set render frames ahead to 0 in nvidia control panel, this helps the lag when scoped.
Id like to try this, but new versions of nvidia panel dont allow changing to classic view and i cant find the option in the new panel.
Originally Posted by (-Puma- @ June 30 2007,10:50)
Is there a config file somewhere, maybe i could enter it manually there?
There is a program called Rivatuner which will allow you to set it. You can get it here.
Originally Posted by (Grodin @ June 30 2007,12:48)
You may find other useful features with this program too.
I have got the same thing on my ATI card (sapphire x1900xt) and only solution which i know is turn off shadows.
My shadows are already off, not much help here either!
Originally Posted by (Rainbow @ June 30 2007,14:00)
Any way to replace the tree and bush models with something thats 10 times less resource hungry?
Try these things:
1:Install the 160.03 nVidia drivers
2:Turn Anistropic Filtering to "Very High"
3:Turn Antialiasing to "Disabled"
4:Turn object detail to "Normal" or "Low"
Hope it helps,good luck
As mentioned somewhere else, having a separate slider for the tree shaders and other shaders would fix this.
Try to setting lower Shaders (it also should help) and terrain details.