6A

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvstor64.sys, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 241696 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvraidco.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 402976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvraiins.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 402976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoDa.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Danish), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoDe.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (German), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEng.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 17952 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoENU.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:36, 17952 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEs.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Spanish), 8/4/2009 16:45:36, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEsm.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Spanish), 8/4/2009 16:45:38, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoFi.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Finnish), 8/4/2009 16:45:38, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoFr.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (French), 8/4/2009 16:45:40, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoIt.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Italian), 8/4/2009 16:45:40, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoJa.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Japanese), 8/4/2009 16:45:42, 16416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoKo.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Korean), 8/4/2009 16:45:42, 16416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoNl.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Dutch), 8/4/2009 16:45:44, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoNo.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Norwegian (Bokmål)), 8/4/2009 16:45:48, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoPtb.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Portuguese), 8/4/2009 16:45:50, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoRu.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Russian), 8/4/2009 16:45:50, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoSv.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Swedish), 8/4/2009 16:45:52, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoZhc.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Chinese (Simplified)), 8/4/2009 16:45:52, 15904 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoZht.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Chinese (Traditional)), 8/4/2009 16:45:54, 15904 bytes

Name: PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0370&SUBSYS_CB8410DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&70

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\pci.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:45:45, 183872 bytes

Name: PCI standard RAM Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_02FF&SUBSYS_02FF10DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&05

Driver: n/a

Name: PCI standard RAM Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_027E&SUBSYS_027E10DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&07

Driver: n/a

Name: NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_037F&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&69

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvstor64.sys, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 241696 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvraidco.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 402976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvraiins.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 402976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoDa.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Danish), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoDe.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (German), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEng.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 17952 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoENU.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:36, 17952 bytes

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Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEs.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Spanish), 8/4/2009 16:45:36, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEsm.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Spanish), 8/4/2009 16:45:38, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoFi.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Finnish), 8/4/2009 16:45:38, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoFr.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (French), 8/4/2009 16:45:40, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoIt.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Italian), 8/4/2009 16:45:40, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoJa.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Japanese), 8/4/2009 16:45:42, 16416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoKo.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Korean), 8/4/2009 16:45:42, 16416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoNl.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Dutch), 8/4/2009 16:45:44, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoNo.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Norwegian (Bokmål)), 8/4/2009 16:45:48, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoPtb.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Portuguese), 8/4/2009 16:45:50, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoRu.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Russian), 8/4/2009 16:45:50, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoSv.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Swedish), 8/4/2009 16:45:52, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoZhc.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Chinese (Simplified)), 8/4/2009 16:45:52, 15904 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoZht.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Chinese (Traditional)), 8/4/2009 16:45:54, 15904 bytes

Name: Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_036E&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A1\3&2411E6FE&1&60

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\pciide.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:45:45, 12352 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\pciidex.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:45:46, 48720 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\atapi.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:52:21, 24128 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\ataport.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/13/2009 18:52:21, 155728 bytes

Name: PCI standard RAM Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_02FE&SUBSYS_02FE10DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&02

Driver: n/a

Name: Silicon Image SiI 3132 SATALink Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_1095&DEV_3132&SUBSYS_819F1043&REV_01\4&2742D9A4&0&00B0

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\SI3132.sys, 1.00.0015.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 23:50:26, 90664 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\SiWinAcc.sys, 1.01.0012.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 23:51:00, 22056 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\SiRemFil.sys, 1.01.0008.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 23:50:52, 17448 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\SilSupp.dll, 1.00.0017.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 23:50:40, 124456 bytes

Name: NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller

Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_037F&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&68

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvstor64.sys, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 241696 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvraidco.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 402976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\nvraiins.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:32, 402976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoDa.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Danish), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoDe.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (German), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEng.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:34, 17952 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoENU.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (English), 8/4/2009 16:45:36, 17952 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEs.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Spanish), 8/4/2009 16:45:36, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoEsm.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Spanish), 8/4/2009 16:45:38, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoFi.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Finnish), 8/4/2009 16:45:38, 18464 bytes

