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09 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Pes 2010

Well, i have Windows 7 x64... configuration:
C2D E6320 1.86 mhz
2gb DDR2 800 mhz
NVidia 8600gts 256 mb
i thing this configuration is enough to run PES 2010 in high details. It was on XP sp2, but with Windows 7 i have some problems. I can instal game and its working, but when match starts i have some lags (slow downs), or something like that. It is pretty anoying. I have latest drivers from Nvidia 191.07. I dont know what to do.
Helo if you can.
Ask if something is not right, i dont know exact word for lags

P.S. I used Fraps99 but fps is always 60. Wierd!


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09 Nov 2009   #2

Windows 7
 
 

i forgot, it happens when i run it in LOW details
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10 Nov 2009   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

FYI, 2GB is only the minimal requirement for real world computing on a 64-bit OS. Get another 2 GB or even 4GB given that RAMs are so cheap these days. Also 8600GTS (not even GT) will surely guarantee you lagging on a 2009 high-def game. You might pull through Sims or Spore, but for games like Crysis, PES, Resident Evil, u're surely doomed. My advice is to get at least 512MB VRAM card (9600GT or above) if you want to enjoy next-gen games that are playable. Your CPU's fine for the moment but I suspect it'd already reached bottleneck for most games. Hope this'll help.
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10 Nov 2009   #4

Windows 7
 
 

You are right for RAM, but for games you aren't. On this Windows 7 with this configuration Dragon Age wokrs on high detail with 30 fps. Also Star Wars Forse Unleashed works very well. There must be another solution, in meantime i'll buy additional 2gb.
Thanks anyway.

P.S. If i understud good, you said that 8600GT is better than 8600GTS, you are wrong dude. In this series GTS is better and its more expensive
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18 Feb 2010   #5

Win 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hiro View Post
Well, i have Windows 7 x64... configuration:
C2D E6320 1.86 mhz
2gb DDR2 800 mhz
NVidia 8600gts 256 mb
i thing this configuration is enough to run PES 2010 in high details. It was on XP sp2, but with Windows 7 i have some problems. I can instal game and its working, but when match starts i have some lags (slow downs), or something like that. It is pretty anoying. I have latest drivers from Nvidia 191.07. I dont know what to do.
Helo if you can.
Ask if something is not right, i dont know exact word for lags

P.S. I used Fraps99 but fps is always 60. Wierd!
Hi Hiro,
Actually, i have the same problems with u while running Pes2010 with Win 7 Ultimate 32 bit on that configuration (E6320 1.86Ghz, 3Gh DDR2, GTS 250 512 Mb).... There are some lags, even for medium or high details....Until now, i have not known exactly what is the reason... Have you solved the problems yet? Please give me some clues...Thanks in advance
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18 Feb 2010   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hiro View Post
I have latest drivers from Nvidia 191.07.
Try some newer drivers, the latest being 196.**, and install the three Official patches for the game too if you haven't already. It runs perfectly for me.
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18 Feb 2010   #7

Windows 7 Home Basic
 
 

I had the same problem and i decided to turn on frame skipping and it helped me. You should try it.
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19 Feb 2010   #8

Win 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

I have checked the performance of my configuration (as mentioned above)...There is s.thing strange...the CPU usage is always above 90% when i play Pes2010...hix...Confused.....Anyone helps me!!!!
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