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  • 30FPS in UT2k3 ?!? omg

    :(

    I have just got a new PC

    it has :

    VIA Chipset MOBO (4.43 Drivers)
    AMD Athlon XP2600+
    512Mb DDR
    PNY GeForce4 Ti4200 64Mb DDR (nVidia 41.09 drivers)
    Hercules Gamesurround Fortissimo III 7.1
    HP Pavilion MX70 17" screen
    Windows XP Home

    In Unreal Tournament 2003 (UT2003),1024*768/highest details/no FSAA and no anisotropic filtering
    I get from 25-40 FPS...
    On 3D Mark I get 10146 points...low for a XP2600+

    I used the tweaktown guide for UT2003,installed the latest drivers but no...still stuck on 30FPS

    Whats wrong with my PC???

    HELP ME PLEASE

  • #2
    Its not your computer its just unreal tournament is a very demanding game. Try turning the detail levels down or changing to 16 bit colour that should improve fps

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    • #3
      I must admit that I don't see the overhwelming obsesstion with FPS. I prefer image quality. i would rather have a great image and decent fps (30-50) than high fps and a lousy image.

      Although I have ut2003 maxed out and acheive at least 40 fps at any given time

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      • #4
        what via chipset is your MB?
        What type of DDR are you using & at what speed?
        what are you memory timings set at in your bios?

        UT2003 likes memory bandwidth - even more than most FPS
        make sure you're are getting the most out of your memory subsystem

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        • #5
          1.i think its a KT333
          2.Infineon 512 DDR (not sure of speed - how can i find out?)
          3.dont know


          !?!

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          • #6
            go into your bios & find your memory setting - make sure your RAM is running at 166MHz(333 effective) & experiment with your timings to see how aggressive you can get

            Try the forums at www.AMDMB.com - you may be able to find someone with the same MB as you - they can probably give you an idea of what you can get away with.

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            • #7
              in JKII ,1280*1024 all details highest with anisotropic filtering i get 90-100 FPS

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              • #8
                JKII isn't as demanding as UT2003, that's why you get a higher FPS, but I must admit that your system gives crappy results for UT2003, I have a GeForce MX440, and it goes faster than that, lol.

                Try downloading the latest NVidia detonator driver at:

                http://www.guru3d.com

                Including the latest VIA 4 in 1 driver.

                If you haven't got Direct X 9 yet, visit:

                http://www.microsoft.com/windows/dir...oads/drx90.asp

                And download that aswell.

                If any of this doesn't help, I suggest you look around your system hardware, just to see if they haven't ripped you off on anything, because I can't really see what the problem could be.

                Good-luck! :thumb:

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                • #9
                  UT2003 Benchmark results

                  800*600 : Flyby : 109
                  Botmatch:48
                  1024*768:Flyby:108
                  Botmatch:46

                  as you see,same results
                  botmatch depends on CPU Power,as you see,crap results with XP2600+

                  i used Aida32,Wcpuid and sisoft sandra 2003 even 3d mark shows XP2600+ 2133hz

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                  • #10
                    mabey its just your internet.....could be as simple as that. Sometimes the servers though just lag no matter what. I'd just keep trying and make sure your getting deticated servers : /

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                    • #11
                      Everything maxed out with no AA/Filtering
                      1024x768

                      Is this normal or is there any tweaks that could get me some higher fps?

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                      • #12
                        That's a pretty good score, on anything where the botmatch average FPS is above 45; you don't really need to worry too much about tweaking.

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