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Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoIt.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Italian), 8/4/2009 16:45:40, 18976 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoJa.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Japanese), 8/4/2009 16:45:42, 16416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoKo.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Korean), 8/4/2009 16:45:42, 16416 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoNl.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Dutch), 8/4/2009 16:45:44, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoNo.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Norwegian (Bokmål)), 8/4/2009 16:45:48, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoPtb.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Portuguese), 8/4/2009 16:45:50, 18976 bytes

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Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoSv.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Swedish), 8/4/2009 16:45:52, 18464 bytes

Driver: C:\Windows\system32\NvRCoZhc.dll, 11.01.0000.0033 (Chinese (Simplified)), 8/4/2009 16:45:52, 15904 bytes

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Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_036D&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&51

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Driver: n/a

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Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0375&SUBSYS_000010DE&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&1&B0

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Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_036C&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A1\3&2411E6FE&1&50

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the 6000+ would be the bottle neck in that system

Can you post your dxdiag?

your probably missing critical chipset/mainboard drivers.

CPU dependency may have been true in the past, but today that's not the issue. 1.31 is more focused on GPU usage / Memory. The 6000+ dual core is a bit old though, but was never really a great processor anyway. Especially running the game in high resolutions 1600+ , it takes a beating due to the enormous amount of density in flora clutter.

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CPU dependency may have been true in the past' date=' but today that's not the issue. 1.31 is more focused on GPU usage / Memory. The 6000+ dual core is a bit old though, but was never really a great processor anyway. Especially running the game in high resolutions 1600+ , it takes a beating due to the enormous amount of density in flora clutter.[/quote']

Well according to their own FAQ I am at the recommended system settings:

Recommended System Requirements

Windows OS: Windows XP/Vista /Windows 7

or

Macintosh OS: OSX 10.6/OSX 10.5

Processor: 3 GHz Dual Core or 2.66 GHz Quad Core

Memory: 4 GB

Hard Drive: 4 GB Free

Sound: on-board or better

Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 250 or Radeon HD 4850 or better*

Please install the latest drivers from your graphics card manufacturer!

Broadband Internet Connection

Integrated graphics hardware is not supported

I dont think even with a 3GHz dual core AMD processor slowing things down, that I should be down to 5-15 FPS during battles. From what I have read ppl with lesser rigs are posting better FPS than I get. Plus as you say GPU is more important and I have a GTX 275 which is a pretty decent card. So I dont think my issue is strictly limited to only my CPU.

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How about disabling UAC? However, there are a lot of people here that do not understand that higher resolutions cause a decrease in FPS, or they're just fibbing about their performance on low end systems.

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

4.0GB Dual-Channel DDR2

512MB GeForce 9800 GT (Latest Drivers, and later... tried multiple)

64GB CRUCIAL_ CT64M225 SCSI Disk Device (SSD)

Auzentech X-Fi Prelude 7.1 (Latest Drivers ... July 2009 and still beta)

Running between 2-160 fps at 1680x1200 native. Heavy battle between 15-28. Large bushes in the middle of no where and crawling or sitting in them 1-2 fps. You're not the only one :cool:

Edited by phallus

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ya your missing your chipset drivers d00d.

see all those "standard" such and such controllers and where the driver is listed it says "n/a" that means no driver installed at all for most of your controllers.

that should read AMD or Nforce such and such controller, and provided by AMD or whom ever makes your chipset.

goto asus website and search out ALL your available drivers for your mainboard and install ALL of them.

CPU dependency may have been true in the past, but today that's not the issue.

ummm well how come i'm stomping most every one else in the FPS department but only have a ATi 5770.

paired with a 3.7Ghz Quad core though......

Edited by indo420

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nice catch... standard "microsoft" drivers are flaky.

ummm well how come i'm stomping most every one else in the FPS department but only have a ATi 5770.
Hmmm, 5770 is nearly the latest GPU out there.

CPU = Central Processing Unit

GPU = Graphics Processing Unit

;)

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How about disabling UAC? However, there are a lot of people here that do not understand that higher resolutions cause a decrease in FPS, or they're just fibbing about their performance on low end systems.

