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Windows 7: FPS increasing

06 Mar 2010   #1
decase

Windows 7
 
 
FPS increasing

Hello everybody, I searched a lot of threads, but didn't find the answer. When I'm alone my fps is 100, bet when are few enemies in front of me, my fps is 50
Could you tell me about some usefull tips to fix this problem :/

My Computer Parametrs:
AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+ 2.7 GHz
RAM 2GB
VCard: 758 mb ATI Raedon x2000


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06 Mar 2010   #2
Lebon14

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Here is a list of few things you can do to increase performance :
- Lower the quality of the graphics
- Disable fancy settings (v-sunc, Anti-Alising (AA), etc)
- Lower resolution
- Don't run anything else than the game and system protection (anti-virus, etc)

EDIT

What is the game you are playing anyway?
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06 Mar 2010   #3
decase

Windows 7
 
 

Counter-Strike 1.6 on steam , and Vsync is disabled... i will also disable AA, and is there a chance to increase the fps with gamebooster ?

Disabled AA, but no changes :/
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06 Mar 2010   #4
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by decase View Post
When I'm alone my fps is 100, bet when are few enemies in front of me, my fps is 50
Alone = less polygons to draw

Enemies = More polygons to draw, more load on the GPU and CPU

Did you play this in XP without a FPS drop?

What resolution are you playing at?
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06 Mar 2010   #5
decase

Windows 7
 
 

I'm playing at 640x480 resolution, and on windows xp wasn't this problem
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06 Mar 2010   #6
smarteyeball

 
 

@ 640x480 you are practically CPU bound (ie the video card is doingvery little of the work - which is why disabling AA etc had no impact.

Was this the res you used in XP?

Do you have many background tasks running?

I personally haven't used gamebooster so I can't personally say whether or not it will help. Some users have reported it helps, others claim it does nothing at all.

Reducing the amount of tasks/services that utilize CPU cycles may help.
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06 Mar 2010   #7
decase

Windows 7
 
 

all videocard, and resolution settings where like on windows xp
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07 Mar 2010   #8
decase

Windows 7
 
 

could someone help me please :/
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08 Mar 2010   #9
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

When you installed 7, was it the same puter as your XP one?
W7 takes more ram than XP, you could limit the amount of ram 7 uses in the msconfig, boot , advanced area.
However if you are already ram limited......................................
You could overclock your cpu and vid card, but if you are ram limited..................................
You could increase the pagefile if you are ram limited.
If you have more than 1 drive installed, you could place the pagefile on the none boot drive or get a ram stick and put the pagefile on it.
Good Luck
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08 Mar 2010   #10
baron75mk2

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lebon14 View Post
Here is a list of few things you can do to increase performance :
- Lower the quality of the graphics
- Disable fancy settings (v-sunc, Anti-Alising (AA), etc)
- Lower resolution
- Don't run anything else than the game and system protection (anti-virus, etc)

EDIT

What is the game you are playing anyway?
Disable fancy settings (v-synch) ? - his framerates will be all over the place, at leased with v-synch enabled he will have a stable framerate of 50 - 60 fps (if the hardware is capable of it & he has set the correct refresh rate for his monitor) - all he will get with no v-synch is a load of splitup & a wildly erratic framerate as the monitor & graphics hardware are not syncronised - the only time your supposed to turn off v-synch is for benchmarking - not for actually playing the games
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