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All right, keep in mind... This is just a guess but... to me if that was my PC the first thing that springs to mind is that with an 'ok' graphics card running some games slow, others alright. Um, my CPU is bottlenecking it! Understand some games are more CPU dependent than others and this will shine through. You're not getting anywhere near the power of that card. I get the same thing with my CPU at stock, games like M2TW and DiRT run slow, most others great. As soon as I overclock the frames in the two aforementioned games go up a pretty huge amount! Wow! Wonder how that happened? Please listen to people on this site, you'd get more out of your PC that way, we're not a bunch of morons. It's an overclocking website for heaven's sake!

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Edited by ChiliCheeseFritos - 7/17/08 at 1:18am
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This game is sooooo much better than Crysis!

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oops i forgot that old computers dont need allot of power oops
My first PC back in 1999 had more than 260W so...

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This game is sooooo much better than Crysis!

Look the shaders and the stunningly good lightings on the effects from the gun. I use XP so I can't get the particles to be enabled on it. but it runs great at 12FPS...
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Whoa, now with 2 bit color
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Whoa, now with 2 bit color
lol what the?

when did you gain those supervisor/editor ranks.

congrats, means trouble for noobs though. you're not the most forgiving person i have come to conclude
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lol, the two rank thingie looks really messed up when one's to the left XD
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Originally Posted by Unstableiser View Post

All right, keep in mind... This is just a guess but... to me if that was my PC the first thing that springs to mind is that with an 'ok' graphics card running some games slow, others alright. Um, my CPU is bottlenecking it! Understand some games are more CPU dependent than others and this will shine through. You're not getting anywhere near the power of that card. I get the same thing with my CPU at stock, games like M2TW and DiRT run slow, most others great. As soon as I overclock the frames in the two aforementioned games go up a pretty huge amount! Wow! Wonder how that happened? Please listen to people on this site, you'd get more out of your PC that way, we're not a bunch of morons. It's an overclocking website for heaven's sake!

I hear what you say, and you may be right or maybe you are wrong. I read reviews, lots of them over at newegg, bestbuy, other review sites, even review sites for the 2400XT and 2400 HD in PCI-E form and bad reviews for the PCI version. And they did tests on certain games. One test caught my eye, and that was fear.

The Review is right here, Its the 2400 PRO Card PCI-E.....Also look at their TEST CONFIGURATION

http://www.bjorn3d.com/read_pf.php?cID=1145

In Fear, i get the same fps , sometimes more depending on what is going on.
You say my CPU is bottlenecking the card, but it seems like people with much more powerful then mine, can't even run games better. Someone on newegg using the Powercolor version, get 12fps in bioshock. Shocking, i get the same, i once got 15fps in the game. Unplayable.

One guy over at newegg said he got 15-20fps in Crysis at 800x600. Thats funny, because with my 6200 card i got 25 fps at 1024x768. I stand to my word, something is wrong with the Visiontek & Powercolor video card, i think the diamond version is better, which is why i am going to buy it soon.

Maybe if you bought the PCI version, you will see what i am talking about. I mean, go ahead and buy it. Its over 100 dollars, but once you see how it works, you will get your money back because you will end up taking it back the same day

EDIT: The only reason i am back using this card, well despite its flaws it is better and more powerful then the 6200. But if i want to get games working, i can't depend on the drivers right now, i have to depend on fixes, patches to play certain games. I have study this card over and over again, and until Visiontek or someone release a driver to enable certain hardware features on this card, it will continue to perform strangely.
Edited by $till LegendaryU2K - 7/17/08 at 8:37am
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Originally Posted by $till LegendaryU2K View Post
I hear what you say, and you may be right or maybe you are wrong. I read reviews, lots of them over at newegg, bestbuy, other review sites, even review sites for the 2400XT and 2400 HD in PCI-E form and bad reviews for the PCI version. And they did tests on certain games. One test caught my eye, and that was fear.

The Review is right here, Its the 2400 PRO Card PCI-E.....Also look at their TEST CONFIGURATION

http://www.bjorn3d.com/read_pf.php?cID=1145

In Fear, i get the same fps , sometimes more depending on what is going on.
You say my CPU is bottlenecking the card, but it seems like people with much more powerful then mine, can't even run games better. Someone on newegg using the Powercolor version, get 12fps in bioshock. Shocking, i get the same, i once got 15fps in the game. Unplayable.

One guy over at newegg said he got 15-20fps in Crysis at 800x600. Thats funny, because with my 6200 card i got 25 fps at 1024x768. I stand to my word, something is wrong with the Visiontek & Powercolor video card, i think the diamond version is better, which is why i am going to buy it soon.

Maybe if you bought the PCI version, you will see what i am talking about. I mean, go ahead and buy it. Its over 100 dollars, but once you see how it works, you will get your money back because you will end up taking it back the same day

EDIT: The only reason i am back using this card, well despite its flaws it is better and more powerful then the 6200. But if i want to get games working, i can't depend on the drivers right now, i have to depend on fixes, patches to play certain games. I have study this card over and over again, and until Visiontek or someone release a driver to enable certain hardware features on this card, it will continue to perform strangely.
It is just one big failure with you legendary.. 6200 card gets 25 fps in crysis @ 1024x768? that is just SO WROOOOOONG.....
My moms lappy with core2duo 2ghz, 2gb 533mhz ram, 8600GT M, well that get about 20-35fps in crysis.. so sorry I do not believe you..
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Originally Posted by $till LegendaryU2K View Post
I hear what you say, and you may be right or maybe you are wrong. I read reviews, lots of them over at newegg, bestbuy, other review sites, even review sites for the 2400XT and 2400 HD in PCI-E form and bad reviews for the PCI version. And they did tests on certain games. One test caught my eye, and that was fear.

The Review is right here, Its the 2400 PRO Card PCI-E.....Also look at their TEST CONFIGURATION

http://www.bjorn3d.com/read_pf.php?cID=1145

In Fear, i get the same fps , sometimes more depending on what is going on.
You say my CPU is bottlenecking the card, but it seems like people with much more powerful then mine, can't even run games better. Someone on newegg using the Powercolor version, get 12fps in bioshock. Shocking, i get the same, i once got 15fps in the game. Unplayable.

One guy over at newegg said he got 15-20fps in Crysis at 800x600. Thats funny, because with my 6200 card i got 25 fps at 1024x768. I stand to my word, something is wrong with the Visiontek & Powercolor video card, i think the diamond version is better, which is why i am going to buy it soon.

Maybe if you bought the PCI version, you will see what i am talking about. I mean, go ahead and buy it. Its over 100 dollars, but once you see how it works, you will get your money back because you will end up taking it back the same day

EDIT: The only reason i am back using this card, well despite its flaws it is better and more powerful then the 6200. But if i want to get games working, i can't depend on the drivers right now, i have to depend on fixes, patches to play certain games. I have study this card over and over again, and until Visiontek or someone release a driver to enable certain hardware features on this card, it will continue to perform strangely.
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