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

4.0GB Dual-Channel DDR2

512MB GeForce 9800 GT (Latest Drivers, and later... tried multiple)

64GB CRUCIAL_ CT64M225 SCSI Disk Device (SSD)

Auzentech X-Fi Prelude 7.1 (Latest Drivers ... July 2009 and still beta)

Running between 2-160 fps at 1680x1200 native. Heavy battle between 15-28. Large bushes in the middle of no where and crawling or sitting in them 1-2 fps. You're not the only one :cool:

Oh yeah since Vista 1st thing I always do is disable UAC...that is loooong gone :)

Highest FPS I have managed to get so far on 1.31 is flying above the cloud layer at around 60-70 FPS.

But yeah for resolution if I could I would put it in a 4:3 ratio and just try 800x600 to see how my FPS but alas its not offered in dropdown...only my 16:10 ratio is offered for 1680x1050 (native) and 1600x1024.

Dont suppose there is a file somewhere where I can edit my resolution and manually set it to 800x600 or 1024x768?

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Oh yeah since Vista 1st thing I always do is disable UAC...that is loooong gone :)

Highest FPS I have managed to get so far on 1.31 is flying above the cloud layer at around 60-70 FPS.

But yeah for resolution if I could I would put it in a 4:3 ratio and just try 800x600 to see how my FPS but alas its not offered in dropdown...only my 16:10 ratio is offered for 1680x1050 (native) and 1600x1024.

Dont suppose there is a file somewhere where I can edit my resolution and manually set it to 800x600 or 1024x768?

resolution doesn't so much matter on a shader processing unit platform... it just "does" it... 800x600 or 1920x1200 it'll pump the same FPS... as long as you have the texture memory (video card ram) available to store everything.

Got to remember these days with SPU's the frame is broken down and a part is sent to each core.

Now people with Pre 8000 Series Nvidia cards (like a 7900GT) would defiantly see a improvement since those cards are based on the old Pixel pipeline method.

But i highly doubt you'd see a noticeable increase in FPS on a SPU based card... but i could be wrong.

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resolution doesn't so much matter on a shader processing unit platform... it just "does" it... 800x600 or 1920x1200 it'll pump the same FPS... as long as you have the texture memory (video card ram) available to store everything.

Got to remember these days with SPU's the frame is broken down and a part is sent to each core.

Now people with Pre 8000 Series Nvidia cards (like a 7900GT) would defiantly see a improvement since those cards are based on the old Pixel pipeline method.

But i highly doubt you'd see a noticeable increase in FPS on a SPU based card... but i could be wrong.

lol, first time I ever heard the term SPU... sorry but there is no such thing. It's GPU, shaders are part of the Direct3D and OpenGL graphic library with 3 or 4 shader types. FPS is all determined by GPU , CPU and screen resolution. I could triple my fps if I drop from 1600 to 1280.

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lol' date=' first time I ever heard the term SPU... sorry but there is no such thing. It's GPU, shaders are part of the Direct3D and OpenGL graphic library with 3 or 4 shader types. FPS is all determined by GPU , CPU and screen resolution. I could triple my fps if I drop from 1600 to 1280.[/quote']

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hahahahaha

Should goto school before you step up and make your self out to be a technological dumb ***

First of listen BUD... there is no such thing as "Shader Processing Unit" it is called a GPU a Graphic Processing Unit. I think you better go off and EDUCATE YOURSELF... you take information off newegg? and consider that a fact of a term (acronym) that doesn't even exist? whatever, you know there too many dip****s like yourself in technology who THINK they know what the **** your talking abiout and YOU DO NOT. Shader processing is a technology used to process OpenGL and Directx and it has been around for years, well before the 8800 series cards as you so claim. I can take a 5+ year old card and it has shader processing. So, please zip your vagina! I've seen your rambling posts around here spewing trash and totally irrelevant. Let alone... you wonder why you have better FPS with a 5770 and others have a lower end card... Hmmm. Go figure.

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