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Windows 7: Counter Strike 1.6 Gameplay fps Problem

02 Sep 2011   #1
Jalouly

Windows 7 Home Edition x86
 
 
Counter Strike 1.6 Gameplay fps Problem

hi,i had counter strike 1.6 on windows xp it was running perfect!,but now i installed windows 7 and downloaded counter strike 1.6 i measured it's fps in the start menu it's fps is more than 160 BUT,when i test it on gameplay it's only 12!!!,what to do please i need your help,the game is good but the gameplay's fps is slow,i downloaded advanced system care and ccleaner and gamebooster but no result,plz most of my games are running fine but their gameplay fps is slow!!
i'm running windows 7 ultimate 32bit operating system,My Processor is 2:00GHz and RAM 1:00 GB i think it's enough to run counter strike 1.6,it was running perfect in windows xp
My Graphics Card is Intel Chipset family with the Latest drivers
HELP PLEASE I NEED YOU!


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02 Sep 2011   #2
Jalouly

Windows 7 Home Edition x86
 
 

Anyone?????
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09 Sep 2011   #3
evilalan

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

You're computer is a bit outdated, I recommend having a partition with XP for gaming, Seven is not optimal for the computer in question, it takes (reserves) 1GB of processing and at least 800MB of ram for the system (+ video for the Intel OB Card), when you're playing on your own, you don't need much CPU but when you add more player and bots things get a little over the top, just check when you're playing if CS (hl.exe) is taking the general CPU usage to 100%, if that is the case just use XP if you have a licence if you don't you might get it cheap on ebay or similar sites, also I have a computer with the Intel "Extreme" Series it is buggy as hell, if you're a laptop not much you can do but if it's a desktop I recommend at least getting a dedicated video card and a tad more memory

Just to give you an idea of how demanding this OS can be I have 6GB of ram and when I'm not playing a game windows get as high as 2GB of memory usage (it's 64 bits tho),

you can always try and look for things to disable there are hundreds of tutorials on improving performance on Seven on the web, but my take is to just use XP and get money together to buy a new system or upgrade yours


and you can also fill the "My sistem specs" dropdown so you don't have to tell it every time you make a post

On a side note: how the heck do you make it go over a 100 FPS? never managed to, tried every command line I could find on the webs but won't go over a 100 FPS, am I missing something?
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09 Sep 2011   #4
Jalouly

Windows 7 Home Edition x86
 
 

i tried increasing it's fps,it worked on the game but not the gameplay,u r right,as i increase the number of the bots as the fps of the game decreases,but i downloaded another counter strike 1.6 from a different site,now it worked with some more fps,it's good now but not perfect,thank u anyway
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10 Sep 2011   #5
evilalan

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 
XP is better for ya

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jalouly View Post
i tried increasing it's fps,it worked on the game but not the gameplay,u r right,as i increase the number of the bots as the fps of the game decreases,but i downloaded another counter strike 1.6 from a different site,now it worked with some more fps,it's good now but not perfect,thank u anyway
Still think you should use XP for this machine

if you need help upgrading your computer I'm pretty sure you can ask for help in this forum, I'm quite liking it, haven't seen any stupid fights over useless stuff here yet, and that is a big plus for the forum IMHO
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